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PhD in administration - International Business

Students wanted

You may propose your own research projects. However, this specialization is actively seeking students interested in the research topics listed on this page.

Data Science for International Business

Description

Are you interested in the contribution of data science to international business? We are looking for PhD students interested in analyzing central bankers’ speeches using data science as a primary methodology.

References

Methodology of choice

  • Text as Data
  • Natural Language processing (NLP)
  • Unstructured Data
Research environment
  • CIRANO, Center for Interuniversity Research and Analysis of Organizations
  • Professorship in Data Science for International Business
  • nüance-R, professional data science platform
Supervising professor

Thierry Warin

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Reputation of countries plays in individuals’ decision-making

Description

Looking for PhD students interested in the role that the countries’ reputation plays in individuals’ decision-making (country-of-origin effect, country image, place branding).

Research environment
Supervising professor

Aurélia Durand

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Innovation and Regional Development

Description

Looking for students interested in conducting inter-disciplinary research in the following subjects:

  • Innovation, networks and regions
  • Global innovation management
  • Clusters and innovation ecosystems in globalized learning economies
  • Global cities, knowledge dynamics and SMEs\MNEs
  • Industrial dynamics, economic geography and globalisation
  • Business models for sustainability, innovation and regions
  • Low-tech, high-tech industries, creative industries and services
Research environment

Chair in Innovation and Regional Development

Supervising professor

David Doloreux

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International Business and Public Policy

Description

Looking for students interested in conducting inter-disciplinary research in the following areas:

  • Global governance and economic diplomacy
  • Global value chain-oriented policies
  • Belt Road Initiative
  • International business-government relations
Supervising professor

Ari Van Assche

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Program details
Type
PhD
credits  
90 credits
Schedule
  • Full time
Time
  • Day
Level
PhD  

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