Philippe Eynaud is currently an associate professor at Panthéon Sorbonne University and a researcher in Gregor. He has experience in nonprofit management and information systems. He is acting on the following themes: social innovation, nonprofit governance, NGO Internet strategy, solidarity economy and new forms of solidarity. He has been a steering committee member of a European consortium on Innovative platform for social services (Call identifier FP7-SSH-2011-3). He has participated in different collective books. In 2011, he has coordinated as guest editor for Voluntas journal a special issue on CSOs governance with Kari Steen-Johnsen and Filip Wijkström. He is a member of the editorial committee of the French revue “Politiques et management public” and a member of Labex (“Laboratory of excellence” granted by the Government) called “SITES” about sciences, innovations and techniques in society. He is a member of the Faculty Team of EDEN, EIASM. He received in 2008 an award for best thesis in information systems in France. He was graduated in Business Administration at Université Panthéon Sorbonne Paris I (2007). He is co-editor with Jean Louis Laville and Dennis Young of a book published in april 2015 by Routledge: « Civil society, Social Enterprise, The Third Sector: governance and democracy ».