Miguel Antón

Miguel Antón is an Associate Professor in Finance at IESE Business School, and an affiliated member at the FMG at LSE. His research lies in the intersection of asset pricing and corporate finance. He is currently studying the impact of common ownership (i.e., investors holding sizeable ownership stakes in several companies in the same or in related industries) on executive compensation and innovation. He has received several research awards, and he has published his work in leading finance journals. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Navarra, an MSc in Economics at CEMFI, and his PhD in finance at The London School of Economics.

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