• Print
CORGNET Brice

Brice CORGNET

Associate Professor of Finance

Economics Finance Control

Brice Corgnet is a behavioral scientist who studies both market and non-market institutions. His work in finance focuses on market design, financial literacy, market efficiency and behavioral finance. Recently, he has put most of his research effort on creating the field of “Cognitive Finance”.

EducationTop

Ph.D. in Economics, University Carlos III Madrid (Summa Cum Laude), 2001-June 2006.

M.Sc. in Banking and Finance, University of Birmingham (Distinction), 2001.

M.Sc. in International Finance, University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV (Highest Honors, rank 1), 2001.

Maîtrise in Economics, University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV (Highest Honors, rank 1), 2000.

AwardsTop

2009: Research Prize, University of Navarra.

2008: IFREE (Vernon Smith Foundation) Grant

2006: Research Grant, Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Económicas.

ExperienceTop

Research Associate Professor:Economic Science Institute, Chapman University -US- (2010-2016)

Assistant Professor:Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University -US- (2011-2016)

Assistant Professor:Business Department, University of Navarra -Spain- (2006-2010)

IFREE Visiting Research Associate:Economic Science Institute, Chapman University -US-, (Fall 2008, Fall 2009)

Visiting Researcher: Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science, George Mason University -US- (Spring 2007)

Scientific CommitteesTop

Referee for Econometrica, Management Science, National Science Foundation, Games and Economic Behavior among many others.

ExpertiseTop

Behavioral Finance

Corporate Finance

Behavioral Economics

Organizational Economics

AssociationsTop

International Finance: Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University.

Upper-division: Fall 2011; Spring 2012 and Fall 2012; Spring 2013 and Fall 2013; Spring 2014; Spring 2015.

Multinational Financial Management: Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University.

MBA: Fall 2014-2015.

Organizational Experimental Economics:International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE)

Graduate workshop: January 2013-2015, ESI, Chapman University.

Economics of Organizations:University of Navarra, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010

Organizational Behavior:Burgundy Business School, 2008-2009, 2009-2010

Microeconomics:University of Navarra, 2006-200, 72008-2009, 2009-2010

Economics of Organizations:University Carlos III, 2004-2006

Asset management:University Carlos III, 2004-2006

Statistics and Econometrics:University Carlos III, 2001-2004

Courses taughtTop

International Finance: Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University.

Upper-division: Fall 2011; Spring 2012 and Fall 2012; Spring 2013 and Fall 2013; Spring 2014; Spring 2015.

Multinational Financial Management: Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University.

MBA: Fall 2014-2015.

Organizational Experimental Economics:International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE)

Graduate workshop: January 2013-2015, ESI, Chapman University.

Economics of Organizations:University of Navarra, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010

Microeconomics:University of Navarra, 2006-200, 72008-2009, 2009-2010

Economics of Organizations:University Carlos III, 2004-2006

Asset management:University Carlos III, 2004-2006

Statistics and Econometrics:University Carlos III, 2001-2004

Research InterestTop

Behavioral & Corporate Finance: experimental asset markets, information aggregation, market efficiency, financial literacy, bubbles and cognitive finance.

Organizational & Labor Economics: incentive theory, intrinsic motivation and personnel economics.

Cognitive & Behavioral Economics: reciprocity models, self-serving biases, cognitive reflection.

Experimental Methods: virtual firms and cloud-based experiments.

Communications & SeminarsTop

“What Makes a Good Trader?”

Experimental Finance Conference, Chapman University; HEC Paris; EM Lyon; EDHEC; AUDENCIA; EM GRENOBLE, January 2016.

“Revisiting Information Aggregation in Asset Markets: Reflective Learning & Market Efficiency”

Experimental Finance Conference, Netherlands, July 2015; Nottingham Business School, July 2015.

 

“Influence Costs and Contract Design”

ASFE Conference, Lyon, July 2015.

 

 “Cognitive Reflection and the Diligent Worker: An Experimental Study of Millennials”

Economic Science Association Meeting Conference, Atlanta, November 2014; Claremont Graduate University, November 2014.

 

“Revisiting the Tradeoff Between Risk and Incentives: The Shocking Effect of Random Shocks”

FUR Conference, Rotterdam, July 2014; USC, LABEL workshop, May 2014; Nottingham University (CEDEX), July, 2015; CREST, January 2016.

PublicationsTop