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Paris Doctoral Programme

Join our unique programme in the vibrant city of Paris and become part of our dynamic Ph.D. students’ community!

Doing a Ph.D. is a great intellectual journey, and the foundation of a professional trajectory. At ESCP, we take these two pillars of any PhD project very seriously. Our Ph.D programme offers a great environment to do your Ph.D. Our Ph.D. students are provided not only with the indispensable academic and financial guidance but also with social and moral support. Far beyond their viva, this supportive environment is a cornerstone for their academic identity.

Prof. Claire Dambrin Dean, Ph.D. Programme , ESCP

Prof. Claire Dambrin
Dean, Ph.D. Programme

How is the Community of PhD students at ESCP?

Our programme foster

Diversity

Our Ph.D. students constitute a diverse community in terms of nationality, gender, and professional experience. All types of methodological inclinations are most welcomed. We value exchanges with PhD students from the Berlin campus and actively support international exposure of our PhD students.

Efficiency

More than 80% of our alumni take on an academic position after their Ph.D. Every year an average of 10 viva take place, the average length of a PhD in our programme is 4.5 years.

Adaptability

We train our PhD students to become excellent scholars and teachers with a unique cursus developing academic writing skills, theorisation and analytical skills and pedagogical skills. For us it is important to provide our Ph.D. students with the equipment they need to become well- balanced academics.

Key facts


Ressource

41

Professors habilitated to supervise Doctoral Research

Key Performance Indicators

88

Defenses since the launch of the programme in 2003

Average duration of a Ph.D.

4,5

Years

International

43%

Of Foreign Students,
14 nationalities

How to apply

Applications for September 2020 Intake are closed.

You will be able to apply from March 2021 for the next school year.
Thesis Defense - Van Ha Luong - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Van Ha
Luong

Tuesday 7 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Marina Leban - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Marina
Leban

Wednesday 8 July
at 10:30 p.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Mahn Hiep Nguyen - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Mahn Hiep
Nguyen

Friday 10 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

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Paris - Berlin
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10.2019

Paris Doctoral Programme
Acquire the fundamental skills of a teacher-researcher.

Testimony
What did you enjoy most in the PhD Programme at ESCP?

Antoine Souchaud: Anatomie d'une thèse réussie [FR]

The programme works at promoting

  • An active participation of the doctoral students
  • Flexibility and adaptation to each individual’s needs
  • The entry of doctoral students into national and international networks
  • Synergy with the Berlin Ph.D. programme

Exchanges

The programme also includes exchanges during workshops and access to other resources, whether it be internal resources (ESCP programmes) or external (external teachings and seminars, both nationally and internationally).

Main Goal

The main goal of the Ph.D. programme is to help its students acquire the fundamental skills of a teacher-researcher. Through these teachings, students work towards their thesis, a research project of great importance and of the utmost quality. Apart from the dissertation work, the doctoral programme provides a general and thorough research training, a chosen field of specialization and a teaching and educational training, totalling 240 course hours.

5 compulsory Course Blocks

50 hrs

Fundamentals in epistemology

50 hrs

Fundamentals in research methods

30 hrs

Teaching & Pedagogy

50 hrs

Academic Writing

30 hrs

Academic Careers

Choose between two course blocks

On mid-November, PhD students choose between two course blocks: advanced knowledge in quantitative or qualitative methods.

30 hrs

Advanced knowledge
in Quantitative Methods

30 hrs

Advanced knowledge
in Qualitative Methods

In total

240 hrs
6 course blocks
are thus compulsory for all PhD students and attendance is a must.

Courses schedule

Courses are mainly scheduled on the first year, on average, one week every month. For academic year 2018-2019, courses are scheduled on the following weeks.

Week 1

September 30th to October 4th, 2019
Week 2

November, 4th to 8th 2019
Week 3

December 2nd to 6th, 2019
Week 4

January, 13th to 17th, 2020
Week 5

February 3rd to 7th, 2020
Week 6

March 2 nd  to 6th , 2020
Week 7

March, 30th to April 3rd, 2020
Week 8

May, 11th to 15th, 2020
Week 9

June, 1st to 5th, 2020

Follow-up the thesis work

Progress Workshop

The doctoral students each present their progress in their research study at least once per year. The objective is to no evaluate the work but to help the student in his or her research orientation. This workshop gathers doctoral students, the thesis director, the programme director and other professors chosen internally or externally in accordance with the thesis subject.

