Dr Géraldine Bouveret is a Research Associate at the Smith School and Wadham College, University of Oxford. She undertakes her own research across the economics of climate change and mathematical finance.
Prior to joining the University of Oxford, Dr Bouveret submitted her PhD in Mathematics at Imperial College London. The thesis makes a theoretical contribution to the mathematical treatment of problems arising in hedging and portfolio optimisation under weak stochastic target constraints.
She also holds a Master Degree in Financial Engineering from ESSEC Business School and a Master Degree in Mathematics from Université Paris Dauphine and ENSAE ParisTech.
Alongside her academic credentials Dr Bouveret has also built a sound professional experience of several years, cumulated in both the investment banking and insurance sectors, during which she has successfully conducted various research projects in Financial Economics and Risk Modelling.