He’s the Chair of the International Technical Collaboration Program Panel on Planning and Scheduling.
Was an Associate Professor at the University of Alabama. He won the Commerce Council Teaching Award for outstanding teaching at the University of Illinois.
He has previously taught at Boston University, lectured at UC Berkeley and Columbia University, and served as president of The Competitiveness Institute in Barcelona. Currently Technical Advisor at FHI 360, a Washington-based research NGO. Professional experience in value chain analysis, competitiveness and cluster development for clients such as World Bank, USAID, UNDP in over 35 countries.
He has Industry and Consultancy experience with Verizon, Production Modeling Corporation and Lolita S.A, Montevideo, Uruguay…
holds a PhD from the National Engineering School of Tunis (ENIT) with ‘High honors’. She started her higher education with a Bachelor in Industrial Management, and she continued with a Research Master and a PhD thesis in Industrial Engineering, after a brief industrial experience as a quality manager. This path allowed her to acquire solid skills, in particular, in quality, logistics, production and maintenance management. In addition, she taught several courses in her discipline to engineering students at the undergraduate and graduate levels at ENICarthage and ENIT. Her publications appear in international refereed journals.
Business Lawyer admitted at the Tunisian Bar since 2010,
Extensive experience in various international law firms.
Holder of a Master Degree in Common-Law.
Former assistant-lecturer in competition and commercial law at Faculté des sciences juridiques, politiques et sociales de Tunis.
Currently Head of Legal and Compliance in an international transport and logistics company
Amir Krifa is a Senior Manager at EY Data and Analytics (DnA) practice. He is based in the Brussels office. Amir holds a PhD Degree in Computer Science from the university of Nice Sophia Antipolis (France). For more than 8 years, Amir helped customers across different industries to design sustainable data architectures and to build successful advanced analytics projects (customers segmentation, market basket analysis, churn prediction, claims fraud prediction, claims routing, etc.). His current main focus is the financial industry, driving data centric projects for leading institutions (Allianz, BNP Paribas Fortis, …).
Amira received her Ph.D in Economics from the University of Paris Saclay, Evry, France, in 2017. She is a full time faculty member at the Mediterranean School of Business (MSB) at the South Mediterranean University (SMU) and is an active researcher in the Modelisation Analyse Statistique et Economique Research Unit (MASE) in Tunis. Her research interests are within the field of international trade, environmental economics, economics of innovation and applied econometrics. Specifically, Amira is interested in the use of statistical methods to estimate the decision making process at a micro level and more generally in terms of public policy. Current research projects relate export promotion and quality infrastructure services enhancement of SMEs in Tunisia and corporate social responsibility practices’ promotion in accordance with a multicountry analysis.
Bouziri, A., & Diaye, M. A. (2014). A Test of Garicano’s Knowledge Model. Economics Bulletin, 34(3), 1448-1455.
Bouziri, A., Ghazzai, H., & Lahmandi-Ayed, R. (2020). International Ecolabel Vs National Labels. Under revision in Environmental Modelling and Assessment.
Bouziri, A., & Pekovic, S. (2014). Being green to become innovative? An empirical analysis among French firms. Economies et sociétés, 48(3).
Pekovic, S., & Bouziri, A. (2020). Overcoming obstacles to innovation: Can environmental management practices help? Under revision in Knowledge Management Research and Practices.
Stanovcic, T., Pekovic, S., & Bouziri, A. (2015). The effect of knowledge management on environmental innovation. Baltic Journal of Management, 10(4), 413.
Work in progress
Recently, Dr Bouziri joined a cooperation project between the Tunisian Ministry of Industry and small and Medium Enterprises (MIPME), the German Metrology Institute (PTB) and the Technical University in Berlin. The objective of the project is to test with randomized controlled trials (RCT) how to stimulate SMEs’ use of quality infrastructure services in order to foster export activity in Tunisia.
