• Chaya, Jamil

    Dr. Chaya, Jamil

    Assistant Professor
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    chayajk@rhu.edu.lb
    Jamil Chaya obtained his PhD in Finance on full academic scholarship at the University of Rome Tor Vergata in Italy. He is a Canadian national of Lebanese origin returning to the region to participate in its academic development and research capacity. His Undergraduate degree in Economics is from McGill University in Canada.


    EDUCATION
    • D. Finance, University of Rome Tor Vergata, School of Economics - Rome, Italy
    • A. Economic Development and International Cooperation, University of Rome Tor Vergata, School of Economics - Rome, Italy
    • Graduate Diploma in Management, McGill University, Desautels School of Business, Montreal, Canada.
    • A. Economics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.


    PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
    Asset Pricing, Stock Pricing and Modeling, Corporate finance, Finance and Growth, Finance and Inequality, Socio-Economic Dynamics, Economic History.


    PUBLICATIONS and WORKS IN PROGRESS

    “Fama-French Three Factor Model to Determining Excess Returns in the Lebanese Stock Market”, work-in-progress

    “Fama-French Three Factor Model to Determining Excess Returns in the Kuwaiti Stock Market”, work-in-progress

    A Theoretical Model Explaining the Inequality Dynamics of the Monetary Policy Channel” , work-in-progress

    “Beirut’s Real Estate Twilight” published in the Middle Eastern Finance and Economics Journal Issue 19, September 2013. (Peer Reviewed). Compares the two principal investment venues in Lebanon, bonds and real estate, and effectively deconstructs the oddity of the real estate market in what can be summarized as “Lebanese Optimism” that was actually quantified.

    “Loan Maturity Structure and the Actualization of Production” subject to review. The theory of the actualization of production is developed and defines a channel between finance and growth.

    • Presented at the University of Rome Tor Vergata internal seminar series for the department of economics
    • Presented at the American University of Beirut at the economics department seminar series

    “Financial Non-Neutrality: the Inextricable Link Between Inequality and Monetary Policy” , in submission. Deconstructing the dynamics of the relationship between finance and inequality. within the US.