Sabrina Buti

 

Sabrina Buti is a Professor of Finance at Paris Dauphine University since 2016. Before joining Dauphine, she was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She obtained her PhD in Economics from Toulouse University in 2007. She was a Visiting Fellow at the Swedish Institute for Financial Research (SIFR) in 2006. Her research is focused on market microstructure and in particular on the optimal design and regulation of stock exchanges.  She has been recently working at issues related to market transparency and to the growing magnitude of dark trading.

Jérôme Dugast

Jérôme Dugast is Associate Professor of Finance at Université Paris-Dauphine since 2018. Jérôme graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in 2008. He also holds the ENSAE Diploma and a Master degree in Economics from the Paris School in Economics. Jérôme obtained his PhD in Finance from HEC Paris in 2013. Before joining Dauphine, he worked for Banque de France as a Research Economist, and then at the Luxembourg School of Finance, University of Luxembourg, as a Research Associate. His research focuses on financial market microstructure, information technologies in financial markets, and more generally on the effect of financial frictions on financial markets.

Zoran Filipovic

Assitant professor

Topics of research and teaching: M&A, Private Equity & Venture Capital, Financial Econometrics, Corporate Finance, Behavioral Finance, Textual Analysis

Edith Ginglinger

Edith Ginglinger is Professor of Finance at Université Paris-Dauphine (PSL Université de Paris) and is a research associate at ECGI (European Corporate Governance Institute). She teaches master courses on corporate finance, corporate governance and green finance. Her research interests include boards, loyalty shares, climate risk, seasoned equity offerings, dividend policy, and family firms. She has supervised more than 20 doctoral students, most of them pursuing an academic career. Her research has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Finance, the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Journal of Banking and Finance. She co-directed the FBF-Dauphine-HEC Chair in Corporate Finance and co-organised the Paris Spring Corporate Finance conference. She was a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the “Autorité des marchés financiers”. She was Vice-Dean for Research at PSL in 2016-2017.

 

 

Gaëlle Le Fol

Gaëlle Le Fol is Professor of Finance at Université Paris – Dauphine where she heads the Master 203 – “Financial Markets” (www.master203.com). She is also Resarch Fellow at the CREST (Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique) and scientific director of the FdR Quantitative Management Initiative (www.QMInitiative.com). Her research interests are in financial market microstructure and financial econometrics. Her recent research has included investors behaviors and their impact on the trading characteristics, market liquidity, contagion and systemic risk as well as high frequency algorithmic trading. She teaches financial econometrics and electronic markets.  

Tamara Nefedova

Tamara Nefedova is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Université Paris-Dauphine. She holds a PhD in Finance from the Swiss Finance Institute. Tamara  presented her research work at major finance conferences, like American Finance Association and European Finance Association. Her research was picked up by Reuters and Bloomberg News.

 

Her research interests are empirical corporate finance and capital markets. She mainly focuses on controversial trading practices and conflicts of interests in mutual fund industry and brokerage business. 

Fabrice Riva

Fabrice Riva is a professor of Finance at Université Paris-Dauphine and head of the Master programme “Finance d’Entreprise et Ingénierie Financière” (Corporate Finance and Financial Engineering). His research focuses on market microstructure and asset pricing. He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals on issues suvh as market liquidity and ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds). He is also the author of various books and book chapters, including the reference textbook “Applications Financières sous Excel en Visual Basic” (Financial Modeling using Excel and VBA)