Kamil Korhan Nazliben
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    5037 AB Tilburg


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Research interests

Kamil Korhan Nazliben is assistant professor of finance at Tilburg University, and research fellow at CentER for Economic Research at TISEM. He is interested in cultural finance, corporate governance and higher education research. His work has appeared in the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control and the Journal of Banking and Finance.

He teaches and coordinates various finance courses on corporate finance at bachelor & master level. He supervises master theses and PhD students and is also responsible for coordinating the finance bachelor thesis trajectory.

Kamil has highly interdisciplinary academic background and research interest. He received his Research Master (2010) and Ph.D. degrees (2015) in Finance at Tilburg University. Previously he graduated from the Middle East Technical University with an MSc in Financial Mathematics and Izmir Institute of Technology with a BSc in Physics.


Employment and fellowships:

  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Department of Finance, TISEM, Tilburg University, Sept. 2016 – present.
  • Research fellow, CentER, Tilburg University, Sept. 2009 – present
  • Research fellow, Netspar, April 2009 – present
  • Lecturer, Department of Finance, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Dec. 2015 - Sept. 2017.
  • Lecturer, Avans University of Applied Sciences / ASIS, Sept 2012 – Sept 2016
  • Research fellow, Institute of Applied Mathematics, Middle East Technical University (Ankara/Turkey) Sept. 2015 – Sept 2017.
  • Ph.D. student at CentER, Tilburg University, Sept. 2009 – Dec 2015

Administrative and Managerial Tasks:

  • Education committee, TISEM, Sept. 2017 – present.
  • Bachelor thesis coordination (finance), TISEM, Sept. 2017 – present.
  • PASS Supervision (Program for Academic Success), TISEM, Sept. 2017 - present.  


At Tilburg University

  • Master Finance: Applied Corporate Finance, taught in English to 200-250 students, (2020/21). 
  • Master International Management: International Finance, taught in English to 60-80 students, (2020/21). 
  • Pre-Master in Finance: Financial Management, taught in English to 200-300 students (elective course for the other programs), 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21.
  • BSc in International Business Administration: Finance and Investment (formerly Finance-1 for IBA), taught in English to 350-600 students (joint course with Business Economics 2 for ECON), 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/2020 and 2020/21.
  • MSc in Finance: Thesis Supervision, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/2020 and 2020/21.
  • MSc in International Management: 2017/18 and 2018/19.
  • BSc in International Business Administration: Academic competences finance, coordination of +100 BSc students’ term projects, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/2020 and 2020/21.
  • MSc in Finance: Investment Analysis, taught in English to 150 students, 2016/17.
  • MSc in Finance: Corporate Governance and Restructuring, taught in 80 students (elective course), 2016-2017

Teaching at Other Universities:

  • Erasmus University, MSc in Finance: Thesis Supervision, 30 master thesis supervision, 2015/16 and 2016/17.

Teaching Awards:

  • Excellent Teaching Award 2018/2019, Finance 1 for IBA and Financial Management courses, Tilburg School of Economics and Management.
  • Excellent Teaching Award 2017/2018, Financial Management, Tilburg School of Economics and Management

Current courses

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PhD supervision

Emil S. Kumara (2017-present): Social diversity on boards and firm performance. 


  • Empirical Finance
  • Education
  • Culture


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