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Camille Hebert

Camille Hebert

Assistant Professor of Finance, Department of Management, University of Toronto, Mississauga

Degrees:

Ph.D., Finance, Tilburg University, 2019
Ph.D., Finance, University Paris Dauphine, 2019
M.Sc., Finance, University Paris Dauphine, 2014

Bio

Camille Hebert is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Toronto. She is appointed in the Department of Management at UTM and cross-appointed at the Rotman School of Management. Her research combines insights from finance, labor economics and organizational economics to identify frictions that impede the growth of young firms.

Academic Positions

  • 2019-present

    Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Toronto

Featured Work

Gender Stereotypes and Entrepreneur Financing

Learning in Entrepreneurship

Build or Buy? Human Capital and Corporate Diversification (with Paul Beaumont and Victor Lyonnet)

Acquisitions, Labor Reallocation and Productivity (with Paul Beaumont and Victor Lyonnet)

Research and Teaching Interests

Corporate finance, Entrepreneurial finance, Labor and finance

Honors and Awards

  • 2020

    SSHRC Partnership Grant, Inclusive Innovation and Entrepreneurship Network, ($ 2,446,979),

  • 2019

    Best Paper Award, 10th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference

  • 2019

    Cubist Systematic Strategies Ph.D. Award for Outstanding Research, Western Finance Association

  • 2018

    Larry Lang Best Paper Award in Corporate Finance, European Financial Management Association

  • 2018

    Best Ph.D. Paper Award, ECGC workshop on Governance and Control

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