The Research Development Committee is tasked with helping Ipag BS to establish guidelines for its research strategy. It comprises researchers from leading French and international universities. It is chaired by Professor Yves Simon.

Guidelines for Ipag BS’ research strategy

The Research Development Committee (CPR) comprises professors-researchers who work in the leading French and international universities. It is chaired by Professor Yves Simon, a professor at the Paris Dauphine universities and member of the Management Agrégation Board.

The CPR meets at least once a year. It gives opinions and shares its reflections on the Ipag BS research policy with the school’s management and Ipag Lab professors.

Composition of the Ipag BS Research Development Committee

School management

  • Guillaume BIGOT

Managing Director of Ipag

  • Frédéric TEULON

Director of the Ipag Lab for economics/management

External experts

  • Yves SIMON

Chair of the Research Development Committee

University Professor (Dauphine)

Former member of the Management Agrégation Board

Scientific Director for the “Management” series at Economica

  • Jean-Paul AIMETTI

Full Professor at CNAM (Marketing Chair)

Director of Adetem

Founding member of Actensia (management consultancy)

  • André BOYER

University Professor in Management Science (Nice Institute of Business Administration)

  • John ENSOR

Head of the School of Marketing, Tourism and Languages, Edinburgh Napier University

  • Didier FOLUS

University Professor in Management Science (Nanterre)

  • Miguel MORAN

Professor at l’Escuela de Administracion y Empresas (EAE Business School) in Barcelona

Director of Masters and External Relations

  • Bruno-Laurent MOSCHETTO

Lecturer in Management Science (Valenciennes Institute of Business Administration)

  • Jean-Marie PERETTI

University Professor in Management Science (Corte Institute of Business Administration)

President of the Institut de l’audit social (IAS)

  • Pierre-Charles PUPION

University Professor (Nantes Institute of Business Administration)

  • Aline SCOUARNEC

University Professor (Caen Institute of Business Administration)