Florian is currently a research scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management where he cofounded the Aggregate Confusion Project. His research interest covers sustainable investing with a focus on ESG ratings, the disagreement between different rating agencies, and how it affects investors, firms, as well as academic research.
He received his PhD in economics from Paris-Dauphine University. During his PhD, he held a visiting research position at ETH Zurich. Florian worked as a quantitative researcher at Amundi Asset Management and as a quantitative strategist/ trader at Alphadyne Asset Management. He taught at Paris-Dauphine University, Sciences-Po Paris, and MIT Sloan.
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