Paris Dauphine University
Paris Dauphine University (French: Université Paris-Dauphine), often referred to as Paris Dauphine or Dauphine is a public research and higher education institution in Paris, France. Dauphine was founded as a faculty of economics and management in 1968 in the former NATO headquarters in Western Paris, in the XVIth arrondissement. It belongs to the Conférence des Grandes écoles.
Dauphine is a famous University in France with Panthéon-Assas University or Paris-Sorbonne University renowned for the quality of its teaching in economics, law, political science, mathematics and business strategy. The attractiveness of Paris-dauphine is reflected by its selection (32% in 2013).
Founded in 1968, Dauphine has been specialized in the organization and decision sciences: Management, Economics, Law, Political Science, Sociology, Applied Mathematics, Management Information Systems and Languages.
In 2009, Université Paris-Dauphine obtained the EQUIS accreditation (European Quality for Improvement System) awarded by the European Foundation for Management Development.
In 2011, Université Paris-Dauphine becomes officially recognized as one of the 16 partners and co-founders of Paris Sciences et Lettres.
Dauphine’s international relations cover:
- Paris Dauphine University is also present in Tunis through the Tunis-Dauphine Institute.
- 180 agreements with more than 40 countries
- 6 joint diplomas with two universities:
- 24.9% international students enrolled in various programmes or diplomas in 2004/2005, including several students from Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia.
Some notable Professors of Dauphine such as Professor Pierre-Louis Lions (Fields Medal in 1994), Professor Witold Litwin (inventor of linear hashing and fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery in France).
- 2011: 5th business school of France according to Eduniversal ranking
- 2010: 4th best alumni network according to the Challenges magazine-Who's Who ranking (ENA, Polytechnique, HEC, Dauphine)
- 2008: 6th business school in France (ESSEC, HEC, ESCP EUROPE, Sciences Po, EM LYON, Dauphine)
- 2014: 36th best university in the world for producing millionnaires
- 2013: 23rd best university in the world in "Mathematics" according to the Shanghai ranking
- 2012: 18th best university in the world in "Mathematics" according to the Shanghai ranking
- 2011: 18th best university in the world in "Mathematics" according to the Shanghai ranking
- 2010: 97th/1000 business school of the world according to eduniversal ranking
- 2008: 64th university in the world according to the Ecole Supérieure des Mines de Paris ranking
- Jacques Aigrain, ex-Chairman of Swiss Re
- Thierry Aimar, French economist, specialist of the Austrian School of economics and history of economic thought
- Régis Arnoux : CEO and Founder of Catering International Services
- Diane Barrière-Desseigne : ex-CEO of Groupe Lucien Barrière
- Olivier Blanchard, International Monetary Fund chief economist
- Yannick Bolloré, Chairman of Bolloré Media
- Bruno Bonnell, ex-Chairman of Infogrames
- Christophe Chenut : ex-CEO of Lacoste
- Elie Cohen (économiste), French economist
- Michel Combes : CEO of Alcatel-Lucent, ex-CEO of TDF
- Claude Czechowski : ex-CEO of CSC EMEA South & West
- Philippe Dupont : ex-Chairman of BPCE
- Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, French politician, deputy and president of Arise the Republic
- Jean-Luc Gérard, Chairman of Ford France
- Arnaud Lagardère, Chairman of Lagardère and of the Board of Directors of EADS
- Alessandrina Lerner (Sandrine Cornet), author
- Marc Levy, author
- Ignacio Arbesú, Mexican researcher Professor
- Hervé Mariton : French politician, Deputy and former Minister
- Roland Minnerath : Archbishop of Dijon (France)
- Thierry Morin, ex-Chairman of Valeo
- Raymond Ndong Sima : First Minister of Gabon
- Hervé Novelli : French politician, Deputy and former Minister
- François Pierson, Chairman of AXA France
- Bernard Ramanantsoa : Chairman of HEC Paris
- Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux : Entrepreneur, founder of The Phone House
- Jean-Michel Severino, ex CEO of the French Development Agency
- Jean-Marc Sylvestre, French journalist
- Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of "Fooled by randomness" and "Black Swan"
- Jean Tirole, Economist, recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2014 and author of "The Theory of Corporate Finance, Princeton University Press 2006"
- Cédric Villani, Mathematician, awarded the Fields Medal in 2010
- Boni Yayi, President of the Republic of Benin
- John Campbell, professor of economics at Harvard University
- Ronald Fagin, computer scientist at IBM Almaden Research Center
- Eleanor Fox, professor at New York University
- Jim Gray, computer scientist and Turing award winner
- Olivier Hart, professor of economics at Harvard University
- Paul Joskow, professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Ehud Kalai, professor at Northwestern University and author of Kalai-Smorodinsky model
- Hayne Ellis Leland, professor at University of California, Berkeley
- Henry Mintzberg, professor of management at McGill University
- Edmund Phelps, professor at Columbia University and author of golden rule savings rate
- Myron Scholes, economist and author of Black-Scholes model and Nobel prize
- Robert J. Shiller, professor of finance at Yale School of Management
- Helmut Siekmann, professor at University of California, Berkeley
- Tom Snijders, professor at Nuffield College, Oxford and at the University of Groningen
- Herbert Spohn, professor at the Technical University Munich
- Melchior Wathelet, Belgian politician
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