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Elisabeth Campagnac is Professor and Research Director in economic and industrial sociology at the Laboratoire Techniques Territoires et Societes (LATTS) of the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris before which she worked as a researcher in BETURE and CRU, and for local authorities.
Professor Campagnac is a qualified lawyer (Paris Pantheon) who also holds a PhD in urban sociology and economics (Grenoble). She has conducted extensive research in corporate strategies and international comparisons of the construction, and delivery of large transport infrastructure projects.
She is author of more than 80 articles, research reports or books, including Citizen Bouygues (Belfond, 1988), focusing on project management, corporate strategy formulation, industrial relations and the performance of the construction industry in France.
Research Organization: CoE London, UK
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