Sina Badreddine is a senior lecturer in Finance and programme leader for the MSc in Investment and Finance. Prior to joining Middlesex University, Sina was a teaching assistant at Durham University where he completed his PhD titled "Sources and Practicality of Momentum Profits: Evidence from the UK Market". He received his Masters from University of Glasgow in Finance and his BSc in Computer Science from the Lebanese American University. He served as an external examiner/member panel for University of Lincoln , University of Liverpool and Glasgow Caledonian University.
Sina taught several modules on graduate and post-graduate levels on subjects such as Corporate Finance, Theory of Finance, Financial Markets and Risk Management, Entrepreneurial Finance and Financial Accounting. He supervised over 80 masters dissertations and 4 PhD theses to completions.
His research interests includes stock market anomalies and corporate finance. His research output has appeared in the International Journal of Finance and Economics, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money and International Journal of Business.
Badreddine, Sina and Clark, Ephraim A. (2020) The asymmetric effects of industry specific volatility in momentum returns. International Journal of Finance & Economics . ISSN 1076-9307 (Published online first)
Badreddine, Sina and Galariotis, Emilios and Holmes, Phil (2012) The relevance of information and trading costs in explaining momentum profits: evidence from optioned and non-optioned stocks. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money , 22 (3). pp. 589-608. ISSN 1042-4431