Zinat Aboli

Zinat Aboli is Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Mass Media at Mithibai College, (a premier institute in Mumbai with top India Ranking) Mumbai. She has over 14 years of teaching experience for the Bachelors of Mass Media Course. She is a sociologist and media teacher with research interests on issues related to gender, social media, entrepreneurship, creative industries, and religious minorities. She holds a PhD in Sociology and she has completed double masters- one in Mass Communication and Journalism and the other in Sociology. She has presented research papers at national and international level. In India she has presented at Jamia Milia Islamia, University of Mumbai and Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai among other institutes. Internationally she has presented her research at Universities in France, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Malaysia. She is also a freelance writer and also copyedits for creative and academic writing both at national and international level. She has been a Soft Skills Trainer for the past 10 years.

Christophe Aubertin

Christophe Aubertin is associate Professor of Private Law and Criminal Sciences at University of Paris and member of the Research Centre CEDAG. He is Director of the Professional Degree in “Security of Goods and People” and of the University Degree in “Management of Security-Safety”. His researches focus on criminal procedure, criminal law and transport law. In particular, he has edited and published several books and, in particular, a book entitled “Transports, vectors for security and defence” (Mare & Martin, 2018).

Francesco Bogoni

Francesco Bogoni is an architect, urban planner, as well as researcher. He has collaborated with renowned architectural firms in several countries. His researches based on the social sciences with a multidisciplinary approach, focus on architectural and urban projects understood as contextual processes driven by socioeconomic forces. He finalizes a PhD where he studies how participatory models of slum rehabilitation are produced in the globalizing context of small towns in the South, with a focus on India.

Gautier Bourdeaux

Gautier Bourdeaux is Associate Professor in Law at the Université de Paris and member of the Research Centre CEDAG Centre de droit des affaires et de gestion). He supervises a master’s degree in “Banking and Finance” at the University of Paris and teaches various courses in France and internationally.
His fields of research focus on banking and finance law and on international business law, without distancing himself from the fundamental issues of private law. He places special emphasis on the interaction between law, economics and management. He has published various articles or books devoted in particular to “bank management” (Dunod) or international financing (“Traité de droit du commerce international”, LexisNexis) as well as numerous articles in banking and financial law journals. Gautier Bourdeaux has also organized various colloquia and seminars relating, in particular, to alternative currencies, Islamic finance, sovereign defaults, socially responsible investments, financial mathematics’ impacts or prudential regulations. Concerning companies, he has recently organized and published a symposium devoted to the renewal of approaches and the development of new financial vehicles.

Philippe Cadène

Philippe Cadène is Professor in Geography and Development Studies at the Université de Paris. He is the Head of the GHES School (Geography, History, Economy and Society) and conduct research at the CESSMA, (Centre for social sciences studies on the African, American and Asian worlds). He supervises the Master program DYNPED, (Dynamique des pays émergents et en développement), international students in social-sciences interested in emerging or in developing countries. His research and teaching focus is on globalization, emerging and developing countries, with an interest in Asia, particularly India, and the Gulf countries.

Pascal Grouiez

Pascal Grouiezis associate professor of Economics at the Université de Paris. He carries out his researches within the Ladyss (Sdar) – CNRS laboratory (Ladyss.com). His current research focus on the theoretical and methodological foundations of Mesoeconomics. More precisely, Pascal’s main researches focus on the ability of subordinate firms in the Global production networks to develop strategies in order to upgrade their positions vis-à-vis dominant firms. He addresses these issues through two main topics, that of agri-food industry in post-communist economies and that of biogas production pursued by small and medium-scale farms in Europe.

Markus Hassler

Markus Hassler is Professor of Human Geography at Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany. His current research interests are in the areas of global production networks and regional economic development, the geographies of food production and consumption as well as the sustainabilty transitions of energy regimes. The spatial focus of his research are Germany and other countries of the European Union as well as South and Southeast Asia.

Norfaryanti Kamaruddin

Norfaryanti Kamaruddin is a Researcher at the Laboratory of Bioresource Management, Institute of Tropical Forestry and Forest Products (INTROP) in Universiti Putra Malaysia. She is a team member of CoE of Biomass Valorisation, CIRAD-INTROP. She received her PhD degree on the subject of industrial strategy of agribusiness corporations. Her research interests cover a range of area in corporate network analysis, bioresource management, and techno economic assessment of wood-based industry. She is heavily involved in CIRAD-UPM Cooperation and a team member of Sustainable Agricultural Landscapes in Southeast Asia (SALSA) platform

Petia Koleva

Petia Koleva is Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Paris and member of the Research Center [LADYSS (]Laboratoire Dynamiques sociales et recomposition des espaces)](www.ladyss.com). Her research focuses on sustainable development and institutional and organizational dynamics in Eastern Europe and North Africa. She is the author of two books and several articles on institutional change in Eastern Europe. In addition, Petia conducted and published numerous empirical studies in corporate social responsibility in France, Tunisia, Bulgaria etc., and supervised special issues on this topic in various academic reviews. As international mobility coordinator, she created an international double-diploma program at the Sorbonne University of Kazakhstan.

