Rémi Victorin: ‘This DBA is one of the most important landmarks in my career’
- Friday July 31st, 2020
- Posted by: Jean Jacque CELESTE
- Category: Non classifié(e)
- What has been your experience during your two years at the Doctoral School?
My two years at the Doctoral School have been extremely informative and enriching. The chief reason is that Professor Bischoff, who is a French-state accredited research supervisor, has helped me to identify an optimal research methodology and analytic approach.
- Can you tell us more about the subject of your DBA?
Though it was not initially my intention, the subject relates very much to contemporary affairs. At the outset I planned to work on financial crises, with the 2008 subprime crisis as my central focus. In the first part of the DBA I planned to discuss the origins of the crisis and the solutions adopted. In the second part I was planning to propose solutions to prevent and deal with future crises. However recent events have made me revise my plans. The world is still in shock from the current, devastating health crisis, which is taking its toll on our economies.
- Has the DBA had an impact on your professional plans? How is your chosen subject connected to your career?
The DBA has given me the opportunity to research my chosen subject, reflect on my career path and meet professionals in the sector. So it has really helped me develop my network. Getting my DBA is crucial for me as I’m certain it will help me provide my future clients with the right advice in terms of investment in financial products. As these products are increasingly complex, a DBA recognised by the IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education) is essential.