Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DETAILS

Professor Dr Christophe Claude A. Schinckus


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • PhD doctorate degree in Economic Sciences, UNIVERSITY OF PARIS 1 - PANTHEON-SORBONNE, France
  • PhD Doctorate Degree in Philosophy of Science, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom
  • Master's Degree in Economic Epistemology, UNIVERSITY OF PARIS 1 PANTHEON-SORBONNE, France
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Senior Fellow, BRITISH HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMY, United Kingdom
  • Management Engineer, UNIVERSITY OF LIEGE, Belgium
PUBLICATIONS
(Title of publication in APA style)
Book
2017
  • Jovanovic F. and Schinckus C. (2017), Financial Economics and Econophysics: An Emerging Dialogue, Oxford University Press
Article in Journals
2019
  • Nguyen C., T. Dinh T.S., Schinckus C., Bensemann J. and L. T.L Thanh, “Global Emissions: A New Contribution from the Shadow Economy", International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, Vol.9 (3), 320-337. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Nguyen C., Schinckus C., Nguyen N., and Su T.D. The influence of Foreign Direct Investment on Productivity: An Institutional Perspective”. The Journal of Economics Finance and Administrative Science, Forthcoming. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Su T.D., Nguyen C. and Schinckus C. Impact of Foreign Direct Investment, Trade Openness and Economic Institutions on Growth in Emerging Countries: The Case of Vietnam. Journal of International Studies, Forthcoming (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Nguyen C., Schinckus C. and Nguyen Th. (2019) “Institutions, Economic Openness and Stock Return Co-movements: An Empirical Investigation in Emerging Markets”, Finance Research Letters, vol. 28(C), pages 137-147. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Nguyen C., Schinckus C. and Dinh T.S (2019) “Economic Integration and CO2 Emissions: Evidence from Emerging Economies”, Climate and Development, Forthcoming (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Gasparin M., Schinckus C and Green W. (2019) Thinking outside the Box to Get inside the Black Box: Alternative Epistemology for Dealing with Financial Innovation, Social Epistemology, (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Nguyen C., Schinckus C. and Nguyen Th(2019), “Google Search and Stock Returns in Emerging Countries", (with Nguyen C. and T.S. Dinh), Borsa Istanbul Review, forthcoming. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Nguyen C., Schinckus C. and Su T.S (2019) “Do Economic Openness and Institutional Quality Influence Patents? Evidence from GMM systems estimates", International Economics, vol. 157 (1), 134-169. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Gasparing M. and Schinckus C. (2019). For the Love of Green: Between Ecology and Dollar. The Anthropocene Review. Forthcoming. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Jovanovic F., Mantegna R.N and Schinckus . (2019). When financial economics influences physics: The role of Econophysics. International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol. 65. 78-101. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Gasparin M., Schinckus C. and Green W; (2019). Shaping success through creative failure: A historical sensemaking analysis of the computerisation of the UK financial market, Business History, Forthcoming
  • Kolp M, Wautelet Y. , Schinckus C. and Seng H.(2019) “Epistemological Aspects of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering”, International Journal of Agent Technologies and Systems, Forthcoming.
  • Schinckus C. (2019) “Agent-based modelling and economic complexity: A diversified perspective”, Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies, forthcoming.
  • Akbari M., Schinckus C. and Clarke S., “Corporate Social Responsibility in Sustainable Supply Chain Management: An Econo-Bibliometric Perspective”, Theoretical Economics Letters, Vol.9 (1), p.1-24.