  • petia.koleva@u-paris.fr
  • Web Sites : https://www.ladyss.com/koleva-petia https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Petia_Koleva

Thomas Lamarche

Thomas Lamarche is an economist, Full Professor at the Université de Paris, Director of the LADYSS Laboratory ladyss.com.

He is working on the emergence of new models of development in the context of capitalism globalization crisis. He is so interested on sustainable development, social and local economy, and corporate social responsibility… and he participate to understanding how new local regulation emerges and the development of social economy. With different programs he tries to link cooperative movement, local development and democratic modes of governance. He is associated of La manufacture cooperative, an action-research coop working about cooperatives, transition, independent workers.

Involved in the heterodox and regulationnist economic thought, he have been founder and chief editor of Revue de la Régulation / Régulation Review. Capitalism, Institutions, Powers. He is Vice president of the French Association for Political Economy.

Emilie Lavie

Emilie Lavie is Associate Professor in Geography at the University of Paris since 2010 and member of the PRODIG Research Center. She defended her thesis in 2009 (Université Montaigne-Bordeaux 3, UMR ADESS) on water pollution in the Mendoza oasis (Argentina). She completed a post-doc (Université Paris-Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense, EA GECKO) on domestic water consumption practices in the oasis city of Khartoum (Sudan) and associated health problems. Since then, attached to UMR PRODIG, she pursues her research activities on oasis, focusing on the access to domestic and agricultural water and on the marginalization of certain areas. She recently edited (with Marchall Anais): Oases and Globalisation. Ruptures and Continuities. Springer International Publishing, 2017.

Jean-Marc Roda

Jean-Marc Roda is economist at Cirad. He is based in Malaysia since 2006. He is the CTO of the center of excellence on biomass valorisation of Malaysia (University Putra Malaysia). He is also Malaysia focal point for the cooperation platform between France and SE Asia: SALSA “Sustainability of Agricultural Landscapes in SEAsia”. He is associate scientist at Paris-Sorbonne University. His research and consultancies focus particularly on capitalism, entrepreneuship, and agro-economics strategies that shape the demand and the sustainability of natural resources in tropical countries : mainly timber, forests, and plantation commodities. He successively worked in consulting companies in Europe, in the wood procurement competitiveness, in the pulp and paper sector, and came back to the tropics in 1999 for Cirad, working in 34 countries of africa, latin america, asia, and pacific. In Malaysia, he was seconded by CIRAD to FRIM from 2006 to 2012, and is presently seconded to UPM since 2012.

Yves-Marie Rault Chodankar

Yves-Marie Rault Chodankar’s research work focuses on Economic Geography and Development Studies. He currently studies the problematics entanglements between entrepreneurship and global health. He is PhD in development geography from the Université de Paris and the CESSMA. In his doctoral research he studied the role of India’s small businesses in the emergence of domestic pharmaceutical industry, and access to generic medicine in poor countries.

Abdul Shaban

Abdul Shaban is Professor at Centre for Public Policy, Habitat and Human Development, School of Development Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. He is an urban geographer and economist with research interests on issues related to cities, entrepreneurship, creative industries, and religious minorities. Prof. Shaban has been members of various committees, commissions, and policy think tanks on these areas. He has also been visiting Professor at several leading universities outside India, which include LSE, Muenster University, Erasmus University and Paris Diderot University. He is a former Deputy Director (Pro-Vice Chancellor) of TISS Tuljapur Campus.

  • shaban.tiss@gmail.com
  • Web Site: tiss.edu/view/9/employee/abdul-shaban
  • Mailing Address: Centre for Public Policy, Habitat and Human Development, School of Development Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Deonar, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400088 India. Tel. No. (office) +91-22 25525000 - extension 5333

Safiya Shaikh

Safiya Shaikh is an independent researcher. She has a Masters in Media Entertainment and Advertising from the University of Mumbai. Her research interests include issues related to gender, entrepreneurship, social media, and religious minorities. She has presented research papers at national and international level.