Annual Assessment

Each doctoral student presents a general result of his or her activities (thesis, publications, teachings, assistance, etc.) and his or her projects planned for the following year. The objective is to validate the work done in the previous year and to prepare the stages planned for the following year. The participants are the thesis director, the programme director and possibly other professors chosen internally or externally. It takes place in September.

Pre Viva Voce

With potential members of the jury (referees) about six months before the end of the project.

Visiting Opportunities

Increasing the academic excellence and network’s strength of all PhD students is important to us. The Paris PhD programme welcomes visiting PhD students. Visiting PhD students, our faculty and our PhD students all benefit from the opportunity to share on common research interests.

What visiting PhD students at ESCP are offered:

  • The opportunity to interact with your ESCP faculty sponsor and with the PhD students of the programme
  • Free access to the PhD courses given during your stay
  • Possibility to present your doctoral research in a research seminar
  • Access to a workspace in the doctoral rooms (shared spaces with computers)
  • Access to the library and cafeteria
  • Note that we do not offer any financial support in case your application is successful.

Visiting

We would consider your application as long as your visit is supported by one permanent faculty member from ESCP. For your application as a visiting PhD student, we would ask for :

  • A support letter from your sponsor at ESCP,
  • A summary of your dissertation project,
  • An updated CV,
  • A scan of an ID,
  • A proof of registration in the PhD programme of your university.

The Dean of Paris PhD Programme will make a decision based on the pieces above and will inform you on the outcome.

How to apply

Applications for September 2020 Intake are closed.

You will be able to apply from March 2021 for the next school year.
Thesis Defense - Van Ha Luong - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Van Ha
Luong

Tuesday 7 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Marina Leban - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Marina
Leban

Wednesday 8 July
at 10:30 p.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Mahn Hiep Nguyen - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Mahn Hiep
Nguyen

Friday 10 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Partner

Ecole doctorale de Management Panthéon Sorbonne

Paris - Berlin
Doctoral Programmes
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10.2019

Paris Doctoral Programme
ESCP supervisors provide below a list of their research interests by area in order to inspire potential candidates

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

Prof. Wei ZHOU

  • Applied data analytics for business research
  • Data science research - search algorithm and cryptography design

Economics, Accounting and Law

Prof. Didier MARTEAU

  • Economie de la régulation du marché des matières premières
  • Analyse des stratégies de sortie des politiques monétaires accommodantes
  • Volatilité des indices climatiques et gestion du risque dans les entreprises

Prof. Isabelle BEYNEIX

  • Droit du numérique (big data, blockchain, RGPD…)
  • Droit du travail (relations individuelles/ relations collectives)
  • Droit des sociétés (corporate governance, compliance, RSE…)

Entrepreneurship

Prof. Sylvain BUREAU

  • Entrepreneurship as a method of creation
  • Artistic & entrepreneurial practices
  • The political dimensions of entrepreneurship (e.g. subversion, political ideology, societal impacts...)
  • Entrepreneurship education

Prof. Caroline VERZAT

  • Entrepreneurship education and coaching
  • Emotions, leadership and learning
  • Reflexive practice in entrepreneurship and education
  • Learning teams and environments

Prof. Régis COEURDEROY

  • Strategic Innovation
  • Organizational Innovation and change
  • Internationalization of innovation
  • Cross country analysis
  • Multi-level analysis

Finance

Prof. Alberta DI GIULI

  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Active Investors

Prof. Julien FOUQUAU

  • Applied econometrics in the field of finance or energy
  • Financial macroeconometrics
  • Nonlinear econometric models

Prof. Cécile KHAROUBI

  • Hedge funds
  • Asset pricing
  • Risk Modelling

Prof. Christophe MOUSSU

  • Empirical corporate finance
  • Real effects of capital markets
  • Labor and finance
  • Banking, financial regulation and financial stability
  • Corporate governance, CSR and firm long term performance

HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT

Prof. Frédéric JALLAT

  • Behavioural Pricing
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Breakthrough Strategies for the Biopharmaceutical & Healthcare Industries
  • Breakthrough Strategies and New Business Models in the Creative Industries (esp. Music & Festivals)
  • (Macro) Marketing Reflections on Information Warfare in a Hyper-Connected and Fragmented World

Prof. Olivier SAULPIC

  • Governance and performance management of healthcare organizations
  • Role of management instruments in the transformation of healthcare organizations
  • Interpretative and interventionists methods

Prof. Philippe ZARLOWSKI

  • Governance and performance of healthcare systems and organizations
  • Management techniques and tools and their roles in the transformation of healthcare management and practices
  • Interpretative and interventionist research

Marketing

Prof. Olivier BADOT

  • Attitude et comportement de l’acheteur en point de vente sans personnel
  • Analyse perceptuelle comparée de chaînes de GMS intégrées et associées
  • Transformation digitale des chaines de plus de 1000 points de ventes
  • Comparative analysis (European countries) of legal Acts regulating relationships between suppliers and retailers and evaluation of the effects (in collaboration with the Retailing Dpt of Stirling University, Scotland)
  • Consumer expectations and attitudes toward e-commerce delivery at home. Hybrid methodology (ethnography and structural modeling) (in collaboration with the Retailing Dpt of Stirling University, Scotland)
  • Analyse de la politique de marques de distributeur des hypermarchés. Les cas Sainsburry’s, E.Leclerc et Loblaws.

Prof. Michael HAENLEIN

  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Influencer Marketing, esp. Instagram
  • Social Media and Word of Mouth

Prof. Frédéric JALLAT

  • Behavioural Pricing
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Breakthrough Strategies for the Biopharmaceutical & Healthcare Industries
  • Breakthrough Strategies and New Business Models in the Creative Industries (esp. Music & Festivals)
  • (Macro) Marketing Reflections on Information Warfare in a Hyper-Connected and Fragmented World

Prof. Raphaëlle PANDRAUD

  • Judgment and choice heuristics of consumers
  • Luxury products: choice process of consumers and cultural factors
  • Age differences in choice process, and in shopping behaviour

Prof. Nathalie PRIME

  • Internationalization strategies
  • International marketing decisions
  • Working across cultures
  • Subsidiary-HQ relationships in the MNC
  • Emerging markets
  • Retailing

Prof. Benjamin VOYER

  • The psychology of luxury consumption
  • The psychology of alternative consumption and communication
  • Cross-cultural consumer psychology
  • Marketing for emerging markets and products

Management Control

Prof. Claire DAMBRIN

  • Socio-institutional aspects of performance measurement systems
  • Quantification and de-quantification processes in organizations
  • Gendered dynamics in accounting
  • Interpretative methods

Prof. Philippe ZARLOWSKI

  • Performance measurement and its roles in organizations and society
  • Performance management in the public sector and healthcare organizations
  • Performance of public action
  • Management control and new technologies
  • Interpretative and interventionist research

Prof. Olivier SAULPIC

  • Effects of management instruments, especially performance management systems
  • Role of management control systems in the transformation of public sector, especially in healthcare
  • Socio-technical approach of management instruments
  • Interpretative and interventionists methods

Organization Studies

Prof. Aurélien ACQUIER

  • Social and Environmental Responsibility issues in Global Value Chains
  • Circular economy: institutional and market transformations
  • Alternative organizations (coops, open source) and the social good
  • Sharing economy, social and environmental responsibilities

Prof. Gilles ARNAUD

  • Psychologie et psychosociologie des organisations
  • Sens, désir et subjectivité au travail
  • Théories psychanalytiques et psychodynamiques
  • Approches critiques du management (critical management studies)
  • Méthodes qualitatives et cliniques de recherche

Prof. Jean-Philippe BOUILLOUD

  • Philosophical aspects of management and organizations (business ethics, aesthetics of organizations, ...)
  • Epistemology and development of knowledge in management and business administration
  • Management specificities in "non classical" organizations (consulting, non profit org., social business, start ups, ...)
  • Qualitative methods (life stories) and ethnological methods; psychosociological approaches

