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Corps professoral

Doctorat ès Sciences de gestion
Habilitation à diriger des recherches

Management (MGT)
Campus : Paris


Regis Coeurderoy is Professor in Strategic Management & Innovation, ESCP Europe. Doctor in management (HEC France) and HDR (French Qualification for Ph.D. Supervisor), he is director of i7 - Institute for Innovation and Competitiveness (ESCP Europe). He is past President of the French-speaking strategic management association (AIMS, 2011-2013).

Regis is the author is the author of numerous articles at the crossroads of strategic innovation, entrepreneurship and international business. He has studied, e.g., market strategies by innovators, internationalization processes of New Technology-Based Firms and, more recently, the strategic role of motivational systems on corporate value creation. His research articles are published in international journals like Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing or Strategic Management Journal.


Main publications:


BRIDOUX, F., COEURDEROY, R. and R. DURAND (2017), Heterogeneous social motives and interactions: The three predictable paths of capability development, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol. 38, Issue 9, pp. 1755-1773.


COEURDEROY, R. and A. VERBEKE (2016), The Unbalanced Geography of the World's Largest MNES: Institutional Quality and Head Office Distribution Across Countries, GLOBAL STRATEGY JOURNAL, 6, issue 2, 127-148.


BRIDOUX, F., COEURDEROY, R. and R. DURAND (2011), Heterogeneous Motives and the Collective Creation of Value, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW (THE), Vol.36, Issue 4, pp. 711-730.


COEURDEROY, R. and G. MURRAY (2008), Regulatory Environments and the Location Decisions of Start-ups: Evidence from the First International Market Entries of New Technology-Based Firms, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, Vol 39, Issue 4, pp. 670-687.


DURAND, R. and COEURDEROY, R.  (2001), Age, Order of Entry, Strategic Orientation and Organizational performance, JOURNAL OF BUSINESS VENTURING, Vol. 16, Issue 5, pp. 471-494 24 p.