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Dr Antonio Vaello Sebastiá
Dr Antonio Vaello Sebastiá
Contract Lecturer with a PhD
Financial Economics and Accounting
  • Despatx DB02 / Associats Economia de l'EmpresaPlanta baixaGaspar Melchor de Jovellanos

    Dr Antonio Vaello Sebastiá


    Brief CV


    Antoni Vaello-Sebastiŕ

    Born in La Vila Joiosa (1977). Associate Professor of the Business Economics Department. PhD in Quantitative finance from the University of the Basque Country (2009). Degree in Economics by the University of Alicante (2001). FPI scholarship of the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology (2003-2005).

    Lecturer at the University of Alicante (2005-07) and Open University of Catalonia (since 2010). Visiting Scholar at Anderson School of Management at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA - 2010).

    Research interests in derivatives, numerical methods for their valuation and financial econometrics, with publications in the Journal of Banking and Finance, Finance Research Letters, Journal of financial economics, European Journal of Operational Research and Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. Also a book chapter published by Thomson-Aranzadi.

    Teaching experience at Bachelor and Master degrees at the universities of Alicante, Balearic Islands, Autónoma de Barcelona and Navarra, teaching courses on Financial Accounting, Mathematical Finance, Financial Economics, Corporate Finance and Derivatives.

    Finally, he has also joined several research groups granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, Government of the Valencia Country, Government of the Basque Country and University of Alicante.


    Office Hours

    Lecturer Tutorial Times
    Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
    01/09/2019 30/06/2020 Tuesday 18.00 19.00 DB002/Jovellanos

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    11650 - Quantitative Finances
    20615 - Financial Economics
    20629 - Final Degree Project
    21202 - Financial Economics
    • Degree in Business Administration2016-17
    • Double degree in Business Administration and Law (2013 syllabus)2016-17
    21217 - Financial Management
    21222 - Final Degree Project


    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Financial economics Member
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