Area(s) of Expertise
Augusto Hasman, PhD is an Associate Professor in Finance at the Ecole hôteliere de Lausanne (EHL). Before joining EHL, he was the Executive Director of the Bilateral Assistance and Capacity Building (BCC) Program for Central Banks at the Graduate Institute in Geneva. Dr. Hasman was responsible for developing and monitoring country-specific capacity building Programs for Central Banks in eight developing countries (Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Ghana, Peru, Tunisia and Vietnam) on different topics such as Monetary Policy Formulation and Implementation, Bank Supervision and Regulation, Financial Market development and Operational Risk Management.
Earlier, Dr. Hasman worked as an associate professor of economics and finance at SKEMA Business School (Nice, Sophia Antipolis, France) and Economist at the OFCE (Observatoire Français des Conjonctures Economiques de Sciences-Po, Paris). Dr. Hasman has several publications on Financial Stability and Risk Management.
Funded Research Projects
Hasman, A., Project: Financial Stability in Europe, Date: 2018- , External fundraising: the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Hasman, A., Project: Banking Regulation in the aftermath of the financial crisis, Date: 2013-2017, External fundraising: the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Hasman, A., Project: Financial Crisis in Europe: What to expect from it? Date: 2011-2013, External fundraising: the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture. Hasman, A., Project: Mergers and Acquisitions in the European Banking Sector: Financial Stability and Regulation, Date: 2007-2010, External fundraising: the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture. Hasman, A., Project: A New Framework for Measuring Risk in the Financial System: Basel II, Date: 2004-2007, External fundraising: Project financed by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture.