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- school of business & economics ( finance )
- Associate Professor
André Dorsman is president of the Center for Energy and Value Issues (CEVI). The main objective of the CEVI is creating knowledge accumulation on energy and value issues through establishing organization of lectures for scholars and practitioners, providing cooperation with different institutions on the national and international level. Specifically, CEVI is aimed at the cultivation of the closely interconnected fields of energy and value including their relations to the disciplines of economics, finance, managenent and law through providing relevant conditions for a intensive dialogue in the field of energy among practitioners, financial experts, economists and scientists leading to advanced research projects. CEVI organizes conferences, energy schools and in cooperation with Springer Verlag publishes books on energy. (http://www.centerforenergyandvalue.com)
Publications A.B. Dorsman 2009-2016
Islamic Finance compared to conventional Finance, in Energy and Finance, Springer, 2016, p. 187-202. co-authors Ö. Arslan, M. Bejaoui and K. Shahzad.
Het belang van werkkapitaalbeheer, MAB, mei 2016, vol. 90, nr. 5, pp 178-184, co-auteur W.Westerman
Beheersing van kasstromen en werkkapitaal met prestatiemaatstaven, MAB, mei 2016, vol. 90, nr. 5, pp 185-194, co-auteur Willem van Barneveld
Energy Technology, Policy and Valuation, in Energy Technology, Policy and Valuation, Springer, 2015, p. 1-7. co-authors: J.L. Simpson and W. Westerman
European Sovereign Debt crisis and the performance of Dutch IPO's, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2014, vol. 34 issue null, page 308-319. co-author: Dimitrios Gounopoulos
The influence of renewables on the German Day ahead prices, in Perspectives on Energy Risk, Springer, 2014, p. 165-182; co-authors: Nabi Adaduldah, Geert Jan Franx and Paul Pottuijt
Coupling of imperfect power markets, in Energy economics and financial markets, Springer, October 2012, p. 215-234; co-authors: G.J. Franx and Paul Pottuijt
Adding oil to a portfolio of stocks and bonds? in Energy economics and financial markets, Springer, October 2012, p. 197-214; co-authors: André Koch, Menno Jager and André Thibeault
Market perfection in a changing energy environment, in: Financial Aspects in Energy, Dorsman et al. , Springer Verlag, 2011, pp. 71-84. co-authors K.van Montfort and Paul Pottuijt.
The electricity market, day-ahead market and futures market, in Financial Aspects in Energy, Dorsman et al. , Springer Verlag, 2011, pp. 109-130. Co-authors: G. Umutlu and E. Telatar
Financial aspects in energy: the European perspective, in: Financial Aspects in Energy, Dorsman et al., Springer Verlag, 2011, pp 1-7. Co-authors, Ö. Arslan, M. Karan and W. Westerman
Controlling cash flow, working capital and capital expenditures with the multinational enterprise, in: International Management Accounting and Control, editors: Kim Langfield-Smith, Jeltje van der Meer-Kooistra & Wim Westerman, McGrawHill, pp. 59-87, 2010. Co-authors: Dimitrios Gounopoulos, John Hall and Wim Westerman
Electricity traffic over the barriers of networks: the case of Germany and the Netherlands, Frontiers in Finance and Economics, vol. 6, no. 2, October 2009, pp. 120-139. Co-authors: Hans Andeweg and Kees van Montfort
Energy and Value, Frontiers in Finance and Economics, vol. 6, no. 2, October 2009, pp. 96-100. Co-authors: Bert Scholtens and Wim Westerman
- Energy Technology, Policy and Valuation, Springer, 2015
- Perspectives on Energy Risk, Springer, 2014Energy:
- Energy economics and financial markets, Springer 2012
- Financial Aspects in Energy, Springer Verlag, 2011