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ERWAN MORELLEC is Swiss Finance Institute Professor and Professor of Finance at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland. He is also the Head of the SFI Léman Centre, the Head of the SFI nation-wide PhD Program, and a CEPR Research Fellow. Formerly on the faculties of the Simon School of Business of the University of Rochester (USA) and HEC Lausanne (Switzerland), he holds a Ph.D. in Finance from HEC Paris.
Professor Morellec is most active in the areas of corporate finance and banking and has taught several courses on these subjects to undergraduate, MBA, and doctoral students. His recent research examines the effects of prudential regulation on banks' insolvency risk or the effects of financial market imperfections on corporate investment, financing, and risk management decisions. His research has been presented at major academic conferences and seminar series around the world and is published in top rated academic journals such as the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Economic Theory. He has received several research and teaching awards.
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Enseignement & Phd
- Financial engineering,
- Doctoral Program in Finance
Ce cours fournit un cadre d'analyse pour examiner les décisions financières des entreprises. Les séances de cours et d'exercices abordent les méthodes d'évaluation des actifs, les choix de projets d'investissement, les choix de portefeuilles décisions de ...MINEUR, 2018-2019, Semestre automne, language : anglais
Management de la technologie, 2018-2019, Master semestre 1, language : anglais
Management de la technologie, 2018-2019, Master semestre 3, language : anglais
The aim of this course is to expose students to important papers in the literature on corporate finance.The objective of the course is to give you a working understanding of key papers and to expose students to solution techniques to be applied in their o...Finance (edoc), 2018-2019, language : anglais