Phil Eyre

Royaume-Uni France

Responsable des Programmes MBA
Professeur Associé au département Homme, Organisations et Société
M.Phil, Economie, Manchester Metropolitan University

Domaines d'expertise

  • Economie


+33 4 76 70 64 21 Bureau : F603

Phil EYRE cell : +33 626523713 Currently enolled on DBA at GEM.   2016 M.PHIL   with Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Research area : Governance and  foreign direct investment in France and  the  European Union.From 2006 to present : GGSB MBA Program Director, with responsibility for onsite and offsite programs, including full-time and part-time MBA programs in Grenoble, London, Moscow and Georgia. . From 2010 : affiliated faculty for the Harvard ‘Microeconomics of Competitiveness' program, widely taught in GEM, via the Grenoble Lab-Center for Competitiveness led by Dr Mark Esposito. From 2011: he has taken part in the Cambridge (UK) Advanced Management & Economics  Program at St Catherine's college, delivering a session entitled ‘Visions of Europe'. Phil graduated with a B.Sc. summa cum laude in Economics from Cardiff University and an M.A. in Management Teaching from the EM Lyon/Lancaster University European Management Teaching Program. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach and using the case method extensively, his classes confront students with strategic business issues from legal, political and economic perspectives. Within the field of International Business, Phil teaches the following courses : European Integration, the European Business Environment, Global Trade, Sourcing and Logistics in Supply Chain Management, Business in Emerging Economies. For the MBA program he takes the International Business Development elective class and the final capstone module or ‘Integrative Case'. Over the years, visiting teaching on the above topics includes short deliveries for institutions at graduate and at undergraduate level in the USA, UK, Singapore, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Serbia. He is regularly invited to lecture in the UK and US on European integration issues. Before focusing on academic activity he gained professional experience in service and manufacturing companies in Britain, France and Italy in the IT, office equipment and tourist sectors.