Christophe Moussu is Professor of Finance at ESCP Business School since 1993, after an experience as visiting scholar at Simon School of Business Administration (University of Rochester). He is passionate about both the production and transmission of knowledge. He is interested in the impact of finance, incentives and laws on the creation and sharing of value in firms. In many contributions, he studies the interaction betweeen labor and financial decisions and instutions. He is the author of numerous articles published in French and international journals and has supervised several doctoral and post-doctoral students. He received an award for his doctoral thesis in 2001 and the SAB award of sustainable finance in 2016. He founded the Finance and Society axis of the LabEx ReFi and acted as academic director of the labEx ReFi for 3 years.
He has organised several international research seminars (ReFi and Law and Finance) as well as numerous conferences and workshops with leading academic partners (NYU, University of Francfort SAFE, ETH Zurich…), public partners (French Ministry of Economics and Finance, European Commission…) and professional associations (EIFR etc.). He has created and is the scientific director for many finance programs at the master and executive levels. He was visiting professor at the European Economic Studies Department of the College of Europe (Bruges) for 7 years.
He is currently ESCP Business School representative for Sorbonne Alliance. He sits as academic expert in the committee assessing the effects of the PACTE Law (attached to France-Stratégie) and in the scientific committee of the think-tank "Droit et Croissance".
Christophe Moussu is an ESCP graduate (class of 88). He is also a graduate of the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Research Master in Financial Economics), the University of Dijon (PhD under the supervision of Professor Charreaux) and the University of Lille (HDR under the supervision of Professor Levasseur).