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Catherine D’Hondt is holder of a PhD in Management Science from the Facultés Universitaires catholiques de Mons (Belgium) & the University of Perpignan (France). As a professor at the Louvain School of Management of the Université catholique de Louvain, she teaches finance in various courses and programmes, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Her main research interests are related to market microstructure and behavioral finance, with a specific focus on both retail and institutional investors’ behavior and trading strategies. She has also conducted work on the long-term implications of MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) for European capital markets. Her papers have been presented at academic and practitioner conferences and published in various refereed journals such as Review of finance, Journal of Asset Management, Finance Letters, Journal of Trading or Banque & Marchés and Revue bancaire et financière.