Corporate Finance: Executive Compensation, Corporate Governance, Capital Structure, Corporate Social Responsibility, Institutional Ownership
Teaching in 2018-2019
Business (Financial Management)
IB9V00: Corporate Finance
IB9X90: Applied Corporate Finance
IB2360: Finance 2: Corporate Finance
Onur Tosun joined Warwick Business School in 2013 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. Onur holds a Ph.D. majoring in Finance and minoring in Economics from Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He received his MBA from Bogazici University and BSc in Industrial Engineering from Istanbul Technical University in Turkey.
My academic work has been published in Financial Management, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, and discussed in the media including Financial Times, Business Review Europe, Business Standard, South China Morning Post, Money Radio.
Onur Tosun (2019) "Why do large shareholders adopt a short-term versus a long-term investment horizon in different firms?", Financial Review
Tosun, O. and Senbet, L. W. (2018) "Does internal board monitoring affect debt maturity?", Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting
Onur Tosun (2017) "Is corporate social responsibility sufficient enough to explain the investment by socially responsible funds?
", Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 49, 3, 697-726
Onur Tosun (2016) "The effect of CEO option compensation on the capital structure : a natural experiment", Financial Management , 45, 4, 953-979
Tosun, O., Gungor, A. and Topcu, Y. I. (2008) "ANP application for evaluating Turkish mobile communication operators", Journal of Global Optimization, 42, 2, 313-324