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Sylvain Willart, PhD

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Sylvain Willart


DoB: 1981

City: Luxembourg

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Sept 2003 - Novembre 2007 : PhD thesis

University of Strasbourg - Catholic University Faculty of Mons

Title: Prices, Variety, and Brands for the strategic management of Assortments

Advisors: Alain Bultez (Mons), Michel Dietsch (Strasbourg)

Jury: Claude Pécheux (Mons, president), Philippe Aurier (Montpellier, reviewer), Pierre Desmet (Dauphine, ESSEC, reviewer), Pietro Zidda (Namur, reviewer), Olivier Géradon de Véra (IRI-France)


2005 - 2006 : FNEGE - Cefag

Doctoral program of the French management association


First Seminar (Noyon): Qualitative research methods

Second Seminar (Strasbourg): Quantitative research methods

Sept 2006 : EIASM - EDEN seminar

EIASM EDEN Seminar (European Insititute for Advanced Studies in Management - Brussels)

Subject: Measurement Models in Marketing

Coordinators: Peter Leeflang (Gronningen), Marnik Dekimpe (KUL)

Sept 2002 - Sept 2003 : Master (M2) Management

University of Strasbourg

Head of my class, I received a doctoral grant

Dissertation: Shelf space allocation in a competitive setting, advisors: Alain Bultez and Michel Dietsch

Courses: Game theory; Statistical methods; Organization theory; Research methods; Financial Econometrics; Quantitative Marketing; Retailing; Consumer Behaviour; Organisational change; Human resources management

Sept 2000 - June 2001 : Erasmus Loughborough University

Loughborough University, East Midlands, UK

Courses: Consumer Behaviour; Principles of Financial Management 2; Marketing; Paying for Welfare; Financial Economics; German Language; The EU and the US; Politics of new social movements; Nationalism; Advertising and society

Sept 1998 - June 2002 : Sciences Po Strasbourg

Final dissertation: Measuring the relevant market

Major in Economics et Finance

Courses 1999-2000 et 2001 - 2002: Economic and finance theory; Economic analysis; International Macroeconomics; Strategy; Economic History; Capital markets; Public Policy; Finance; Corporate Finance; Econometrics; Marketing; Advanced Marketing; English; German; Mathematics and Statistics; Corporate law; Accounting: Audit; Financial analysis; Business law; International economic law; Fiscal law; European issues

Cours 2000 - 2001: Erasmus, Loughborough, UK

Cours 1998 - 1999: Economic Analysis; History; Constitutional law; Political Science; History of political thought; Administrative Institutions; International Relations; Money and Financial markets; Statistics; Mathematics; English; German

June 1998 : High School diploma

Major in Science and Mathematics

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