She is a member of another cooperation project entitled “Corporate social responsibility practices’ development for a better society: multicountry analysis”. The aim of the project is to promote corporate social responsibility practices and evaluate their adoption’s impact on the stakeholders in the different countries involved (France, Romania, Montenegro and Lebanon).
has finished the preparatory cycle at Tunis Preparatory Institute of Humanities, Literature and Languages, She studied English and American literature at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Tunis and carried out a graduation memoir on” T.S. Eliot’s Aesthetics of Representation”. In 2011, she graduated from the Ecole Normale de Tunis as an agregeé teacher of English language and literature. Her thesis dissertation entitled “Urban Flanery and the Aesthetics of the unpresentable in Modern/Postmodern English Literature “at Manouba Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Arts, Tunisia and she obtained her PhD diploma with honors. Currently, she is teaching first and second year master’s and supervising a number of graduation projects for third year Business English and Translation students. She is also a member of the master committee and subject’s coordinator at Beja Higher Institute of Applied Languages – Tunisia.
is an associate professor of Quantitative Methods at Tunis Business School- University of Tunis. He received his Ph.D in Statistics from the Department of Statistics at Dortmund University of Technology, Germany, in 2006. His research interests include business analytics, engineering statistics, statistical process control, simulations modeling and risk analysis. He has a rich experience as a consultant for industrial companies.
is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Tunis, Tunis Business School (TBS). He is a Ph.D in International Accounting. He holds an M-MBA from Missouri State University (USA).
Dr. Kossentini has published in several Accounting and Finance journals and participated in numerous international conferences and workshops covering topics related to the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in emerging economies. He is a member and researcher of the British Accounting Association, special interest group of accounting and finance in emerging economies.
is full Professor in Industrial Engineering. Besides his numerous scientific contributions and publications, he has a rich experience as a consultant for national and international industrial companies. Dr. Chelbi is recipient of the Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2009.
He’s also senior Lecturer at HEC Montréal.
is a well-regarded finance expert with more than 10 years’ experience in international corporates within accounting departments and is an international consultant for financial performance matters. Eager to consolidate the academic knowledge with hands-on materials to best ensure work adaptability of the student.
is Head of the Advising and Counselling Centre (ACC) at SMU and Full-time Faculty.
After majoring in Arts in high school, Asma joined the IPELSHT and then the ENS de Tunis. After that, she pursued a Master’s degree in Translation at the Université Paris-Est Créteil in France.
Also assistant professor of finance at the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and the operations chair of the Center for Social and Sustainable Innovation.
has a BA degree from University of Manouba. He is a Fulbright Alumni where he joined the joint MA/PhD degree program at The State University of Pennsylvania. He has a CELTA certificate from University of Cambridge. He worked in India then joined the British Council as the first Tunisian to get a full-time contract with them.
At ESMT European School of Management and Technology (Berlin).
He’s the co-author of « Introduction à la Comptabilité» & «Connectionnist Approaches in Management». Dr. Lesage is the CEFAG Director (Centre Européen de Formation Approfondie à la Gestion).
Graduate studies completed at Central European University (2019), and undergraduate studies in History completed at Carleton College (2016).
is a specialist of accounting and Financial Engineering. He:
– is graduated from ISCAE and did his postgraduate studies at ESC and ISG.
– worked as Training Director and Senior Consultant for several institutions with international affiliation.
– has an extensive teaching experience (Main topics: Accounting; Auditing; Corporate Finance; Capital markets; Entrepreneurship, Risk Management).
– completed and supervised more than 50 research reports and final projects
Waller has served as a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, the Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis and Cleveland, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Economics Education and Research Consortium.
he has a strong international Career from working in UK, Canada, France, Portugal.
I have a degree in philosophy and a master in comparative literature. I am a Spanish teacher with 7 years of experience.
Official examiner of DELE B1, B2, C1, C 2 I have worked in different institutions such as ISLT or the Cervantes Institute.
specializes in the development and implementation of economic development agendas related to value chains and labor markets. She worked on several USAID and WB assistance programs in MENA and Asia assessing the business environment and supporting private sector growth and youth employability. Dorra received her Ph.D., majoring in Strategic Management at Osaka University.
He has been visiting professor at many leading Universities in the UK, continental Europe, US, Australia and China. His 8 years as a senior investment banker in corporate finance with banks such as Hambros Bank and Banque Paribas as well as extensive academic grounding with degrees from Cambridge University (M.A (Hons), M.Phil.), Cranfield University (MBA) and University of Warwick (PhD), place him at the intersection between theory and practice. This blend of practice and academic insight informs his consulting, teaching and research.
Thus, he developed expertise in international Mergers and Acquisitions, Capital Investment, and project funding.
He joined SWICORP as a “General Counsel” in 2007.
Ph.D, University of Carthage (2019). Jrad has taught Human Rights Law in Tunisia, she has led and co-lead courses on the rule of law, PVE/CVE, justice and security sector reform with eminent institutions worldwide.
