in Large Companies
LOCOMOTIVE FINAL CONFERENCE
Hamburg 5-6 June 2007
Fabienne Fortanier holds an MScBA from the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University. She currently works on a PhD research project at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) Business School (Faculty of Economics and Econometrics), where she also teaches on International Business and its impact on developing countries, on Sustainable Management and Corporate Social Responsibility, and on Statistical Methods. Ms. Fortanier’s research and publications focus on the interaction between multinational enterprises and host governments in developing countries, and on the impact of those business-government interactions on economic growth and sustainable development.
In addition to her research activities, Fabienne Fortanier is also active in various consultancy projects. She is a (founding) member of ECSAD, the Expert Centre on Sustainable business and Development cooperation, which joins researchers from the University of Amsterdam, the RSM, Nyenrode, and the Maastricht School of Management in order to advise governments and non-governmental organizations. She acted as (external) consultant for the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs; the Dutch Directorate General for Development Cooperation (DGIS) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; ICCO (Dutch Non-Governmental Organization), KPMG, UNCTAD; and the European Commission.
Prior to joining the UvA Business School, Fabienne Fortanier worked at the OECD in Paris as a consultant on corporate social responsibility by developing country firms, and on the relationship between foreign direct investment and sustainable development in host economies. She has worked as research associate for the SCOPE Expert Centre on Multinational Enterprises (at the RSM), and continues to coordinate projects for SCOPE aimed at updating and upgrading the databank that documents the strategies of the world’s largest corporations.
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