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11-06-2019
Harvard Professor John Y. Campbell shared his on-going research with the EDHEC PhD graduates last week at the PhD in Finance Forum. His paper “The Cross-Section of Household Preferences” explains how differently people behave when they save for retirement and invest their wealth, shows if the...

26-04-2019
EDHEC PhD in Finance Newsletter - April 2019  Editorial written by Abraham Lioui, PhD, Professor of Finance, Director of the PhD in Finance Programme,  Head of Data Science, Economics and Finance Faculty, EDHEC Business School PhD Studies: an instrument for disruption! Big Data, Machine Learning,...

23-04-2019
On June 4, 2019, in London, the third edition of the EDHEC PhD in Finance Forum will again present the research carried out by the EDHEC PhD in Finance graduates and candidates, encouraging discussion with the community of practitioners and faculty about the results of these original contributions...

22-04-2019
Kim Peijnenburg who joined EDHEC Business School in September 2018 as Professor of Finance has recently published three papers in leading journals, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (October 2018), Review of Financial Studies (forthcoming), co-authored with Gianpaolo Parise (EDHEC...

15-04-2019
This May, the world's leading quantitative finance conference will bring together around 400 global quant experts from banks, buy-side, regulators, Silicon Valley and academia in Vienna and more than 140 expert speakers will discuss the most pressing challenges facing quants today. Amongst these...

15-04-2019
The Adam Smith Workshops in Asset Pricing and Corporate Finance are a regular event organised jointly by EDHEC Business School, HEC Paris, Imperial College Business School, London Business School, London School of Economics and Political Science, Saïd Business School (University of Oxford) and the...

03-04-2019
After Princeton and Seoul, EDHEC-Risk Institute, KAIST, Princeton and Tsinghua Universities – have been jointly participating for the third time in a conference on financial technologies that was just held in Paris on April 2, 2019. Leading experts from the US, Asia and Europe were featured at the...

03-04-2019
New topics for elective courses (and affiliate professors) have been continuously added to the PhD in Finance programme curriculum since its inception. The programme management balances methodological electives with conceptual ones to help students keep abreast of ongoing research debates as well...

01-04-2019
”Encouraging households to hold better-diversified portfolios would not only benefit individual households but also boost economic growth”. Professor Raman Uppal's article entitled "The financial mistakes of households and their social costs", co-written with Professor Harjoat Bhamra has just been...

25-01-2019
On 21 & 22 January 2019, three EDHEC PhD in Finance candidates (executive track), Peck Wah NG, Anmol SETHY and Marat MOLYBOGA successfully defended their doctoral thesis on the EDHEC London campus.  Peck Wah Ng’s thesis is entitled “Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Corporate...

23-01-2019
The 2018 Harry M. Markowitz Award was given to “A New Approach to Goals-Based Wealth Management,” by Sanjiv R. Das, William and Janice Terry Professor of Finance at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business and co-authors Daniel Ostrova, Anand Radhakrishnanb and Deep Srivastavb. ...

13-12-2018
Frank J. Fabozzi, Professor of Finance at EDHEC Business School, member of EDHEC-Risk Institute and dissertation adviser in the EDHEC PhD in Finance programme, has been invited to serve as co-editor with Marcos Lopez de Prado (AQR Capital Management) and Joseph Simonian (Natixis Investment Managers...

06-12-2018
“Trusting the Social Media”  PhD candidate in Finance at EDHEC Business School (executive track), Eric Tham will present his research “Trusting the Social Media” in the behavioural finance session of the 31st Australasian Finance and Banking Conference in Sydney on  Friday 14 December 2018. This...

31-10-2018
Forthcoming in the American Economic Review, Professor Raman Uppal's paper entitled "The financial mistakes of households and their social costs", co-written with Professor Harjoat Bhamra. What their research work shows is that, in addition to the direct benefits of diversification, there are...

15-10-2018
Early October 2018, the new cohort of PhD participants has joined the doctoral programme for the first part of core courses on the London campus. Out of the applicants matriculated this year, 15 are part of the programme’s executive track and two belong to the residential track. One will work as a...

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