Finance Innovation Governance

The Finance, Innovation and Governance team brings together researchers with various expertise and transversal approaches.

Team members aim to study the various aspects of company management, financial markets and innovation. Research is focused on developing expertise in three key areas:

  • financing and valuing innovative companies,
  • governance styles in innovative companies,
  • the impact of regulatory measures.

By conducting fundamental research and collaborative efforts with working professionals, our team members create and share knowledge necessary for the advancement of businesses and society.

Finance Innovation Governance Team Members

Leader
Bernard Carole
Professor
Leader
Bernard Carole
Professor
Leader
Bernard Carole
Professor
Leader
Bernard Carole
Professor
    Leader
    Bernard Carole
    Professor
      Contacts
      Carole Bernard

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      • 18 Oct Michel Albouy, professeur de finance à GEM

        French Real Estate: Taxation and Low-Income Housing

        Interview: The French government recently suggested it would ask landlords to lower their rent by five euros in order to compensate a decrease in government funding for low-income housing. Michel Albouy, a professor of finance at Grenoble Ecole de...

      • 03 Jul Lamya Kermiche, professeur associé à Grenoble Ecole de Management au département Finance, Innovation et Gouvernance.

        Research: Audit Market Dynamics: the French Perspective on Mandatory Joint Audits

        The audit industry has garnered increasing attention from policy makers, in particular since the demise of Arthur Andersen in 2002. The industry is marked by the fact it has only four major players known as the Big 4. The concentration of audit...

      • 27 Jun

        European CFOs are against Brexit: new Global Business Outlook survey reveals

        European CFOs are overwhelmingly against a British exit from the European Union, the latest round of the Global Business Outlook Survey reveals. More than 75 percent believe it is good for the U.K. to remain in the European Union, and a like number...

      • 30 Mar

        Focus on Carole Bernard, professor in Finance

        Carole Bernard is a new professor of Finance from 2015, expert in Financial Markets and member of the Finance Innovation and Governance team at Grenoble EM. The research department wants to know more than her job and its specificty, her...

      • 18 Jan

        Refugees entering Europe: a positive impact on the economy ?

        The majority of European CFOs believe that refugees entering Europe will have a positive impact on the economy. Nearly 60 percent% of European CFOs believe that accepting migrants will help solve the looming demographic problems their nations face...