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Prof. Stavros A. Zenios: The risks from climate change to sovereign debt in Europe

The KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence at the University of Cyprus is pleased to announce the lecture of the internationally recognized Professor Stavros A. Zenios, from the University of Cyprus.

Stavros A. Zenios is Professor of Finance and Management Science at University of Cyprus, Member of the Cyprus Academy of Sciences, Letters, and Arts, Senior Fellow at the Wharton School Financial Institutions Center (USA), and Non-resident Fellow of Bruegel (Brussels). He is the author of two books and numerous scholarly articles in leading international journals in risk management, financial engineering, and management science. He received awards for work on the performance of financial institutions and was recipient of the 2006 EURO Excellence in Practice Award for work on personal financial planning. His work on financial modeling and robust optimization is cited extensively. His book with Patrick Harker on the «Performance of Financial Institutions» (Cambridge University Press) was translated in Chinese, and in 1997 he received the INFORMS prize for his book with Yair Censor «Parallel Optimization» (Oxford University Press). He served two terms as president of UNICA- Universities of the European Capitals and Rector of University of Cyprus, where he was the first Dean of the School of Economics and Management. He also served as vice-chairman of the Cyprus Council of Economic Advisors and on the Board of the Central Bank of Cyprus.

The risks from climate change to sovereign debt in Europe” is the first lecture of the KIOS Distinguished Lecture Series for 2021, a series of lectures that hosts world-class researchers who are specialized in technology and innovation fields.

The lecture will take place on Thursday, 14 Octrober 2021 at 12:00 in Room 010 (Social Facilities Building 7), at the University of Cyprus,  or via zoom:

The lecture is open to the public. More information and details about the lecture can be found here.