Faculty at IAE, Paris

Dean Jean-Pierre Helfer Dean Jean-Pierre Helfer
Dean and Professor
Director, IAE
helfer.iae@univ-paris1.fr
 
Kevin Dolgin Kevin Dolgin
Associate Professor, IAE
iae@univ-paris1.fr
Education:
1990, MBA, INSEAD, Fontainebleau
1986, BA Economics, Fordham University, New York summa cum laude, in corso honorum
Research Interests:
Services marketing, consumer behavior, ethics
Pierre-Yves Lagroue Pierre-Yves Lagroue, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, IAE
lagroue.iae@univ-paris1.fr
Education:
2001: Ph.D in Business Administration: “Managing the operations in a Mail Sorting Centre: an integrated approach of Information Systems, Operations and Management Control” from Univ. Paris 1 Sorbonne, graduated magna cum laude.
1994: Master in Industrial Organization from Univ. Paris Dauphine – ENST – Ecole des Mines – ENSAE, graduated cum laude.
1989-1993: Alumni of Ecole Normale Supérieure – Cachan, Dept. Economics and Business Administration.
1992: ‘Aggregation’ in Economics and Business administration
Research Interests:
Operations Management: interested in topics related to the interface between Processes and Management Control, specializing in Quality Management (in particular for Hospitality industry)
European Business: interested in Industrial Organization, State intervention, and Regional Economic integration
Eric Lamarque Eric Lamarque
Professor, IAE
lamarque.iae@univ-paris1.fr
 
Stephane Saussier

Stephane Saussier, Ph.D.
Professor, IAE
saussier.iae@univ-paris1.fr

Education:
1997: PhD: «Contractual Choices and Transaction Costs». Supervisor: Claude MENARD. Defended November 1997, and obtained with highest honors. Defense committee members: Jacques CRÉMER -Referee- (IDEI – University of Toulouse); François GARDES (University of Paris I Sorbonne); Michel GLAIS -President- (University of Rennes 1); Scott MASTEN (University of Michigan-USA-); Claude MÉNARD (University of Paris I
Sorbonne); Michel RAINELLI -Referee- (University of Nice).
This PhD. obtained the Louis Forest Prize given by the Chancellery of the Universities of Paris in 1998, for the best Phd of the year.
Other Degrees: Master of Microeconomics and Econometrics at the University of Paris I Sorbonne
Research Interests:
Economics of contracts and organization (Theory and Econometrics)
Public Economics and Public-Private Partnerships
Economics of regulation