Amadeus GABRIEL

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Amadeus GABRIEL
  • Department Strategy
  • Areas of research Economic Policy of Rating Agencies, Impact of Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation on the Functioning of the Economy, Ethics of Financial Practices, History of Austrian Economic Thought
  • Teaching fields Principles of Economics, Contemporary Economic Debates, Financial Risk Management, Quantitative Techniques Applied to Management/Economic Sciences

Biography

A native of Austria, Dr Amadeus Gabriel is Associate Professor and the Assistant Director of Research at Excelia Business School, which he joined in 2013. He obtained his Master of Research in Economic Sciences at the Université Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve in 2010, and three years later, he defended his doctoral thesis entitled ‘The Economics of Credit Rating Agencies’ at the University of Nantes Angers Le Mans and at the University of Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid, Spain).

Dr Amadeus Gabriel was a Temporary Teaching and Research Fellow in Economics at the University of La Rochelle from 2012 to 2013. His research work focusses, in particular, on the impact of financial regulation and monetary policy on the functioning of financial markets and their institutions, including rating agencies. He is the author of several articles published in international academic journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics (CNRS 2), the Journal of Economic Issues (CNRS 3) and the History of Political Economy (CNRS 1).

Publication(s)

Journal Publications:

Bagus, P., Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2018). On the Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Legitimate Banking Contracts. Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 147, Issue 3

Bagus, P., Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2017). The Hubris of Hybrids .Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 145, Issue 2

Bagus, P., Carrasco B., Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2016). Mises and Montaigne: A rejoinder. History of Political Economy, December 2016, Volume 48, Issue 4

Bagus, P., Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2016).Reassessing the Ethicality of Some Common Financial Practices. Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 136, Issue 3

Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2015). The Interest Rate Brake on Maturity Transformation. Journal of Economic Issues, Volume 49, Number 4

Bagus, P., Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2015). Oil and water do not mix, or: aliud est credere, aliud deponere. Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 128, Issue 1

Bagus, P., Gabriel, A. and Howden, D (2014). Causes and Consequences of Inflation. Business and Society Review 119, December 2014, Number 4

Books and Chapters Within Books:

Gabriel, A. (2015). Fiat Money and Public Debt: An Empirical Assessment. In ``The Next Generation of Austrian Economics: Essays in Honor of Joseph T. Salerno"" edited by David Howden, Mises Institute

Gabriel, A. (2013). Why was the Reception of the First Edition of Mises's Theory of Money and Credit so Lukewarm? In ``Theory of Money and Fiduciary Media" edited by Jörg Guido Hülsmann, Mises Institute

Murphy, R. (2009). Human Action Study Guide, Mises Institute. (Co-author providing the questions)

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