MSc Middle East Politics, SOAS (2015). Aliriza is a journalist and researcher focusing on Tunisian politics.
is a young Tunisian female activist and women’s rights advocate. She is the Vice President and executive member of International Institute of Debate in charge of communication and development. She received her MA degree in American Literature with a concentration on women and gender studies from University of Kairouan. She is a Fulbright Alumna at Bennett College for Women and a specialist coach in corporate and professional communication. She is currently working on her PhD in Trauma Studies in Literature.
is currently an assistant professor in finance at Mediterranean School of Business. Has been teaching Finance and Financial Mathematics at IHEC Carthage. She is a member of the Research Laboratory in Applied Economics and Finance. Dr. Moussa has obtained a Ph.D in Finance from IHEC of Carthage. Research interests include Financial Market, Asset Pricing, time-series modeling and Financial Mathematics. Has articles published or forthcoming in the Journal of Research in International Business and Finance, Global Finance Journal and WEI International Academic Conference Proceedings of Harvard Faculty Club.
is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at IHEC Carthage. She holds an MA in Economics and a BA in Finance from IHEC Carthage. Prior to joining MSB, she taught Monetary Economics and Microeconomics at IHEC Carthage.
PhD, Associate professor at Le Mans university (France). Fethi holds a PhD Degree in Computer Science from Le Mans University. His research focuses on machine learning and it’s application to natural language processing (NLP). During the last several years Fethi has been actively involved in many NLP related European and US research programs. He has published more than 40 research papers and served in a variety of conference organizations.
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD (Fontainbleau) and Director of INSEAD’s Social Entrepreneurship Program.
is assistant professor at MSB. He is also the Head of the SMU Research Center. He is a non-resident scholar at Carnegie Middle East Center where his research focuses on Tunisia’s political, economic and security developments as well as the political economy of conflicts in North Africa. Before joining MSB, He was Research fellow at the European University Institute (Florence-Italy) between 2016 and 2019. Dr. Meddeb holds a PhD from Sciences Po Paris (2012) and a master’s degree from University Paris X-Nanterre.
has a Ph.D in applied mathematics from the University of Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne. She is a full-time faculty and the discipline lead of QMM courses at MSB. Before joining MSB, she worked for nine years as an assistant professor at the College of Business and Economics at Qatar University, teaching quantitative courses both at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
is a former researcher and business incubator at CIE, University of Chicago. He has been teaching economics as well as quantitative courses since 2009. He holds a Doctorate in economics, a DEA in Mathematical Economics and Applied Econometrics, and a MS in Quantitative Methods Applied to Economics and Management from University Tunis El-Manar.
holds a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from University Paris Dauphine. She held several teaching positions in Tunisia (IHEC Carthage, MSB) and in France (Paris IX Dauphine, Marne la Vallée). Her research and teaching focus on firm boundary decisions, supply chain and social entrepreneurship (business models, scaling-up models). She was the coordinator for the Dicamp Master Program specialized in Innovation Management. She is a the coufounder and program director of the Open Start-up Competition Tunisia (OST) in partnership with Columbia university. She also co-developed process mediterrannée, a program aiming to developing social innovation between Europe and the south Mediterranean countries. She holds more than 10 years consultancy experience in the field of strategy and Organization with a focus on impact strategies.
holds a Ph.D in Marketing and Strategy from Paris-Dauphine University (France). She was a PhD fellow at ESSEC Business School (Paris, France) and a Teaching and Research assistant at Paris Dauphine University. Since 2017, she is a state university assistant professor.
PhD, Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management and deputy director of the Mergers and Acquisitions institute at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), Lancaster University, UK. He has been voted from students and has received teaching awards in three different universities: Lancaster University (Lancaster University, 2016, 2017), University of Glasgow (2014, 2015) and University of Athens (2018). He has received and been shortlisted for several other research (e.g., Journal of Strategy and Management best paper award, Strategic Management Society best conference paper award) and has widely published in leading academic journals. He is Associate Editor of the European Management Journal. For more information: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lums/people/ioannis-thanos.
Professor at Lisboa School of Economics Management and Assistant Professor at ISEG, Technical University of Lisbon.
PhD in Business Administration, Manchester Business School, Manchester, UK
Associate professor with Habilitation at the Lisbon School of Economics and Management (ISEG), of the University of Lisbon, in the Management Department, since October 2010.
