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Co-dean of the School of Management and Innovation
Marie-Laure Djelic, PhD Harvard 1996, Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Stockholm, has also been since September 2016 University Professor at the Sciences Po Centre of Organisational Sociology. She was previously Professor at the ESSEC and Director of the Centre of Research on Capitalism, Globalisation and Governance.
Marie-Laure Djelic’s research work focuses on the contemporary transformations of capitalism, the international dissemination of ideas and practices, the spreading of globalisation and the dynamics of regulation and governance in a globalised economic environment, the social responsibility of companies and their political role in this context. Her work is published in top international academic reviews and university presses.
At ESSEC, Marie-Laure Djelic occupied a variety of administrative and managerial positions – Dean of Professors (2003-2007), Director of the Management Department (2008-2012), Associate Dean in charge of the PhD (2012-2015).
Marie-Laure Djelic was Guest Professor at the University of Stanford, the University of Uppsala, the University of Stockholm and the Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden, at the Bocconi University in Italy and at the Institute of Higher International Studies and Development in Geneva, Switzerland. She also sits on many scientific councils or university evaluation boards in many countries in Europe and North America.
“Business must have a wider focus than simply maximising shareholder value. It plays an integrating role, around which a network of close relationships is woven. It can also have a significant political impact. In a complex, unstable world with fluid borders, the common good can no longer be solely the responsibility of the State. It also lies in the hands of its citizens, who we wish to educate.”