Dr. Emmanuel Haven
Report from the Dr. Alex Faseruk Chair in Financial Management Education
In 2019, I was invited to contribute to a Festschrift in honour of Dr. Henry Stapp, and I was also asked to contribute an article to the Synthese Library Book Series. I was an invited speaker at both the 12th International Conference of the Econometric Society of Thailand and the 2nd International Econometric Conference of Vietnam.
With the help of several dedicated colleagues, I have worked on two book proposals and several papers on topics such as scaling features in finance and the mapping of coupled time series, which are under review. With colleagues from Columbia University in New York and Linnaeus University in Sweden, I am preparing a special issue on the topological connections between economics/finance and quantum theory.
Besides those activities, I have been chair of several committees at the Faculty of Business Administration and remain a director of Memorial’s interdisciplinary PhD program. I also remain involved in the student-managed investment fund. I continued to teach courses in basic economics (MBA), financial derivative pricing (MBA and upper undergraduate) and managerial finance (MBA). I also led the Interdisciplinary PhD Colloquium at the School of Graduate Studies.
Finally, I have embarked as lead supervisor (jointly with colleagues from Memorial’s Department of Mathematics, University of Rome – Tor Vergata in Italy and Hellenic Open University in Greece) of a doctoral student who will work on a research topic that sits at the interface of finance and mathematics.