LIB discipline lead, assistant professor at MSB. BA in Law Université de Toulouse, Mphil History of Political Thought University of Cambridge, MA and PhD in Political Science Université libre de Bruxelles.
has a Ph.D in Nuclear and Quantum Physics from the University of Tunis El-Manar and is a full-time faculty at MSB. He worked for 4 years on hadronic calorimetry for the International Linear Collider experiment at CERN (Switzerland) in collaboration with l’Ecole Polytechnique (France). He has also taught mathematics for engineers, numerical analysis and physics for undergraduate and graduate classes.
In addition, he is a consultant for several Tunisian projects and firms.
PhD, Associate Professor and Director of the MSc in Management Program at the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, Canada. She holds a PhD in Marketing (Aix Marseille III, France), and a Master of Science in Marketing (Aix Marseille III, France). During her career, she took positions at HEC Montreal, Université Paris XII, and ESSEC Business School. She taught several marketing courses at the undergraduate level as well as the graduate level. Her research interests focus on consumer behavior, international marketing, nation branding, organic and recycled products consumption.
Ph.D. in Marketing, ISG Tunis – Bachelor degree in Marketing, IHEC Carthage Visiting Scholar, GSB, Columbia University Visiting Scholar, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Assistant Professor of Marketing & Chair of the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Office. Research interests: Brand Equity measurement; Organic Food consumption.
MBAs and undergraduates on 5 continents Voted Professor of the Year by students at Hult Shanghai (2013), Hult Boston & Pan Asian University Taipei (2012).
PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the School of Information at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. Prior to joining Michigan in 2013, He received his PhD from University of Montreal in Canada in 2012. He is a recipient of the 2018 President of Tunisia Distinguished Research Award. He is a recent recipient of the university distinguished teaching, digital education and research awards. His invention on interactive intelligent refactoring was selected as one of the top 8 UM featured inventions by the University of Michigan Technology Transfer office.
is currently an assistant professor in finance at Mediterranean School of Business. Has been a Senior Market Research Analyst for 6 years within FIS Tunisia (Sungard). She has obtained a Ph.D in Finance from IHEC of Carthage. She also obtained a Forex Trader Certificate from Teletrade Tunisia. Research interests include International Finance, FDI, Financial Crisis, Financial markets development…
Matt Gordner is a Lecturer of Middle East and North African history and politics at South Mediterranean University and a 6th year doctoral student in the University of Toronto’s department of political science. Mr. Gordner is also the founder and director of the Peace by Piece Initiative and an American Political Science Middle East and North Africa Civil Society Fellow.
Dr. Zahaf holds a PhD in quantitative methods in management (HEC Montreal, Canada), and a Master of Science in Marketing (HEC Montreal, Canada). During his career, he took positions at HEC Montreal, the GERAD, American University in the Middle East, Lakehead University, and the University of Ottawa. He taught several marketing courses at the undergraduate level as well as the graduate level.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, HEC Paris. Visiting Professor, Darden Graduate School of Business.
Professor of Organization Studies at Nova School of Business and Economics, in Lisboa, Portugal.
is a Faculty Professor at SMU in Tunis, Tunisia. He teaches Psychology, Philosophy, and English as a foreign language. He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in philosophy, and he later attended Columbia University to study psychology. His research interests involve the phenomenology of cognition, cognitive learning strategies, and the effects of early childhood environments.
Dean, School of Management, University of South Florida (USA). Dr. Limayem is a founding member of MSB.
is about to finalize Ph.D. in Human Resource Management at ISG Tunis and he also holds a master’s in management at FSEGT . He held several teaching experiences in Tunisia (FSEGT, ISG, TBS, ESSECT…) He also supervised end-of-study projects both in public and private universities. Besides, he received several trainings, the last one dealt with the case study writing and teaching, delivered by professors from Harvard University, Georgetown University and Texas A&M University, in partnership between Mediterranean School of Business and Leadership Academy for Development.
A Senior Global Supply Chain Leader
with over 17 years of global management consulting and operations experience including Supply Chain Management and Analytics at Apple, Senior consultant at Deloitte…
is a university lecturer in computer science, expert in C and C++ programming languages, with an experience of 18 years in higher education including 6 years as head of department of computer engineering, during which she developed several curricula for bachelor’s degree programs, engineering and evening courses accepted by the Ministry of Higher Education.
