PGPM Empirical Study

PGPM Empirical Study

By way of better achieving the institute’s mission of creating business ready managers, an empirical study (ES) requirement was introduced in May 2007. By enabling every student to do a theoretically-driven industry project under a faculty member's guidance, we will be able to utilize our excellent faculty resources more effectively. Acquiring a thorough and firsthand understanding of a topic will make a student more attractive and valuable to organizations.This project will be done in groups of three students jointly, will count as six credits (equivalent to two 3-credit courses), and will require not less than 120 hours of input per student. The expected outcome of the study is a paper coauthored by the students with their faculty guides, to be submitted to a refereed journal or conference.

Click to view the complete Empirical Study List for PGPM - 2018- 2019

(Past Year's list)


  • Cornell University
  • Chicago Booth
  • Skema Business School
  • Universite Bordeaux
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
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