Governance and Financial Markets
Researchers in the Governance and Financial Markets theme are interested in a wide range of topics related to both capital markets and the governance of both private and public organizations. This diversity reflects the wide range of expertise within the theme, whether in market finance, portfolio management, market regulation, risk management, organizational governance, accounting, econometrics, macroeconomics or public policy.
Moreover, the strength of the theme's research team is the ability to combine these areas of expertise for the analysis of cross-cutting or specific situations or problems. Indeed, in recent years, researchers in the Governance and Financial Markets theme have carried out numerous projects requiring the integration of different and complementary knowledge and skills, whether in the analysis of the possible repercussions of different budget rules on the evolution of the budget deficit, the scope and implications of the advent of robotic financial planning advisors, the issues underlying the evolution of the workforce in the financial sector or the governance of public and private pension plans.