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Caroline Gans Combe

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Statut(s) Professeur associé (associate professor)
École INSEEC Grande École
Date de recrutement 01.06.2018
Axe de recherche Inseec U Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
Axe de recherche INSEEC Grande École Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
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Parcours et expériences

2009 - Current

Expert Consultant (Either Independently or as Programme Manager/Director Within Reihoo)
Reihoo

 

Main Activities and Responsibilities:
Provides and develop expert advice & training for international innovation and project funding (more : www.reihoo.com).
Provides projects’ financial, scientific (for EC & agencies – since 99, ANR – since 2006, AAL since 09) and/or ethical assessments.
Implemented for DG Research the data protection and privacy ethical guidelines for applicants – ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/docs/privacy.doc &
http://ebookbrowse.com/caroline-gans-combe-ethical-issues-dataprotection- and-privacy-in-the-7th-framework-programme-pdfd33341854
Designed AAL expert – http://www.aal-europe.eu/.
Deploy and managed high level projects (78 projects managed)

2015 - Current

Lead senior researcher
INSEEC U

 

– Lead senior researcher & co-coordinator on the DEFORM project, H2020 research project on the financial valuation of the impact of research misconduct: deform-h2020.eu
– Lead Senior Researcher: PRO-RES EU H2020 project (2018 – 2021)
Research Fields : valuation of intangible assets and particularly data, their usages and architectures – valuation of risks and best governance practices (business ethos, data ethos) – models and methodologies to implement accounting valuations of good practices and risk avoidance policies.

2008 - 2009

Expert Consultant – Interim General And Program Manager – Research Financing & Conduct Of Change 5 Months Assignment
The Paris- Dauphine Foundation – Dauphine University, Paris (75), France – 3.6 M € Budget

 

Main Activities and Responsibilities:
– Conduct of change in an administrative environment including putting into play proper governance and risk management policies.
– Design and Implementation of a global innovation financing strategy (including the deployment of dedicated funds as well as fundraising policies)
– General day to day management (budget establishment, staffing, procurement management)

Type of Business or Sector:
University Foundation

Publications

    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Article classé
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 2019

    Responsibility Within Without: The Challenges of Misconduct and Quality Insurance in Scientific research

    This paper deals with the social costs of research misconduct and is based on findings from the European DEFORM Project (2017). Responsibility in scientific research is a complex amalgam, requiring demarcations along two major axes. Who are the actors (from researchers within the science sector, to external governance agencies)? What are the key quality considerations (those “intrinsic to science”, relative to “extrinsic” societal purposes)? We then exploit this framework to motivate innovative procedures of “extended peer community” dialogue around science quality, in this way reframing public, private and collegial responsibility.

    • Co-auteur(s) Martin O'Connor, Faucheux S., Gans Combe C., Vasiliki Petousi
    • Revue(s) Revue française d'administration publique 2018/2 (N° 166), pages 333 à 351
    • Classement(s) CNRS 4

Autres publications

    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Chapitre d'ouvrage
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 2020

    Data Protection: Economics

    This handbook is a ‘one-stop shop’ for current information, issues and challenges in the fields of research ethics and scientific integrity. It provides a comprehensive coverage of research and integrity issues, both within researchers’ ‘home’ discipline and in relation to similar concerns in other disciplines. The handbook covers common elements shared by disciplines and research professions, such as consent, privacy, data management, fraud, and plagiarism. The handbook also includes contributions and perspectives from academics from various disciplines, treating issues specific to their fields. Readers are able to quickly source the most comprehensive and up-to-date information, protagonists, issues and challenges in the field. Experienced researchers keen to assess their own perspectives, as well as novice researchers aiming to establish the field, will equally find the handbook of interest and practical benefit. It saves them a great deal of time in sourcing the disparate available material in these fields and it is the first ‘port of call’ for a wide range of researchers, research advisors, funding agencies and research reviewers.The most important feature is the handbook’s ability to provide practical advice and guidance to researchers in a wide range of disciplines and professions to help them ‘think through’ their approach to difficult questions related to the principles, values and standards they need to bring to their research practice.

