The House of Finance, is governed by its Director, Elyès Jouini, and a Steering Committee composed of 9 members, representing the full scope of Dauphine fields of study and Dauphine's 6 research centers.
Marlène Benquet is a research fellow at the CNRS and a member of Université Paris-Dauphine's IRISSO research team. She graduated from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and defended her doctoral thesis in 2011 at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris. She is the author of Encaisser, enquête par immersion dans la grande distribution ( hard knocks, an undercover study of mass-market retailing) published by La Découverte. She is currently working on corporate shareholding and different systems for opening up equity to outside investors.
Annick Bienvenu is lecturer in private law, member of Université Paris-Dauphine's Research Board and Director of the Master's program in Banking Law. Her research currently focuses on soft law in banking and finance and more specifically on French and EU monetary and financial regulatory institutions.
Pierre Brugière is lecturer is applied mathematics at Université Paris-Dauphine and a member of the CEREMADE research team. He joined the Dauphine faculty in 2015 after a 20-year career in investment banking, principally in London, where he worked in a broad range of functions from quantitative research to Corporate Finance. His research currently focuses on Machine Learning and its applications in the field of Finance.
Serge DAROLLES is Professor of Finance at Université Paris-Dauphine. Before joining the Dauphine faculty, he worked for Lyxor Asset Management (2000-2012), where he developed mathematical models for a range of investment strategies. He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the AMF (French financial markets regulatory authority) and consultant to the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Banque Paribas the Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique (French atomic energy commission). He holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the Université de Toulouse and a degree in Economics and Statistics from ENSAE Paris.
Edith Ginglinger is Professor at Université Paris-Dauphine where she heads up the Master's 104 in Finance. Her research focuses on corporate finance and corporate governance. She was co-director of the FBF-Dauphine-HEC Corporate Finance research chair from 2008 to 2013, and member of the AMF's Scientific Advisory Board from 2004 to 2013. Professor Ginglinger is a member of various research assessment bodies; she has authored several books and published numerous articles in international reviews such as the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Journal of Banking and Finance, the International Review of Law and Economics, and the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.
Thierry Granger is an expert in international monetary economics. He coordinated Dauphine's Magistère multidisciplinary degree in Banking, Finance and Insurance up to 2013 and currently teaches Microeconomics, Game Theory for Finance, Financial Intermediation, and Corporate Finance. His research focuses on Theoretical Finance and Organizational Theory.
Elyès Jouini has been Vice President of Université Paris-Dauphine since 2004. He is Scientific Director of the Institut Europlace de finance, member of the Executive Committee of the Finance Innovation global competitive hub, and member of The Fondation du Risque's Supervisory Board. Dr. Jouini works at the interface between mathematics, economics and finance. His preferred fields of research include Financial Economics - with a particular focus on Transaction costs, Heterogeneous Beliefs, Aggregation Models, Long Term Risk, and the Term Structure of Interest Rates.
Bertrand Villeneuve is an expert in market analysis: who are the market actors? How do they interact? How does their interaction impact product development and price formation? He has applied his approach to the crucial issue of risk selection in insurance and to commodities markets. His research builds on the basic issues of Risk, Time and Market Strategies.