Assistant Professor of Marketing
2018: National Qualification for the position of Assistant Professor by the French Ministry of Higher Education
2013-2017: Ph.D. in Marketing, University of Paris Est, France
2012-2013: Master 2 in Consulting and Research in Marketing, IAE Gustave Eiffel, UPEC, France
2011-2012: Master 1 of Research in Marketing, IHEC Carthage, Tunisia
Innovation Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Branding
Strategic Marketing, Market Research, Innovation and Digital Marketing, Operational Marketing, Distribution & Merchandising
Phone: +33 1 5363 3600
Hajer holds a PhD in Marketing from Paris-Est University. Her thesis aimed at understanding the conditions of effectiveness of consumer empowerment strategies launched by brands. She has won multiple awards for her dissertation including ‘Prix de thèse Sphinx 2018’, ‘Prix du Cercle du Marketing Client 2019’ and the ‘Grand Prix BVA pour la Recherche Marketing 2019’.
Her research focus on users’ innovation for new product development, consumer behavior and branding. Her work has appeared in the Academy of Marketing Science Review and International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management and she regularly communicates at national and international conferences of the Academy of Marketing Science, the European Marketing Academy and the French Marketing Association.
BACHOUCHE, H., SABRI, O. (2019), Empowerment: synthesis, critical review and agenda for future research, Academy of Marketing Science Review, Vol 9(3-4): 304-323.
SABRI, O., HAI, V., MALEK, F., BACHOUCHE, H. (2020), When is transparent packaging beneficial, International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, forthcoming, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJRDM-03-2019-0097
2018-2020: Assistant Professor of Marketing, SCBS, ESC Troyes
2015-2017: ATER in Management Science, University of Paris V-Descartes & University of Paris-Est Creteil
Since 2013: Member of the French Association of Marketing (AFM), Member of EMAC
Since 2017: Member of the Academy of Marketing Science and the American Marketing Association