- Department Human Resources & Management
- Areas of research RESEARCH INTERESTS -Understanding Culture Shock and Preparing for Expatriation -Cultural Transpositions as Means of Experiential Learning -Developing Affordable Foreign Exposure and Education Programs -Global Markets and Cultural Diversity -Ethnographic Research in Management and Marketing -Women’s Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries -Marketing in Transition Economies
- Teaching fields TEACHING INTERESTS -Cross-cultural Management -Cross-cultural Analysis for Business -International Negotiation -Expatriation Training -Qualitative Research Methods -International Business -International Marketing -Entry Strategies into Foreign Markets
2000 Ph.D. in Applied Cultural Anthropology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida Emphasis on International Business and Cross-cultural Issues Dissertation: “Cross-Cultural Comparison of Single-Family House Marketing in France and in the U.S.A.: An Anthropological Approach”. Supervised by Professor Alvin Wolfe
1999 Doctorate in “Sciences de Gestion”, Marketing, University of Paris IX Dauphine, Paris, France Director Professor Dominique Roux, “Cotutelle” with USF.
1983 Degree of Superior Specialized Studies (DESS) in Organizational Sciences, University of Paris IX Dauphine, Paris, France Specialty: Management of Telecommunications. 1983 Specialty: Consulting and Training Techniques. 1980 Specialty: Power in Organizations. 1979
1978 Bachelor of Arts, (French “Licence”) University of Paris X Nanterre, Nanterre, France Major: Psychology. Minor: Industrial Psychology.
1970 Graduate Degree of the Institute of Political Studies of Paris, Paris, France Major: Economics and Finance.