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Jean-Edouard Colliard


Assistant Professor of Finance
HEC Paris

Areas of expertise

  • Banking
  • Banking regulation
  • Financial regulation
  • Marekt microstructure

Jean-Edouard Colliard is an Associate Professor of Finance at HEC Paris. He obtained a PhD in 2012 from the Paris School of Economics. His main research areas are banking theory and market microstructure, with a focus on regulatory issues. His recently published papers deal with topics such as financial transactions taxes, bank capital requirements, the European Banking Union, and systemic risk. Jean-Edouard received the 1st SUERF/Unicredit & Universities Foundation Research Prize 2013, the "Young Researcher Award" 2015 of AMF (French Securities markets authority), and the "Young Researcher in Economics" Award of Foundation Banque de France in 2017.


Selected publications

  • Multinational Banks and Supranational Supervision, with Giacomo Calzolari and Gyongyi Loranth. Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming.
  • Strategic Selection of Risk Models and Bank Capital Regulation. Management Science, Forthcoming.
  • Financial Transaction Taxes, Market Composition, and Liquidity, with Peter Hoffmann. Journal of Finance, Vol. 72 (6), 2017.
  • Catching Falling Knives: Speculating on Liquidity Shocks. Management Science, Vol. 63 (8), 2017.
  • Where the Risks Lie: A Survey on Systemic Risk, with Sylvain Benoît, Christophe Hurlin and Christophe Pérignon. Review of Finance, Vol. 21 (1) 2017.
  • Trading fees and efficiency in limit order markets, with Thierry Foucault. Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 25 (11), 2012.

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