Catherine Dal Fior

Teaching assistant
Department: Entrepreneurship for Society

Expertise
Project Management in the South
Social economy & entrepreneurship
Waste management in Burkina Faso

 +32 (0) 2 778 03 33

  catherine.dalfior@ichec.be

   Linkedin

http://www.ces.ulg.ac.be/fr_FR/a-propos-du-ces/equipe/catherine-dal-fior

Education

  • PhD (in progress)
    HEC-University of Liege – Centre for Social Economy, Belgium
  • CAPAES - Certificat d'aptitude pédagogique de l'enseignement supérieur
    UCL – Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
  • Master in Business and Management
    ICHEC Brussels Management School, Belgium

Experience

  • Project coordinator (education for blind and deaf children)
    Sensorial Handicap Cooperation - NGO (2011) – Burkina Faso
  • Management advisor
    Volens – NGO (2009-2010) – Burkina Faso
  • Business analyst – consultant
    Defakto (2007-2009)

Teaching

  • Project Management North-South
  • CSR Seminar
  • Housing Project Seminar (Burkina Faso)

Publications and oral communications

  • Dal Fior, C. (2016). The resource-securing strategies of for-profit and not-for-profit entrepreneurs: The case of waste picking organizations in a high uncertain environment, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • Dal Fior, C. (2015). The resource-securing strategies of social and solidarity economy organizations in a complex and uncertain environment: The case of waste picker organizations in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Paper presented at the 5th EMES International Conference on Social Enterprise, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Mernier, A., Dufays, F., & Dal Fior, C. (2013, July). The determinants of charitable giving in Belgium. Paper presented at 4th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, Liège, Belgium. http://hdl.handle.net/2268/152899
  • Lahaye, L., Cristache N., Dal Fior, C., Capatina, A. & Maloteau, P. (2012). CSR Initiatives in two Higher Education Institutions from Belgium and Romania. Risk in Contemporary Economy, 213-218,