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  1. opportunity cost / should I even apply? / School's PhD prestige

    Hi people,

    I'd like to get opinions on my dilemma. I am currently doing a mres. Those of you who don't know it's a 12-18 months degree working on a research project culminating in a dissertation....
  2. Re: co-advisor in the business school while not a business school student

    I will apply for admission to Finance programs. I live in Indiana and with Bloomington and Purdue we have two very good Finance programs with great placements. They each only take maybe 5 students...
  3. Re: co-advisor in the business school while not a business school student

    Yeah I've seen one so far to be honest: Matthew Dixon | IIT Stuart School of Business | Illinois Institute of Technology
    and he got his PhD at Imperial College which is, with Oxford and Cambridge,...
  4. Re: co-advisor in the business school while not a business school student

    yes, that's what I wanted to know. I was already familiar with econ students being supervised by finance professors.
    If this is really possible, I would strongly prefer that option.
    I figured I...
  5. co-advisor in the business school while not a business school student

    Hey guys,

    I was wondering if any of you had general information on whether business schools allow their faculty to co-supervise a PhD thesis for a student in another department.

    Say I'm a...
  6. Thread: Roll Call 2016

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    Re: Roll Call 2016

    I'm basically posting this for those who might be in a similiar situation to mine who bombed their ugrad and who recovered later on. I don't know what will work but I applied to lots of schools for...
  7. Re: How do universities perceive an applicant that already holds a Doctorate?

    yeah, I emailed a couple universities about that and they said it's fine.
    As long as the grades are good I'm sure they will see it as advantage.
  8. Re: How do universities perceive an applicant that already holds a Doctorate?

    I may find myself in a similar situation as yours in a couple years. from what I understand your issue is that you're working in finance from the fringes (econ policy impact on financial markets?)...
  9. Poll: Results Re: Paris School of Economics Vs LMU MSc Economics

    based on employability alone, I'd recommend germany.
    1st time I heard about the paris school of economics was when piketty became famous but that's about it.
    if you don't want to do a PhD, living...
  10. Poll: Results Re: Paris School of Economics Vs LMU MSc Economics

    @erp, are you french?
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    Accepted! Re: Master Data Science: ENSAE vs Barcelona GSE

    you know to tell us maybe more about what you want to do careerwise?
    do you want to work in france? europe? the US?
  12. Re: PhD in business school in Quantitative Finance, possible?

    yes that's pretty rare, at the swiss finance institute there are people with PhDs in mathematics but I guess Europe is different from the US.

    I know that Finance programs are extremely selective,...
  13. Re: PhD in business school in Quantitative Finance, possible?

    alright, I have started looking at the journal of finance (their search engine is not very good though)

    is it even possible to get a Finance assistant professor position with a Math PhD? I doubt...
  14. PhD in business school in Quantitative Finance, possible?

    Hi,

    From what i've read asset pricing seems to be the category which is closest to mathematical/computational finance.
    Is it possible to do a PhD in Finance with a strong focus on computational...
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