Jean-Yves Le Corre
Visiting Professor in Strategy
Ph.D. (Business Administration) Bulacan State University; MS (Management) University of London, MA (Auditing & Consulting) ESCP Europe School of Management; BS (Information Systems Engineering) University of Lorraine, CIMA
Strategic Business Management, Auditing
Managerial control models and performance management frameworks in multicultural global contexts
Jean-Yves Le Corre is a scholarly practitioner who holds a faculty position in the International Business School at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in Suzhou. Previously he held audit, finance, and consulting positions in multinational corporations and provided education-related services to executive education providers across East Asia.
With published research in such journals as Asia Pacific Business & Economics Perspectives and the French Review of Internal Auditing, Dr. Le Corre now serves as the project leader of the Data Mining Lab at XJTLU.
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