Geneva Finance Research Institute
The Geneva Finance Research Institute is a multidisciplinary Finance Research Institute located at the University of Geneva that focuses on two main research topics: Portfolio Management and Corporate Governance. Its research themes build on the role that Geneva as a financial center plays in Portfolio Management and on the Corporate Governance concerns of society at large. The Institute’s research is multidisciplinary and encourages synergies between the GSEM, Law, Psychology and Science of Education.
The Geneva Finance Research Institute collaborates in particular with the Center for Banking and Financial Law and the National Center for Research in Affective Sciences, both located at the University of Geneva. The Institute is fully integrated within the Swiss Finance Institute and pursues research and educational activities in finance that are complementary to the goals and missions of SFI in terms of achieving academic excellence in finance among SFI partner universities. The Institute also engages in knowledge transfer activities such as conferences, seminars and public debates on finance topics related to Portfolio Management and Corporate Governance.
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