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Christophe FAUGERE

Accounting, Finance & Economics

Head of Center of Expertise Finance Reconsidered

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Christophe Faugère obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester, USA, in 1993 and a Masters in Mathematical Economics in 1987 from the University of Toulouse, France. He is currently Professor of Finance. Prior to 2011, he was an Associate Professor and Chair of the Finance Department at the UAlbany School of Business, NY, USA. His current research focuses on the integration of mindfulness in finance. He is the co-inventor of Required Yield Theory; one of the most accurate theory for valuing the S&P 500 and gold. He has published in top tier US academic journals such as the Journal of Portfolio Management and Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments. One of his published articles on "Sell Discipline" received extensive coverage in the New York Times and International Herald Tribune in 2004

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    FAUGERE, C., "Connectalism: A New Paradigm for Human Choice" Forthcoming Systems Research and Behavioral Science 2020 Journal article
    FAUGERE, C., "Applying Mindfulness and Compassion in Finance" in Finance Reconsidered: New Perspectives for a Responsible and Sustainable Finance., Bernard Paranque, Roland Pérez Eds, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 299-319, 2016 2016 Book chapter
    BOUZDINE-CHAMEEVA, T., C.FAUGERE, P.MORA, "Wine Tourism in Bordeaux" in Strategic Winery Tourism and Management: Building Competitive Winery Tourism and Winery Management Strategy., Lee, K. Eds, Taylor & Francis Group, Apple Academic Press, 2015 2015 Book chapter
    FAUGERE, C., "Think Tank-Back to the Future: A NanoGold Standard Proposal", Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 2015, vol. 34, no. 5, pp. 53-61 2015 Journal article
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    The Coming U.S. Market Crash of October 2020: Why Should We Care? None Expert’s view
    Finance Reconsidered
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