    • Titre de l'ouvrage Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity
    • Editeur(s) Springer International Publishing
    • Année de parution 2020
    • Numéro de parution Edition Number 1
    • Coordination du chapitre d'ouvrage Ron Iphofen
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Chapitre d'ouvrage
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 2020

    Data Protection: Transfer and urbanisme

    This handbook is a ‘one-stop shop’ for current information, issues and challenges in the fields of research ethics and scientific integrity. It provides a comprehensive coverage of research and integrity issues, both within researchers’ ‘home’ discipline and in relation to similar concerns in other disciplines. The handbook covers common elements shared by disciplines and research professions, such as consent, privacy, data management, fraud, and plagiarism. The handbook also includes contributions and perspectives from academics from various disciplines, treating issues specific to their fields. Readers are able to quickly source the most comprehensive and up-to-date information, protagonists, issues and challenges in the field. Experienced researchers keen to assess their own perspectives, as well as novice researchers aiming to establish the field, will equally find the handbook of interest and practical benefit. It saves them a great deal of time in sourcing the disparate available material in these fields and it is the first ‘port of call’ for a wide range of researchers, research advisors, funding agencies and research reviewers.The most important feature is the handbook’s ability to provide practical advice and guidance to researchers in a wide range of disciplines and professions to help them ‘think through’ their approach to difficult questions related to the principles, values and standards they need to bring to their research practice.

    • Titre de l'ouvrage Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity
    • Editeur(s) Springer International Publishing
    • Année de parution 2020
    • Numéro de parution Edition Number 1
    • Coordination du chapitre d'ouvrage Ron Iphofen
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 04.02.2020

    Behavioural research collecting data from social media and internet sources : challenges and solutions

    • Nom de la conférence ”Ethics matters” Conference
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence February 4th 2020
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Chapitre d'ouvrage
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 2019

    Observing and evaluating full costs of ‘research misconduct

    • Titre de l'ouvrage Responsible Organizations in the Global Context - Current Challenges and Forward-Thinking Perspectives
    • Editeur(s) Palgrave Macmillan
    • Co-auteur(s) Gans Combe C., Catherine Kuzla, Faucheux S.
    • Année de parution 2019
    • Numéro de parution Edition Number 1
    • Coordination du chapitre d'ouvrage Annie Bartoli, Jose Guerrero, Philippe Hermel
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 19.06.2019

    Ethics issues in Finance and Economics – High-Level discussion in Finance and Economics

    Within the ProRes project

    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence Belgium, Brussels, 19th June 2019
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 04.06.2019

    Enhance education achievements to achieve trust: a case study on the use of data science to model and re-establish trust toward academia

    The World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation (WCRIF) was established in July, 2017, as a non-profit organization with its official seat in the municipality of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    The first five World Conferences on Research Integrity were convened before the creation of the Foundation. They were organized by co-chairs and planning committees.

    The mission of the WCRIF is to promote research integrity through support for the ongoing organization and development of the World Conferences and all related activities. The WCRIF fulfills this mission by:
    - promoting the continuation of World Conferences on Research Integrity on a regular schedule;
    - ensuring organizational continuity between conferences;
    - maintaining a World Conferences on Research Integrity website; and
    - publishing and disseminating guidance or policies agreed to at World Conferences on Research Integrity.

    • Nom de la conférence WCRI Conference
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence China, Hong-Kong, 4th June 2019
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 29.05.2019

    A data science based model to enhance education achievements to achieve growth

    • Nom de la conférence Colloque Chaire UNESCO Chaire UNESCO de Formation de professionnel/-les du développement durable
    • Sylvie Faucheux
    • Chapitre d'ouvrage
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 2019

    Social Costs of Non-Responsible Research

    This chapter addresses a double set of issues: (1) research misconduct of persons and organisations directly engaged in the practice of scientific research and (2) responsible research, meaning activities of discovery and innovation respectful of wider societal values. These two topics are clearly intertwined; but they are not the same. Drawing on results of the European DEFORM Project, we clarify the distinction between, and the inter-relations of, these two concepts. To highlight misconduct relative to “internal” standards of good science, we look at the phenomenon of research fraud. Then we turn to the call for responsible innovation relative to contemporary ecological and societal challenges of sustainability. Although two domains engage distinct considerations of integrity and responsibility in society, we can link them with a broad vision of “social costs” provoked by non-responsible research, thus providing a unified framework for addressing quality assurance for science in society.

