INSEEC Grande Ecole

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INSEEC Grande Ecole uses Deep Education techniques, based on a combination of soft skills and core business competencies.

The INSEEC Grande Ecole project

The INSEEC Grande Ecole develops research in line with companies’ expectations, with the aim of working on themes that concern them and in which they are prepared to invest.

The INSEEC Grande Ecole research centre is composed of 45 professors and research professors, 7 with accreditation to supervise research (HDR), on three different campuses (Paris, Bordeaux and Lyon).

“The INSEEC Grande Ecole research centre is a platform for multidisciplinary interaction, guaranteeing the constant and forward-looking updating of knowledge”

Hachmi Ben Ameur – INSEEC Grande Ecole Research Director

Areas of excellence

The research themes help to reinforce the impact of the school’s research and intellectual contributions to pedagogy and programmes through a strategy focused on corporate needs and its positions adopted on societal issues.

    Societal transitions and emergent behaviours

    The development of information and communication technologies has induced profound changes in societies and modes of consumption. In this context, the activities of professors and research professors sheds new light on emerging consumption patterns, the place of human beings at work and the technological transition.

    Governance, risk and value creation

    The development of new financial instruments has had a profound impact on corporate governance and led to changes in risk management that can create value. The activities of professors and research professors focus on the link between governance, value creation and value transmission, on the one hand, and on risk analysis and management as a decision-making tool, on the other.

    Territories, networks and interactions

    Interactions between networks and territories are the subject of major scientific debates. The INSEEC School of Business & Economics research centre addresses issues concerning social, environmental and technological changes at the territorial level, while also examining the management of interactions in territories, CSR, and the assessment of the socio-environmental impacts of human activities.

Scientific committee

  • Ephraim CLARK, Professor Accounting & Finance, Middlesex University

  • Jean-Philippe DENIS, Professeur en sciences de gestion, Université Paris-Saclay

  • Jean Noel KAPFERER, Professeur Emérite HEC Paris

  • Catherine KUSZLA, Professeure en sciences de gestion, Université Paris Nanterre

  • Yvon PESQUEUX, Professeur en sciences de gestion, CNAM

  • Kristine NALTCHADJIAN, Directrice Education et Recherche, Microsoft France

Associate members