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Fragmented networks and transnational entrepreneurship: Building strategies to prosper in challenging surroundingsPublished on 24 May 2018
Sandra Milena Santamaria-Alvarez (DBA graduate 2014) wanted to research and publish on topics that can have an impact in both academia and society. She focused on migrants and their transnational activities that create positive outcomes for the...
Published on 29 January 2018
Amanobea Boateng is an alumna of Grenoble Ecole de Management. She completed her Doctorate in 2016. Her recent book published in October 2017 is about African Female Entrepreneurship. Based on key issues such as social feminism and the capability...
Published on 25 January 2018
The Doctorate of Business Administration program was founded by Jean-Jacques Chanaron and Thierry Grange in 1993 with the original idea of creating a doctoral program for managers. Over its 25 years, the program has grown, and we have developed...
Published on 12 October 2017
The number of certifications for businesses continues to grow year after year. While ISO standards have become commonplace for many companies in Europe, few companies question whether such an investment provides a good return on investment.
Published on 13 October 2017
The doctorate seems to have difficulty evolving in Europe. In their new article Valerie Sabatier, Mark Smith and Michel Albouy analyze the avenues of innovation.
Published on 22 September 2017
Benjamin Powers, 2017 DBA graduate researched the Relationship among Personal-Level Variables, Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy, and Entrepreneurial Intention: The Case of Male and Female Adolescents with Dyslexia, for his Doctoral thesis.