Teaching EXCEL 2016 as a data analysis tool began six years ago but its main objective is to provide professional training of this tool with a focus on advanced features.
Muhammad Abbassi is a Senior Consultant with Matine Consulting, a strategic and management consulting firm. He has a banking background as a Senior Credit Analyst at BIAT where he covered a portfolio of corporates and SMEs in financial distress. Muhammad has earned his CFA charter after passing all three levels of the CFA Program in a row. He holds a master’s degree in Business Creation and Entrepreneurship and a bachelor’s degree in Finance from IHEC Carthage.
Dr. Naceur Khraief is currently an Assistant Professor at Tunis Business School, where he teaches Macro and Microeconomics courses. His main areas of research are Energy Economics, Environmental and Natural Resources Economics and Agricultural Economics. Dr. Khraief received a Ph.D from the University of Nice Sofia-Antipolis (France). He is a Research Associate at “Groupe de Recherche en Droit, Economie et Gestion” (GREDEG), Nice University. He has published articles in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Energy, Economie Rurale and Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
Associate Professor at the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina.
is a Certified Microsoft Trainer since 2001over the past 20 years Naouel trained more than 5000 employees of 50 different companies from the private public and government structure.
Associate Professor of Finance, HEC Montréal and American University of Sharjah (AUS).
has been in the field of Education since 2007, along with having worked in Administration, Sales, Marketing & Project Management, as well as Consulting. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she has also studied and/or worked in the UK, France, Brazil and Spain, where she recently completed her MBA in International Marketing and International Management. She has taught General, Academic, Exam and Business English in five countries to students from over 60 nationalities, in addition to having facilitated workshops in various areas of Professional & Personal Development. She is currently working between Tunis and Southern Europe on a variety of professional and voluntary pursuits.
Nidhal is a solution Architect based in Paris with more than 10 years of deep experience in data valorization challenges of customers in more than 25 countries. He is currently working for a leading worldwide US-Held enterprise software company. Nidhal is responsible for getting involved in all aspects and activities of analytical solutions deployments from concept definition, through requirements analysis, configuration and implementation, concluding with a solution that is specific to an enterprise solution Nidhal is also in charge of evangelizing digital transformation solution integrating IOT, BIG Data, ML and Artificial intelligence.
Noomen Ben Ghorbal obtained his PhD in Statistics from Laval University, Québec, Canada. His thesis contributes to the modeling of stochastic dependence using the theory of copulas and nonparametric statistics. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the Higher School of Economic and Commercial Sciences, Tunisia. Before joining ESSECT, he taught basic courses in probability and statistics given to students in science and engineering at the Laval University.
is a Ph.D graduate in Economics from Université Paris-Dauphine, France. He has an extensive practical experience in entrepreneurship as the Director of the Innovation Lab. and the Founder of Evey Technologies, a civic startup for real time community votes.
is a professor and an independent researcher with over ten years of experience in language education and acquisition. She is also a former Fulbright Scholar and currently the Student Affairs Manager at South Mediterranean University.
obtained her Bachelor’s degree in English Language, Literature, and Civilization from the University of Arts and Human Sciences of Manouba in Tunisia. After her Master’s degree in Human Rights and Democratization from the Faculty of Law of the University of Malta she worked at the Arab Institute for Human rights then for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Since 2006, she has been teaching at the university.
Bsc. Marketing (ISG Tunis) MBA, PhD (Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University) Marketing Communication / Branding Consultant
Assistant Professor of Marketing (Undergraduate and Graduate programs) Marketing Discipline Lead (MBM)
Dr. Othman Cole is an Assistant Professor of Finance at ESCP Europe Business School teaching Mergers and Acquisitions,
Corporate Finance, Project Finance, and Energy Management. Othman also teaches Corporate Finance on the Executive MBA program at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
Dr Oualid Zaramdini joined, in September 2011, the Higher Institute of Commerce and Accounting in the Carthage University in Tunis, Tunisia. Prior to that he got his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the University of Tsukuba in Japan in March 2000 in the area of Management Science and Engineering and then taught Operations Management courses in the University of UAE in Al-Ain, UAE and the University of Al Akhawayn in Ifrane, Morocco. He published papers in many journals and conferences.
