Irem Demirci
Irem Demirci
Associate Professor with "Agregação"
Finance Knowledge Center

Irem Demirci is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Nova School of Business and Economics. Prior to joining Nova, she worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Mannheim.

2013 Ph.D. in Finance - University of Texas at Austin

2007 M.A. in Economics - Koc University, Istanbul

2005 B.A. in Economics - Koc University, Istanbul

Capital Structure, Business Relations, Financial Distress, International Finance, Real Estate, Mutual Funds, Household Finance

  • Demirci, Irem, Rasteh, Mehdi, Yönder, Erkan (2023). Unpledged collateral, REIT liquidity constraints, and asset sales. (Accepted/In press) Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.
  • Demirci, Irem, Ferreira, Miguel A., Matos, Pedro, Sialm, Clemens (2022). How global is your mutual fund? International diversification from multinationals. Review Of Financial Studies, 35 (7), 3337-3372.
  • Demirci, Irem, Eichholtz, Piet, Yönder, Erkan (2020). Corporate diversification and the cost of debt: evidence from REIT bank loans and mortgages. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 61 (3), 316-368.
  • Demirci, Irem, Gurun, Umit G., Yönder, Erkan (2020). Shuffling through the bargain bin: real-estate holdings of public firms. Review Of Finance, 24 (3), 647-675.
  • Demirci, Irem, Huang, Jennifer, Sialm, Clemens (2019). Government debt and corporate leverage: international evidence. Journal of Financial Economics, 133 (2), 337-356.