Professeur enseignant
department: Management
Campus de Singapour
+33 (0)1 34 43 33 07
Professor Nestorovic holds a Ph.D from the Institute of Political Sciences in Paris. He teaches geopolitics and international marketing at the ESSEC Business school for more than 15 years, with a specific focus on Islamic Business and Management. Professor Nestorovic authored a book called “Marketing in an Islamic Environment” in 2007. A pioneer book at that time, it is translated so far in English, French and Italian. Based at the ESSEC Asia-Pacific campus in Singapore, he travels a lot in the region and in the Gulf because he is the academic co-director of the MBA at the Arabian Gulf University in Manama, Bahrain. He participates regularly to meetings dealing with Islamic Business such as the World Halal Forum in Kuala Lumpur, or the Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum. Prof Nestorovic is also one of the initiators and keynote speakers of the academic conferences devoted to Islamic Marketing and Branding such as the International Conference on Islamic Marketing and Branding in Kuala Lumpur and London or the Global Islamic Marketing Conference in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Appearing frequently in print and electronic media, Prof Nestorovic works closely with companies on issues pending with Islamic markets. He has been awarded the title of “Professor of the Week” by The Financial Times in 2012 for his contribution to Lexicon on Islamic Finance. In 2013, Prof Nestorovic has been appointed Director of the ESSEC Executive MBA, Asia Pacific.


  • 1997: Doctorat en Géopolitique (Sciences Po Paris France)
  • 1997: DEA d’études Soviétiques et Est-Européennes (Sciences Po Paris France)
Autres positions académiques
    • 2018 – 2021 : Directeur académique MSc du Marketing Management and Digital (ESSEC Business School France)
    • 1960 – 1997 : Maître de conférences (EDHEC Business School France)
    • 1960 – 1997 : Maître de conférences (ISCID-CO France)
    • 1960 – Présent : Maître de conférences (Audencia Business School France)
Positions académiques principales
    • 2011 – Présent : Professeur enseignant (ESSEC Business School Singapour)
    • 2007 – 2011 : Professeur enseignant associé (ESSEC Business School Singapour)
    • 1997 – 2007 : Professeur enseignant assistant (ESSEC Business School Singapour)
Autres positions
    • 1960 – Présent : Président (Centre Européen de Management et Marketing France)


  • 2012 : “Professor of the Week” par The Financial Times pour sa contribution au Lexique sur la Finance Islamique


Communications dans une conférence

Activités professionnelles
  • Consulting
    • 1996 – 1996: Rédacteur en chef de PECO Magazine
    • 1960 – Présent: Ministère des Affaires Etrangères, Paris
    • 1960 – Présent: Télévision : France 2, LCI
    • 1960 – Présent: Radio : Radio-France, Radio-Télévision Canadienne
    • 1960 – Présent: Entreprises : Pernod-Ricard, Valeo, Mazda, Scania, AGF, Tata.