Claire Célérier is an Associate Professor of Finance at Rotman. Claire's research explores how finance can benefit households, investigating the role of innovation and the impact on diversity and inclusion. She addresses these questions taking different perspectives, from behavioral economics, to asset pricing and history. Her work has been published in refereed academic journals, including the Quarterly Journal of Economics, and has raised the interest of several central banks and regulators around the world, such as the European Central Bank and the UK Financial Conduct Authority. Professor Celerier holds a PhD in financial economics from Toulouse School of Economics, an MPhil in Economics from Paris School of Economics and an M.Sc. in Management from HEC Paris. Before her PhD, Claire worked as an Economist in the Banque de France.
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- Institutions and economics