Elyas Elyasiani


  • Finance
Office: Alter Hall 413
Phone: 215.204.5881
Email: elyas@temple.edu

Ely Elyasiani holds a Ph.D. in economics from Michigan State University and is a faculty in the Finance Department at the Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University. His main areas of research include: banking and financial institutions, financial markets, central banking, macroeconomics, and financial econometrics. He has done research on bank, mutual fund, and insurance company stock return modeling, domestic and international contagion, BHC risk exposure and diversification, financial institution opacity, executive compensation, corporate governance of BHCs, production efficiency, fixed income security pricing, and institutional, minority, and foreign ownership effects.

His publications have appeared in the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, Journal of Financial Services Research, Journal of Risk and Insurance, Real Estate Economics, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, and Energy Economics, among others. He has published more than 75 papers with more than 3000 citations. He has taught a variety of economics and finance courses at Michigan State University, Temple University, Hebrew University, and Bar Ilan University at the Ph.D., MBA, and undergraduate levels and has chaired fifteen Ph.D. dissertations. He has also served as the Ph.D. advisor and the chairperson of the Finance Department and as a chair or member of many school-wide and University-wide Committees.

He is a fellow of the Wharton Financial Institution Center, and a Visiting Professor and Dean’s Fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He serves as the banking and macroeconomics editor of the Journal of Economics and Business published by Elsevier publishers.