Evan Grégoire

Evan Grégoire, a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (class of 2017), is a doctoral student in political theory at Sciences Po Paris (CEVIPOF) working under the supervision of Bernard Reber (Director of Research at CNRS). Recipient of the prestigious Fulbright programme, he is completing a Dual PhD Degree with Columbia University under the supervision of Nadia Urbinati (Kyriakos Tsakopoulos Professor of Political Theory).

He holds three masters degrees and studied philosophy at the Sorbonne (Paris IV) and ENS Ulm (in contemporary philosophy), as well as management at HEC Paris (major in sustainability and social innovation). After teaching for a year at the University of Bristol and achieving several research stays (notably at the Scuola Sant'Anna, but also at the University of Turin in Italy),he obtained in 2020 a specific doctoral contract, dedicated to former ENS students, to complete his PhD thesis on the role of deliberation.

Evan is particularly interested in applying concepts from philosophy and political science to the business world.



Research Fields

Deliberative democracy, Professional Service Firms, Governance

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