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Co-Director, HEC Paris Center for Geopolitics (in coll. with P. Chaigneau)
Jeremy Ghez is an Affiliate Professor of Economics and International Affairs at HEC Paris. He is also the Academic Director of the school’s Center for Geopolitics. His research focuses strategic foresight, strategic surprises, global politics and economics, new models of governance and business, American and European politics as well as on Middle Eastern affairs. His work has been published in RAND manuscripts and in reviews such as Survival.
Jeremy is also a Research Fellow at RAND Europe and the former Editor of La Nouvelle Revue Géopolitique , a French quarterly.
At HEC, Jeremy teaches economics and geopolitics in the Grande Ecole, MBA and EMBA programs. Jeremy received a Master’s in Business from HEC Paris, a Master’s in Economics from the Paris School of Economics, and a PhD from the Pardee RAND Graduate School.
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"Staying West or Turning East? A New Greek Tragedy", 2016.
"The Economics of Amazon", 2014.
Employment Date: 2010
Main courses taught at HEC
Managerial Economics and Business Environment (EMBA Core Class)
Business environment and strategy
Managerial Economics (MBA Core Class)
2010 Ph.D. in Policy Analysis, Concentration in Political Science, Pardee RAND Graduate School, USA.
2006 Other, Economy, Economics, Paris School of Economics (DELTA), France.
2005 Diplôme Grande École HEC Paris (Master Degree in Management), HEC Paris, France.
Academic responsibilities at HEC
2013- Co-Director, HEC Paris Center for Geopolitics (in coll. with P. Chaigneau).
2010- Affiliate Professor.
mars 2011-mars 2014 Editor, « Nouvelle Revue Géopolitique » .
Strategic Foresight and Futures Analysis
Geopolitical analysis, risk and uncertainty
Business and Geopolitics