Dr Mona Soufian

Lecturer in Finance

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Hull University Business School


Mona joined HUBS in June 2014, following her previous academic appointment at Newcastle Business School. She was previously involved in consultancy projects in public and private funding. She obtained her PhD in 2003 on empirical asset pricing of risk in the UK stock market. She has an MSc in Accounting and Finance from the University of Manchester (UMIST). Mona's research interests include empirical asset pricing, market inefficiency and behavioural aspects of financial markets. She is also interested in modelling instability in financial markets and the recent development on evolutionary finance in the context of decision making in financial markets, using agent-based modelling.

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Which heuristics can aid financial-decision-making?

Forbes, W., Hudson, R., Skerratt, L., & Soufian, M. (2015). Which heuristics can aid financial-decision-making?. International review of financial analysis, 42(December), 199-210.

The implications of trader cognitive abilities on stock market properties

Manahov, V., Soufian, M., & Hudson, R. (2014). The implications of trader cognitive abilities on stock market properties. Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management, 21(1), 1-18.