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Qualification to supervise doctoral research (“Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR)”), Center for Research in Economics and Management (CREM UMR CNRS 6211) – Graduate School of Management (IGR-IAE) – University of Rennes 1, Rennes, France (2012).

Dissertation title: “Franchising: Performance, Plural Form and Communication”.

Committee: Prof. Gérard CLIQUET, University of Rennes 1 – France (Président du jury); Prof. Thomas EHRMANN, University of Münster – Germany (Rapporteur); Prof. Manuel GONZALEZ-DIAZ, University of Oviedo – Spain (Rapporteur); Prof. Gilles PACHE, University of Aix-Marseille – France (Rapporteur); Prof. Thierry PENARD, University of Rennes 1 – France.

PhD in Business & Marketing, Center for Research in Economics and Management (CREM UMR CNRS 6211) – Graduate School of Management (IGR-IAE) – University of Rennes 1, Rennes, France (2004).

Dissertation title: “Retail and service network choice: an approach by the population ecology and the survival analysis”, written in French.

Committee: Prof. Gérard CLIQUET, University of Rennes 1 – France (Directeur de recherche); Prof. Pierre DESMET, University of Paris-Dauphine – France (Rapporteur); Prof. Marc FILSER, University of Burgundy – France (Rapporteur); Prof. Joël JALLAIS, University of Rennes 1 – France (Suffragant); Prof. Francine LAFONTAINE, University of Michigan – USA (Présidente du jury); Prof. Philippe ROBERT-DEMONTROND, University of Rennes 1 – France (Suffragant).

MSc in Business & Marketing (DEA en Sciences de Gestion & Marketing), Graduate School of Management (IGR-IAE) – University of Rennes 1, Rennes, France (2000).

MSc in Mathematics (Maîtrise de Mathématiques), University of South Brittany, Vannes, France (1999).

Others

A 2-day course on “Longitudinal data analysis using Stata”, with Paul ALLISON, Professor of Sociology at University of Pennsylvania, New York, USA (2011).

A 2-day course on “Qualitative research and use of NVivo”, with Didier Dupont, Consultant in Montreal, Rennes, France (2009).

A 5-day course on “Analysis of longitudinal event data – Event history and survival analysis”, with Paul ALLISON, Professor of Sociology at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA (2003).

Seminars of the European Center of Advanced Training in Management (Centre Européen de Formation Approfondie à la Gestion (CEFAG-FNEGE)) (2002).