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  • Le Cercle des économistes


Bertrand Jacquillat, combines a career as a researcher, teacher and leader in the financial sector. His notable publications, such as "Has the macroeconomic risk of interest rates been underestimated?" and "Are stock market redundancies a reality?", reflect his expertise in financial markets, corporate finance and financial economics. His roles include Vice-Chairman of the Cercle des économistes, Co-founder and Honorary Chairman of Associés en Finance, and Professor Emeritus at Sciences Po Paris. He has also held a number of important positions, including Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley and Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He has been a Professor at HEC, Université de Lille and Université Paris Dauphine. He has also held directorships with major companies such as Total and Klépierre. His educational background includes degrees from HEC and Sciences Po Paris, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a PhD in Financial Economics from Université Paris Dauphine. His main publications, notably "Les 100 mots de la Finance", testify to his expertise in the fields of finance, financial economics and organizational economics. Bertrand Jacquillat continues to play an influential role in the world of finance and economics, making a significant contribution to the understanding of financial markets and corporate finance.