Prof. Valentina CARBONE

  • Institutional and Organisational dimensions of Sustainable Supply Chain Management
  • Business & Society interfaces in alternative business models : Sharing Economy, Circular Economy
  • Corporate social and environmental responsibility
  • Interpretative methods

Prof. Ghislain DESLANDES

  • Continental philosophy and European Management
  • Phenomenologies of Leadership
  • Philosophical foundations of Business Ethics
  • Critical approaches to Media and Cultural Management
  • Leadership in the Media sector

Prof. Hervé LAROCHE

  • Organizational decision-making
  • Managerial work
  • Errors, accidents, failures and deviance in organizations
  • Organizational reliability
  • Case studies

Prof. Maral MURATBEKOVA-TOURON

  • International Human Resource Management
  • Talent Management
  • Qualitative methods

Prof. Nathalie PRIME

  • Internationalization strategies
  • International marketing decisions
  • Working across cultures
  • Subsidiary-HQ relationships in the MNC
  • Emerging markets
  • Retailing

Prof. Olivier SAULPIC

  • Performance and financialization of social economic sector
  • Role of management instruments in the transformation of public sector, especially in healthcare
  • Interpretative and interventionists methods
  • Role of research for teaching and for organizations

Management : HR, Leadership, Psychology, Ethics, Philosophy

Prof. Gilles ARNAUD

  • Psychologie et psychosociologie des organisations
  • Sens, désir et subjectivité au travail
  • Théories psychanalytiques et psychodynamiques
  • Approches critiques du management (critical management studies)
  • Méthodes qualitatives et cliniques de recherche

Prof. Géraldine GALINDO

  • Digitalization and HRM
  • Diversity management
  • Innovation and HR
  • Personal Branding
  • Qualitative methods

Prof. Jean-Philippe BOUILLOUD

  • Philosophical aspects of management and organizations (business ethics, aesthetics of organizations, ...)
  • Epistemology and development of knowledge in management and business administration
  • Management specificities in "non classical" organizations (consulting, non profit org., social business, start ups, ...)
  • Qualitative methods (life stories) and ethnological methods; psychosociological approaches

Prof. Ghislain DESLANDES

  • Continental philosophy and European Management
  • Phenomenologies of Leadership
  • Philosophical foundations of Business Ethics
  • Critical approaches to Media and Cultural Management
  • Leadership in the Media sector

Prof. Léon LAULUSA

  • Ceos’ leadership, management and performance measures
  • Asian values and management
  • Chinese management and management in China
  • Chinese firms’ globalization and strategy
  • Chinese accounting

Prof. Benjamin VOYER

  • The psychology of co-production
  • The psychology of luxury consumption
  • The psychology of alternative consumption and communication
  • Cross-cultural psychology
  • Power, status and leadership

Prof. Caroline VERZAT

  • Entrepreneurship education and coaching
  • Emotions, leadership and learning
  • Reflexive practice in entrepreneurship and education
  • Learning teams and environments

Supply Chain Management

Prof. Wei ZHOU

  • Impacts of emerging technologies (blockchain, IoT, Sensor networks) in the Supply Chain
  • Optimization problems in the inventory, transportation and retailing sectors
  • Sustainable perishable supply chain management

Prof. Valentina CARBONE

  • Institutional and Organisational dimensions of Sustainable Supply Chain Management
  • Business & Society interfaces in alternative business models : Sharing Economy, Circular Economy
  • Corporate social and environmental responsibility
  • Interpretative methods.

