Companies and institutions call on our expertise and support us in developing our research activities.
Accounting and evaluation of the overall performance of VSEs / SMEs
The Toulouse-based company Oikos Developpement and TBS are collaborating on a resesarch project concerning: "Accounting and assessment of the overall performance of VSEs / SMEs".
The doctoral student, Richard JABOT, hired by Oikos Developpement will conduct the research project within a CIFRE agreement (n ° 2017/1021), co-financed by ANRT. Based on an action-research perspective, the aim is to understand how is created a new Social and Environmental Accounting tool helping SMEs in their social transformation. Broadly speaking, the general research object of the PhD thesis is to understand how SMEs practice Sustainability Accounting on a daily basis, for example through carbon accounting.
The duration of the project is from October 2017 to September 2019. This doctoral work will be publicly defended and should lead to the publication of research articles in academic scientific journals. The project is led by Simon ALCOUFFE, thesis supervisor, and member of TBS Accounting, Control and Performance Management Research Laboratory. The project is scheduled over a 36-month period from February 1, 2018 to January 31, 2021.
GLOMO: Global Mobility of employees
The GLOMO project deals with the mobility of employees within the Europe and the impact of this mobility on the careers of highly qualified personnel. This project aims to create and set up an innovative European doctoral training network. It brings together 8 partners: University of Bamberg (Germany), Copenhagen Business School, Cranfield University (UK), Institute for employment research (Germany), TBS, University of Vaasa (FI), University of Amsterdam, and Airbus Group SAS. The GLOMO project will offer a specialized training to 15 doctorate students in Europe. TBS will supervise two doctorate students. The duration of the project is from January 2018 to December 2021.
TREASURE: Training REsearch and Applications networks to Support the Ultimate Real time high accuracy EGNSS solution
The objective of the TREASURE project is to offer specialized training to 13 doctoral students in the strategic and emerging field of European GNSS. It aims to develop multidisciplinary research to maximize the enormous potential for the promotion and exploitation of GNSS technology. This innovative multidisciplinary training contributes to strengthening the global positioning of Galileo, European GNSS (EGNSS), which must be fully operational by 2020. TBS will supervise one doctorate student in the field of strategic marketing in partnership with the regional firm NOVELTIS. The duration of the project is from September 2017 to August 2020.
Accounting and Carbon Strategy for SMEs
The objective of the project is to provide an overview of carbon accounting practices in France and to understand its implementation. Through qualitative data collection, more precise research questions on emerging low-carbon business models, the impact of the supply chain on the development of accounting practices and low carbon strategy will be addressed.
This project brings together Grenoble School of Management, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, ECIC Company, ECO 2 Initiative Company, and Association Bilan Carbone. TBS is the coordinator of the project. One doctorate student is supervised by TBS.
This project is funded by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency. The duration of the project is from November 2016 to November 2019.
RECA: Airlines Companies' Networks
The general objective of this research is to analyze the evolution of airline networks in order to anticipate the evolution of air transport at the regional level. This is a collaborative project with ENAC, the French National Aviation School. TBS and ENAC work in collaboration with one post-doctoral student.
This project has been set up within the framework of our research partnership agreement with ENAC and as a continuation of a first joint project on the same subject financed by the Occitanie Region.
This project is financed by the Occitanie Region. The duration of the project is from July 2016 to June 2020.
NuPPas: Personalized Nutrition for the Prevention and autonomy of Seniors
The project aims to improve the well-aging, prevention of dependency and the improvement of the quality of life through personalized nutritional guidance for young seniors. This project targets people ranging in age from 60 to 70 years so young seniors.
To carry out this project, the NUTERGIA laboratory works in partnership with Toulouse Business School and the SME Cartoon Design.
The Toulouse Business School Research Center brings its expertise in sociology and marketing for a better understanding of the expectations and needs of seniors. TBS Research Centre will carry out a socio-anthropological study in two stages. In a first step, the researchers will conduct a literature review on seniors and their food, their nutritional deficiencies and practices known in food supplementation. Secondly, a study combining observation and interaction with the people at home and during shopping will be conducted in order to better understand their relationship to food.
This project is funded by the FEDER-FSE Operational Programme 2014-2020 as part of the call for projects EASYNOV 2015-SILVER ECONOMY of the Occitanie Region. The duration of the project is from September 2017 to February 2018.
SIRIUS Chair: Space Institute for Research on Innovative Uses of Satellites
SIRIUS is the first international research Chair dedicated to law and business management for activities in the space sector. It has been set up in Toulouse thanks to a partnership bringing together CNES (French National Space Agency), AIRBUS Defence & Space, and THALES ALENIA SPACE and two academic partners Toulouse 1 Capitole University (Law Department) and TBS.
The aim of SIRIUS is to create a leading international research team in law and management in the space sector and to bring together all the necessary expertise for industrial and commercial activities in relation to space and its use in the field of law and management of space activities.
TBS concentrates on research topics defined by industry:
- Relationships with subcontractors
- Space waste removal : business models
- Analysis of funding for the space sector
- Social and economic impact of the space sector in Midi-Pyrenees
- Human Resources Management in the space sector
The duration of the Chair is 5 years from October 2013 to October 2018.
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How the Centres Dramatiques Nationaux (National Centres for Dramatic Art) performance indicators are being used.
The New Management Practices research lab has received funding from the DRAC (Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs for Midi-Pyrénées) for an exploratory study on the ways that the French National Centres for Dramatic Art performance indicators are being used.The aim is to identify the indicators that are actually used in running the institution, and examine how they are being used by the various stakeholders.
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