Maria Loumioti


Maria Loumioti
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Email
(972) 883-5026
Education
DBA, Harvard Business School, 2012
BBA, Athens University of Economics and Business, 2005
Courses
ACCT 6305, Accounting for Managers
Awards and Recognition
FARS Outstanding Discussion Award, 2018
European Central Bank Lamfalussy Fellowship, 2018
Visiting Scholar at Banque de France, 2018
Best Discussant Award, MIT Asia Conference in Accounting, 2016
Excellence in Reviewing Award, FARS Annual Meeting, 2016
Best Paper in Management Accounting Award, MAS Annual Meeting, 2015
Greif Research Center Award for Entrepreneurship Research, 2014
AAA/Grant Thornton Dissertation Award for Innovation in Accounting Education, 2011
AAA Deloitte J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2011
Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship, The Rotary Foundation, 2007
Harvard Business School Doctoral Fellowship, 2007-2012
Best Business Idea and Best Business Plan Awards, Ministry of Finance, Greece, 2005. Undergraduate studies fellowship, University of Athens, Greece, 2001-2005
Biography
Maria Loumioti is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Texas at Dallas. Her research spans multiple areas of financial intermediation including non-bank lending, leveraged loan markets, securitization, and soft-information-based personal credit. Her research has been published in the top journals in Accounting and is cited in media outlets including Bloomberg, The American Banker and Harvard Business Review. Professor Loumioti received the European Central Bank’s Lamfalussy Fellowship for promising young researchers. She holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, and a BBA in Accounting and Finance from Athens University of Economics and Business. She was previously an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California and a Visiting Assistant Professor at MIT Sloan.
List of Published Works