Keyvan Kiani

Doctorant - Optimal regulation in economics and finance: a game-theoretical approach
  • Keywords

    Bank regulation and stress tests, generalized games, optimal regulation, environmental policy, financial regulation

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Keyvan Kiani

Doctorant - Optimal regulation in economics and finance: a game-theoretical approach

Keyvan KIANI

Welcome to my webpage!

I am a teacher at IESEG School of Management in the Finance Department. I officially joined in September 2019 as a teacher and doctoral researcher.

I am currently finishing my PhD at Université de Lille, in the Lille Economics Management (LEM) research laboratory, under the fantastic supervision of Prof. Yann Braouezec.

Prior to September 2019, I received my Master of Science from Sorbonne University in September 2016, and I was a Visiting Student Research Collaborator at Princeton University, in the department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering from December 2016 to September 2017.

I did my undergraduate studies at Lycée Louis-le-Grand, and I was a student at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon where I received a Bachelor of Science, and Ecole Normale Supérieure - Ulm where I received a Master of Philosophy.

Recent News:

  • New paper out with Yann: A Generalized Nash Equilibrium Problem arising in banking regulation: An existence result with Tarski’s theorem.
  • New paper out with Yann: Strategic foundations of macroprudential regulation: preventing fire sales externalities.
  • New paper out with Yann on Generalized games with shared constraint.