ProfileDr Jean-Yves Le Corre is an Educational Developer and Associate Professor of Practice at the Academy of Future Education, Xi'an Jiaotong- Liverpool University (XJTLU). His role as member of the Educational Development Unit is to support the implementation, across XJTLU, of the University’s vision for Learning and Teaching. Previously, Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre hold several positions at International Business School Suzhou (IBSS), as a Teaching Fellow and Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Accounting. He led the IBSS@Data Mining Lab initiative to promote data analytics technology-driven education at IBSS. He is a strong advocate of innovative, technology-enhanced Learning & Teaching practices at XJTLU.
Prior to entering academia, Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre had held several positions in industry as a controller, internal audit manager and management consultant (Lafarge, Areva, KPMG Peat Marwick....). As founder and Director of a consultancy practice between 2007 and 2013, he gained extensive experience in professional training in several areas including leadership, risk management, multicultural environments and controlling.
He holds an engineering diploma from ENSEM (France), a MSc. in Management from the University of London, and a MSc. of Research in Management granted by the consortium of CFVG's Doctoral Programme (French-Vietnamese Center of Management) in Vietnam. He obtained his PhD degree (Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration) from Bulacan State University, Republic of the Philippines. He is a London Business School Sloan (U.K).
Dr Jean-Yves Le Corre is a researcher at University of Strasbourg (Ecole Doctorale Augustin Cournot, BETA-UMR 7522 CNRS) in France. His expertise is on constructivist models of managerial control, with a particular focus on the role of socio-cognitive processes in the construction of managerial control systems. His last publication 'Managerial Control in an Online Constructivist Learning Environment: A Teacher’s Perspective' aims to provide a better understanding of the use of virtual constructivist learning environments for management accounting education.