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9. People related to management research in Fashion & Luxury businesses

 

Notes: in no particular order. Apologies to all researchers (and promoters of it) that have not been mentioned here; please contact me in order to be listed. Likewise, apologies to people who would prefer not be mentioned.

 

o          Italy

 

§       Stefania Saviolo, Paola Varraca , Paola Cillo  and Barbara Rovetta, members of the “Sistema Moda” research unit of SDA Bocconi, led by  Salvo Testa 

 

§       Carlo Pambianco, managing director of Pambianco management consulting

 

§       Marco Ricchetti, president of Hermes Lab Consulting and former head of research  of the Centro Studi di Federtessile

 

§       Ampelio Bucci, director of the Domus Academy Management division and head of MIES Consulting

 

§       Cristiano Ciappei, professor of strategic management at the Università degli Studi di Firenze

 

§       Simone Guercini, Professor, Department of Business Sciences of the University of Florence

 

 

o      France

 

§       Danièle Clutier and Bruno Remaury, Directors of Research of the Institut Français de la Mode (IFM); Sylvie Ebel, Director of the Education and Research Division,  IFM.; Pascal Morand , professor of Economics at the ESCP-EAP Business School and executive director of the IFM

 

§       Michel Chevalier, professor of Marketing at ESSEC and former CEO of Paco Rabanne  (see also personal page)

 

§       Gerald Mazzalovo, formerly senior executive with Bally, Loewe y Ferragano; visiting professor at ESSEC and independent management consultant

 

§       Elyette Roux, ESSEC professor and head of LVMH-ESSEC Prestige in Luxury Brand Management Chair

 

§       Danielle Allérès, professor of Sorbonne Nouvelle and author

 

§       Concetta Lanciaux, Ph.D. LVMH executive vice-president for synergies and adviser to the CEO

 

§       Catherine Jubin, president of the French Luxury Council and consultant

 

§       Gilles Marion, researcher, École de Management de Lyon 

 

§       Nicolas Dahan, professor of Management (Marne-la-Vallée and Sciences Po).

 

 

 

o      United Kingdom

 

§       Linda Peters, Director, Centre for Fashion Enterprise, London

 

§       Margaret Bruce, professor at UMIST/Manchester Business School

 

§       Richard M. Jones, Principal Lecturer in Economics, Department of Clothing Design and Technology, The Manchester Metropolitan University and Editor of the Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management

 

§       Anthony Hopwood, Professor of Operations Management & Accounting and Dean, Saïd Business School, Oxford University

 

§       Lynn Oxborrow, senior lecturer at the Nottingham Business School

 

§       Tim Jackson, Senior Lecturer in Marketing at The London College of Fashion

 

§       Dr Tony Hines, Acting Subject Leader Subject Group: Retail Management, Manchester Metropolitan University

 

§       Anne-Marie Doherty, professor, International Fashion Retailing, University of Ulster

 

o      Spain

 

§       José María Castellano Ríos, Ph.D. CEO of Inditex and full professor, Department of Financial Economics, Universidade da Coruña

 

§       José Luis Nueno, Marketing professor, IESE/Universidad de Navarra.

 

§       Vicente José Montes Gan, director of the consumer goods division of ICEX (Spanish Trade Institute), in charge of activities and studies for promoting Spanish fashion abroad.

 

§       Covadonga O'Shea, formerly publisher of fashion magazine Telva and President of ISEM. Bio note/interview and e-mail; and Rocío Ortíz Díaz de Bethencourt, ISEM Director of Academic Affairs.

 

 

o      Other countries

 

§       Suzanne Loker, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Department of Textiles and Apparel, Cornell University (US)

 

§       Nancy L. Cassill, North Carolina State University. Head of research program “Textile Marketing Challenge” (US) and managing editor of the Journal of Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management

 

§       Mary Ann Domuracki, director at US-based Financo (investment banking and financial advisory services)

 

§       Dirk Otto, consultant and former executive at Bally and Inditex (Germany)

 

§       Bernard Catry, professor at HEC Lausanne (Switzerland) and programme director of LVMH House (LVMH corporate university)