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Research workshops


EFAMA has organised several high profile research workshops for members since 2018. During these workshops a renowned professor or researcher presents recent research results relevant for the European investment industry. 


3 June 2024Firms' profitability and ESG score: a machine learning approachProf. Rita L. D’Ecclesia, Universita di Roma Sapienza
31 October 2023Climate change concerns and the performance of green vs brown stocksKris Boudt, UGent, VUB/A, and Sentometrics
20 June 2023The illusion of control: why financial crises happen, and what we can (and can't) do about itDr Jon Danielsson, Reader in Finance and Director of Systemic Risk Centre, LSE
15 December 2021"The impact of robo advising on individuals’ savings and investment decisions"Marie Brière, Head of the Investor Research Center at Amundi and Affiliate Professor at the Dauphine University in Paris
17 June 2021"Household Portfolios and Retirement Saving over the Life Cycle & Retail Financial Innovation and Stock Market Dynamics: The Case of Target Date Funds"

Professor Jonathan A. Parker, the Robert C. Merton (1970) Professor of Finance at MIT’s Sloan School of Management

16 December 2020“Research on Household Financial Decisions”Professor Laurent Calvet of the EDHEC Business School
4 December 2019“Financial literacy – can it be measured and can it be taught? And if so, how?"Professor Bettina Fuhrmann of the Vienna University of Economics and Business
1 October 2019“A methodology for risk-mitigation techniques for the pension products”Pablo Antolin, Elsa Favre-Baron and Stéphanie Payet of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
23 May 2019“Societal Impact and Financial Performance of Responsible Investments"Professor Sébastien Pouget of the Toulouse School of Economics
28 March 2019“Innovative solutions for the decumulation phase of pension products”Professor Marie Brière of the Investor Research Center at Amundi and Paris Dauphine University
29 November 2018

“What drives Market Share in the Mutual Fund Industry?”


Professor Henri Servaes of the London Business School 





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