Dr. Supriya Kapoor

Dr. Supriya Kapoor

Assistant Professor, School Office Trinity Business School

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Dr Supriya Kapoor is an Assistant Professor in Finance at the Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin. Prior to this, from 2019- 2022, she was a tenured Assistant Lecturer in the School of Accounting and Finance at Technological University Dublin. She holds a PhD in Financial Economics from University College Dublin in Financial Economics and an MSc in Economics from Trinity College Dublin. She also is a graduate in Economics from Delhi University, India. Dr Kapoor's primary research focus is on finance and monetary economics. To date, she has co-authored publications including Journal of Banking and Finance. Most of her ongoing research papers are empirical in nature with strong theoretical foundations and implications for monetary and regulatory policies. She contributes to the field by producing high quality and high impact research outputs by focusing on the implications of various asset purchase programmes and unconventional monetary policy on real economy and interest rates as it has high impact potential in policy setting. Dr Kapoor has successfully collaborated on projects (ongoing and completed) with researchers at the Central Bank of Ireland, Banque de France, Riksbank and De Nederlandsche Bank. She has also been a funded Visiting Scholar at the Banque de France and Riksbank. In terms of teaching, Dr Kapoor teaches Introduction to Finance and Financial Management on the UG Programme and Introductory Finance on the MSc Operations and Supply Chain Management as well as Entrepreneurial Finance on the Flexible Executive MBA. She has previously taught a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Economics and Finance at University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Maynooth and Dublin City University (Business School), thus bringing her total teaching experience to more than six years at leading universities in Ireland. She has also developed a course module for undergraduate and postgraduate students in quantitative methods in economics and Financial Technology (Fintech) respectively. Recently, in Trinity Business School she has designed and delivered the module on Entrepreneurial Finance on the Flexible Executive MBA programme.

Publications and Further Research Outputs

  • Supriya Kapoor, Oana Peia, The impact of quantitative easing on liquidity creation, Journal of Banking and Finance, 2021Journal Article, 2021, URL, TARA - Full Text
  • Supriya Kapoor, Adnan Velic, QE: Implications for Bank Risk-Taking, Profitability, and Systemic Risk, 2022Working Paper, 2022, URL
  • Marie Finnegan, Supriya Kapoor, ECB unconventional monetary policy and SME access to finance, Small Business Economics, 2023Journal Article, 2023
  • Guillaume Horny, Supriya Kapoor, Investment Response to Monetary Policy in a Low Interest Rate Environment: Evidence from the ECB's Corporate QE, 2021Working Paper, 2021, URL
  • Supriya Kapoor, Anuj Pratap Singh, Balance sheet strength and the bank-lending channel: evidence from an emerging market, 2019Working Paper, 2019, URL

Research Expertise

Economics, Business & Management,


  • European Economic Association
  • American Economic Association