Prof. Joe MIEMCZYK

  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (especially sourcing and global sourcing issues)
  • Circular Economy Strategies, Indicators and Impacts
  • Buyer-Supplier relationships and impact on performance (especially the Automotive and Aerospace industries)
  • Empirical Methods: Case Studies, Survey (not analytic modelling)

Prof. Valérie MOATTI

  • Strategic dimension of supply chain management
  • Sustainable Development
  • Innovation strategies
  • Fashion industry and technology

Strategy & Management

Prof. Valentina CARBONE

  • Institutional and Organisational dimensions of Sustainable Supply Chain Management
  • Business & Society interfaces in alternative business models : Sharing Economy, Circular Economy
  • Corporate social and environmental responsibility
  • Interpretative methods

Prof. Régis COEURDEROY

  • Strategic Innovation
  • Organizational Innovation and change
  • Internationalization of innovation
  • Cross country analysis
  • Multi-level analysis

Prof. Frédéric FRÉRY

  • Strategic Management
  • Management of Innovation
  • Theory of the Firm

Prof. Frédéric JALLAT

  • Behavioural Pricing
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Breakthrough Strategies for the Biopharmaceutical & Healthcare Industries
  • Breakthrough Strategies and New Business Models in the Creative Industries (esp. Music & Festivals)
  • (Macro) Marketing Reflections on Information Warfare in a Hyper-Connected and Fragmented World

Prof. Léon LAULUSA

  • Ceos’ leadership, management and performance measures
  • Asian values and management
  • Chinese management and management in China
  • Chinese firms’ globalization and strategy
  • Chinese accounting

Prof. Valérie MOATTI

  • Strategic dimension of supply chain management
  • Sustainable Development
  • Innovation strategies
  • Fashion industry and technology

Prof. Nathalie PRIME

  • Internationalization strategies
  • International marketing decisions
  • Working across cultures
  • Subsidiary-HQ relationships in the MNC
  • Emerging markets
  • Retailing

Sustainability & CSR

Prof. Aurélien ACQUIER

  • Social and Environmental Responsibility issues in Global Value Chains
  • Circular economy: institutional and market transformations
  • Alternative organizations (coops, open source) and the social good
  • Sharing economy, social and environmental responsibilities

Prof. Valentina CARBONE

  • Institutional and Organisational dimensions of Sustainable Supply Chain Management
  • Business & Society interfaces in alternative business models : Sharing Economy, Circular Economy
  • Corporate social and environmental responsibility
  • Interpretative methods

Prof. Joe MIEMCZYK

  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (especially sourcing and global sourcing issues)
  • Circular Economy Strategies, Indicators and Impacts
  • Buyer-Supplier relationships and impact on performance (especially the Automotive and Aerospace industries)
  • Empirical Methods: Case Studies, Survey (not analytic modelling)

Prof. Valérie MOATTI

  • Strategic dimension of supply chain management
  • Sustainable Development
  • Innovation strategies
  • Fashion industry and technology

Prof. Nathalie PRIME

  • Marketing for sustainable transition
  • How to SHIFT consumers towards sustainable consumption
  • Branding and sustainability
  • Sustainable marketing in emerging markets

How to apply

Applications for September 2020 Intake are closed.

You will be able to apply from March 2021 for the next school year.
Thesis Defense - Van Ha Luong - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Van Ha
Luong

Tuesday 7 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Marina Leban - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Marina
Leban

Wednesday 8 July
at 10:30 p.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Mahn Hiep Nguyen - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Mahn Hiep
Nguyen

Friday 10 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Partner

Ecole doctorale de Management Panthéon Sorbonne

Paris - Berlin
Doctoral Programmes
Newsletter
10.2019

Paris Doctoral Programme
Ph.D. Community

Applications for September 2020 Intake are closed.

You will be able to apply from March 2021 for the next school year.
Thesis Defense - Van Ha Luong - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Van Ha
Luong

Tuesday 7 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Marina Leban - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Marina
Leban

Wednesday 8 July
at 10:30 p.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Mahn Hiep Nguyen - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Mahn Hiep
Nguyen

Friday 10 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Partner

Ecole doctorale de Management Panthéon Sorbonne

Paris - Berlin
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10.2019

Paris Doctoral Programme
Admissions and financials

IMPORTANT

The admission teams are working hard to maintain admission exam schedules as originally planned, in light of the special circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

For the time-being, candidates are advised to remain focused and proceed as normal. We are doing everything possible to minimise the impact the current circumstances will have, while continuing to maintain the highest health standards.

