Vincent studied Mathematics and Economics in Ecole Polytechnique (Paris) between 2007 and 2011. He then enrolled in the doctoral program at the European University Institute in Florence.
Vincent´s research interests lie in financial contracting, intermediation and market structure. His most recent research focuses on (i) the design of central clearing counterparties to mitigate risk in financial markets and (ii) liquidity risk in private equity.
Education: The European University Institute in Florence
Vincent Maurin (2021). Liquidity Fluctuations In Over-the-Counter Markets. Journal of Finance, Forthcoming
Vincent Maurin, Piero Gottardi and Cyril Monnet (2019). A theory of repurchase agreements, collateral re-use, and repo intermediation. Review of Economic Dynamics, vol. 33, pp. 30-56