Associate Professor in Finance
Dr. Samuel A. Vigne
Dr. Samuel A. Vigne is an Associate Professor with Trinity Business School. He obtained his PhD in Finance from Trinity College, Dublin, an MSc Finance (University of Dublin), a PGCHET (Queen’s University), and a BSc in Business Economics (Universität Mannheim). His research interests include econometric modelling, international finance, and fiscal policies.
Furthermore, Samuel serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier's Finance Research Letter, and as Associate Editor for the International Review of Financial Analysis and Research in International Business and Finance, amongst other academic outlets. Furthermore, Samuel is a consultant for the Association of the Independent Professionals and the Self Employed and develops policy recommendations for HM Government, the Bank of England, and the Government of India.
- Corporate Finance
- International Finance
1. The determinants of IPO withdrawal - Evidence from Europe
Helbing, Pia, Brian M. Lucey, and Samuel A. Vigne, (2019). Journal of Corporate Finance, Volume 56, Pages 415-436.
2. The causes and consequences of household financial strain: A systematic review
Declan French and Samuel A. Vigne (2018). International Review of Financial Analysis. Volume 62, Pages 150-156.
3. Uncovering long term relationships between oil prices and the economy: A time-varying cointegration analysis
Gogolin, Fabian, Fearghal Kearney, Brian M. Lucey, Maurice Peat, and Samuel A. Vigne (2018). Energy Economics. Volume 76, Pages 584-593.