Bruno Fischer Colonimos

Lecturer in Quantitative Methods

Contact

Email : b.fischer@ipag.fr

Phone : +33 1 5363 3600

Campus : Paris

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Education

M.A. in Management – Lincoln International Business School

BBA in mathematics, University of Paris VI

  • Biography
  • Selected publications
  • Professional experiences

Bruno Fischer Colonimos is a Professor of Quantitative Approaches to Decision Making (Mathematics of Finance, Statistics and Decision Support modeling) at IPAG Business School. He holds a Master's degree in Management from Lincoln International Business School Paris (1992), and is a Spanish national. After having taught several years to students engaged in professional training (BTS / DEC, formerly DECF), he has held organizational responsibilities as a teaching director (EDEP, IDRAC group), director of professional education (CIF-Europe), then professor-coordinator in charge of the first, second and third year at IPAG Business School. Today, he concentrates on teaching, both in French and in English, at IPAG (lectures and tutorial sessions). He also works occasionally at other institutions (American Business School, ESSEC), in English.

B. Fischer, F. Teulon, C. Alavoine, J. Smith « Tenir le haut de l’affiche : les fusions, nouveau défi pour les Business Schools françaises ? », Revue des Sciences de Gestion, n°22, 2017.

Teulon, F., & Fischer, B. (2011). L'analyse libérale des crises financières: un hommage à Jacques Rueff. Vie sciences de l'entreprise, (3), 46-60.

B. Fischer, C. Alavoine, J. Smith, F. Teulon, « Tenir le haut de l’affiche : les fusions, nouveau défi pour les Business Schools françaises ? », 5th  International Studies in Management and Organisations (ISMO), Tunis, 15/16 décembre 2016.

Scotto, M. J., Bonet, D., & Fischer, B. (2014). Entreprendre en France, les motivations des femmes. 5ème Journées Georges Doriot, Entrepreneuriat et Société: de nouveaux enjeux, 15-16.

Teulon, F. (2014). Jacques Rueff et la réforme du système monétaire international. Papers, Ipag Business School.

 

Since 2002: IPAG 184 bd Saint Germain, 75006 Paris

1997-2002 : Lecturer – ESC Rennes, IUP MD (Université Lille 2), IMEA (CCI du Doubs)

1993-1995 : Academic director – EDEP

Research Areas

Applied mathematics, Statistics

 

Teaching Areas

Decision-making, Entrepreneurship, Statistical Methods, Women’s networks