El MouhoubMouhoud, President of Université Paris-Dauphine
El MouhoubMouhoud President of Université Paris-DauphineEl Mouhoub Mouhoud received his doctorate in economics in 1991 from Paris I Sorbonne. He taught as a University Lecturer at Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne, then at Bretagne Occidentale and Université de Paris 13, before joining Dauphine-PSL in 2006.
His work focuses on the effects of globalization of the labor market, the competitiveness of territories, business relocation and offshoring, international migration, and development in the North African/Middle Eastern region. He has authored close to 100 scholarly articles and contributed to around twenty books, including Mondialisation et délocalisation des entreprises (2017) and L’immigration en France (2017).
El Mouhoub Mouhoud has also served as Scientific Adviser at Commissariat Général du Plan, an advisory group to the prime minister (1995-2007) and as a consultant to the OECD, the UN, and the World Bank.
At Dauphine-PSL, he has directed the Bachelor’s program in International Affairs and Development, the Master’s degree in International Affairs, and also cofounded the Master’s degree in Peace Studies.