Corinne Hahn is Associate Professor at the Information and operations Management Department of ESCP Europe Paris campus. She holds a Doctorate in Mathematics and Applications and teaches Statistics.
Her research focuses on issues related to the teaching and learning of statistics and to teaching and learning on cooperative education programmes.
Together with Madeleine Besson (INT Management), Béatrice Collin (ESCP Europe) and André Geay (Université de Tours) she founded the Centre for Study and Research in Co-operative Education in Higher Education (CERALTES), which she managed for 3 years. While she was the head of the Centre, she organised an international conference and published a first collective book. A second one was published in 2008.
Corinne Hahn is Scientific Director of the Apprenticeship Track of the ESCP Europe Master in Management programme.
She is a member of the editorial board of on-line journal Statistique et enseignement, edited by Société Française de Statistique. She is a President of the International commission for the improvement of mathematics education (CIEAEM).
Corinne Hahn is involved in European projects focussing on adult education in mathematics and statistics.
The concept of variance and its application in the commercial decision process.
The concept of variance is a fundamental concept for learning Statistics. It was showed that it is not mastered by many students and seldomly used by non statisticians in the field.
A specific framework was developed in order to study how sales managers-to-be construct this concept and apply it in their decisions.
Teaching of disciplinary subjects in co-operative education
Co-operative education systems are developing quickly in management education, most often in parallel with the traditional school system.
We argue that teachers involved in co-op education are different from traditional management teachers and we study how.