- Transport ferroviaire
- Gestion des risques financiers
- Gestion de processus
- Génie Civil et Infrastructures
- Economie industrielle
- Economie d'Entreprise
- Credit management
- Conduite du changement
- Union européenne
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Dr Laurent Bonnaud is an Economic historian, with expertise in European transport infrastructure and aerospace. He was educated at the University of Paris-Sorbonne (D. Phil.), ESSEC Business School (MBA) and St Antony’s College, Oxford University.
He lectured on Europe and Globalization, 19th-20th centuries at Sciences-Po Paris and on Economic environment analysis at CELSA, Neuilly sur Seine. Prior to this, he was a Research associate in Economic history at Centre Roland Mousnier, University of Paris-Sorbonne, and took part to numerous international research programs.
In addition to his academic activities, Dr Laurent Bonnaud held responsibilities in the banking sector in France, Belgium (BNP Paribas Group) and Germany (Dresdner Bank), with focus on Corporate banking, industry and equity analysis, risk and process management.
He is the author of " Le Tunnel sous la Manche. Deux siècles de passion ", published by Hachette in 1994. He edited " France-Angleterre : un siècle d’Entente cordiale, 1904-2004 " (L’Harmattan) which includes essays by Francois Crouzet, Charles Hargrove and Jean Lacouture. He wrote numerous contributions on transport networks and airports and a short biography of engineer Aimé Thomé de Gamond in Horne A., " Telling lives " (Macmillan, 2000).
Laurent Bonnaud currently lives and works in Brussels.