    • Titre de l'ouvrage Responsible Organizations in the Global Context - Current Challenges and Forward - Thinking Perspectives
    • Editeur(s) Palgrave Macmillan
    • Co-auteur(s) Faucheux S., Gans Combe C., Catherine Kuszla, Martin Paul O'Connor
    • Année de parution 2019
    • Page(s) Chapter: 11, pp.199-219
    • Numéro de parution Edition Number 1
    • Coordination du chapitre d'ouvrage Annie Bartoli, Jose Guerrero, Philippe Hermel
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 26.11.2018

    Influence Behaviours and Enhance Best Practices to Promote Sustainability by Demonstrating the Impact and Cost of Non-Sustainability: Towards a Model to Evaluate the Full Cost of Non-Durable Business Practices, the Research Misconduct Case

    The ongoing H2020 European research project “DEFORM: Determine the global and financial impact of Research Misconduct” includes within its objectives to work on a cost model to give a value to non-sustainable practices in research and innovation, this to make visible the full costs of short termist malpractices in such fields. In order to do so, the project has deployed a number of innovative decision -making IT tools including the deployment of an international database intending to provide a comprehensive definition of what is the perimeter as well as predictors of research & innovation misconduct to enhance/ease such adverse practices detection and mitigation by creating new models of responsible research governance and processes. The present paper presents the results achieved by the project during its first operational phase.

    • Co-auteur(s) Gans Combe C., Catherine Kuszla
    • Nom de la conférence Care Innovation Conference
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence Austria, Vienna, November 26 - 29, 2018
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 09.07.2018

    Big data en santé : enjeux éthiques et juridiques

    ESOF (EuroScience Open Forum) is the largest interdisciplinary science meeting in Europe. It is dedicated to scientific research and innovation and offers a unique framework for interaction and debate for scientists, innovators, policy makers, business people and the general public.

    Created in 2004 by EuroScience, this biennial European forum brings together over 4 000 researchers, educators, business actors, policy makers and journalists from all over the world to discuss breakthroughs in science. More than 40% of the participants are students and young researchers.

    • Nom de la conférence ESOF (EuroScience Open Forum)
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence France, Toulouse, 9 - 14 juillet 2018
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 15.07.2017

    What are the costs of nonresponsible research

    • Nom de la conférence ROGC Conference
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence USA, Washington DC, 15 – 16 June 2017
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 28.05.2017

    Towards an eco – systemic approach of research misconduct

    The World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation (WCRIF) was established in July, 2017, as a non-profit organization with its official seat in the municipality of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    The first five World Conferences on Research Integrity were convened before the creation of the Foundation. They were organized by co-chairs and planning committees.

    The mission of the WCRIF is to promote research integrity through support for the ongoing organization and development of the World Conferences and all related activities. The WCRIF fulfills this mission by:
    - promoting the continuation of World Conferences on Research Integrity on a regular schedule;
    - ensuring organizational continuity between conferences;
    - maintaining a World Conferences on Research Integrity website; and
    - publishing and disseminating guidance or policies agreed to at World Conferences on Research Integrity.

    • Nom de la conférence WCRI conference
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence The Netherlands, Amsterdam, May 28 - 31, 2017
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 20.11.2015

    ALG – Améliorer la lisibilité de ses actifs

    • Nom de la conférence ALG – Améliorer la lisibilité de ses actifs
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence France, Lyon, 20 novembre 2015
    • Caroline Gans Combe
    • Communication
    • Transitions sociétales et comportements émergents
    • 02.10.2015

    French research Ministry – “Ethics in H2020 projects”

    Key speaker – Data protection and Privacy

    • Nom de la conférence Ethics in H2020 projects
    • Pays, ville, date de la conférence France, 2 octobre 2015

Ses engagements

Editorial association’s activities & Affiliations

Member of the « Club de l’interallié »,

Member of the « Club des vigilants »,

Member of the «International society of six sigma professionals»,

Member of Paris PWN « IT » bureau,

Member of the “European Evaluation Society”,

Member of ACFE (Association of certified fraud examiners),

Partner in « Reihoo », company dedicated to providing value-added consulting, training and conduct of change services.