Two members of the Dauphine academic and research community receive the EUROFIDAI Data Award
Thomas DAVID and Édith GINGLINGER have been awarded this prestigious prize for the best published articles using EUROFIDAI data.
Two members of the Dauphine academic and research community, Thomas David and Édith Ginglinger, received the EUROFIDAI Data Award at the latest annual Paris December Finance Meeting, organized by EUROFIDAI, ESSEC and the AFFI, for their article entitled When cutting dividends is not bad news : The case of optional stock dividends" published in the Journal of Corporate Finance 40 (2016) 174-191.
Édith Ginglinger is Professor of Management at Université Paris-Dauphine where she heads the Master's program (104) for Research in Finance. She was appointed Assistant Dean of Research at PSL in September 2016. Professor Ginglinger has chaired several research centers: the UMR CNRS' CEREG research unit and DRM, the Dauphine Center for Research in Management. She has served as a member of various research assessment bodies (HCERES, ANR, CNRS…), was co-director of the FBF-Dauphine-HEC Corporate Finance research chair from 2008-2013, and member of the AMF's Scientific Advisory Board from 2004-2013. In 2014-2015, she presided over the jury for the French National Agrégation Qualifying Exam for University Professors in Management. She has authored several books and published numerous articles in international reviews such as the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Finance, the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Journal of Banking and Finance, and the International Review of Law and Economics.
Thomas David, received his PhD in Management at Université Paris-Dauphine in 2016, where he specialized in Corporate Finance. His research focuses primarily on corporate cash management. He also carries out research on related topics such as corporate dividend policy, and the client-supplier relationship. Prior to his PhD, Thomas David received a Master's 104 in Finance from Dauphine with a specialization in Research and an engineering degree in Mathematics Engineering from the Graduate School in Computer Science and Mathematics Engineering (EISTI).