Teaching

Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E)

The objectives of the I&E major are to help students develop entrepreneurial competences, innovation skills and an understanding of how to create sustained value for new and existing organizations. Through interactive lectures, case studies, online content, and guest seminars, students gain a deep understanding of the interdependence and interconnection between different functional domains in organizations (e.g. HR, marketing, finance) and learn how to orchestrate them to launch a new business or revitalize an existing one. The combination of these skills will ensure students are prepared to start their own company, join a start-up, become a consultant, work as an entrepreneurship support professional” such as business incubation or venture fund manager, or innovation manager for a large organization.  The teaching focus prepares students to analyze the complexity of business strategies so as to be able to act as entrepreneurs or intrapreneurs. Further, the group also works closely together with the incubator team at IESEG that is open to all who have an idea and willing to challenge it through a Spark program (pre incubation customized coaching with mentors entrepreneurs and experts).

Management of Information Systems (MIS)

The Management of Information Systems major prepares students to participate in developing digital strategies. Students develop a deep understanding of information systems and emerging technologies and develop skills to serve as consultants, systems/business analysts, functional analysts, project managers, product managers, or entrepreneurs. The IS major includes core courses such as Database Management, Applications Development, Systems Analysis & Design, IS Project Management, IS Security and Privacy and a range of electives our students can choose from, offered by our full-time faculties as well as visiting scholars from around the world.

Law

The Law track provides to students the ability to identify some of the legal-related risks and manage their consequences when it is not possible to prevent them. Mandatory classes offered are Legal environment of a Business, covering introductory notions and fundamental principles (S1), Legal Responsibility, discussing property and liability rules (S2), Business law, dealing with company and bankruptcy law (BA2), and Advanced Business Law, covering international contracts and compliance-related aspects (BA3). All the topics in the second and third year are offered in an international and comparative perspective.

In addition, elective classes are available, among which employment law, intellectual property, international arbitration, and international contracts.

Research

In the field of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the group performs research across different topics: Team entrepreneurship, Social entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship support, Entrepreneurial strategies and Entrepreneurship as a socio-political process of organization-creation. Our MIS faculty conduct research in various domains such as social media, IS adoption, cybersecurity, knowledge management, new ways of working and the implications of artificial intelligence for business. Our Law faculty’s research concentrates on intellectual property rights, data protection and dispute resolution.

The research of the group has been published in leading journals such as MIS Quarterly, Organization Science, Organization Studies, European Journal of Information Systems, Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Research Policy, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Organization Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, and Technovation, amongst others.

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Christine ABDALLA MIKHAEIL
ABDALLA MIKHAEIL Christine
Ph.D., Business Administration, Information technology, Georgia State University
Alejandro AMEZCUA
AMEZCUA Alejandro
Ph.D., Business Administration, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Syracuse University
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Cyrine BEN-HAFAIEDH
BEN-HAFAIEDH Cyrine
Ph.D., Management Sciences, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Strategy, Brest Business Administration Institute
Johan BRUNEEL
BRUNEEL Johan
Ph.D., Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Ghent University
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Christopher CONWAY
CONWAY Christopher
Ph.D. in Business Administration, University of Arkansas
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Jonas DEBRULLE
DEBRULLE Jonas
Ph.D., Management Sciences, Innovation and entrepreneurship, Queensland University of Technology
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Carine FARIAS
FARIAS Carine
Ph.D., Management Sciences, Management, EMLyon
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Frank GOETHALS
GOETHALS Frank
Ph.D. in Applied Economics, KU Leuven
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Aurélie LECLERCQ-VANDELANNOITTE
LECLERCQ-VANDELANNOITTE Aurélie
Ph.D. in Management Sciences, University of Paris Dauphine
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Kaveh MOHAJERI
MOHAJERI Kaveh
Ph.D., Information Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University
Reza MOUSAVI
MOUSAVI Reza
Ph.D. in Business Administration, ESSEC Business School
Elisabeth MÜLLER
MÜLLER Elisabeth
Ph.D. in Economics, London School of Economics
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Tuan (Kellan) NGUYEN
NGUYEN Tuan (Kellan)
Ph.D., Management, National Tsing Hua University
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Tiago RATINHO
RATINHO Tiago
Ph.D., Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Twente
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Cristiana SAPPA
SAPPA Cristiana
Ph.D., Private Law, Law, Faculté Jean Monnet, University Paris Sud
Azadeh SAVOLI
SAVOLI Azadeh
Ph.D. in Information Systems, HEC Montréal
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Joao VIEIRA DA CUNHA
VIEIRA DA CUNHA Joao
Ph.D. in Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Lauren WAARDENBURG
WAARDENBURG Lauren
Ph.D., Management Sciences, Management of Information Systems, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Ghassan YACOUB
YACOUB Ghassan
Ph.D., Management , Cass Business School
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Jennifer ZIEGELMAYER
ZIEGELMAYER Jennifer
Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration, University of Mississippi