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Jean-Michel Saussois is emeritus Professor at ESCP Europe Paris campus. He is a graduate of HEC and holds a Doctorate in Sociology.
His field of expertise is the evaluation and management of public policies and change management within public administrations and organizations.
He is a former Head of the national agency Anvie which produces and diffuses research studies in the social sciences for industry.
For many years Professor Saussois has worked as a consultant with OECD through the Center for Educational Research and Innovation and Government, public management division. He led a three year OECD project in the field of knowledge management resulting in the publication of a book “Knowledge management in the learning society 2001”.
Professor Saussois is a member of several editorial boards : Sociologie du travail, Management et politiques publiques, La lettre de management public.
He is the author of many articles on organization, public management and knowledge management. He wrote a book, published in November 2006 and titled “Capitalisme sans répit” (La Dispute, Paris). His most recent book has been published in november 2007 with the publishing house La Découverte. The book concerns “organisational theories”.
Jean Michel Saussois is currently participating to a research programme within the Research Division of the College des Bernardins on the theme of "Company as a property subject" (2009-2011).
Jean-Michel Saussois is also conducting research in the field of public policy implementation and evaluation. He is co-leader of a joint research project (2008-2009) with Advancia; the project is a comprehensive and comparative analysis concerning clusters, institutional framing and public actors.