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Professor of Finance


  • Doctor en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, “Cum
    laude”, 1990
  • Master in Public Administration (MPA), Harvard University, 1990
  •        Master en Administración Internacional de Empresas (MBA), Universidad Autónoma de
    Madrid, 1986
  •        Licenciado en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales UNED, Premio Extraordinario (UAM), 1982
  •        Diplomado en Estudios Empresariales, Universidad de Barcelona, 1980

Research interests

His research interests are mainly in the fields of Behavioral Finance, Investment Analysis, International Trade and Finance, Micro finance, Real Options and Risk Management.

Selected publications

"Sovereign Credit Default Swap Valuation” with M. Neru and C. Pehlivan, Swiss Derivatives Review, 47, pp. 32-53,  2011; 

“A credit scoring model for institutions of Microfinance, under the Basel II normative”, with S. Rayo and J. Lara. Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, V. 15/28, pp. 89-124, 2010 (listed among SSRN's Top Ten download list, since Februay 2017); 

"Bankruptcy." In: Cooper and Argyris (eds.): The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management, Vol. VIII. Oxford: Blackwell, 1997, 2006 and 2014.

David Camino is Professor of Finance and Director of the University Institute of Law and Economics, at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

David, attended College in Barcelona and received a Bachelor, M.B.A and Ph.D. degrees in Management and Business Economics from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, as well as a Master in Public Administration from Harvard University, with a Fulbright scholarship.

Professor Camino has regularly visited Universities and Institutions of Higher Education in different countries, either as Visiting Scholar or Visiting Professor and his professional experience includes working at Spanish and Multinational companies in different countries of Asia, Europe and Latin America and in the public sector as Deputy General Manager for Financial Management at Ministry of Education and Culture, and as member of the Advisory Council at the Directorate General for Insurance and Pension Funds, Ministry of Finance, Spain.