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- PhD Business Administration, CNAM, 2003
Graduated with highest honors
- MA Economics & Finance, Sciences Po, 1995
Graduated with honors (top 10% of class of 1995)
- BA Economics, Sorbonne University, 1993
Graduated with honors.
- Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year -2011 - Long Island U -CW Post campus (May 2011)
Award for outstanding teaching and service to the School of Business.
- Outstanding Reviewer Award - Academy of Management (BPS division) (August 2009)
- Best Reviewer Award - Academy of International Business (2009)
- Whose Agenda? CEO Power and Corporate Political Activity. Hadani, Michael, Dahan, Nicolas and Doh, Jonathan (paper, co-author)
Academy of Management annual conference
- Social Movements and Social Networks: An Evolutionary Perspective on Contemporary U.S. Student Advocacy Campaigns. Doh, Jonathan and Dahan, Nicolas (paper, co-author)
SAGE/EGOS Workshop on Social Movements, Civil Societies and Corporations
(May 27, 2010)
- Dahan, Nicolas, Doh, Jonathan and Teegen, Hildy. "The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations in the Business - Government - Society Interface." Business & Society 49.1 (2010): 20-34
- Dahan, Nicolas, Doh, Jonathan, Oetzel, Jennifer and Yaziji, Michael. "Cooperation and Co-Creation in Cross-Sectoral Collaboration: New Business Models for Developing Markets." Long Range Planning 43.2 (2010): 326-342
- Dahan, Nicolas and Gittens, Milton. "The Public Affairs of Slavery: A Discursive Approach on the Emergence of a Public Ethical Issue." Journal of Business Ethics 92.2 (2010): 227-249
- Dahan, Nicolas. "The Four P's of Corporate Political Activity: A Framework for Environmental Analysis and Corporate Action." Journal of Public Affairs 9.2 (2009): 111-23
- Dahan, Nicolas and Frech, William. "A Review of European Business Integration: Does European Business Exist?." International Journal of Business Research 8.5 (2008): 1-13
- Dahan, Nicolas, Doh, Jonathan and Guay, Terrence. "The Role of Multinational Corporations in Transnational Institutional Building: A Policy-Network Perspective." Human Relations 59.11 (2006): 1571-1600