Visiting Professor of International Business at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (since 1988) he is the Aviva Chaired Emeritus Professor of Leadership and Responsibility, Emeritus Professor of Asian Business and Comparative Management at INSEAD. He is also Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Globally Responsible Leadership and Founder of the Euro-China Center for Leadership and Responsibility (ECCLAR) at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai. He was educated at the Sorbonne, the Catholic University in Paris and Harvard Business School. He joined INSEAD in 1967 and became full professor in 1980. He created, on the Fontainebleau campus, in 1980, the Euro-Asia Centre that was conducive to the development of the INSEAD campus in Asia (Singapore). Since 1988, he has been teaching several courses at Stanford, in the MBA program (Culture and Management in Asia (STRAMGT382, 1989-2004), Ethics and Global Business (POLECON336, 2002-2004), The Challenge in/with China (STRAMGT 583-1 since 2013) and he taught the Sloan course Management of International Business (S259, 1993-2001). At INSEAD he taught in Fontainebleau and Singapore the course (2014-2015) on the China Challenges.