|Publication||Year of publication||Type of publication|
|Figge, F., Givry, P., Canning, L., Franklin-Johnson, E., & Thorpe, A. (2017) Eco-efficiency of Virgin Resources: A Measure at the Interface Between Micro and Macro Levels Ecological Economics 138, 12-21||2017||Refereed Article|
|Hichri Selma, Yami Saïd, Givry Philippe et M’chirgui Zouhaïer (2016), Rôle des pépinières, caractéristiques du projet entrepreneurial et croissance des startups TIC : le cas d’un pays en développement. Revue de l’Entrepreuneuriat, à paraître||2016||Refereed Article|
|DuCase Studysy, I. & Givry, P. (2014) Lafuna : dans la peau d'un repreneur. CCMP No. FI-001 PRIX ARIANE-FNEGE ETI 2014||2014||Case Study|
|DuCase Studysy, I. & Givry, P. (2013) DMC : Analyse des emissions de titres d'un leader mondial en difficulte financiere. Case Studye Study CCMP F0511.||2013||Case Study|
Philippe GIVRYFinance & Economics
Philippe GIVRY is an Assistant Professor of Finance and a Wellness Team member. Before joining KEDGE Business School to teach Corporate & Market Financial Engineering, he worked at Montpellier BS, France. He was also a lecturer (initial, continuing and executive education) for several Universities and Business Schools, in France, China, Morocco and Burkina Faso. Philippe received his PhD from Lyon III University (France) in 2008, with a thesis focusing on the ecology of financial markets and the modelling of trading strategies for a resilient market under information asymmetries. He also holds degrees in Finance & Banking, in Econometrics and in Mathematics Applied to Social Sciences. He is involved in business start-up assistance and publishes Business Case Studies (2015 ARIANE-FNEGE Award) and Finance Textbooks. Among others, his research covers Post-Crisis Finance but also Applied Econometrics and the Modelling of Decision-Making for Sustainability and Innovation.