University of Southern California

Maria Loumioti
Assistant Professor of Accounting

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

Phone: 
213-740-2743
Education: 
DBA, Harvard University; BBA, Athens University of Economics and Business

Overview

Maria Loumioti's research focuses on the use of intellectual property as debt collateral to finance companies with few tangible assets. Her dissertation, "The Use of Intangible Assets as Loan Collateral," explores whether the collateralization of intangibles is an innovation or a negative mutation in the credit market. Professor Loumioti received the AAA/Grant Thorton Dissertation Award for Innovation in Accounting Education in 2011. Her research interests include corporate finance, financial intermediation, banking, and debt contracting.

Research

Loumioti, M., Serafeim, G., and Brochet, F. (2013) "Corporate Short-termism, Investor Clientele, and Firm Performance,".
Loumioti, M., and Campbell, D. (2013) "Monitoring and the Portability of Soft Information,".
Loumioti, M. (2012) "Lending against Intangible Assets," Corporate Finance Biz Journal, 7/2012 (CFB0491916), 5.
Loumioti, M., Serafeim, G., and Brochet, F. (2012) "Short-Termism: Don’t Blame Investors," Harvard Business Review, June 2012, 1.