Dr. Emmanuel Haven
Dr. Alex Faseruk Chair in Financial Management
In 2022, my co-editing of a special issue with Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, one of the flagship journals of The Royal Society, neared completion. The special issue will contain a set of what we believe are good papers, notably from top-notch researchers such as Constantino Tsallis (well-known for Tsallis Entropy and Tsallis distribution), amongst others.
I have been leading the development of a new research centre, the Centre for Quantum Social and Cognitive Science (CQSCS), which is expected to be officially announced later in 2023. Among the centre’s activities will be the production of a new journal focused on the interface between quantum methods and economics.
I also became an academic editor of the journal, PLoS One.
I have continued teaching the business economics course in the master of business administration (MBA) program and, from this year, have started teaching the course, Managerial Finance, also to MBA students.
I continue teaching the interdisciplinary (ID) colloquium in the School of Graduate Studies. This is essentially a short survey course for incoming ID PhD students. I continue my work as director of the ID PhD program across the university.
Whilst supervision continues on my two doctoral students in the ID PhD program, I have embarked on master’s thesis supervision with one graduate student from the newly established master of data science program (jointly offered by the departments of Mathematics and Computer Science) and one graduate student from Physics and Physical Oceanography. I also engaged in supervising thesis work for master’s students in our own master of science (M.Sc.) in management program.
Within our faculty I have engaged with several committees (promotion and tenure; dean search). I am also involved in the dean search for the School of Graduate Studies.