Biography
Publications

Academic Affiliation
London Business School

Biography
James Dow is Professor of Finance and Research Dean at the London Business School. His research interests focus on corporate finance, including company financing and capital structure, cost of capital, asymmetric information, capital markets, and intermediation. He is the Managing Editor for The Review of Economic Studies and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Financial Markets.

Dr. Dow has previously served as Professor of Economics and as the Head of the Economics Department at the European University Institute. He was an Associate Professor of Finance and Barings Research Fellow and an Assistant Professor of Finance at the London Business School. James Dow was also the W.P. Carey Term Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania.

Report
The Benefits of Multiple Ownership Models in Law Services
July 2005
Published by The Brattle Group, Ltd
Article
What is Systemic Risk? Moral Hazard, Initial Shocks and Propagation
2000
Published in Monetary and Economic Studies
Article
Should Speculators be Taxed?
2000
Published in Journal of Business
Article
Comments on 'Banks, Markets, and the Allocation of Risk in an Economy' by Martin Hellwig
January 1998
Published in Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (Zeitschrift füür die gesamte Staatswissenschaft)
Article
Arbitrage, Hedging, and Financial Innovation
January 1998
Published in Review of Financial Studies