Students' dissertations and professional theses

Publication of Neoma BS students' professionnal dissertations (GDPR compliant and copyright): 
The Library promotes the students’ professional dissertation.  In order to provide examples of quality, the Library service registers the students dissertations (non-confidential, that obtained a mark of  16/20 or above) in its online catalogue.
The professional dissertations are kept for 5 years.
Do not forget to log in with your user ID NEOMABS to have access to the PDF format.

Consulting students' dissertations and professional theses:
Through the Library catalog, you can search the Library students' dissertations and find inspiration for your dissertation.
See the topics your predecessors have worked on and find out how to structure a dissertation for one of NEOMA BS' degree programs. .
Do not forget to log in on the catalogue with your user ID NEOMABS to have access to the PDF format.
In particular, with the advanced search tool you can use the field "Programme" to select the programme that interests you.

Author protection:
The authors retains all their legal rights to protect their copyright.  Consequently, users may face sanctions for fraudulent or unauthorised use of the dissertation (copying, modification, publication, etc.).

Others sources :

French-language humanities and social sciences open archive giving access to academic articles, preprint, and working papers.

SSRN (Social Science Research Network)
Access to over 380,000 abstracts (summaries) of research work and preprints in economics and social sciences. Over 315,000 downloadable full-text documents in PDF format.

Econ Paper / Repec
Research papers and economic journals: over a million publications accessible online in full text.

NBER (National Bureau of Economic Research)
Research papers published by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Bibliographical database of research documents in all the fields of corporate management.

TEL / CNRS Open access database
The TEL server aims to promote the online self-archiving of doctoral theses and authorizations to supervise research (HDR)

Bibliographical references of every thesis defended in France since 1972.

Full-text theses defended in the twelve member schools of ParisTech.