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REZAEE Amir

Amir REZAEE

Department of Finance
Professor in Finance

Faculty position :

  • Associate Professor

Contacts :

ISG International Business School
147 avenue Victor Hugo
Paris 75016
Tél: + 33 1 56 26 10 10
amir.rezaee@isg.fr


Amir REZAEE is an associate professor of Finance at ISG Business School (Paris) since September 2010. He holds a PhD in Finance and is specialized in the field of historical finance.

  • His primary research interests revolve around financial markets (role, microstructures, mechanisms and regulations) and application of Modern Financial Theory in historical data. He has also published papers in international academic journals on these subjects. He is currently member of a research project financed by the French government dealing the questions concerning financing SMEs through the markets.
  • His teachings concern corporate finance and commodities future markets.
  • Teaching Areas

    • Course1: Corporate Finance
    • Course 2: Financial Markets
    • Course3: Commodities Futures Markets
    • Course4: Portfolio Management
    • Course5: Financial Market Microstructures
    • Course6: Financial Calculus

    Research Interests

    • Interest1: Financial market microstructures
    • Interest2: Historical finance
    • Interest3: Portfolio management

    Education

    • 2010 : PhD in Finance, University of Orléans, France, « Performance and Efficiency of the French Corporate Bond Market during the 19th Century».

    Teaching Experiences

    • 2008 – 2010: Teaching assistant at EDHEC Business School-Lille
    • 2007 – 2008: Teaching and research assistant at University of Orléans
    • 2006 – 2007: Teaching and research assistant at South Brittany University

    Publications

    Articles

    • A.Rezaee, « Is the proof of the pudding in the eating? » Comparaison entre l’Alternative Investment Market et Alternext », Revue d’Economie Financière, n° 114, 2014
    • A. Rezaee, P. Lagneau-Ymonet and A. Riva, « Aux Sources de l’Histoire Sociale des Profession Boursières : les Archives du Personnel de la Compagnie des Agents de Change de Paris », Entreprises et Histoire, forthcoming, 2014.
    • A. Rezaee and Marc Mazodier: «Are sponsorship announcements good news for the shareholders? Evidence from international stock exchanges», Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, vol.41-5 (pp 586-600), 2013.
    • A. Rezaee, Creation and development of a market: The Paris corporate bond market in the 19th century, Entreprises et Histoire, n°67, 2013

    Professional Articles

    • Coupe du monde : à quoi sert le sponsoring ? À pas grand-chose d'après les marchés..., Nouvel Observateur, 16 juillet 2014
    • Vous voulez investir en Bourse ? Ces 3 idées reçues pourraient vous coûter cher, Nouvel Observateur, 16 mai 2014
    • Le Trading Haute Fréquence, une méthode de spéculation ultra rapide... et ultra dangereuse, Nouvel Observateur, 18 avril 2014
    • Candy Crush rate son entrée en bourse : pourquoi les marchés ont raison de douter, Nouvel Observateur, 27 mars 2014.
    • «La régulation des marchés financiers pendant et après la crise : spécificités françaises», Commerce in France, n°78, Winter 2010/2011.

    Scholarly Books

    • La fin de la Bourse , FYP editions,2013.

