Michael Brei is presently the Vice Dean for International Relations of the Faculty of Economics, Social Sciences, Geography and Planning (FaSEST). In this position, he is dedicated to foster the internationalization of study programs and the international mobility of students.
Michael Brei also is Director of the Master Program (1st year) in Banking and Finance (Master - Monnaie, Banque, Finance, Assurance). The Master Program is an ideal opportunity for students seeking employment in the banking and regulatory sector. It equally combines teaching by academic staff and professionals from the banking sector. The Program is also open for foreign students with basic skills in French.
Alphonse Noah, Thesis Director, University of Paris Nanterre, Thesis title: “Banking Stability, Financial Digitalization, Informal Economics and Natural Disasters: Four Issues in Political Economics”, in co-direction with Michel Boutillier (50%), 2015-2019.
Malcolm Buamah, External Examiner, The University of the West Indies, Title: “Impact of International Financial Regulation on Economic Growth of African and Caribbean Countries”, 2023
Aurélien Violon, External Examiner, University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, Title: “Essays in Economics of Banking”, 2021
Kindy Alexis, External Examiner, University of the Antilles, Title: “Governance and Growth in Small Island Developing Countries”, 2021
Robert Ezekiel Steward, External Examiner, The University of the West Indies, Title: “Bank Stability and Economic Growth: Trade-Offs or Opportunities?”, 2020
Jitka Lesanovska, External Opponent, Charles University et Czech National Bank. Thesis title: “Interbank Markets, Monetary Transmission and Bank Efficiency, 2018.