- Department Strategy
- Areas of research Environmental Project Management, Environmental Management, Social Innovation, Industrial Marketing, Qualitative Research Methodology, Business Strategy.
- Teaching fields Business- and project marketing, complex product system (CoPS), sustainable development and corporate social responsibility (CSR), public procurement, public infrastructures. Articles published in academic journals: "Management International" (CNRS cat 3 / FNEGE cat 2), "Management et Sciences Sociales" (FNEGE cat 4) and "Revue des Cas en Gestion" (FNEGE emerging journal). Co-direction of the collective book "10 CSR cases - Corporate Social Responsibility" published by Dunod.
Fanny Romestant holds a PhD in Management Sciences under the direction of Pr. Valérie-Inés De La Ville at the University of Poitiers (CEREGE - EA 1722).
Her main research areas are sustainability emergence in complex projects like public infrastructures. It refers to business- and project marketing, complex product system (CoPS), sustainable development / corporate social responsibility (CSR) and public procurement.
Her thesis was supported in 2016 and is entitled "Project marketing faced with the emergence of sustainability - Case studies on urban public transport in France". Fanny Romestant is delighted to have received two thesis prizes : the SHES thesis prize from the University of Poitiers and the ADERSE (Association for the Development of Education and Research on Corporate Social Responsibility), in partnership with the ORSE (Observatory of social responsibility).
She is currently a teacher-researcher at La Rochelle Business School, and is fully involved in the activities of IRSI (Institute of Social Responsibility through Innovation). In this context, she also holds a position of Project Manager : coordination of Chairs and business clubs ; communication of IRSI activities. She was in charge of organizing several professional events and conferences.
She is a member of IMP Group (Industrial Marketing and Purchasing Group), ADERSE and RIODD (International Network for Research on Organizations and Sustainability).