Professor in Finance - Academic Director of Graduate Program M2/MSc Banking, Finance and Fintech

Discipline department
Law, Finance & Control
Teaching area
Quantitative Methods
Paul Griffiths is a Professor of Finance. He joined EM Normandie in 2017. He was awarded a DBA Business Administration from Henley Management College/Brunel University in 2005. His thesis is on aligning information technology with business strategy in banks. His research interests are fintech, governance, artificial intelligence and blockchain in the banking sector. He is the Academic Director of M2/MSc. Banking, Finance & Fintech at Oxford.
2005 : DBA in Business Administration, Henley Management College, Brunel University, Henley-On-Thames, UK
Professional experience

Since 2017 : professor in finance, EM Normandie

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Griffiths, P 2005, The Application of Market Power Theory as a Value  Driver for Information Technology Investment Decisions: A Study of Six Chile an Banks', DBA in Business Administration, Henley Management College/Brunel University, Henley-On-Thames, UK.

PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Griffiths, P 2015, "A Fresh Perspective on the Problem of Induction", The 2015 Review, The Oxford Philosophical Society in Association with Oxford University Department of Continuing Education, Autumn/Winter 2015, pp.10-13 

Academic articles

Griffiths, P & Arenas, T 2014, "Entel: A Case Study on Knowledge Networks and the Impact of web 2.0", Electronic Journal on E-Learning, vol. 12, pp.384-94.

Academic articles

Remenyi, D & Griffiths, P (2009) "The Socratic Dialogue in the Work place: Theory and Practice", Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, vol.7, Issue 1, pp.155-164.

Academic articles

Griffiths, P & Remenyi, D (2008) "Aligning Knowledge Management with Competitive Strategy: A Framework", Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, Special Edition, Edited by Prof Rembrandt Klopper, vol. 6, Issue 2, pp.125-13.

Academic articles

Griffiths, P & Remenyi, D (2003) "Information Technology in Financial Services: A Model for Value Creation", Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, vol. 6, Issue 2, pp. 107-116. 

Academic articles

Griffiths, P 2021, ‘Southern Cone Financial Conundrum: How will banks in Chile and Argentina come out of the COVID-19 pandemic?’, Colloque Umass, June 17-18.

Academic communications

Griffiths, P 2019, ‘The hidden cost of poor governance: The case of selecting the location for a Regional Headquarter’, 15th European Conference on Management Leadership and Governance (ECMLG 2019), Porto, Portugal, November 14-15. 

Academic communications

Griffiths, P 2019, ‘MNE governance: is the location of a regional headquarters a management perk?’, Conference on CSR across the Atlantic : Reviews, Issues & Perspectives, UMASS, Boston, USA, May 22-23.

Academic communications

Griffiths, P & Arenas, T (2014) "Communities of practice: The impact of Web 2.0 technologies", 9th International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL 2014), Universidad Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile, June 26-27.

Academic communications