Ariane Reyns is a Ph.D. student at the CERMi-ULB. Her thesis is jointly supervised by Marek Hudon and Koen Schoors (UGent). She started in October 2020 as a teaching assistant for advanced corporate finance courses. Since February 2021, she’s pursuing her research with a 2x2 FRESH grant from the FNRS. Her topics of interest are economic resilience and complementary currencies. More specifically, her Ph.D. dissertation aims at understanding the resilience potential of complementary currencies, and on a smaller level, the driving factors behind the use of such currencies. Ariane graduated from the ULB with the Research Master in Economics degree and holds a bachelor’s degree in applied economics from the VUB.
Economics & Environnement
Complementary currencies | Local currencies | Small and medium businesses | Economic resilience
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