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The TRIUM Global EMBA draws upon the distinguished faculties of NYU Stern, LSE and HEC Paris. All TRIUM modules are taught by top-ranked faculty members, handpicked for the depth of their expertise in their respective fields.
TRIUM faculty are not only superb teachers, but they are also actively engaged in the business life of their home cities, advising local companies and generating the knowledge that shapes international business theory and practice. TRIUM’s dedicated academic directors from all three institutions ensure the seamless integration and intellectual cohesiveness of the program.
Elizabeth Wolfe Morrison is a Professor in the Management and Organizations Department and the ITT Harold Geneen Professor in Creative Management. From 2012 to 2018, she was the Vice Dean of Faculty at the Stern School. Professor Morrison's research focuses on different ways in which employees behave proactively at work, the conditions that motivate and enable such behavior, and how various types of proactive behavior both facilitate career success and improve organizational effectiveness. Her research also focuses on employee voice and silence, and in particular, the reasons why employees are often reluctant to speak up about problems and concerns, and how organizations can create climates more open to employee input. She has won several awards for her research, including the Cummings Scholar Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management.
Professor Naufel J. Vilcassim is an expert on the use of economic theory and econometric techniques to analyse substantive marketing problems. He has focused his research on problems in the areas of the marketing mix, competitive interactions and market structure, pricing and price promotion, marketing channels, measurement of market response to investments inadvertising and other marketing mix elements, and household choice behavior.
Kristine de Valck is Professor of Marketing and Dean of Degree Programs. Her research and teaching focus on how the Internet and social media have changed consumer behaviour, organizations, and marketing practice. Her work has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly, British Journal of Management, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Interactive Marketing, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing and Psychology & Marketing, as well as in various edited books. She has won multiple awards for her research including the prestigious ‘Citations of Excellence Award 2013’ for her dissertation-based article that is among the 50 most-cited publications among 13,000 articles published in the top international academic journals. Her Journal of Marketing Research article “The Effect of Electronic Word of Mouth on Sales; a Meta-Analytic Review of Platform, Product, and Metric Factors" was finalist of the 2021 Weitz-Winer-O'Dell Award of the American Marketing Association.
Professor Falkner is a Professor of International Relations at the LSE and a Distinguished Fellow of the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at Toronto University. He was the Research Director of the LSE’s Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment in 2017-22. Robert has published widely on issues relating to international political economy, global business and global environmental politics.
Professor Marciano joined New York University Stern School of Business as a Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Organisations in July 2007. Prior to joining NYU Stern she taught Strategy at Columbia Business School and was an Institute Fellow and Senior Lecturer at Harvard University’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness.
Professor Mulford also is the Adjunct Professor at HEC-Paris, a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and a Visiting Faculty at the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin. His research interests include the psychology of judgment and decision, negotiation analysis, experimental game theory, and experimental research design.
Aswath’s contributions to the field of Finance have been recognized many times over, with numerous awards. Before coming to Stern, Aswath lectured in Finance at the University of California, Berkeley.Faculty focus
Swati Dhingra is an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics at LSE. Before joining LSE, she completed a PhD at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was a fellow at Princeton University. Her research interests are international economics, globalization and industrial policy. Current areas of research include: The impact of trade agreements, Firms in international trade and Industrial development in India.
Edward I. Altman is the Max L. Heine Professor of Finance, Emeritus at the Stern School of Business, New York University. He is the Director of Research in Credit and Debt Markets at the NYU Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions. Prior to serving in his present position, Professor Altman chaired the Stern School's MBA Program for 12 years. Dr. Altman was named to the Max L. Heine endowed professorship at Stern in 1988 and his Emeritus status in September 2015.Faculty focus
Pierre Dussauge's current research focuses on the topic of global strategic alliances. Professor Dussauge has also been a consultant or a management educator with a number of firms in Europe and in the US.Faculty focus
Sara Hobolt is the Professor in the LSE Department of Government and the Sutherland Chair in European Institutions. Previously, she has held posts at the University of Oxford and the University of Michigan. She is the Chair of the European Election Studies (EES), an EU-wide project studying voters, parties, candidates and the media in European Parliamentary elections.
Jihoon Rim teaches the Technology and Entrepreneurship course. He began his tech career in 2003 and has been a venture capitalist for a decade while founding his venture firm KCube Ventures in 2012. In 2015, Kakao Corp., a tech company best known for its mobile messenger KakaoTalk, appointed Jihoon as CEO and made him the youngest CEO among South Korea's top 500 companies. Under his leadership, Kakao successfully expanded its business into finance, content, and mobility industry by launching mobile products that were praised by users. He also heavily invested in Artificial Intelligence and technology, making Kakao the best mobile platform in Korea. The company's revenue and operating profit doubled during his two and a half years term and the acquisition of $1.6B LOEN Entertainment was evaluated as one of the best M&As in the Korean tech industry. In recognition of his stellar performance, Jihoon was ranked No.1 in the "2017 Korea's Best CEO" survey conducted by Insight Korea, a news organization, and selected as "2018 Korea's Top 10 Hero" by Seoul's biggest business media group, MBN.
