Professeur associé
  • Department Finance
  • Areas of research Market Finance, Behavioural Finance
  • Teaching fields Finance, Accounting, Cost control


After starting his career as a Tutor at the Institut Supérieur d'Administration des Affaires in Tunisia, where he mainly taught Financial Management, Dr Mondher Bouattour joined Excelia Business School as Associate Professor in 2009.
With a Doctorate in Management Science, he teaches Finance, Accounting and Management Control.

Recently, he has been published in international academic journals such as Applied Economics and Bankers, and Markets & Investors. His research projects focus on mimetic behaviour in financial markets and on the role of the financial markets in the development of financial products and services.


BOUATTOUR M., MARTINEZ I. (2018), « Efficient market hypothesis: an experimental study with uncertainty and asymmetric information ». Journée des 3F, June 08, 2018 - MSH Dijon (France)

BOUATTOUR M., MILOUDI A., BENKRAIEM R., CHEVALLIER C. (2017), « Differences in herding on blue-chip and small/micro-cap stocks ». Workshop on Small Business Economics, Accounting and Finance, November 17, 2017 in La Rochelle Business School (France)

BOUATTOUR M. (2016), « Disposition effect and underreaction to information: Possible application for SMEs? ». Audencia Workshop on Small Business Economics, Accounting and Finance, May 20, 2016 in Nantes (France)

BENKRAIEM R., BOUATTOUR M., MILOUDI A., VIGNERON L., (2017), « Corporate leverage and the terms of employment: evidence from French small businesses before and during the global crisis ». Applied Economics (CNRS 3*), vol.49, n°23, pp. 2286-2297

BOUATTOUR M., MILOUDI A., (2016), « Finance comportementale et dynamique des prix des actifs : Une application par la méthode expérimentale ». Recherches en Sciences de Gestion (CNRS 1*), n° 113, pp. 113-136

MILOUDI A., BOUATTOUR M., BENKRAIEM R., (2016), « Relationships between Trading Volume, Stock Returns and Volatility: Evidence from the French Stock Market ». Bankers, Markets & Investors (CNRS 1*), n° 144, pp. 44-58

BOUATTOUR M., BENKRAIEM R., MILOUDI A., (2016), « Disposition effect and investor underreaction to information ». Corporate Ownership and Control, vol. 13, n°3, 378-392 (ESSEC Cat3)

BOUATTOUR M., (2016), « Les marchés financiers : entre l’efficience informationnelle et le comportement de l’investisseur » Editions Universitaires Européennes.