Finance & Accounting
Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Economics
Management of projects, Information Systems and Supply Chains
Management, Law & Organization
Sport, Arts and Personal development
Francesco CASTELLANETA is a Full Professor in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at SKEMA Business School –
Université Côte d'Azur (GREDEG). Previously, He was Assistant Professor at Católica Lisbon School of Business &
Economics (2011-2017). He has been International Faculty Fellow (IFF) at MIT Sloan School of Management in 2014.
He teaches “Entrepreneurship”, “Strategic Management”, and “Introduction to Management” in the Undergraduate,
MSc and Executive programs. His research work aims to understand how business organizations use, acquire, build
and protect their resources in the context of complex strategic initiatives, like buyouts and venture capital investments.
He has published in journals such as Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business
Venturing, European Management Journal and others. He consult for private equity and venture capital firms.
My research focuses on the interplay between market systems, space, and social classes. Specifically, I seek to understand how different agents shape markets and are shaped by its dynamic evolution, how space and markets co-constitute each other, and how market-mediated class dynamics unfold in different consumption contexts. My work has been published in several peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Business Research, Marketing Theory, and the International Journal of Consumption Studies. I also have conducted applied marketing research for several companies in the fields of education, retail, sports goods, packaged goods, real estate, and technology
Hélène Cherrier completed her PhD at the University of Arkansas on disposal and
identity work in the context of downshifting. Helene’s research focuses on bringing about a
more sustainable and just society. Her current research interests consider waste value, social
and environmental activism, and object-subject relations. The approaches follow tradition of
work in consumer culture theory and material culture studies and involve qualitative inquiries.
Helene has published her work in quality refereed academic journals including the Journal of
Business Research, the European Journal of Marketing, the Journal of Public Policy and
Marketing, the Journal of Marketing Management, and contributed to Harrison, Newholm, and
Shaw’s edited book: “The ethical consumer.” She also co-edited a book on the theories and
practices of simple living.
Rodolphe Desbordes is a Professor in Economics at SKEMA Business School. He was previously a Reader in
Economics at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow UK. He holds a BA in Political Science (Sciences Po Paris) and a
PhD in International Economics (University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne). He has widely published in the fields of
foreign direct investment, economic growth, and applied econometrics. He has visited the IMF, the World Bank, and
the Asian Development Bank. He provides consulting services to various governments, international organisations,
and private entities. He has strong research links with LIEPP-Sciences Po Paris and GREQAM (Aix-Marseille
Laubie LI is a permanent professor and academic director in Suzhou campus since August 2014 at SKEMA BUSINESS
SCHOOL. She holds a PhD in International Business from the University New South Wales, in Australia. She was Dean of Business from May 2011 until september 2013 and Dean of Research and External engagement, from October 2013 until June 2014 at the University of Wollongong.
Titulaire d'un DEA et d'une agrégation d'histoire.
Enseignant au Lycée Henri IV (2001-2006) en classe européenne allemand. Depuis 2006, professeur de géopolitique
en classes préparatoires aux Grandes écoles de management au Lycée Janson-de-Sailly (2006-2009) puis au Lycée
Saint-Louis (depuis 2009) à Paris.
Membre du jury de géopolitique de l'ESSEC depuis 2003, membre du jury de l'Ecole de guerre depuis 2017. Cofondateur
du Festival de géopolitique de Grenoble, collaborateur régulier à la revue de géopolitique Conflits.
Arthur Petit-Romec is a permanent professor of finance at SKEMA Business School since 2017. He previously worked
at the Labex ReFi and ESCP Europe. He has been a visiting scholar at Auckland University of Technology and at the
Autonomous University of Barcelona. His research interests include corporate social responsibility, investor horizons,
corporate governance and banking. He has presented his research at many international conferences. He obtained
his PhD in 2016 at the University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and ESCP Europe, and he received a triple master
degree from ESCP Europe (Paris), City University (London), and Carlos III University (Madrid).
Sabrina Roszak holds a Phd in Finance (CNAM-LIRSA). She is actually a permanent professor at SKEMA Business
School, with more than 13 years of business experience in both consultancy firms and large companies. She has
worked for 6 years in a listed company within the Finance Department. Her research interests focus on Corporate
Reporting, with a particular interest in Integrated Reporting, initiated by IIRC in 2013
Nicolas has 20 years of professional experience of which around half for major Consulting Firms (such
as KPMG Strategy, L.E.K. Consulting and Partners in Performance), 5 years as a Freelance consultant
and 5 years in Corporate Strategy functions for high growth technology companies listed on the stock
market or belonging to major Private Equity firms.
Nicolas was born and raised in Africa. He has studied and worked in France, Australia, England, The
Netherlands and Mexico.
While studying his M.B.A. at Cambridge, Nicolas cofounded the Cambridge University Technology and
Enterprise Club which is a leading student-run organisation that seeks to nurture and enhance the
entrepreneurial spirit amongst academics and students at Cambridge University.
Mila Striukova is an Associate Professor at SKEMA Business Scool. Previously Mila held positions at University College London, King’s College, the LSE, and Euromonitor. Her research focuses on disruptive technologies (3D printing, Internet of Things, blockchain), big data, business model innovation and intellectual property management. Mila has been regularly invited to give talks at industry events and has been a mentor of several startups.
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