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Organization Theory, Human Relation, Ethics and Society

Organization Theory, Human Relation, Ethics and Society

11.     Work, Life and Careers

Faculty members: Ludivine Calamel, Alexandra Gerbasi, Gazi Islam, Andrew Parker, Pierre-Yves Sanseau, Mark Smith, Caroline Straub, Christelle Tornikoski

Post-docs: Mohammed Matmati, Janna Rose

PhD students: Marko Pitesa, Sebastian Schorch

Description:

This center of excellence aims to provide firms and public bodies with expertise on various aspects of work and non-work life, careers and working time research, tools, concepts and solutions.

Selected publications:

  • Islam, G. (in press) Recognition, reification and practices of forgetting: Ethical implications of Human Resource Management. Journal of Business Ethics
  • Sobral, F. & Islam, G. (in press) Ethically questionable negotiating: The interactive effects of trust, competitiveness, and situation favorability on ethical decision making. Journal of Business Ethics
  • Rob Cross, Peter Gray, Alexandra Gerbasi and Dimitris Assimakopoulos, 2012. Building Engagement From The Ground Up: How Top Organizations Leverage Networks To Drive Employee Engagement, Organizational Dynamics, 41/3: 202-211.
  • Islam, G., 2012. Can the Subaltern Eat? Anthropophagic culture as a Brazilian lens on post-colonial theory. Organization. 19 (2), 159-180.
  • Pitesa, M. and Thau, S., 2012. Compliant Sinners, Obstinate Saints: How Power And Self-Focus Determine The Effectiveness Of Social Influences In Ethical Decision Making, Academy of Management Journal
  • Carroll, M., Smith, M., Oliver, G. and Sung, S., 2009. Recruitment and Retention in Front-line Services: The case of childcare, Human Resource Management Journal, 19/1: 59-74.
  • Islam. G., Zyphur, M.J., Boje, D., 2008. Carnival and Spectacle in Krewe de Vieux and the Mystic Krewe of Spermes: The Mingling of Organization and Celebration. Organization Studies, 29, 1565-1589
  • Islam, G. & Zyphur, M. J., 2007. Ways of interacting: The standardization of communication in medical training. Human Relations, 60, 769-792.
  • Rhoten, D. & Parker, A., 2004. Risks and Rewards of an Interdisciplinary Research Path, Science, 306 (5704)
  • Cross, R., Parker, A., Prusak, L. & Borgatti, S., 2001. Knowing What We Know: Supporting Knowledge Creation and Transfer in Social Networks, Organizational Dynamics, 30 (2)

12.     Alternative forms of markets and organizations

Faculty members: Barthélémy Chollet, Grégoire Croidieu, Thibault Daudigeos, Raffi Duymedian, Mark Esposito, Thomas Gillier, Damon Golshorkhi, Gazi Islam, Vassili Joannides, Thomas Lager, Jie Yan

PhD students: Lama Arda, Stéphane Jaumier

Description:

This center of excellence describes and proposes concepts and tools for better management practices that foster social and environment friendly innovations.

Selected publications:

