PhD – Faculty Research Expertise

The EDHEC PhD in Finance programme faculty is an exceptional team of international scholars who hold prestigious qualifications, distinctions and appointments. More importantly, faculty members have been making significant contributions to the field of financial economics, furthering theory and impacting practices through research, consulting, and executive education.



Programme faculty consists of world-class specialists in finance, asset management, and economic and financial modelling. It brings together EDHEC Business School’s senior economics and finance scholars, and affiliate professors from top research institutions around the world such as Chicago Booth, Columbia, Duke, Imperial College, Princeton, Wharton or Yale University. 

Faculty has an outstanding track record of publications in and editing for the most respected journals in financial economics, a rich experience of research supervision and executive education, and a history of senior-level engagements with private and public sector organisations.






31.01.2023 - Master
Meet a student: Utrecht, Paris, Seoul, Dublin, Berlin and soon, Berkeley, portrait of a student globetrotter
David Schouten joined EDHEC’s MIM Global Economic Transformation & Technology in 2021 after a bachelor’s at Utrecht University. In the midst of his professional immersion, David tells us all about his experience in the programme.    
30.01.2023 - EDHEC
Discover the results of the 1st Barometer on connected health
30 January 2023 - Bristol Myers Squibb France and EDHEC Business School today unveiled the results of the first barometer on connected health (in French) conducted by Ipsos.

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26.01.2023 - EDHEC
Read the 6th CNNum dossier about interactions at work between Humans & Machines
Created in 2011, the National Digital Council (CNNum) is responsible for questioning the relationship between humans and digital technology. This independent commission is made up of 4 parliamentarians and 15 members, including, since February 2021, Olga Kokshagina, associate professor at EDHEC. In December 2022, she published - with her 3 co-authors - the 6th dossier of the CNNum entitled "Humains & Machines. Quelles interactions au travail ?".  

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