Tenured researchers | Blockchain financing, IPOs, credit risk
Dmitri Boreiko is Assistant Professor of Corporate Finance. After undergraduate studies in Applied Mathematics and Computing at Belarus State University and in Accounting and Finance at London School of Economics, followed by MSc degree in Finance, Economics and Econometrics, he obtained a Ph.D. in Economics at the European University Institute, Florence, in 2006. His principal areas of research include blockchain applications in financial industry, entrepreneurial finance and ICOs, corporate restructuring, credit risk management and securities issues. He has published articles in Applied Financial Economics, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, PLUS ONE, Quarterly Journal of Finance, among others.
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Blockchain applications in financial industry;
entrepreneurial finance and ICOs;
credit risk management; securities issues.