- PhD, Management
Areas of research
Financial Evaluation, Behavioral Finance, Bioeconomy
Dr. Christophe Bouteiller is presently a Full Professor at NEOMA BS and has been a member of its Research Committee. In 2009, he founded the M.Sc. in Finance and International Banking. It was one of the few M.Sc. in Europe to benefit from a partnership with the CFA® Institute and with the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP®). A past head of the Department of Finance, he was from 1992 to 1998 the Director of Sup de Co Reims, one of the leading French “Grande Ecole”.
Christophe teaches in Executive Education programmes and had consulted in the areas of Financial Valuation to numerous international companies as well as International Agencies such as the World Bank (for development projects) and the European Commission (for scientific programmes). Dr. Bouteiller is also co-founder and member of the board of Discinnet Laboratories.
He holds a Master degree in Politics Sciences from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, a M.Sc. in Internal Auditing, and received a doctorate in Management Sciences from the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises. He achieved in 2000-2001 a one-year post-doctoral research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the field of the Evaluation of Intangibles and the Intellectual Capital Monitoring.
Dr. Bouteiller has a long-standing interest in both applied and theoretical issues in Financial Evaluation, and has extensive experience teaching graduate levels of Corporate Finance and Financial Management for MBA students and executives. Member of the faculty for more than 20 years, he had teaching positions at Catholic University of Louvain, and at E.S.A of Beirut. He participates regularly in international conferences, wrote several teaching book and articles and was the winner in 2005 of the Golden Pen award in Finance from the CCMP.