    Conference Presentations

    • A. Rezaee, “Financing of corporate sustainability strategy”, International Seminar on Innovation and Sustainability, Universidade Positivo, Curitiba, Brazil, August 2014.
    • A. Rezaee, “Financing the new entrepreneurship”, International Forum in Sustainability and Entrepreneurship (Empresar 2013), Universidade Positivo, Curitiba, Brazil, May 2013.
    • A. Rezaee, “How to regulate a Financial Market? The impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse”and “French Investment in Russia in the Late 19th Century: A Modern Portfolio Theory Explanation”,16th Annual Congress of the European Business History Association (EBHA), EHESS, Paris, August 2012.
    • A. Rezaee, “How to regulate a Financial Market? The impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse”, XVIth World Economic History Congress, Stellenbosche University, July 9-13, Stellenbosche, July 2012.
    • A. Rezaee, “How to regulate a Financial Market? The impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse” and “The Stock-Bond Co-movements in the Paris Bourse: Historical Evidence”, 61th Congress of the French Economic Association (AFSE), Université Paris II, Paris, July 2012.
    • A. Rezaee, “How to regulate a Financial Market? The impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse - Stock Markets in Historical Perspective”, Pre-Session Seminar, Nova School of Business & Economics, May 25-26, Lisbon”, Portugal, May 2012.
    • A. Rezaee, “The Stock-Bond Co-movements in the Paris Bourse: Historical Evidence”, 4th European Stock Market History Conference (Eurhistock), University of Cologne, March Bonne, Allemagne, March 2012.
    • A. Rezaee, “How to regulate a Financial Market? The impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse”, 4th European Stock Market History Conference (Eurhistock), University of Cologne, Bonne, Allemagne, March 2012.
    • A. Rezaee and D. Le Bris.,“The Stock-Bond Co-movements in the Paris Bourse: Historical Evidence” December 2011, EUROFIDAI-AFFI Finance Meeting, Paris, December 2001.
    • A. Rezaee, “Creation and Development of a Market: The Paris Corporate Bond Market in the XIXth Century”, IDHE Seminar, University Paris X, Paris, February 2011.
    • A. Rezaee,“How to regulate a Financial Market? The impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse”, FRESH Meeting, Belfast, April 2010.
    • A. Rezaee, Mifid ante litteram: the Impact of the 1893-1898 regulatory reforms on the Paris Bourse”, DIME Workshop « Innovation and the Design of Financial Systems », Paris, March 2010.
    • A. Rezaee ,P-C Hautcoeur and A. Riva., “The Impact of the End of Monopoly on the Paris Bourse, 1893-1898, Lessons from a Natural Experiment “, 7th EIF Annual Forum (Europlace), Paris, December 2009.
    • A. Rezaee, “Creation and Development of a Market: Paris Corporate Bond Market during 19th Century”, XVth World Economic History Congress, Utrecht, Netherlands, Poster Session August 2009.
    • A. Rezaee, « The French Foreign Investments in the late 19th Century; A Modern Portfolio Theory Analysis », Séminaire du Laboratoire d’Economie d’Orléans (LEO), Orléans, France, June 2009.
    • A. Rezaee, “French Corporate Bond Market during the 19th Century”, European Stock Markets in Historical Perspective (Eurhistock) first seminar, University Carlos III Madrid, Spain, April 2009.
    • A. Rezaee, “The Performance of the Corporate Bonds Market in the Paris 19th Century Bourse”, 12th Annual Congress of the European Business History Association (EBHA), Bergen, Norway, August 2008.
    • A. Rezaee, “The Efficiency of the French Bond Market during the 19th Century”, Seminar of Laboratoire d’Economie d’Orléans (LEO), Orléans, France, June 2008.
    • A. Rezaee, « The Performance and the Efficiency of the Corporate Bond Market in the Paris 19th Century Bourse », International Conference of AFFI (French Finance Association), ESC School of Business-Lille, May 2008.
    • A. Rezaee, « The Transformation of Financing Structure in France during XIXth century », .3th Seminar of MACROFI (Inter-university network of research on Financial Macroeconomics), Université Lumière-Lyon 2, ENS-LSH Lyon, May 2007.
    • A.Rezaee, « Analysis of Performance of the French index funds, International Conference of AFFI, La Défense,.June 2005.
    • A.Rezaee, « The Performance of the French Index management; 1990-2003 », Seminar of Laboratoire d’Economie d’Orléans (LEO), May 2005.

    Professional Associations

    Member of different research projects:

    • Since 2011, «SMEs and their financing by market in France and in the UK», project financed by the Observatory of SMEs financing by Markets.
    • 2007-2011, « Paris, a Financial Cluster in Global Competition», Head of project Prof. Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur. (Paris School of Economics and EHESS-Paris), project financed by the Paris City Council.
    • 2009-2010, « Impact of the Mifid directive on the Paris Stock Exchange (Euronext-Paris) », Head of project Prof. Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur Financed by Paris-Europlace Institute.
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