DAVID MARTINEZ-MIERA
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DAVID MARTINEZ-MIERA

Associate Professor of Finance

Education

PhD in Economics, CEMFI and UIMP, Spain, 2009 (Main advisor Rafael Repullo)

Visiting: New York University, USA, Jan - Jun 2008 (advisor Douglas Gale)

Universität Mannheim, Germany, Sep - Dec 2007 (advisor Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden)

MSc in Economics and Finance, CEMFI, Madrid, Spain, 2006.

BA in Business Administration, University of La Rioja, Spain, 2004.

Research interests

Banking, Corporate Finance, Macrofinance, Microfinance , Finance

Selected publications

Search for Yield (with Rafael Repullo) Econometrica, 85 (2017), pp. 351-378 Consumer Bankruptcy, Bank Mergers and Information (with Jason Allen and Evren H. Damar) Review of Finance, 20 (2016), pp.1289-1320, Does Competition Reduce the Risk of Bank Failure? (joint with Rafael Repullo) Review of Financial Studies (2010), 23, p. 3638-3664 
David Martinez Miera is an Associate Professor of finance in the Business Department at Carlos III University where he teaches financial management.

He holds a PhD in Economics from the Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI) and UIMP, an MSc in Economics and Finance from CEMFI and a BSc in Business Administration from the University of La Rioja.

His research focuses on corporate finance, in particular on issues related to banking.
Search for Yield (with Rafael Repullo) Econometrica, 85 (2017), pp. 351-378 Consumer Bankruptcy, Bank Mergers and Information (with Jason Allen and Evren H. Damar) Review of Finance, 20 (2016), pp.1289-1320, Does Competition Reduce the Risk of Bank Failure? (joint with Rafael Repullo) Review of Financial Studies (2010), 23, p. 3638-3664 
“Banks’ Endogenous systemic risk taking” (with Javier Suarez) (Revised version of “A Macroeconomic Model of Systemic Risk-taking”. CEPR DP 9134, September 2012) “The Creditworthiness of the Poor. A model of the Grameen Bank” (with Michal Kowalik). Kansas Fed RWP 10-11, April 2010.

“Capital Requirements, Competition and Bank Failure”