Joanne Horton was formerly a Professor at Exeter University and an Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) at the London School of Economics, and currently holds a Visiting Professorship at Gothenburg University. Joanne graduated with a PhD from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and went on to work for KPMG in London. She was also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Joanne specialized in accounting for banks and insurance companies and has worked for the OECD in training former Soviet countries in the art of insurance reporting. Current research activity involves investigation of the effects of social networking on certain corporate governance mechanisms and corporate disclosure. Joanne has published extensively in leading academic journals and presented seminars throughout Europe, and in the US and Japan.
Hervé Coyco teaches in various programs at HEC. Most particularly, within HEC Executive Education, he is a Program Director for various programs, especially for large multinational corporations. Hervé Coyco has been associated with HEC Executive Education, since 2008. He regularly gives lectures in Leadership and General Management in Europe and in the USA. In addition, Hervé Coyco is a consultant in Strategy, Organization and Management of International Operations.
Saul also has considerable practitioner experience. He is currently a Non-executive Director of Barings Emerging Markets and was previously a member of the Academic Panel of the postal regulator, Postcomm. He has been a consultant to the World Bank, European Union and OECD, DfID and NERA. He has taught executive programs for a large number of major companies.
Naomi Diamant joined New York University Stern School of Business in January 2012 as Deputy Dean for TRIUM, Assistant Dean of NYU Stern Global Degree Programs and Clinical Assistant Professor of Management Communications. She oversees academic planning and delivery for NYU Stern's global programs, and teaches courses in business communication. Prior to joining Stern, Professor Diamant served as Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives at New York University.
J.P. Eggers joined New York University Stern School of Business as an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations in July 2008. Professor Eggers teaches the core M.B.A. strategy class and a strategy capstone elective. Professor Eggers's research interests focus on technological change, decision-making under uncertainty and new product development. Specifically, he studies the challenges faced by managers and executives in making good decisions and addressing new opportunities in emerging technologies. His recent work examines firms that backed the wrong technology during the emergence of the flat panel display industry and the role that managerial cognition played in determining the course of organizational action during the early years of the fiber optics industry.
Michel Fender is Adjunct Professor at HEC Paris since 2014 in charge of teaching Supply Chain, Value and Operations Management. He teaches in Executive MBAs such TRIUM, Executive Masters and Custom programmes.
Marc Bertonèche is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at HEC Paris, where he teaches and is academic director of several prestigious programs. He also holds a chair as Professor in Business Administration at the University of Bordeaux. He was on the faculty of INSEAD for more than twenty years, was a Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University in 1974 and, for more than ten years, a regular faculty of the Advanced Management Program at Templeton College, University of Oxford. He is a Visiting Professor at the Harvard Business School.
Roger Hallowell teaches and is the Academic Director of programs for managers and executives in the fields of strategy and business policy as well as leadership. Among other assignments, he is the Academic Director of "Leading Strategies for Outstanding Performance" and teaches regularly in HEC Executive MBA.
Florian Hoos teaches accounting and control, sustainable business model development, impact assessment, change management, responsible leadership, social entrepreneurship, value measurement, radical collaboration, negotiation, and has created Massive Open Online Courses in entrepreneurship and changemaking for the coursera plattform and in HEC's online Masters. Florian is also an active researcher in corporate governance and ethical decision making, management control and performance measurement, accounting and entrepreneurship pedagogy, (social) entrepreneurship and innovation, and impact assessment.
A finance professional for more than 25 years, Patrick Legland specializes in debt and equity issues on the capital markets as well as in mergers and acquisitions. Affiliate Professor at HEC Paris, he also teaches financial markets at Science Po Paris, where he is a Lecturer. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the Club Finance HEC, which each year elects the best professional thesis for HEC. Managing Director in various investment banks in Hong Kong, London, Paris, having led global teams, Patrick Legland benefits from extensive international experience. In his role as Global Director of Research, and Member of the Executive Committee of the global Capital Markets activities of a major Investment Bank, he has written numerous professional articles.
Marc Vanhuele (PhD UCLA) is Professor of Marketing. He teaches marketing and pricing management. His research focuses on two fields: how customers treat price information and how marketing managers can improve their decision making through better use of quantitative information on the consumer’s mindset. He serves as associate dean, responsible for digital and for HEC’s participation in the Université Paris-Saclay.
Professor of International Relations in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne. He has M.Phil. and D.Phil. degrees from Oxford University. His previous academic positions were at Oxford University and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has published numerous articles on the political economy of international money and finance and their governance among and within countries. His most recent book is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press in early 2019: The Wealth Effect: How the Great Expectations of the Middle Class Have Changed the Politics of Banking Crises (with Jeffrey Chwieroth).