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Patient Safety is a global institution in the field largely assumed to have emerged following the publication of To Err Is Human by the Institute of Medicine in 1999. In this paper we demonstrate that Patient Safety has been constructed as an institution separately in the practice of anaesthesia since 1954 and in hospitalised care since 1964. The publication of To Err was, in fact, only one of a number of later field configuring events. We use Bruner's (1991) theory of narrative to frame the institution building process which we term deliberative instauration in recognition of the historic literature on the subject. We further link the process of institution building to Vygotsky's theory of social mediation and the use of artefacts in relation to the object of intended action. We conclude that a narrative can be understood as both an artefact and a process used in the social construction of institutions by professional psychological collectives (in this case physicians).
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The financial crisis in late 2008 burst the housing bubble and resulted in the disastrous failure of the sub-prime market. These xxx in turn led to the closedown of the credit markets in many parts of the world and the collapse of many financial services giants such as Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns in the US and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) in the UK. Among the different reasons given to explain the origins of the crisis, one that remains upper most in the minds of researchers and laypersons alike is that in their relentless pursuit of profitability, banks neglected their social roles.
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Trousselard,M, Steiler,D., Chennaoui,M., van Beers, P. et Dennis, J., 2014. Stress management based on trait-anxiety levels and sleep quality in middle-aged employees confronted with psychosocial chronic stress: a proof of concept, Psychology, Vol.5, No.1: 78-89.

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A stress management program using cardiac coherence was implemented after an organizational down-sizing. The study was conducted in nine voluntary workers in order to evaluate the efficiency of the pro-gram. A baseline evaluation was conducted on psychological variables (anxiety, perceived-stress, well- being and sleep), endocrine assessments (urinary cortisol excretion, alpha-amylase and salivary concen-trations) and physiological recordings (sleep and heart rate variability). The low number of participants was due to the intrusive approach in collecting physiological and endocrine variables. The program con-sisted of ten sessions of cardiac coherence training during a 3-month follow-up period. At the end of the training sequence, subjects were once again exposed to the same evaluation battery. A decrease in per-ceived stress and a subsequent increase in well-being were observed. Sleep quality improved as suggested by the results of the subjective and objective measurements. For the entirety of the results, improvements were higher in subjects with high vs. low trait-anxiety scoring. The pattern of results for subjects prone to a high level of trait-anxiety suggested that stress and sleep are related to each other in a bidirectional way: increased anxiety is associated to poor sleep and stress reduction improves both anxiety and sleep. On the basis of these results, we suggest that trait-anxiety can be used as an indicator of which employees should be given priority for stress management intervention. We will also highlight the interest of operationally physiological recordings, used outside the laboratory, for measuring objective improvements due to this stress management intervention, as quality of sleep.
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Although field-configuring events have been highlighted as catalysts of institutional change, we still know little about the specific conditions that allow such change to occur. Based on a longitudinal study of United Nations climate conferences in the context of the transnational climate policy field we analyze how regular and high-stakes events in an event series interacted in producing and preventing institutional change. We uncover variations in event structures, processes and outcomes that explain why climate conferences have not led to effective solutions to combat human-induced global warming. Results in particular highlight that growing field complexity and issue multiplication compromise the change potential of a field-configuring event series. We argue that events change from field-endogenous catalysts of change into sites of field maintenance when diverse actors find event participation useful for their own purposes, but their activity disconnects from the institutions at the center of an issue-based field. In discussing how field-configuring events can be purposefully staged and enacted, but also how they are influenced by developments in a field our study contributes to a more complete understanding of field-configuring events, particularly in contested transnational policy arenas.

Santora, J.; Sarros, J.; Esposito, M., 2014. Nonprofit founders and succession: how to ensure an effective leadership handover, Development and Learning in Organizations, 28/1: 16-19.

Santora, J.; Sarros, J.; Esposito, M., 2014. Nonprofit founders and succession: how to ensure an effective leadership handover, Development and Learning in Organizations, 28/1: 16-19.

Sanséau, P.-Y, Barrand, J., Ferrante G., 2014. La relation manager-managé au coeur de l'innovation, Expansion Management Review (L'), N°152: 38-45.

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The aim of the research is to explore the specific issue of managing leader-member exchange in the context of innovation development. After a literature review, we aimed to pinpoint the drivers and challenges involved in the leader-member relationship in innovation-oriented settings at a high-tech firm in the semiconductors industry. We led a qualitative methodology via questionnaire in “Régnier abacus’ format. Team-member opinion suggests that in innovation-oriented contexts, management leadership should demonstrate: management focus on the team-group, on member diversity, on self-leadership, on information flows and federating decision-making, on interpersonal skills and recognition, and management focus on situational organization.

Sanséau, P.-Y, Barrand, J., Ferrante G., 2014. La relation manager-managé au coeur de l'innovation, Expansion Management Review (L'), N°152: 38-45.

