Nathalie Janson is an associate professor of economics in the Finance department at NEOMA Business School. She earned her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Paris I-La Sorbonne in collaboration with the ESSEC PhD program. She teaches courses in Economics, Money and Banking, Banking Regulation, and Fintech Regulation in the English Track programs. She was a pioneer in the use of online learning platforms, testing the Aplia platform dedicated to economics in France in 2003. Aplia was created in 2000 by Paul Romer, a professor at Stanford, and was acquired by Cengage Learning in 2007.
Furthermore, her research focuses on monetary policy, banking regulation, and cryptocurrencies. The results of her research have been published in academic journals such as the World Economy, Géoéconomie, Banque et Stratégie/Revue Banque. She has been a presence in the media since the Greek crisis in 2015 and, since 2019, particularly on issues related to cryptocurrencies and regulation.