Our teams will remain available to reply to your questions, and will be in touch as soon as new information becomes available.

Requirements

Applicants to the ESCP PhD Program must hold a Master degree or equivalent and must have a solid knowledge of French and English. Candidates must have a clear idea of the kind of topic that they are interested in and that may be of interest for a supervisor among ESCP faculty.

Therefore, before applying, we highly recommend to check our website (on the supervision skills page) who could be appropriate supervisors for your PhD and contact those potential supervisors to discuss your project with them. Furthermore, some doctoral projects are sponsored, through research chairs, professorships...

Selection Process

Step 1: Application Form

Applications are made online. Carefully complete the application form before the deadline specified in the Admission Calendar providing the following required documents:  

  • CV and cover letter motivating your choice of pursuing a PhD in Management at ESCP Paris campus,
  • a 5 pages Research Project (including bibliographic references),
  • 3 recommendation letters (2 academics and 1 professional)
    You can download a template "in French" & "in English"
  • copies of diplomas and degrees,
  • transcripts of most recent degrees,
  • any research material that might be useful (dissertation, paper...) in .pdf format,
  • copy of your ID or passport,
  • 1 digital photo,
  • application fees (50€) and payment agreement.

Step 2: Personal Interview

Candidates selected by the admissions jury after a first screening will have half an hour to present their motivation to the interview panel. made up of programme director and faculty members. A Skype interview can be offered to candidates residing outside of Europe.

Step 3: Confirmation

You will receive the admission decision of the final selection Committee. Admitted candidates must confirm their acceptance by the deadline indicated in the offer letter.

Fees and financials

Fees

We offer a full tuition waiver to  Ph.D. students eligible for a ESCP doctoral  grant (8.300 €/year). Arrangements are possible in other cases, depending on the financial situation of students. However, a legal token registration fee of ± 400€ per year for the Doctoral School applies.

ESCP scholarship

ESCP, with the support of the ESCP Foundation, finances a significant proportion of admitted Ph.D. students with a scholarship (18.000 € per year) guaranteed for 3 years. Each candidate can apply to this cost-of-living scholarship, but it cannot be combined with any other external income. These scholarships are granted on the basis of the excellence of the research project.

Financial aid from the French Government

In addition to the financial aid for which they are eligible in their country of origin, non-French students can seek grants from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Requests should be sent to the Cultural Department of the French Embassy in the student’s country of origin. PhD students can also apply for European exchange program grants (Socrates, Erasmus, Phare). This aid cannot be combined with the ESCP scholarship.

Pénélope Van Deb Bussche, Ph.D. in Management Control, ESCP

Testimonial

Pénélope Van Deb Bussche
Ph.D. in Management Control
Shareholder speech: mediated by accounting, effects on power relations and on identity.

« ESCP offre un cadre idéal au déroulement de la thèse, favorisant les échanges interdisciplinaires et encourageant l’animation de la communauté doctorale. Grâce à la Fondation ESCP, je réalise ma thèse dans les meilleures conditions, et je tiens à la remercier chaleureusement pour cette aide précieuse. »

Marine Leban, Ph.D. Student in Management and Marketing, ESCP

Testimonial

Marine Leban
Ph.D. in Management, Marketing
Understanding Luxury Consumption of Millennials in the Digital Age.

"I decided to do a PhD as I want to pursue an academic career in the field of Marketing. So far I have been very pleased with my PhD journey and wish to thank the ESCP Foundation for their generous financial support. I am especially grateful to have the privilege to work on my thesis full- time, as I am very passionate about my research."

Applications for September 2020 Intake are closed.

You will be able to apply from March 2021 for the next school year.
Thesis Defense - Van Ha Luong - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Van Ha
Luong

Tuesday 7 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Marina Leban - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Marina
Leban

Wednesday 8 July
at 10:30 p.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Thesis Defense - Mahn Hiep Nguyen - ESCP Business School

Thesis Defense
Mahn Hiep
Nguyen

Friday 10 July
at 10:00 a.m.
(CEST)

Read more

Partner

Ecole doctorale de Management Panthéon Sorbonne

Paris - Berlin
Doctoral Programmes
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10.2019