Adonis Antoniades is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Finance group. His professional background spans finance academia, central banking, and, earlier, machine learning research.
Antoniades' research portfolio includes work in banking, law and finance, and machine learning. Recent work examines the U.S. commercial banking sector's experience during the Great Recession, providing empirical evidence on the influence of liquidity and real estate risks on bank lending and solvency. His papers in finance have been published in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Journal of Banking and Finance, and the Journal of Economics and Business. He has also published policy research in the BIS Quarterly Review and research on machine learning in the Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.
Prior to joining Northeastern University, Antoniades was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, where he led the core finance module in the MBA programme, while also supervising MBA students on consulting projects in the financial sector. Before joining NUS, he worked as an economist at the European Central Bank (ECB) and at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), where he contributed to policy research and briefed top-level management – including the President of the ECB and the General Manager of the BIS – on banking-related items in his portfolio. Earlier, he worked in the field of machine learning, designing pursuit-evasion and navigation algorithms for dynamic environments with partial observability.
PhD, MPhil, MA Economics, Columbia University
MBA, Cyprus International Institute of Management
MSc Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley
BSc Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Antoniades, A., 2021, “Monetary Easing and The Lending Concentration Channel of Monetary Policy
Transmission”, Journal of Banking and Finance, 133(106301)
Antoniades, A., 2016, “Liquidity Risk and the Credit Crunch of 2007-2008: Evidence from Micro Level Data on
Mortgage Loan Applications”, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 51(6), pp. 1795–1822
Antoniades, A., C. Calomiris, and D. Hitscherich, 2016, “No Free Shop: Why Target Companies Sometimes
Choose Not to Buy ‘Go Shop' Options”, Journal of Economics and Business, 88, pp. 36-64
(Press Coverage: Financial Times, Wall Street Journal)
Antoniades, A., and N. Tarashev., 2014 “Securitisations: tranching concentrates uncertainty”, BIS Quarterly Review, December
(Press Coverage: Financial Times, Reuters)
J. Scholz, B. Hengst, G. Calbert, A. Antoniades, P. Smet, L. Marsh, H-W. Kwok, D. Gossink, 2005, “Machine Learning
for Adversarial Agent Microworlds”, MODSIM'05 Melbourne Australia, December
A. Antoniades, H.J. Kim and S. Sastry, 2003, “Pursuit-Evasion Strategies for Teams of Multiple Agents with
Incomplete Information”, IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December