Dimitrios V. Siskos

Dimitrios V. Siskos
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University · Department of Business

Adjunct Assistant Professor

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Introduction
Dimitrios V. Siskos has over fifteen years of financial experience in the industry in Greece and over ten years of teaching and research experience in Greek, European and US Universities (on-campus and online modalities). He focuses on continuous improvement, loves precise and accurate data and is willing to add value to the organization for which he works. He is the owner of the website: http://www.thinkingfinance.info, where you can find stuff of his Research, Projects, and Writings.

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Publications (18)
Book
Thinking financially results in the best possible outcome and establishes a secure foundation for the future as an independent man. In contrast, thinking emotionally leads to short-sighted financial decisions and usually, deep regrets. However, thinking financially is not pleasant for the people around us. This comic book presents a guy, whose drea...
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This paper attempts to investigate the reasons that lead bankers into establishing Basel III agreement and, second, to examine whether it would be able to bring about prudent risk behavior among banks. Basel III was the third set of regulations, following Basel I and Basel II, and was developed in response to the financial crisis. The measures deve...
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The structure of accounting education in Greece, and in the world, is facing nowadays many significant challenges since the global financial crisis has left behind many critical educational burdens. At the same time, there is an increase in accounting omissions and malpractices of ethics both in the public and in private sector of Greece. These und...
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Financial distress is a hot topic these days in finance and the project’s health is very important for investors as well as management. Investors posit money in those projects which are financially healthy as the risk of default is minimized for them, while management must be able to identify causes of distress which can be controlled by taking dif...
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This final chapter contends that accounting education is strongly related to the recent financial crisis in Greece, since some of the main root causes of the crisis were accounting omissions and manipulations in financial statements all embraced by unethical actions. The global financial crisis in Greece, epitomized by the recession of 2009, raised...
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The decision of an optimum project portfolio selection in the area of project management, is frequently encountered in the business environment. On a purely organizational level (assuming minimal internal political considerations), this decision must take into account the uncertainties in the calculation of many criteria as the expected revenue fro...
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SMC Swiss Management Center University, 29/02/2016, Switzerland.
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Pricing different types of derivative contracts to minimize risk is a significant step for business sustainability. Whaley (2006) refers that for the European Puts and Calls, known as vanilla options, there is a closed form solution that delivers the ’fair’ price of the option with respect to the various input parameters. Unlike them, the American,...
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The recent financial crisis in Greece and other Western economies combined with the conduct of serious malpractices in the finance sector, brought into light long time unresolved systemic issues. These facts undoubtedly contributed to massive unemployment, high poverty rate, crime and other social ills experienced in the country. Accounting and fin...
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Manipulations with the financial statements have become a common element of the corporate financial life. As such, Enron’s failure in 2001 represents the biggest business bankruptcy ever while also spotlighting the inefficiency of detecting financial fraud in the early stages. Particularly, the financial statements in Enron Corp. were made up and a...
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The credit crisis erupted in August 2007, with the failure of two Bear Stearns hedge funds, was a warning sign of what would follow. However, most firms did not take advantage of those signals to correct their weaknesses, and remained impassive to the new economic reality. Indeed, Lehman Brothers as one of them did not take the opportunity to reduc...
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While financial institutions exploit globalization in the banking system, a natural byproduct of this expansion, the increased risk, affects the internal and external environment of banks and enhances banking probability of failure. This happens because of the fact that every operational activity undertaking by a bank, regardless rate of uncertaint...
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University of Piraeus, 18/12/2007, Greece. Guest Speaker in the Master degree class of “Logistics” by Professor Dr. Dimitrios Emiris.
Conference Paper
The decision of optimum location in the construction of a logistics (warehouse & distribution) center (or similar facilities) is frequently encountered in the business environment. On a purely logistical level (assuming minimal internal political considerations), this decision must take into account the uncertainties in the calculation of the trans...

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