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ICN Business School is a private higher education institution created in 1905, recognized by the State, qualified EESPIG and associated with the University of Lorraine. Accredited AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS and member of the management school chapter of the Conférence des Grandes Écoles, ICN Business School has more than 3,000 students (38% foreign students) on its three campuses (Nancy, Paris, Berlin), supervised by 75 permanent professors and 24 affiliates. As a partner of 150 companies, it trains students and executives to develop innovation through creativity.

Research at ICN Business School

The research laboratories of the University of Lorraine are a cornerstone of the School's research ecosystem. Through them, ICN researchers can connect to broader scientific networks and resources to engage in innovative joint research and in the dissemination and transfer of results. The scope of the research ranges from regional projects to multinational cooperation and also includes joint supervision of doctoral theses.

CEREFIGE, a key partner laboratory

ICN Business School is both founder and partner of CEREFIGE (Centre Européen de Recherche en Économie Financière et en Gestion des Entreprises), the research center of the University of Lorraine. The majority of the faculty is a member of CEREFIGE, which is organized into thematic groups:

    - Finance-Accounting-Control;

    - Innovations & Entrepreneurial Dynamics ;

    - Marketing ;

    - Organizations and Human Resources.

 

CEREFIGE focuses on six priority research areas, two of which are headed by ICN researchers:

    - Health & Care ;

    - Sustainable development and creativity.

   

ICN researchers also have strong links with three other research laboratories at the University of Lorraine:

   - BETA (Bureau d'Economie Théorique Appliquée) ;

   - LGIPM (Laboratoire de Génie Informatique, de Production et Maintenance) ;

   - LORIA (Laboratoire lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications).

 

 

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