Financial, technological and regulatory innovations have accentuated the complexity of financial markets. To understand it, the availability of data is an essential vector. Technological innovation enables the production, access and analysis of big data. Long-term analysis provides lessons for understanding contemporary contexts marked by frequent crises and strong integration of financial markets.
The work of teacher-researchers in finance analyzes new strategies aimed at consolidating the financial and organizational performance of companies and banks, in particular through the adoption of new technologies and restructuring operations (mergers and acquisitions, privatization, etc.) . The innovation has also induced changes in the payment habits of consumers: the substitution of means of payment poses new challenges to financial systems.
The work also focuses on the role of performance and regulations in the financing of companies, particularly SMEs. They also study the performance of investments in investment funds by questioning the relationship between their cost, their quality and advice. Furthermore, performance can be understood not only from a market logic, but also from a societal perspective through alternative forms of finance.
MEMBERS OF THE FINANCE RESEARCH CENTER
- Dr. Delia Cornea
- Dr. Mohamed kossai
- Dr. Sebastien lemeunier
- Dr. Angelo Riva