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Prof.dr. Philip Joos is professor of accounting at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM) and at the TIAS School for Business and Society. He studied business economics at the University of Ghent, obtained his Master of Science in Finance from the Vlerick School of Management, a Master in Statistics and PhD in Business from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University (US).

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Recent publications

  1. Does Borrowing from the Private Bond Market Cost More than Borrowing …

    Böni, P., Joos, P. P. M., & de Roon, F. (2020). Does Borrowing from the Private Bond Market Cost More than Borrowing from the Public Bond Market? SSRN.
  2. ESG Didn’t Immunize Stocks Against the COVID-19 Market Crash

    Demers, E., Hendrikse, J., Joos, P. P. M., & Lev, B. (2020). ESG Didn’t Immunize Stocks Against the COVID-19 Market Crash. SSRN.
  3. Research and development costs of new drugs

    Dierynck, B., & Joos, P. (2020). Research and development costs of new drugs. JAMA. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 324(5), 516-517.
  4. Innovation in Higher Education: Needed and Feasible

    Joos, P. P. M., & Meijdam, L. (2019). Innovation in Higher Education: Needed and Feasible. (Tilburg Series in Academic Education ed.) (Tilburg Series in Academic Education ; Vol. 2). Tilburg University.
  5. Which analysts benefited most from mandatory IFRS adoption in Europe?

    Beuselinck, C., Joos, P., Khurana, I. K., & van der Meulen, S. (2017). Which analysts benefited most from mandatory IFRS adoption in Europe? journal of international accounting research, 16(3), 171-190.

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