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Doctoral School in Economics, Finance and Management

Aims and Focus

The Doctoral School in Economics, Finance and Management aims at providing doctoral candidates with a high-caliber research environment meeting the standards of the best universities in Europe and North America. The doctoral candidates will focus on developing their ability to cope with new, original research questions and address them with up-to-date quantitative tools and methods. The objective is to train highly skilled professionals and to contribute to the dissemination and advancement of knowledge in economics and finance.

Through the collaboration of the School’s researchers with private partners as well as local and international public institutions, the doctoral candidates will have the opportunity to exchange with external experts and organizations.

The interdisciplinary nature of the School offers candidates a rich training environment and diversity of research topics, as well as a better opportunity of academic and professional placement within and outside Europe. The four research programs cover the following topics:

Economics (CREA)

focusing on regional development, economic integration, environment policies, international economics, labor economics, macro finance, macroeconomic growth and dynamics

Finance (LSF)

focusing on quantitative finance, risk management and financial governance, corporate finance, behavioral finance, law and finance, Islamic finance

Business Administration (CREA)

focusing on Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Audit, Accounting, Strategy, Organization Behavior, Corporate Governance

Operations Management (LCL)

focusing on quantitative modeling and empirical methods. Topics of interest include revenue management and pricing, inventory control, decision making over time under uncertainty

 

The working language is English.

Head

  • Head DSEFM: Pierre Picard (Center for Research in Economic and Management)

 

Contacts

Pierre M Picard

Head of DSEFM et Theme director for Economics

Roswitha GLORIEUX

Programme administrator: dsef@uni.lu