foto Francisco Jose Climent Diranzo
FRANCISCO JOSE CLIMENT DIRANZO
PDI Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Knowledge area: FINANCIAL ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTANCY
Department: Financial and Actuarial Economics
Despacho 5D05 - Facultad de Economía - Avda. de los naranjos s/n - 46022 - Valencia
(9638) 28384
Biography

Francisco José Climent Diranzo (Llombay-Valencia,1969). Professor in Accounting and Financial Economis at University of Valencia (Department of Financial and Actuarial Economics). Business Sciences Degree (1990), Bachelor in Economic and Business Sciences (1992) and PhD in Economics (1999) from the University of Valencia.

His research focuses on quantitative methods in Financial Economics, has published in international journals like Journal of Financial Markets, Energy Policy, International Review of Economics & Finance, Journal of Business Ethics, Quantitative Finance, Financial Analysts Journal, Journal of Business Research, Mathematics, Sustainability, Economic Research or Service Business, as well as in National journals such as Spanish Journal of Finance and Accounting, Spanish Review of Financial Economics, Investigaciones Económicas, Cuadernos de Economía or Revista de Estudios Cooperativos (Revesco). In addition, he has been a Principal Researcher in competitive projects funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Generalitat Valenciana and private institutions. He has recognized four sexenios' research.

The teaching activity has focused on subjects related to Financial Mathematics, Equity Markets, Banking Management and Financial Econometrics, both in the Bachelor's and Master's degrees. It has recognized five five-year teaching and in 2014 it won the Award for Teaching Excellence in the XIX Edition of the University-Society Awards of the Social Council of the University of Valencia and recognized by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of the Generalitat Valenciana. For the teaching activity developed in the period 2012-2017, he obtained the Excellent Qualification in the DOCENTIA Program.

He has been the director of the Interuniversity Doctorate Program in Banking and Quantitative Finance and the director of the Master in Banking Management.

Subjects taught and teaching methods
35949 - Bank analysis and managementComputer Classroom, Practices, Theory
36238 - Fixed-income operations and marketsPractices, Theory
42209 - Research projectWork end of studies
Tutorials
First semester
Friday de 10:30 a 13:30. DESPACHO 5D05
Second semester
Thursday de 08:30 a 11:30. DESPACHO 5D05
Observations
You participate in the electronic tutoring program of the Universitat de València
Academic training
Journal Publications
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Projects
Thesis, minor thesis and research reports