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INSEAD Business School
Emeritus Professor of Decision Sciences

Claude Rameau is an Emeritus Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD. Professor Rameau joined the INSEAD faculty in 1967, after working for five years as a management consultant at a European firm. He specialises in the fields of managerial economics, decision making, and quantitative analysis. He became an Associate Dean for Executive Education in 1972 and INSEAD Dean in 1982.

Professor Rameau's publications include two-volume programmed text on Les Statistiques: un Outil de Management and La Prise de Décision. He is a member of the Board of INSEAD and several European academic institutions.

He is a member of the Board and the Executive Committee of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).


Decision Sciences, Decision Making, Quantitative Analysis

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