Faculty
Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND

Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND

Associate Professor
Summary
Dr. Raphaël Homayoun Boroumand holds a MSc in Applied Economics from Dauphine University, an MBA from Kogod School of Business, American University (Washington D.C.), and a Ph.D in Applied Economics from EHESS-Paris. Since 2013, he is Associate Professor at PSB Paris School of Business, and Lecturer in Executive Education at Dauphine University. His research interests lie in the area of regulation and competition in energy markets. Prior to joining academia, Dr. Raphaël Homayoun Boroumand worked for several years as a strategy consultant and economist for major consulting firms in the US and Europe. He is co-author of "20 idées reçues sur l'énergie" (de boeck, 2015). He is often quoted on energy issues by french and international medias (press, TV, radios).

Profile

Degree

  • Ph.D in Economics (graduated in 2010)

Teaching department

  • Economics and Business Information

Research department

  • Economic and Financial Performance

Chair department

  • Energy Risk Management

Expertises

Economics
Energy economics

Publications

Book
Title Authors Source Date
20 idées reçues sur l'énergie Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Stephane GOUTTE De Boeck 01/2015
Academic communication
Title Authors Source Date
Intra-day hedging with financial options: the case of electricity Stephane GOUTTE, Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND Applied Economics Letters 02/2017
Electricity Retail Competition: The Case of the UK Phillip CARTWRIGHT, Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND International Journal of Global Energy Issues 01/2017
Jumps and volatility dynamics in agricultural commodity spot prices Stephane GOUTTE, Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Simon PORCHER Applied Economics 01/2017
Risk minimisation: the failure of electricity intra-day forward contracts Stephane GOUTTE, Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Simon PORCHER International Journal of Global Energy Issues 01/2017
symmetric evidence of gasoline price responses in France: a Markov-switching approach Stephane GOUTTE, Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, simon PORCHER Economic Modelling 01/2016
A Conditional Markov Regime Switching Model to Study Margins: Application to the French Fuel Retail Markets Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Stephane GOUTTE, Simon PORCHER EnergyStudiesReview 01/2015
Asymmetric evidence of gasoline price responses in France: a Markov-switching approach Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Stephane GOUTTE, Simon PORCHER Economic Modelling 01/2015
Electricity markets and oligopolistic behaviors: The impact of a multimarket structure Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND Research in International Business and Finance 01/2015
Hedging strategies in energy markets: the case of electricity retailers Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Stephane GOUTTE, Simon PORCHER Energy Economics 01/2015
A regime switching model to evaluate bonds in a quadratic term structure of interest rates Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Stephane GOUTTE Applied Financial Economics 01/2014
Correlation evidence in the dynamics of agricultural commodity prices Raphaël Homayoun BOROUMAND, Thomas PORCHER, Stephane GOUTTE, Simon PORCHER Applied Economics Letters 01/2014