• Nikolaos Pnevmatikos, October 2016 –
  • Baris Vardar, August 2016 –
  • Puduru Vishwa Reddy, January 2012 – September 2015
  • José Daniel López Barrientos, May – June 2015
  • Claire Bernard, October 2013 – October 2014
  • Fabien Ngendakuriyo, December 2011 – June 2013
  • Pablo Andrés Domenech, August – September 2012
  • Vincent Martinet, April – September 2010
  • Pietro De Giovanni, April – September 2010
  • Pascaux Fanokoa Smala, September 2008 – May 2010
  • Fuzhan Nasiri, September 2007 – June 2009
  • Sophie Legras, January – November 2008
  • Denis Claude, November 2006 – May 2008
  • Nawel Amrouche, March – May 2007
  • Qiao Zhang, Ph. D. en administration, HEC Montréal.
  • Mohamad Aziz, Ph. D., Polytechnique Montréal. Théorie de jeux appliquée au domaine de l’énergie (co-supervisor: Issmail El Hallaoui).
  • Hosain Zama, Ph. D. en administration, HEC Montréal.
  • Mostafa Pazoki, Ph. D. en administration, HEC Montréal.
  • Aichouche Oubraham, Ph. D. en administration, HEC Montréal. Jeux dynamiques en environnement et gestion des ressources naturelles.
  • Ilyass Dahmouni, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Dynamic games in fisheries.
  • Gert Janssens, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Subsidy programs.
  • Sébastien Debia, Ph. D. en administration, HEC Montréal. Two-stage trading game between electricity markets, February 2017 (codirecteur : P.-O. Pineau).
  • Elnaz Kanani Kuchesfehani, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Dynamic Games Played over Event Trees, September 2015.
  • Mouna Sebri, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Store brand’s performance: A cross-country and a cross-category analysis, January 2015.
  • Lê Nguyen Hoang, PhD in Applied Mathematics, Polytechnique Montréal. Conception bayésienne de mécanismes et quantification de l’équité appliquées à la construction d’horaires personnalisés, December 2014 (co-supervisor F. Soumis).
  • Tarek Ben Rhouma, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Three Essays in Quantitative Marketing Models, November 2013.
  • Nahid Masoudi, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Essays on Economics of Pollution Control, October 2013.
  • Terry Eyland, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Strategic Effects of Border Task Adjustments: A Game Theoretic Analysis, June 2013.
  • Pablo Andrés Domenech, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Three Essays on Sustainable Forest Management, February 2012.
  • Mouna Ben Brahim, PhD in Management, ISG, Tunis. Cooperative and Noncooperative R&D, July 2010.
  • Hasina Rasata, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Investment in Production Capacity in Deregulated Electricity Markets: A Game Theory Approach, September 2010.
  • Abderrahmane Sokri, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Évaluation des stratégies de dépollution: Une approche par la programmation dynamique, October 2007.
  • Olivier Rubel, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Essays on Dual Marketing Channels and Online Direct Marketing Communications, October 2007.
  • Nawel Amrouche, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Strategic Interactions in Marketing Channel: Shelf-Space Allocation, Pricing and Advertising Decisions, March 2007.
  • Salma Karray, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Applications of Game Theory to Competitive Distribution Channels, May 2005.
  • Karima Fredj, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Thesis: Application of Game Theory to Global Environmental Problems, June 2004. (co-supervisor M. Breton). (Awarded best thesis at HEC Montréal 2004-2005).
  • Ramla Jarrar, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Applications of Game Theory to Competitive Duopolistic Markets, June 2004.
  • Mehdi Zahaf, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Joint Implementation of Environmental Projects: A Game Theoretic Approach. (co-supervisor M. Breton), June 2004.
  • Sihem Taboubi, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Dynamic Games in Marketing Channels, October 2002.
  • Raphaêl Nguimbus, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Commerce de détail de l’essence automobile: Modélisation de l’impact à court terme des facteurs endogènes et exogènes sur les ventes d’essence dans les stations-service à Montréal (co-supervisor R. Gagné), 2000.
  • Pierre-Olivier Pineau, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Electricity Market Reforms: Institutional Developments, Investment Dynamics and Game Modeling. (co- supervisor M. Breton), 2000. (Awarded best thesis at HEC Montréal 2000-2001 and IREQ Award).
  • Simon-Pierre Sigue, PhD in Administration, HEC Montréal. Essays on the Modeling of Marketing Channel Coordination: A Game Theory Approach, 1999. (Awarded best thesis at HEC Montréal 1999-2000).