joined SMU in 2014 she is the Director of the Language and Culture Institute. Patricia is responsible for the English language and Soft Skills programs for executive training, the Study Abroad Program, English and Communication as well as Modern Languages departments at MSB. Patricia has a consolidated 30 years’ experience in the field of teaching English, Business Communication and Public Speaking for both the higher education and the corporate sectors. she has worked in many countries worldwide and with several multinationals in Tunisia.
is international human resources professional with both academic and senior corporate management experience over 19 years. Before she has joined MSB University in Tunis she has been working 6 years as assistant professor at Canadian University of Dubai where delivers mostly MBA courses. As an international consultant she participated and executed a variety of HR projects and coaching programs for several companies in the Middle East and Central Europe. Patricia graduated from Philosophical University of Slovakia in 1999, with a diploma in Adult Learning /HRM. She also holds PhD (2007) and other post gradual degrees in the field of Andragogy and Human Resources Management.
Assistant Professor & Coordinator of information Management Specialization of the MBA at Católica Lisbon School of Business.
Professor in the Department of Managing Peaople in Organizations at EADA, Spain.
Professor and Dean, College of Business UT Arlington. Professor and the director of the UT Dallas Negotiations Center.
Served as an assistant and Associate professor at the Wharton School. She’s the National Science Foundation’s division director for Social and Economic Sciences, managing a $100 million annual budget and eight programs.
Associate Professor at MSB, CEO at MASS Analytics with over 15 years’ experience in marketing mix modelling, budget optimization and marketing strategy consultancy.
Senior lecturer in Marketing/Quantitative Methods at the University of Greenwich-UK. 5 years’ experience in Market Research in Montreal Canada handling big accounts (L’Oréal, Bombardier…)
has worked in marketing and business development in the US, Latin America and Europe for companies such as United Parcel Service, Galeries Lafayette, Charles Schwab and Antevenio. He has a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Florida and a Master’s in Management from Boston University. He has taught in universities in Spain and China.
His main area of expertise is digital direct marketing with a focus on customer acquisition. He launched several companie’s online acquisition efforts with a focus on optimizing the lifetime value of customers. He has also written on various topics including financial markets, politics and popular culture. His writing has appeared in Counter Punch, Global Research and Lew Rockwell, among others.
Professor of International Business at the University of South Carolina.
Professor of management, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
He received a Professional development Grant in Teaching from the University of Massachusetts.
(b. Budapest, Hungary, 1981) earned his doctorate in Human Sciences in 2014 at the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, where he also took two additional university (MA) degrees in English Language and Literature as well as American Studies. He has taught courses on literary theory and diplomacy at his alma mater at BA and MA levels and assumed the post of Visiting Professor at several other regional institutions in Europe. Dr. Sárdi has a rich publication history in refereed journals and periodicals. He has attended conferences in Brazil, Switzerland, Albania, Georgia, Russia, Bangladesh and Cambodia, and also spearheaded monitoring trips across Europe in the framework of the Erasmus+ program. He speaks Hungarian (native), English (near-native), Portuguese (proficient), and French (advanced).
holds a PhD in Management from ISCAE, Manouba. She has several years’ academic experience as Supply chain and logistic Professor and as well as administrative coordinator and school director. Her teaching experience includes of teaching in different public and private universities in Morroco and in Tunisia.
Ph.D. in Marketing, ISG Tunis Assistant Professor of Marketing, Marketing Communication Project Manager
Research interests: Information Processing; Food waste; Rhetoric, Creativity and Complexity in Advertising.
Professor of Strategy and Economy, he’s Head of Management Department at ESCE, Paris.
Teached at Alabama University, U.Montréal & Washington University, ( “Teaching Excellence Award”).
holds a Ph.D. and a M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM). Prior to joining MSB, she worked as a Consultant for the Development Research Department of the African Development Bank (AfDB). She also was a Teaching Assistant at the University of Quebec at Montreal.
holds a PhD in Management from Sciences-Po Paris. She is the Director of the Undergraduate Program in Management and HEC Montreal Program at MSB and the discipline lead of Management. Her teaching experience includes several years of teaching in universities in France and in Tunisia.
Professor of Accounting, Sloan School of Management, MIT, Boston.
has a Ph.D in mathematics from the University of Tunis-El Manar. He is a part-time faculty at MSB and works as full professor at the Faculty of sciences of Tunis and the Normal School of Tunis He taught many courses in mathematics as Analysis, multidimentional analysis, linear algebra, sesquilinear algebra, group theory, functional analysis and harmonic analysis both at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
holds a PhD in Management from high Institute of Management; Fullbright program’s scholarship at Texas A&M University, more than 20 years’ experience in teaching in different public and private universities, Full time professor at IHEC/Carthage Présidence, Part time professor at MSB.
