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HEC Paris Makes Interim Dean Eloïc Peyrache Permanent

After a four-month international search, HEC Paris has chosen to make its interim Dean Eloïc Peyrache the winner of a process that led to five final candidates for its deanship.

Peyrache, who has been a professor of economics at HEC Paris for nearly 18 years, competed against one other unidentified internal candidate as well as three from outside the school, emerging as “a clear favorite” by a 12-member recruitment committee assisted by the search firm Korn Ferry, writes Poets & Quants.