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French Finance Association (AFFI) Conference 2017

As usual, my summer conferences season kicks off tomorrow, with the French Finance Association (AFFI) Conference 2017, organized this year by University of Grenoble Alpes.

Here is the detailed (very nice) program: link

I will present my paper on “Initial conditions and the private debt renegotiation process“.

Presentation slides are available on figshare / slideshare

Looking forward to see all my collegues in the field of finance from France and from abroad.

And the social program looks very exciting 🙂

Finance Bulletin inaugural issue is out !

As one of the associate editors (check the full editorial board here) of the journal, it’s a great pleasure to announce that the first inaugural issue of the Finance Bulletin is out !

You can find it here !

Finance Bulletin is a journal promoted by the French Finance Association (AFFI) and publishing short papers in all areas of Finance (corporate finance, investments & market finance, banking and related fields). Articles are published as soon as they are accepted on an electronic platform. They are all immediately and freely available to the readers.

You can learn more about the the journal here, as well as about the aims & scope here

Augustin Cournot Doctoral Days #ACDD2017

A few days after…

The 14th (already !) edition of the (more and more famous each year) Augustin Cournot Doctoral Days ACDD 2017 was a fantastic event and a great success !

The 2nd year PhD Candidates from our Augustin Cournot Doctoral School did an excellent job…

Making me, as the Deputy Director of the School, very happy & proud !

Check out more HERE on the ACDD 2017 !

I am already looking forward to the next year 15th edition of the ACDD 2018 !

Qualification MCF 2017 CNU 06

En complément de mon billet sur les postes de MCF ouverts en 2017 (ici), voici quelques chiffres concernant la session de qualification MCF 2017 pour la section 06 (source : variance-cnu06.org):

Au niveau des Maîtres de conférences, les résultats sont les suivants :

  • 473 candidats (454 en 2016)
  • 326 candidatures recevables et examinées (326)
  • 200 qualifiés, soit 61 % (184 en 2015, soit 56%).

Un rapport détaillé sur cette session, rédigée par Variance, est disponible sur leur site (sous Archives).