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25 November 2020

The AMF presents its 2020 Young Researcher Award in economics to Pauline Gandré

The AMF launched the Young Researcher Award in 2015 to support academic research on topics related to regulation and the financial markets. This year the award will be presented to Pauline Gandré, Assistant Professor at the University of Paris-Nanterre.

Pauline Gandré

This year, the AMF has awarded its Young Researcher Award in Economics to Pauline Gandré for her work on the role of anticipation in financial crisis and the effects of post-crisis reform on derivatives markets. The Prize will be officially presented to the winner during the AMF's Scientific Advisory Board meeting on 12 January 2021, at which she will present her research.

The AMF Young Researcher Award, worth €5,000, acknowledges the work of researchers aged under 35 on economic and financial topics of interest to the securities regulator.

Pauline Gandré is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Paris Nanterre, and a member of the EconomiX Laboratory. Her research activities focus in particular on the expectations of economic agents and their impact on financial markets, as well as the impact of regulatory reforms on derivatives markets. She is a graduate of Ecole Normale Supérieure and holds the agrégation qualification in Economic and Social Sciences. She obtained her PhD in Economics in 2016.

Pauline Gandré's research work can be consulted on the following website:

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