Philipp Krüger

Philipp Krüger is Associate Professor of Responsible Finance at the University of Geneva and holds a Senior Chair at the Swiss Finance Institute. After studying Economics and Finance in Germany, the United States, and France he graduated with a PhD in Economics from the Toulouse School of Economics in 2010. His research interests are in corporate, sustainable, and behavioral finance. His research has been published in all three leading academic finance journals (Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, and Review of Financial Studies) and he is a regular speaker at leading finance conferences worldwide. Professor Krüger’s research has been recognized with numerous awards such as the Moskowitz Prize, a UN PRI Research Award, and most recently an ICPM Climate Change Research Award. He serves on the board of experts for Inrate AG (Zurich) and acts as an academic advisor on sustainable investing to a major Swiss bank.

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