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TSM-Research, the TSM Research Center

TSM-Research is a research unit recognised for the quality of its scientific publications and the distinctions of its Faculty.
TSM-R (UMR CNRS 5303) is a centre of international scientific expertise whose mission is to create and disseminate high-level scientific knowledge in the main management sciences disciplines.
TSM-R remains aware of the most current developments, deciphers emerging trends and strives to provide analytical tools for decision-makers.

TSM-R is today one of the few CNRS UMRs specifically dedicated to the field of management sciences.
  • 1

    among the 3 management sciences research centres accredited by the CNRS

  • 51

    members (core faculty, emeritus, associates)

  • 11

    ANR grants since 2018

  • 152

    publications in international journals since 2018

  • 15

    members holding editorial management positions for 23 journals since 2018

  • 128

    media contributions since 2018

TSM-R, a research unit of excellence

Five internationally recognised areas of expertise

TSM-R's scientific activities are organised in five internationally recognised areas of research and expertise: Accounting-Control-Auditing; Finance; Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour; Marketing; Strategy.

A strong value-added scientific policy in the field of management sciences

The creation and dissemination of strong value-added scientific knowledge in the field of management sciences are among the primary missions of TSM-R: knowledge production, valorisation and transfer activities, training through research.

Strong interactions with stakeholders

TSM-R develops strong interactions with socio-economic actors through research contracts, meet-ups, company chairs, with public organisations in the framework of scientific expertise or participation in scientific councils, and with the general public through societal debates, dissemination of popularised press articles or editorials, participation in roundtables or radio and television programmes.
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