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The PhD in Finance programme alumna Michelle Sisto appointed Associate Dean for Graduate Studies

Succeeding Emmanuel Métais, following his recent appointment as Dean of EDHEC Business School, Michelle Sisto has been appointed Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, and will officially assume the…
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22 May 2017
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Succeeding Emmanuel Métais, following his recent appointment as Dean of EDHEC Business School, Michelle Sisto has been appointed Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, and will officially assume the role from 1 September 2017. She therefore assumes responsibility for a portfolio of programmes including the EDHEC PhD in Finance as well as the School’s Master in Management and Masters of Science (both the Business Management and Financial Economics tracks).  
Michelle Sisto, 48, is of Italian and American nationality and holds a PhD in Finance from EDHEC, a DEA (Research Master) in Mathematics from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and a Bachelor in Mathematics from Georgetown University (Washington DC). As a specialist in statistical data analysis and big data, Michelle Sisto has been teaching in an international environment for over 20 years. She has published research work extending from the asset management field, with a particular focus on corporate social responsibility and financial regulation, to pedagogies in multicultural environments. 
Her doctoral thesis supervised by Professor Abraham Lioui was on Responsibility, Regulation and Asset Pricing.    

 

 

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