Bige Kahraman

Bige Kahraman Alper

Associate Professor of Finance


Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Oxford
OX1 1HP

Profile

Bige Kahraman Alper is an Associate Professor of Finance at Saïd Business School and a Fellow of Kellogg College at the University of Oxford.

She holds a PhD in Economics from Yale University with specialisations in financial economics and econometrics. She is a Research Affiliate in the Financial Economics programme of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and an Economic Adviser to Financial Conduct Authority.

Bige’s research focuses on analysing the sources of market frictions giving rise to market inefficiency and systematic liquidity crises. Her recent studies quantify the importance of various frictions – for instance, arising from capital constraints, organisational structures in asset management intermediaries and asymmetric information – and examine the role of financial innovation that can help markets overcome these frictions. Her papers appear in top academic journals such as Journal of Finance and Review of Financial Studies.

Find out more about Bige's work, visit her personal website.

Research

Bige’s research is concerned with market frictions, efficiency and market crises.

Publications

Open-End Organizational Structures and Limits to Arbitrage(opens in new window)

Journal article  |  REVIEW OF FINANCIAL STUDIES  | 
  • Mariassunta Giannetti,
  • Bige Kahraman
Finance

Trader Leverage and Liquidity(opens in new window)

Journal article  |  JOURNAL OF FINANCE  | 
  • Bige Kahraman,
  • Heather E Tookes
Finance

Learning about Mutual Fund Managers(opens in new window)

Journal article  |  JOURNAL OF FINANCE  | 
  • Darwin Choi,
  • Bige Kahraman,
  • Abhiroop Mukherjee
Finance

Margin trading and comovement during crises(opens in new window)

Journal article  |  Review of Finance  | 
  • Bige Kahraman,
  • Heather Tookes
Finance
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Teaching

Bige teaches the Firms and Market (Microeconomics) core course on the MBA and Executive MBA programmes.