Research at Leeds Beckett
Professor Mark Rhodes
About Professor Mark Rhodes
Professor Mark Rhodes is Head of Subject for the Economics, Analytics and International Business Subject Group.
Mark obtained his doctorate from The University of Manchester (UMIST) in 1995. Following this he was employed as a teaching and research fellow in the Department of Economics, University of Warwick. In 1998 he joined the Economics of Financial Regulation Unit at the UK Financial Services Authority. He returned to academia in 2002, joining the School of Management and Business at Aberystwyth University as a Lecturer in Economics and later the University of East London in 2008. Mark joined Hull University in 2011 as a Senior Lecturer, moving to Leeds Business School in 2017.
Mark’s main research interest is in the area of empirical financial economics. Recent work has examined the interdependence of spot and futures markets for coffee and spreads in equity markets . He is also interested in the determination of price and market structure in retail financial markets. A second research stream is the analysis of international investment decisions. This includes the location decisions of international retailers and the cross border transfer of corporate knowledge.
In addition to presenting research findings at national and international academic conferences Mark has also presented at trade and regulatory bodies including the Financial Services Authority, the International Coffee Organisation and Postcomm.
Journal articles (8)
- Rhodes MJ; Gregoriou A (2017), The accuracy of spread decomposition models in capturing informed trades Evidence from the London Stock Exchange and behavioural implications. Review of Behavioral Finance, vol. 9 (1)
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- Rhodes MJ; Ibikunle G; Gregoriou A; Hoepner A (2016), Liquidity and market efficiency in the world's largest carbon market. The British Accounting Review, vol. 48
- Rhodes MJ; Azevedo A; Karim M; Gregoriou A (2014), Stock price and volume effects associated with changes in the composition of the FTSE Bursa. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, vol. 28
- Aguenaou S; ap Gwilym O; Rhodes MJ (2011), Open interest, cross listing, and information shocks. Journal of Futures Markets
- Alexander N; Rhodes MJ; Myers H (2011), A gravitational model of international retail market selection. International Marketing Review, vol. 28 (2), p. 183-200.
- Rhodes MJ (2010), Information Asymmetry and Socially Responsible Investment. Journal of Business Ethics
- ap Gwilym O; Agnenaou S; Rhodes MJ (2009), The determinants of trading volume for cross-listed Euribor futures contracts. The European Journal of Finance
- Alexander N; Rhodes MJ; Myers H (2007), International market selection: measuring actions instead of intentions. Journal of Services Marketing
- Rhodes MJ; Buckley PJ; Cross L; Cross A; Voss H; Zheng P (2008) Explaining China's outward FDI: An institutional perspective. In: Rhodes MJ; Buckley PJ; Cross L; Cross A; Voss H; Zheng P The rise of transnational corporations from emerging markets: threat or opportunity?. : Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. .
- Rhodes MJ; Buckley P; Clegg L; Cross A; Voss H; Zheng P; Liu X (2007) An econometric investigation of Chinese outward direct investment. In: Rhodes MJ; Buckley P; Clegg L; Cross A; Voss H; Zheng P; Liu X Multinational Enterprises and Emerging Challenges of the 21st century. : Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. .
- Rhodes MJ (2005) US Foreign Sales Corporations; Export Tax Credits and the WTO. In: Rhodes MJ The WTO and the Regulation of International Trade. : Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. .