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Nobel Prize in Economics Conference
An Empirical Tour of Asset Markets
Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen, and Robert Shiller have developed empirical methods and
used these methods to reach important and lasting insights about the determination of asset prices.
Their methods have shaped subsequent research in the field and their findings have been highly
influential for market practice. This evening will be dedicated to the original contributions of the three
2013 Economics Nobel Laureates in better understanding asset prices.
Tuesday 11th February at 6 PM, the EDHEC Financial Event Club will host Giuseppe
BERTOLA and René GARCIA to discuss this fundamental issue.
Giuseppe Bertola, PhD
Dean of the Economics and Finance Department
Professor Bertola received his PhD in economics at MIT. He joined EDHEC
Business School as Professor of Economics in 2011 after holding faculty positions
in the University of Turin, the European University Institute, and Princeton
University. He has advised international organisations such as the European
Commission and the European Central Bank. His current research focuses on
labour, financial market structures and institutions in an international
comparative perspective. He was also a pioneer in the real options research. He
has published in leading economics journals. He has received numerous research
awards and edited for various journals. He serves as Labour Economics
Programme Director of the Centre for Economic Policy Research. He was ranked
7th top economic researchers in France in a 2013 ranking by the French economic
newspaper Les Echos.
René Garcia, PhD
Dean of Graduate Studies
Professor Garcia is a graduate of ESSEC and received his PhD in economics at
Princeton University. Before joining EDHEC in 2007, he was a professor at the
Université de Montréal, where he taught econometrics and finance. He was the
holder of the Hydro-‐Québec chair in integrated risk management and financial
mathematics as well as the recipient of a research fellowship from the Bank of
Canada. He is the co-‐founder of the Journal of Financial Econometrics, published
by Oxford University Press. His research in finance revolves around the valuation
of financial assets, portfolio management, and risk management. In econometrics,
he is interested in nonlinear models and particularly in regime-‐switching models.
René has published his research in leading international journals.