Research at Dauphine:
Scientific Positioning
on a Global Scale

Research at Dauphine is founded on six disciplines (management, economics, sociology and political science, law, mathematics, and computer science), all of which center around the organizational and decision sciences.  

The university fosters the emergence of high-level research projects, both within and across disciplines, while tackling the major social issues of the 21st century.  


Dauphine Research in Numbers

390

researchers and research professors

300

doctoral students

88

research contracts signed in 2018, totaling 4.3 million euros

5

doctoral programs

SDOSE Doctoral School

Each year, Dauphine accepts almost 80 new doctoral students to the SDOSE (Sciences of Decision-Making, Organizations, Society, and Exchange) Doctoral School. The school offers five programs and maintains close ties with the research centers and laboratories at Dauphine. Shared by Dauphine and MINES ParisTech, the Doctoral School is supported by Université PSL and attached to the PSL Doctoral College.


Endowed Chairs and Research

Our numerous and fruitful relationships with public and private organizations extend into the field of research, with 11 chairs, three research initiatives, and one circle. These are ideal places for the academic world to connect with the business world.  

The endowed chairs are partly supported by Fondation Dauphine, as well as by partner foundations like the Institut Europlace de Finance, Fondation du Risque, Fondation Mines ParisTech, and Fondation AgrosParisTech

Endowed Chairs at Dauphine


Research
in Close Collaboration with PSL

Within PSL, Dauphine helps to form disciplinary centers of expertise in management, economics, social science, law, mathematics, and computer science, which are recognized by major public and private laboratories, as well as by the international scientific community.