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Introduction

I am currently a Professor of Quantitative Methods and Finance at the Université de Namur and faculty member at CORE.
I was previously a Tenured Assistant Professor of Finance at the
Université catholique de Louvain - Louvain School of Management. Prior to those positions, I completed a PhD in Economics at the Université Paris Nanterre  and CREST-INSEE for which I was awarded the Fondation Banque de France Prize for the Best PhD in Monetary, Financial and Banking Economics in 2011.

Areas of expertise

My research focuses on macro-finance, financial complexity, and sustainable finance with an interest on issues related to asset price dynamics, heterogenous agent models, financial fragility and financial network modeling as well as sustaibability measurement.

Awards

2011: Fondation Banque de France Prize for the Best PhD in Monetary, Financial and Banking Economics.

Diplomas

2010 : PhD in Economics, Université Paris Nanterre

2007 : Magistère of Applied Modelling, Université Paris Nanterre

2005 : Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics and Econometrics, Université Paris Nanterre & Université Paris Diderot

 

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Economics, Université de Paris Nanterre

Award Date: 30 Jun 2010

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