Bruno Biais

Toulouse School of Economics

Bruno Biais is Research Professor of Economics and Finance at the Toulouse School of Economics (CNRS-CRM & PWRI-IDEI). His research, on market microstructure, corporate finance and contract theory, has been published in Econometrica, the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies and the Review of Economic Studies. He is currently editor of the Review of Economic Studies, and has been associate editor of the Journal of Finance and the Review of Financial Studies.

He received the Outstanding Referee Award for the Review of Financial Studies, 2003.

Bruno Biais is the director of the Paul Woolley research initiative on capital market dysfunctionality at IDEI in Toulouse. He has been scientific adviser to Euronext, EuroMTS, the European Federation of Fund Management Associations, the London Investment Banking Association and the New York Stock Exchange. He was granted the Paris Bourse Ph.D. dissertation award, the CNRS Bronze medal, and the NYSE award for the best paper on equity trading. He held the Deutsche Bank visiting chair of finance at Oxford University, was Wim Duisenberg Fellow at the European Central Bank, and gave the Rotman Distinguished Lectures at the University of Toronto.

Bruno Biais holds a PhD in finance from HEC and a Master Degree in Philosophy from the University of Paris Sorbonne. He has taught economics and finance in MBA and PHD programs at the University of Toulouse, the London Business School, Oxford University, HEC, Mannheim University, the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam and Carnegie Mellon University.

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