The DNA of the Louis Bachelier Group (ILB, FdR, IEF) and its network is research, that aims to promote sustainable development in Economics and Finance.
We currently host more than 60 programmes in four societal transitions: environmental, digital, demographic and financial.
More than ever, there is a need for cooperation between academia, business and the public authorities. The Louis Bachelier network exists to promote the exchange of knowledge and to develop public-private-academic collaborations.
Together, we seek answers for a world in transition.
The “ILB Brief” series continues with this fourth issue labeled Women@ILB. In this issue, the research work of Caroline Hillairet, Researcher in Applied Mathematics at the “Finance and Insurance” Laboratory of CREST and Academic Fellow at the Institut Louis Bachelier, on the dynamic modeling of random phenomena.
With the emergence of new technologies in the banking and insurance sectors in particular, finance is undergoing a major change – hence the name of this interdisciplinary programme. Finance and Insurance Reloaded (FaIR) supports and encourages innovations resulting from new technologies (ranging from Artificial Intelligence to blockchain) in the finance and insurance sectors.
The Green and Sustainable Finance (GSF) programme aims to strengthen the multidisciplinary research dynamic in relation to green and sustainable finance in France. It includes seminars, conferences, working groups and calls for proposals. This IRP will address societal and political issues such as financing the energy transition, the fight against climate change and the stability of the financial system in the face of climate risks.
The Real estate Finance and Economics (ReFinE) research network was launched in January 2019. Its aim is to promote academic research on the theme of commercial real estate. The project is jointly led by the Institut Louis Bachelier, the public authorities (Treasury Department) and actors in the real estate industry (iRead, MSCI and ASPIM).