Patrice Houdayer — Vice Dean, SKEMA Business School
He has been currently appointed as Vice Dean of Programs, International and Student Life, SKEMA Business School. He received his B.A and M.A. in Economics from the University of Paris 10, his Doctorate from ESSEC Business School and the University of Paris 10, and M.D.P. from Harvard Graduate School of Education. He has had visiting appointments at the School of Management of Economics, Växjö University, Sweden.
His work experience embraces teaching, research and consultancy. His research interests are in the area of international strategy and innovation management. He has in particular, studied International Strategy in R&D in multinational corporations. He has published articles and book chapters. He has also edited a book in 2004.
B.A and M.A. in Economics, Ph.D. Business Policy and Strategy, and M.D.P. from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Professional background
Jan. 2015/ to date: Vice Dean of Programs, International and Student Life, SKEMA Business School, Europe, Asia & Americas.
Sept. 2004/ Sept. 2014 Successively Dean of Academic Programmes and Vice-President, Master Programmes, EMLYON Business School, Europe & Asia.
Sept. 2001/Aug. 2004 Successively Associate Professor, Professor of Strategy and Innovation Management, Associate Dean for International Development, Audencia Nantes, School of Management, France.
Sept. 1998/ Aug. 2001 Associate Professor, ESCEM, Tours, France.
Sept. 1996/Aug. 1998 Assistant Professor, IPAG-Paris, France.
Sept. 1990/Aug. 1994 Successively Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant, Assistant Professor, University of Paris 10, France.
Other information
Honors for Outstanding Service, Academy of Management, MED Division, 2005.
Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education Grant, 2000.
European Community Research Grant, Socrates Program, 1998, 2001.
Research Scholarship, French Ministry of Research and Technology, 1993-1994.


14 january 11:00–12:00
Expert Discussion


The Loft

Languages: Russian, French
Supported by the Russian-French University

Moderators: Sergey Sinelnikov-Murylev, Emmanuel Tric Panellists: Vladimir Vasiliev, Tatiana Klyachko, Abdo Malac, Delphine Manceau, Vladimir Mau, Karine Samuel, Mikhail Strikhanov, Patrice Houdayer, Vladimir Filippov