The EMLV Business School continues to develop its academic faculty by recruiting four new research professors. This policy of growing the faculty team is part of EMLV’s strategy to offer its students a multicultural, highly qualified learning experience.
The EMLV has recruited four new research professors at the start of this new academic year to strengthen the academic and research team of the school. Half of the faculty is comprised of members with international profiles.
These new faculty members have a Ph.D./Doctorate from some prestigious institutions from France or abroad.
They enrich the EMLV’s permanent faculty team, made up of research professors which combine academic expertise and professional experience.
These experts in micro and macroeconomics, international business strategy, marketing, corporate strategy and global management will reinforce the EMLV’s knowledge in these areas.
Charles de Grazia, a PhD in Economics from the University of London
Charles de Grazia is an assistant professor of Strategy and Innovation at the Ecole de Management Leonard De Vinci (EMLV). He joined EMLV in 2020 after receiving his PhD from the University of London (Royal Holloway).
The University of London is a top 20 U.K. university*, one of the British leading research-intensive universities**, and home to some of the world’s leading experts in the sciences, arts, business, economics and law.
Prior to starting his position at EMLV, he was an economist working at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the Office of the Chief Economist.
His research interests include the economics and management of innovation, economics of intellectual property, innovation strategy, innovation policy, and applied microeconomics.
Charles has lived across the globe, including several places in the United States, the Philippines, England, and now France.
Ouiam Kaddouri, a PhD in Management from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Ouiam Kaddouri joins the EMLV’s team to teach Corporate Strategy and International Management to Digital RH and Digital Marketing and Data Analytics Master’s students.
Her areas of specialisation include marketing, strategical manegement, ethics, responsibility & sustainability (ERS), Business Ethics, sustainable development.
Her primary areas of research are corporate social responsibility, responsible corporate communication and sustainable development in companies.
It was within a Parisian agency that was hiring her as a corporate communication consultant that Ouiam worked on her PhD on CSR communication, with the goal of becoming a teacher.
She gave courses in higher education institutions from France and abroad such as Sorbonne Nouvelle, EM Normandie, IPAG or the French University of Egypt.
Sinha Shameek, a PhD in Marketing from the University of Texas in Austin
India-born Sinha Shameek, starts its academic year as a Professor of Marketing Strategy and Applied Management Systems at EMLV.
His research interests include the methodological foundations of consumer and firm decision making, with specific emphasis on the direct marketing domain, especially optimal targeting by firms and corresponding consumer response.
After receiving his Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of Texas at Austin, Sinha has taught for 8 years at the IE Business School, a leading business school based in Madrid and consistently ranked as one of the best in the world.
Timothée Waxin, a PhD in Finance at the Paris Dauphine University
Timothee Waxin is a research professor in Corporate Finance at EMLV. He also teaches general accounting and management control. His research focuses on corporate governance, CEOs, family firms and economics of banking & financing of the economy.
Timothée holds a PhD in finance from the Paris Dauphine University. Prior to joining EMLV, he worked for the Authority of the Financial Markets in Paris and the French Banking Federation and he lectured at EDHEC Business School.
Timothee was quickly given responsibilities, such as the management of the Corporate Finance and Audit and Performance Management Programmes at EMLV.
The international aspect of the School’s faculty staff allows both a cross-cultural perspective on the different subjects being taught and the training of the students to operate in mixed environments and teams.
Actively committed to supporting students, the research professors also contribute, through their research work, to the enhancement of the curriculum and the impact of the school.