PhD - Professor of Complexity Economics, Franklin University Switzerland, Lugano
Sergio Focardi holds a degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Genoa, Italy, and PhD in Financial Mathematics from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Dr Focardi has taught at major Universities: EDHEC in Nice, University of New York at Stony Brook, Princeton, Pole De Vinci in Paris, Franklin University in Lugano. Sergio is the author/coauthor of 24 books and more than 100 papers on quantitative finance. Sergio and coauthors have developed the theory of qualitative growth and have written extensively on this topic.
Follow a selection of recent papers on qualitative growth:
Sergio Focardi and Frank J. Fabozzi, “Why Should Asset Management Be Interested in New Economic Thinking”, The Journal of Portfolio Management Novel Risk, 2022, 276-295
Frank J. Fabozzi, Focardi, Linda Ponta, Manon Rivoire, Davide Mazza, “The Economic Theory of Qualitative Green Growth”, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, March 2022
Frank J. Fabozzi, Sergio Focardi, and Zenu Sharma, “Investment Management Post Pandemic, Post Global Warming, Post Resource Depletion”, Journal of Portfolio Management, September 2021 Special Issue “Novel Risk”