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School of Economics and Finance


David Veredas is the professor of financial markets at Vlerick Business School. He teaches an array of finance-related courses (options, financial institutions and instruments, and statistics among others) at the Masters and the Executive MBA.

Broadly speaking, his research is financial risk - namely volatility, tail and systemic risks- and vast dimensional and complex financial systems. He publishes regularly in international peer-review journals on these topics. He teaches (or he has taught) courses at the University of Paris IX Dauphine, Cass Business School (London), the Duisenberg School of Finance (Amsterdam), the Swiss Banking Institute (Zurich), and the New Economic School (Moscow) among others. Moreover he has trained (or he trains) 12 PhD students and 6 post-docs so far. David holds a BA in Economics, a BA in Statistics from University Carlos III de Madrid, a MA and a PhD in Economics from the Université Catholique de Louvain.