  • Sobral, F. & Islam, G. (in press), Ethically questionable negotiating: The interactive effects of trust, competitiveness, and situation favorability on ethical decision making. Journal of Business Ethics
  • Islam, G. (in press), Recognition, reification and practices of forgetting: Ethical implications of Human Resource Management. Journal of Business Ethics
  • Chollet B., Brion S., Chauvet V., Mothe C., Géraudel M., 2012. NPD Projects in Search of Top Management Support: The Role of Team Leaders’ Social Capital, M@n@gement , vol.15, n°1: 43-75.
  • Chollet, B., Géraudel, M., Mothe, C., 2012. Generating business referrals for SMEs: The contingent value of CEOs' social capital, Journal of Small Business Management
  • Gregoire Croidieu, 2012. Les stratégies de légitimation des organisations renégates ,M@n@gement , 15 (3): 253-263.
  • Islam, G., 2012. Can the Subaltern Eat? Anthropophagic culture as a Brazilian lens on post-colonial theory. Organization. 19 (2), 159-180.
  • Aurélien Acquier, Thibault Daudigeos et Bertrand Valiorgue, 2011. Corporate social responsability as an organizational and managerial challenge: the forgotten legacy of the Corporate Social responsiveness movement, M@n@gement , 14 (4): 221-250.
  • David Courpasson & Damon Golsorkhi, 2011. Unplugged. Power and Resistance: Variations on “what’s going on politically in and around organizations?”,M@n@gement, 14(1): 1-46.
  • Duymedjian Raffi, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 2010. Towards a Foundation of Bricolage in Organization and Management Theory ,Organization Studies, Volume 31, No. 2: 133-151.
  • Gillier, Piat, Roussel, Truchot, 2010. Managing Innovation Fields in a Cross-Industry Exploratory Partnership with C-K Design Theory, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol27, Num6: 883-896.
  • Sabatier, V.; Mangematin, V.; Rousselle, T., 2010. Orchestrating networks in the biopharmaceutical industry : small hub firms can do it, Production Planning & Control,21/2: 
  • Sabatier, V; Mangematin, V.;Rousselle T., 2010. From Recipe to Dinner: Business Model Portfolio in the European Biopharmaceutical Industry, Long Range Planning, 431-447.
  • Boissin J.-P., Chollet B., Emin S., 2009. Les déterminants de l'intention de créer une entreprise chez les étudiants : un test empirique, M@n@gement , Vol. 12, n° 1, ISSN 1286-4892: 28-51.
  • Golsorkhi, Damon, Bernard Leca, Michael Lounsbury & Carlos Ramirez, 2009. Analysing, Accounting for and Unmasking Domination: On Our Role as Scholars of Practice, Practitioners of Social Science and Public Intellectuals, Organization,16(6): 779-797
  • Islam. G., Zyphur, M.J., Boje, D., 2008. Carnival and Spectacle in Krewe de Vieux and the Mystic Krewe of Spermes: The Mingling of Organization and Celebration. Organization Studies, 29,1565-1589
  • Joannidès, V & Berland, N, 2008. La grounded theory: quels usages dans les recherches en contrôle de gestion?, Comptabilité Contrôle Audit, N° spécial: 72-84.
  • Islam, G. & Zyphur, M. J., 2007. Ways of interacting: The standardization of communication in medical training. Human Relations, 60, 769-792.

13.     Ethic, bank and competitiveness

Faculty members: Sandrine Ansart, Raffi Duymedjian, Virginie Monvoisin, Nigel Allington, Roxanna Bobulesco, Mark Esposito, Patrick O'Sullivan.

Description:

This Centre of Excellence aims at understanding bank and monetary practices to propose new tools to moderate behaviors; also Economic Development and Competitiveness, including the conditions to foster sustainable competitiveness i.e. ethics and sustainable development

Selected publications:

  • Duymedjian Raffi, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 2010. Towards a Foundation of Bricolage in Organization and Management Theory, Organization Studies, Volume 31, No. 2: 133-151.
  • Monvoisin, V., Gnos, C. & Ponsot, J.F., 2010. Regional Currencies and Regional Monetary Zones in Latin America: What Prospects?, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 32.2: pp. 173-185.
  • Monvoisin, V. & Rochon, L.-P., 2009. Keynes and the Real World: Davidson, Money and Uncertainty, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 32.1: pp. 43-58
  • Nigel F. B. Allington and John S. L. McCombie, 2013. Measuring the Reaction of Monetary Policy to the Stock Market, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.
  • Nigel F.B. Allington, John S.L. McCombie, 2013. Measuring the Reaction of United Kingdom Monetary to the Housing Market, Economic Journal.
  • Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2013. Can Europe learn from Asia in its attempts to restore growth? , Harvard Business Review, 1/2013: -.
  • N Allington, JSL McCombie M Pike, 2012. Lack of balance, coordination and sustainability in economic development, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics,2013: 45-63.
  • Allington, Nigel, F.B., McCombie John S.L., Pike Maureen, 2012. Lessons not learned : from the collapse of long-term capital management to the subprime crisis, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Vol. 34, N. 4: 555-582.
  • Esposito, M., 2012. Capitalism 3.0.?, Harvard Business Review, 1/2012
  • Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2012. European Competitiveness: An Oxymoron?, Harvard Business Review, 3/2012: 78-84.
  • Esposito, M., 2011. Porter's new Manifesto, Harvard Business Review, 1/2011: 72.
  • Esposito, M., 2011. In the world of modern miracles, Harvard Business Review, 6/2011: 98.

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