Grenoble Ecole de Management
Associate Professor to department Accounting, Law & Finance. Doctorat, Paris IX Dauphine

Areas of expertise

  • Money-Finance


Philippe Dupuy joined Grenoble Ecole de Management in 2009 as associate professor of Finance. His research examines issues related to international finance with special focus to long term valuation of currencies and their pivotal role in asset management. He has published several papers in international academic journals like Australian Economic Papers, Journal of International Money and Finance and Journal of Asset Management. Prior to joining Grenoble Ecole de Management, Philippe Dupuy worked for 13 years as analyst and fund manager at HSBC where he developed and managed currency overlay. During this period, he has been regularly teaching at ESCP-EAP and IEP Paris. Philippe received a Ph.D. in Economics in 2003 from Paris IX Dauphine and was visiting research student at the London School of Economics in 2000.

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