Professor of international marketing, Department of Marketing and Management, University of Southern Denmark (formerly called "Odense University"), Odense Denmark,
Adjunct Professor, School of Creative Arts of the James Cook University - Townsville, Australia.
Visiting Professor, Paris Dauphine University on two master programs: master cross cultural management & master diversity management.
From 2008 to 2010: Also Professor, Doctoral Program, ESSEC (École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales), Cergy-Pontoise, Paris, France.
From 1999 to 2002: Also
Professor II of Marketing, Department of Marketing at B.I. Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, Norway.
1995-2000 & 2001-2008: Also
Director of Ph.D. Programs in Social Sciences at University of Southern Denmark (formerly called "Odense University"), Odense Denmark.
Distinguished Associate Professor ("docent" new title created in 1987 by the Danish ministery of education to honour the most active associate professors) of sociology and social psychology, Department of Marketing and Communications, Odense University, Odense Denmark,
Tenured Associate Professor of sociology and social psychology, Department of Marketing and Communications, Odense University, Odense Denmark,
Tenured Associate Professor of sociology and social psychology, Department of Economics and Sociology, Odense University, Odense Denmark,
Associate Professor of international economics, Aalborg University, Aalborg Denmark, and Visiting Professor of economics, Odense University, Odense Denmark,
Assistant Professor of economics, Odense University, Department of Economics, Odense Denmark, (In addition to being employed at the Department of French to give courses about French modern society),
French Baccalauréat C (maths & physics) (with A pass):
Classe Préparatoire aux Grandes Ecoles du Lycée Henri IV à Paris;
Diplôme ESSEC (Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales) Paris;
Diplôme de troisième cycle de sociologie de l'Université Paris VII;
Diplôme IHEAL (Institut des Hautes Etudes d'Amérique Latine) Paris;
CES d'aménagement territorial et urbain de l'ENPC (Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées) Paris;
Doctorat en économie du développement de l'Université Paris I. Panthéon Sorbonne (1976)
MBA dissertation within the field of organization.
M. Sc. of sociology dissertation within the field of sociology of education.
Post graduate dissertation in Latin-American studies about the sociological implications of the urbanisation of Latin-America.
Ph. D. dissertation in sociology about the planned expansion of the town of Senlis north from Paris.
Ph.D. dissertation in international economics about the influence of the irregularities of the world market upon the urbanization of Latin-America.
ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES
Lectures comfortably in French, Danish, English and Spanish.
Speaks some Norwegian, Swedish, German, Italian, and Catalan.
Reads fluently: French, Danish, English, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Norwegian and Swedish.
Reads with dictionaries: German and Portuguese.
Listens to German novels and watches German movies.
I believe that – thanks to my parents, my oldest sister and my school teachers – I learned most from what I passionately read since I was a teenager, not to mention the great inspiration and experience from the novels, movies, plays I was fortunate to read or watch as a teenager. We lived in Paris 15, that is to say not far from Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower. Although none of my parents had had this opportunity themselves (they both had to work from the age of 12), my mother took me to the Comédie Française from the age of 10 to enjoy Molière's and many other classical plays. A few years older I could watch the modern plays produced at the TNP, Théatre National Populaire (All of Bertolt Bretch for instance, thanks to Jean Vilar who was in charge then). On the other bank of the river Seine, at the Palais de Chaillot, I could watched for almost no money the movies at the Cinémathèque (thanks to Henri Langlois who created it and to André Malraux who allocated cultural funds to it).
There are two main reasons for which I like to mention the names of my many masters. The first one is that I believe students still could learn much more from reading works than from textbooks and research papers. The second reason is that most of my mentors' names remain unknown to many of my Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian colleagues. I strongly believe that it is not enough for scholars only to be able to read english publications.
AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
1992: Dominique Bouchet was given a Danish Business Association’s prize for marketing research on March 13. 1992.
1992: The French Premier Minister has on July the 15th nominated Dominique Bouchet "Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques" (a decoration for services to education and research in France.)
2005: The French President has on May the 13th nominated Dominique Bouchet "Chevalier dans l’Ordre national du Mérite" (a decoration for services to France.) The motivation: Dominique Bouchet's contribution to cross cultural understanding within Europe and outside Europe.
2005: The Erdoğan Kumcu Best Paper Award was given Dominique Bouchet for his paper entitled: "Marketing Development and the Question of Meaning. Why the Spreading of Marketing does not Necessarily Contribute to Global Peace and Prosperity" presented at the 9th International Conference of Marketing and Development, June 8-11, 2005 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
2007: Professor Dominique Bouchet awarded the Danish “researcher’s prize” for “transcending research”DM’s Research prize 2007 DM – Dank Magisterforening is the Danish Union of Professors and Researchers within the fields of Humanities, Sciences, & Social Sciences. The jury expresses its nomination as follows: “Dominique Bouchet succeeds in moving his research into a transcendent scientific space that challenges the Danish tradition within Social Sciences. By his vivid interest in the principle of change, Dr. Bouchet conveys significant inspiration to science in general. Therefore, in his capacity as an original and transcending researcher, Dominique Bouchet is awarded the researchers’ prize.”
From 1999 : deputy member of the Judge Nomination Council, Ministery of Justice (Suppleant til Justitsministeriets Dommerudnævnelsesrådet).
1999-2003: Member the Official Research Council for Welfare Research, Ministery of Social Affairs (medlem af Socialministeriets offentlige Forskningsudvalg om Velfærdsforskning).
Since 2000: Appointed to the board of directors of Odense University's Research Foundation (Odense Universitets Forskningsfond).