Christophe REVELLI

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Christophe REVELLI is Professor of Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing at Kedge Business School. He is also the holder of the CANDRIAM/KEDGE “Finance Reconsidered: Addressing Sustainable Economic Development” research chair, and board member at French Social Investment Forum (French SIF). He founded in 2016 and managed during 6 years the first European Master (MSc Sustainable Finance) fully dedicated to the integration of sustainable issues and criteria into financial decisions. He graduated from the University of Montpellier (Ph.D. in Management Sciences). His courses focus exclusively in the field of responsible, sustainable and green finance, the critical approach of modern financial theory as well as impact investing (Impact Investment Challenge; Sustainable Finance; Sustainable Investment Strategies; Impact of Investments and Extra-Financial Performance). He also proposes numerous intra-trainings for asset managers or investment funds on how to implement sustainable strategies into financial practices. His research interests are focused on the integration of sustainability and business ethics models in corporations and financial system. The main objective of his research is to make propositions for new financial instruments serving the objective of embeddedness of finance into economics and thus society and biosphere (ESG data and information, sovereign green bonds, ecological risk-free asset, ESG and climate risk modeling in asset pricing, regulation of financial institutions, drivers of sustainability for corporations to fulfill SDGs…). He is an active member of several research and professional networks (Post-Crisis Finance Network PoCFin, SDSN, RIODD, AREF, New Finance and Sustainability New FAS…), and also very active in the media, where he publishes numerous contributions (Marianne, Le Monde, Alternatives Economiques, L’Infodurable, Novethic, Management, Le Figaro, La Tribune, Libération, The Huffington Post, The Conversation, The Financial Times, Xerfi Canal, RTL, Europe 1…) Christophe REVELLI received in 2012 the RIODD-VIGEO research prize for his Ph.D. entitled “Financial Performance of Socially Responsible Investing (SRI): Meta-analytical approach” and the SAB Trophy 2015 for the best article in Sustainable Finance for his article “Should Consider Islamic Investors SRI Criteria in their Investment Strategies?”. His paper "Financial performance of SRI: What have we learned? A meta-analysis" has been awarded by the journal Business Ethics: A European Review as the 2nd best paper published by the journal in the 2015-2020 period. He also received the FIR-PRI award 2018 for the best European pedagogical innovation in Sustainable Finance (for the MSc Sustainable Finance). Her master's thesis student Mélanie Comble received also the FIR-PRI award 2019 for the best master thesis in Sustainable Finance.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    BEN LARBI, S., C. REVELLI, "Corporate Social Performance (CSP) in Time of Economic Crisis", Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, 2021, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 913-942 2021 Journal article
    REVELLI, C., "Preface" in Emporwement et Finance., Ed., Editions l'Harmattan, chap. Préface, pp. 11-18, 2021 2021 Book chapter
    LAGOARDE-SEGOT, T., C. REVELLI, "Quels instruments financiers pour l'Agenda 2030 ? L'éclairage de la Théorie Financière Ecologique", Entreprise et Société, December 2020, vol. 2, no. 8, pp. 103-140 2020 Journal article
    CASSELY, LUDOVIC, L., C. REVELLI, S. BEN LARBI, A. LACROUX, "Sustainable development drivers of companies: An international and multilevel analysis", Corporate Social Responsibilty and Environmental Management, 2020, vol. 27, pp. 2028-2043 2020 Journal article
    PARANQUE, B., C. REVELLI, "Ethico-Economic Analysis of Impact Finance: The case of Green Bonds. Research in International Business and Finance, 47, January, 57-66.", Research in International Business and Finance, 2019, vol. 47, pp. 57-66 2019 Journal article
    VIVIANI, J.-L., M. FALL, C. REVELLI, "The Effects of Socially Responsible Dimensions on Risk Dynamics and Risk Predictability: A Value-at-Risk Perspective", Management International, 2019, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 141-157 2019 Journal article
    PARADAS, A., C. REVELLI, C. DEBRAY, J. -M. COURRENT, M. SPENCE, "Pratiques responsables des dirigeants de PME : influence du profil du dirigeant", Revue de l'Entrepreneuriat, 2017, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 197-228 2017 Journal article
    REVELLI, C., "Logique d’encastrement de la finance dans l’Éthique : Cas de l’investissement socialement responsable (ISR).", Entreprise et Société, 2017, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 167-196 2017 Journal article
    REVELLI, C., "Socially responsible investing (SRI): From mainstream to margin?", Research in International Business and Finance, 2017, vol. 39, pp. 711-717 2017 Journal article
    ERRAGRAGUI, E., C.REVELLI, "Is it costly to be both shariah compliant and socially responsible?", Review of Financial Economics, 2016, vol. 31, pp. 64-74 2016 Journal article
    REVELLI, C., "A Critical Analysis of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI): Meta-Debate and Development Perspectives" in Finance Reconsidered: New Perspectives for a Responsible and Sustainable Finance., Bernard Paranque, Roland Pérez Eds, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 145-178, 2016 2016 Book chapter
    REVELLI, C., "Re-embedding financial stakes within ethical and social values in socially responsible investing (SRI)", Research in International Business and Finance, 2016, vol. 38, pp. 1-5 2016 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Finance

    • Sustainable Finance
    • Impact Investing
    • ESG Risk Management
    • Sustainable Investment Strategy
    • SDGs Investing
    • Climate Risks
    • Critical Perspectives in Finance
    Research domains

    Sustainable Development

    Business Ethics

    Corporate Finance

    CSR

    Economics

    Financial Accounting

    Kedge Insights
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    Other
    La France doit porter une mobilisation responsable des leviers monétaires et financiers européens ! Thomas LAGOARDE-SEGOT Expert’s view
    Finance Reconsidered
    Crise du Covid-19 : Une occasion inédite de réorienter notre économie financiarisée vers l’économie réelle par les critères Environnementaux, Sociaux et de Gouvernance ? None Expert’s view
    Finance Reconsidered
    Plaidoyer pour une métamorphose vitale Arnaud LACAN Expert’s view
    Finance Reconsidered
    Enseigner une finance durable et responsable None Xerfi video
    Finance Reconsidered
    Sortir de la financiarisation : enseigner l’économie et la finance autrement None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    La finance responsable a le vent en poupe ! None Xerfi video
    Finance Reconsidered
    Finance responsable et durable : le monde académique se doit d’agir None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    The academic world must take action for more responsible, sustainable finance None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    Au temps de l’argent roi, où en est la finance solidaire en France ? None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    La finance verte permet-elle aux investisseurs de faire de la finance d'impact ? None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    Responsible green finance: can investors make a real social impact? None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    A Finance Reconsidered Proposal None Video publication
    Finance Reconsidered
    Finance autrement None Video publication
    Finance Reconsidered
    Trump Donald… ou Picsou ? Les marchés nous prennent-ils pour des « Mickey » ? None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
    Pourquoi et comment la Finance doit revenir à plus de responsabilité ? None Published in The Conversation
    Finance Reconsidered
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