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Jean-Noël Barrot, docteur en finance le plus prometteur de l'année

3 juillet 2013

Titulaire d'un PhD à HEC, Jean-Noël Barrot a été désigné comme l'un des docteurs en finance les plus prometteurs de l'année 2013 dans le cadre du "Top Finance Graduate Award 2013" qui se tenait le 31 mai 2013 à l'école de commerce de Copenhague (CBS). Il inscrit son nom à ce palmarès aux côtés de quatre autres lauréats issus des plus prestigieuses institutions mondiales : Harvard, Stanford, Berkley et Chicago. Après cette reconnaissance internationale, il s’apprête à à rejoindre le MIT en tant que Professeur assistant. 

Promising future for PhD Student in Finance, Jean-Noël Barrot

Each year, the award recognizes the graduates specializing in financial economics pursuing degrees in any field of study, e.g. business or economics, whose dissertation and broader research potential carry the greatest promise of making an impact on finance practice and academia. Before being awarded by Lars Rohde, Governor of the Central Bank of Denmark, Jean-Noël presented his most recent research that covers the effect of trade credit on competition and entrepreneurship and the behavior of individual investors during the recent financial crisis.
 
Jean-Noël has spent the past five years at HEC Paris researching entrepreneurial finance. “Writing a PhD thesis at HEC Paris has been very rewarding,” he says. “I really believe that faculty members invest a lot in students. Thanks to their guidance and support, I had the opportunity to present my work in major academic conferences around the world.” Jean-Noël’s research articles were presented to around 20 universities in the US and in Europe. His work was also awarded London Business School’s 2012 Coller Prize in Private Equity Research and the 2013 AFFI-Fnege Prize.
 
What’s next? The prestigious MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)! He has accepted a position at the Sloan School of Management as Assistant Professor of Finance after also receiving job offers from Harvard Business School, Yale School of Management and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.


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