The Faculty of Economics and Management develops a research policy that aims to support the research teams attached to it, to help provide them with the best possible scientific, financial and material environment; to encourage the development of partnerships and collaborations between teams and between researchers, and to promote the emergence of new projects while contributing to the steering of existing projects.
Habilitation to supervise research
The Scientific Committee (Extract from the FEG statutes)
The Scientific Committee is chaired by the Dean or in his absence by the Vice-Dean for Research. In addition, it is composed of the directors of the research units attached to the Faculty and of the member(s) of the Faculty elected to the Research Commission of the University if the Faculty is represented on it.
Its mission is to examine and, if necessary, to propose an inter-filing, all the files concerning calls for research tenders and grant applications submitted to the University before transmission to the Research Commission of the University.
The Scientific Committee also gives its opinion on the files of visiting professors and on applications for the defense of the Habilitation to Direct Research.
It meets at the initiative of its president according to current events and in particular the agenda of the next Research Commissions.
The Scientific Committee is composed of the following 9 persons:
- Buno Decreuse
- Claudio Vitari
- Alain venditti
- Nicolas Aubert
- Laurent Livolsi
- Roch Giorgi
- Thierry Berthet
- Marion Dovis
- Nadine Richez Battesti
Draft mandate :
The current mandate is that the Scientific Committee should also be a means of bringing teaching closer to research, more interdisciplinarity in research and a strong involvement of the FEG in the career development of teaching and research staff.
On the subject of bringing teaching closer to research, the Scientific Committee contributes to the definition of research training programmes. The rapprochement also means considering that research laboratory staff are members of the FEG community regardless of their supervision. They must therefore be recipients of internal and external FEG information.
Concerning interdisciplinarity in research, the scientific committees are organised at MEGA, to mark that MEGA must promote meetings between members of the research centres. This will consolidate mutual trust, facilitate meetings and encourage collective projects.
With regard to the careers of teachers and researchers, the Scientific Committee contributes to the training of personnel on career opportunities and to the definition of recruitment needs and opportunities.