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Philipp Krüger

Philipp Krüger

Assistant Professor of Responsible Finance
Unversity of Geneva

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Philipp Krüger is an Assistant Professor of Responsible Finance at the University of Geneva and holds a Junior Chair at the Swiss Finance Institute. He is affiliated with the Geneva School of Economics and Management and the Geneva Finance Research Institute, a multidisciplinary research centre located at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Toulouse School of Economics.

His research interests are in corporate, sustainable, and behavioral finance. His work has been published in leading finance journals such as the Journal of Finance or the Journal of Financial Economics. His research has received or been nominated for awards from organizations such as the Principles for Responsible Investment, the BSI Gamma Foundation, Chicago Quantitative Alliance, the Financial Management Association, and the European Financial Management Association. In 2015, he has been awarded the Moskowitz Prize from the University of Berkeley for his outstanding research in the field of sustainable, responsible, and impact investment.

He teaches courses in Corporate and Sustainable Finance at the University of Geneva and is also in charge of organizing the Geneva Summit on Sustainable Finance, a biennial research conference dedicated to responsible and sustainable finance.

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