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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Ms Janice Denoncourt
Senior Law Lecturer
Ms Janice Denoncourt is a Senior Law Lecturer at the Nottingham Law School and is also a PhD candidate researching the interdisciplinary field of intellectual property and finance law at the University of Nottingham. Her thesis entitled, ‘True and Fair’ Patent Information: A Corporate Governance Issue? focusses on ‘uncertainty’ and the astonishing lack of reliable corporate information concerning patent assets potentially available for use as security by lenders. Janice was formerly a senior associate with Minter Ellison, in-house counsel of a publicly listed Australian company as well as Legal affairs Manager for a private UK company both of which had substantial IP portfolios. Janice has published in IP Management, the Journal for Intellectual Property Law and Practice, the European Journal of Law and Technology and the Nottingham Law Journal. Janice recently contributed to the IP, Education and Training Appendix A of the Banking On IP? Research report (November 2013) commissioned by the UK Intellectual Property Office and the Department of Business Innovation and Skills. Janice has presented on IP education internationally and has developed and deliver intellectual property law course materials. Nottingham United Kingdom

Nottingham
United Kingdom

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Mr jean Dermine
Professor of Banking and Finance
Research interest in European banking integration, bank regulation and asset & liability management (ALM)

FONTAINEBLEAU
France

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Panos Desyllas
Assistant Professor
Dr Panos Desyllas is Lecturer in Business Economics and Strategy at Manchester Business School. He was a research associate at Cambridge's Centre for Business Research and an Advanced Institute of Management (AIM) post-doctoral research fellow at the Said Business School, Oxford University. He holds a first class BSc in Economics from University College, London and an MPhil in Economics from Churchill College, Cambridge. In 2005 he completed an award winning PhD in Business Economics and Management at Cambridge's Judge Business School, where he was an ESRC and Lloyd's of London scholar. Currently, he is Principal Investigator on an ESRC grant on "Using intellectual property protection to capture value from innovation in knowledge-intensive service firms".

Manchester
United Kingdom

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Prof James Devlin
Professor of Financial Decision Making
James Devliln is Professor of Financial Decision Making in the Marketing Division at Nottingham University Business School. He is also Director of the Financial Services Research Forum.

Nottingham
United Kingdom

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Dr Tiziana Di Matteo
Reader in Financial Mathematics
I am Reader in Financial Mathematics at the Department of Mathematics. My present research interest is on Complex systems and Econophysics, the application of methods from statistical physics, the physics of complex systems and science of networks to macro/micro-economic modeling, financial market analysis and social problems.

london
United Kingdom

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Prof Stephen Diacon
Professor of insurance and risk management
I work as a professor of insurance and risk management at Nottingham University Business School. My research interests include individual and household saving and risk-taking behaviour, risk and risk perceptions, the performance of insurance companies, and enterprise risk management.

Nottingham
United Kingdom

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