I am Associate Professor of Finance at ESSEC Business School. I earned my PhD in Economics from the University of Montreal in 2008. My research interests include asset pricing, financial econometrics, quantitative economics, statistics, behavioral finance and portfolio choice. I currently teach ''Discrete Time Asset Pricing'' at the PhD level and "Advanced Derivatives" for MSc students. Prior to my PhD studies in Economics at the University of Montreal, I studied Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics and Economics, both at the University of Dschang in Cameroon and the ENSEA of Abidjan in Ivory Coast. My PhD thesis research was funded by many grants including from the Montreal Institute of Mathematical Finance (IFM2) and the Centre for Interuniversity Research in Quantitative Economics (CIREQ).