Date: Tuesday, 9 May 2023, 14:00-18:00 CET
Convenor: EU*Asia Institute at ESSCA School of Management, France.
Venue: ESSCA School of Management, Angers (1 rue Lakanal) & online

The conference will be held both in-person and online. If you would like to attend the event in person, please send an email to

Join us for this exciting event and meet the new members of ESSCA's EU*Asia Institute.


This year's EU*Asia Institute Newcomers' Conference will showcase the research of 7 new members on a range of different topics covering all of the EU*Asia Institute's areas of expertise: European integration, sustainability, innovation and Asia.

It is a valuable opportunity for participants to learn from experts in different fields, network and explore new research opportunities.

  • Dr Camila Villard Duran, ESSCA, From debt to payment data: the legal mutations of money and the international monetary system in a world crypto economy

Camila Villard Duran is an international legal expert with an interdisciplinary research background in law, economics, money and finance. Her research areas include global economic governance and international law, the regulation of money and finance, and the regulation of cryptocurrencies and cryptomarkets. In her contribution, Camila will discuss the complex legal issues surrounding the changing legal nature of money in a world crypto economy and how these technological changes and global politics can affect the legal structure of the international monetary system.

  • Prof Maik Hüttinger, ESSCA, MiFID II/MIFIR and CMU – The European Oxymoron

Maik Hüttinger joined ESSCA in 2022 as a Professor of Economics. His research areas cover various fields, including ethics and the regulation of financial institutions and markets. He will present his current research project, which examines two approaches to economic and financial policy-making within the EU: Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and the Capital Markets Union (CMU).

  • Dr Jean Langlois-Berthelot, Sciences Po, Paris. ’Strategic anticipation’ in Chinese scientific and institutional literature

Jean Langlois-Berthelot holds a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and a Global Master in Management (LSE). Currently a Strategic Anticipation Envoy (defense-funded fellowship) at Stanford University, he will soon join Hong Kong Polytechnic University for several months of field research. His talk will deal with a current research project on ‘strategic anticipation’ in Chinese scientific and institutional literature.

  • Dr Lorna Ryan, School of Policy and Global Affairs, City University of London, The regional dimension of EU policy making and the role of the European Union's Committee of the Regions in the development of European space policy.

Lorna Ryan has been based at the School of Policy and Global Affairs, City University of London, UK, since 2008. She has an ongoing interest in processes of European integration, particularly focused on EU research policy, on European space policy and on gender equality in public policy, especially relating to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). She will present her current research project which considers the regional dimension of EU policy making and explores the role of the European Union's Committee of the Regions in the development of European space policy.

  • Dr Katia Picaud-Bello, ESSCA, The role of Purchasing and Supply Management in Innovation and Sustainability

Dr Katia Picaud-Bello is the Head of Master Purchasing and Supply Chain Management at ESSCA, with research focusing on the role of purchasing in innovation and sustainibility projects, technology sourcing, supplier relationship management, and circular supply chains. She was the coordinator of the Erasmus + PERISCOPE project. In her presentation, Dr Picaud-Bello will give insights into the critical role that purchasing and supply management play in driving innovation and sustainability initiatives in organisations.

  • Dr Dejan Glavas, ESSCA, Behavioral & Experimental Accounting, Corporate Finance: Valuation, Capital Budgeting & Investment Policy

Dejan Glavas is a finance professor at ESSCA. His research interests lie in climate finance and corporate social and environmental responsibility. In his presentation, he will be discussing the integration of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into corporate valuation, drawing on a survey of over 300 European financial executives on best practices in integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into corporate valuation.

  • Noam Leandri, ADEME, The Macroeconomic Impact of a Green Finance Shock

Noam Leandri is an economist with expertise in green finance and the green economy. He served as a financial advisor in the cabinets of the ministers of housing and ecology before becoming the Secretary General of ADEME in November 2016. In his presentation, Noam will discuss the macroeconomic impact of a green finance shock, using the ThreeMe model which is used to estimate the macroeconomic effects of energy transition scenarios and ecological tax measures. The presentation will review the main elements of the ThreeMe model and describe the additions proposed to better integrate the issue of financing the economy and ‘green’ activities.

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