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Collaborating with our lecturer-researchers

Contribute to the development of our research and our pedagogy by participating in the establishment of an endowed chair or by becoming a School sponsor.

Contribute to research and pedagogy development by collaborating with EM Normandie faculty members. Through the creation of Endowed Research Chairs, you will generate synergies and knowledge sharing between the professional world and the world of academic research, while benefitting from attractive tax benefits for your company.  

What is an Endowed Chair?

A Research Chair is a forum for sharing expertise between professionals and the School’s lecturer-researchers. Associating the business world with research is a way of developing new knowledge, learning to understand and develop managerial practices in the context of an evolving environment. 

In 2018, the School is opening two Research Chairs, one in Digital Transformation Management and another in New Entrepreneurship Models in Agriculture. Two additional projects are being considered, the Management of the Horse Breeding Industry and Territory Risks and Area Ergonomics. 

Find out more about the research chairs

What are the advantages for your business?

  • Get tax benefits (corporation tax discount of 60% of the donation amount)
  • Be part of the collective dynamics which can be generated by research partnerships with the School or with the other partner companies (off-chair contracts)
  • Boost your brand image and publicise your stengths among students with a view to pre-recruitment  
  • Take part in the design and evolution of training programmes 

Would you like to collaborate with our lecturers-researchers? 

Research at the service of business issues: EM Normandie puts at your disposal its teams of lecturers-researchers to work on joint issues in various areas of Management Sciences.  

Example of a mission of expertise in the social, legal and ethical fields

Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to initiate a long-term thinking process on a research issue regarding the projects mentioned above or on any other topic for study. 

Pascale Bueno Merino
Bueno Merino
Dean of Research EM Normandie
+33 (0) 2 32 92 59 99