Dr. Soumaya Ben Aicha is an assistantprofessor in Industrial Engineering.Her teaching areas are operations research, operations management, quality management, project management and risk management.Her research interest areas are mainly related to the robust supply chain in the face of uncertainties. She is also a consultantand third-party auditor in quality, environment, safety & securityand informationsecuritymanagement.
Ph.D. in Business Administration from Dauphine Paris & UQAM
Full-Time faculty and MIS Discipline Lead at MSB
Professor in the Department of Managing People in Organizations at EADA, Spain.
graduated from Dalian University of Foreign Languages in China with a bachelor’s degree in Arabic and a master’s degree in Arabic language and literature.
He has published many papers in domestic academic journals. He was the director of the Arabic undergraduate teaching and research office.
In September 2018, he went to the Confucius institute of the University of Carthage in Tunisia to work as a Chinese teacher and head of educational affairs. He taught Chinese in ISLT, INSAT, ENIT and other public schools, mainly teaching basic Chinese courses, practical Chinese dialogue, cultural exchanges between China and Arab countries, economic and trade exchanges between China and Arab countries and other courses.
is a legal specialist with experience in legal consultancy in business law and nonprofit law sector. She worked with international organizations and NGOs to manage, monitor and evaluate grants and cooperative agreements to support Tunisian civil society, gender equality and governance. In 2007, she graduated from the faculty of legal and political sciences of Tunis II. In 2009, she obtained a second-level professional master diploma in Private European Law from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” in Italy. Currently, she is enrolled in a PhD program and her research doctoral thesis is about political communication in the digital era. Syrine is a cat-lover.
Professeur Chaire Walter J.Somers of Management & International Strategy at HEC Montréal.
He’s also professor at McGill et ESSEC Paris.
Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania (2008). Kahlaoui was a tenure-track assistant professor at Rutgers University (2008-2017). He served also as the general director of the Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies (2012-2014).
is a Certified Professional Coach & Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner, specializing in Energy Leadership and Success Coaching. She also holds a degree in Human Services from the University of Phoenix and has worked in training and professional development for nearly 15 years while running and operating her own company in blended learning for nearly 20 years trying to reform classroom engagement in the MENA region.
Tracy is also the SMU Head of International Programs, where she oversees exchange and transfer programs, while developing and managing international partnerships focusing on the importance of internationalization in higher education.
Associate Professor, New York University and AUB.
Dr. Araman worked with Altera Coporation in Sillicon Valley, California and Mckinsey & Co. in Paris.
holds a PhD in Economics Sciences. She has been working for more than 5 years as a professor in the American University of North of Africa, University of Tunis El Manar and University of Sfax. Dr. Mallek teaches Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Innovation Economics, Economy of Tunisia, Principles of Economics and International Economics. Her publications appear in international refereed journals and her research interests include; Industrial policy, knowledge economy, geography of innovation, proximities and innovation, NSI…
Wafa Trabelsi Ben Saad holds a Ph.D. in Accounting from IHEC Carthage where she previously served as a Teaching Assistant. She is currently an Assistant Professor in Accounting at Mediterranean School of Business. Her main areas of research include White-collar crimes and Fraud prevention and detection.
holds a PhD and a MA in Economics from University of Houston Central in Texas, United States. She also holds an Engineering degree from l’Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie. Her teaching experience includes several years of teaching in universities in the United States and in Tunisia.
is a Full-time professor of International Management, Leadership and Management at the South Mediterranean University. She holds Master of Science in Organizational Leadership in Project Management along with Human Resources Management and Development from the University of Denver. She has graduated from high school, university, and higher education in the United States of America and has been living aboard for the past 14 years.
is an English teacher with more than 12 years of teaching-experience in Tunisia and abroad. He taught various ESP and EAP courses. His teaching style is student-centered with a keen interest in improving students’ motivation and skills. Holder of an MA in Linguistics and a UK based training; he is a constant learner through his interactions with students and colleagues.
is an academic teacher and researcher in accounting. She has more than ten years’ experience in high education level. She holds a PhD in accounting from the Higher Institute of Accounting and Business Administration “ISCAE”.