Dr Camille Meyer

Dr Camille Meyer

Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability

POSITION: CEMS MIM Programme Director
QUALIFICATIONS: PhD Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management | Master of International and Development Studies | Master of European Studies | Bachelor of Latin Languages and Literature
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Dr Camille Meyer


Dr Camille Meyer is a senior lecturer at the UCT GSB, his research lies at the intersection of three domains –entrepreneurship, organisation theory and sustainability– to explore managerial and organizational issues at the intersection of business and society. His perspective considers entrepreneurial processes to preserve and create shared value for businesses and communities in both developing and developed countries. He is particularly interested in investigating new approaches to business such as developing new models, social innovations, collaborative management and stakeholder partnerships.

All his published and current ongoing projects adopt an interdisciplinary perspective to shed light on important entrepreneurial and ethical processes involved in social entrepreneurial activities and the management of commons. He studies these phenomena at various levels of analysis (from macro to micro), using both qualitative and quantitative methods. 

His PhD dissertation won several awards, including the 2017 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award (category Management and Governance), and the 2017 FIR-PRI Finance and Sustainability Best PhD Thesis Award.