Title or Function
- Strategic Management; Governance; Theory of Organizations; Institutional Theory; Corporate Social Behavior.
- East (Montreal)
Taïeb Hafsi is a professor of the Strategy and Society department of HEC Montreal. His research is essentially about strategic management of complex organizations. Regarding studies on philanthropic organizations, he has completed works on Centraide (a book currently in press) and on the André and Lucie Chagnon Foundation. A large part of his work is about public companies. He has written over a hundred academic or professional articles and thirty-nine books or monographies on these subjects. He founded the Management International journal and is a Research Fellow of the Economic Research Forum think tank, for North Africa and the Middle East. He is a member or numerous academic associations including the Academy of Management and the Association des sciences administratives du Canada (ASAC). He is also one of the founders of the Strategic Management Society and contributed to the founding of the Association internationale de management stratégique. Before joining HEC Montreal, T. Hafsi was a professor of the Management faculty of McGill university and at the École supérieur des sciences économiques et commerciales (ESSEC) in Paris. He has an engineering diploma in chemical engineering, a Masters degree in Management from Sloan School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as well as a PhD from Harvard Business School.