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The aim of the research is to explore the specific issue of managing leader-member exchange in the context of innovation development. After a literature review, we aimed to pinpoint the drivers and challenges involved in the leader-member relationship in innovation-oriented settings at a high-tech firm in the semiconductors industry. We led a qualitative methodology via questionnaire in “Régnier abacus’ format. Team-member opinion suggests that in innovation-oriented contexts, management leadership should demonstrate: management focus on the team-group, on member diversity, on self-leadership, on information flows and federating decision-making, on interpersonal skills and recognition, and management focus on situational organization.

Sanséau P.-Y. et Ansart, S., 2014. New Emerging Issues about Guidance and Counselling in an Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning Process, International Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 3, No. 1: 110-120.

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The aim of this research is to examine special features of guidance and counselling roles in a process of accreditation of prior and experiential learning (APEL). More specifically, we have two main goals: to identify any possible distinctive feature of guidance and counselling provided during a skills-oriented APEL procedure; and to highlight any skills that actors involved in the guidance process may need to develop. In order to collect the data, we used semi-structured interviews with a sample of twenty APEL guidance counsellors who had all been involved in APEL guidance and counselling in the higher education sector in a Business School setting in France. The results of the research underline three central issues: (i) the distinctive nature of APEL guidance and counselling compared to other guidance and counselling on offer in higher education, (ii) a specificity arising on the one hand, from the focus of the analysis – the professional and personal experience of the APEL candidate – and, on the other hand, from the skills-oriented benchmark and the objectives of diplomas awarded by the Business Schools, (iii) similarities to coaching evident in the description of some of the skills needed for this type of guidance and counselling. We then analyse the specific nature of the APEL process, which entails self-examination and self-analysis and we discuss the fact that the core skills required for APEL guidance and counselling could be similar, in various aspects to those needed for coaching.

Sanséau P.-Y. et Ansart, S., 2014. New Emerging Issues about Guidance and Counselling in an Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning Process, International Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 3, No. 1: 110-120.

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The aim of this research is to examine special features of guidance and counselling roles in a process of accreditation of prior and experiential learning (APEL). More specifically, we have two main goals: to identify any possible distinctive feature of guidance and counselling provided during a skills-oriented APEL procedure; and to highlight any skills that actors involved in the guidance process may need to develop. In order to collect the data, we used semi-structured interviews with a sample of twenty APEL guidance counsellors who had all been involved in APEL guidance and counselling in the higher education sector in a Business School setting in France. The results of the research underline three central issues: (i) the distinctive nature of APEL guidance and counselling compared to other guidance and counselling on offer in higher education, (ii) a specificity arising on the one hand, from the focus of the analysis – the professional and personal experience of the APEL candidate – and, on the other hand, from the skills-oriented benchmark and the objectives of diplomas awarded by the Business Schools, (iii) similarities to coaching evident in the description of some of the skills needed for this type of guidance and counselling. We then analyse the specific nature of the APEL process, which entails self-examination and self-analysis and we discuss the fact that the core skills required for APEL guidance and counselling could be similar, in various aspects to those needed for coaching.
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The advent of digital technologies has led to profound changes in the creative industries, including the digitization of resources and the consequential fragmentation and greater physical distance of work practices. Looking at the production of digital visual effects for film production, this paper asks how collective digital bricolage is enabled by specific resources and involves particular coordination mechanisms. Based on a large set of interviews with industry experts, we identify the important role of two dominant coordination principles: "narrative alignment", i.e. a scene's contribution to an overall storyline, and "verisimilitude", which we define as a sense of perceptual realism. Together, these two principles facilitate collective bricolage in an increasingly fragmented and specialized professional field. Conceptually, we develop the notion of ‘digital bricolage’, which relies on digital assets and tools, and emphasize the need to study the impact of digitization on the nature of resources and on the coordination mechanisms emerging in specific creative industries.
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The advent of digital technologies has led to profound changes in the creative industries, including the digitization of resources and the consequential fragmentation and greater physical distance of work practices. Looking at the production of digital visual effects for film production, this paper asks how collective digital bricolage is enabled by specific resources and involves particular coordination mechanisms. Based on a large set of interviews with industry experts, we identify the important role of two dominant coordination principles: "narrative alignment", i.e. a scene's contribution to an overall storyline, and "verisimilitude", which we define as a sense of perceptual realism. Together, these two principles facilitate collective bricolage in an increasingly fragmented and specialized professional field. Conceptually, we develop the notion of ‘digital bricolage’, which relies on digital assets and tools, and emphasize the need to study the impact of digitization on the nature of resources and on the coordination mechanisms emerging in specific creative industries.
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This research tested the idea that lack of material resources (e.g., low income) causes people to make harsher moral judgments because lack of material resources is associated with a lower ability to cope with the effects of others’ harmful behavior. Consistent with this idea, a large cross-cultural survey (Study 1) found that both chronic (low income) and situational (inflation) lack of material resources were associated with harsher moral judgments. The effect of inflation was stronger for low-income individuals, whom inflation renders relatively more vulnerable. A follow-up experiment (Study 2) caused participants to perceive they lacked material resources by employing different anchors on the scale they used to report their income. The manipulation led to harsher judgments of harmful, but not of non-harmful, transgressions and this effect was explained by a sense of vulnerability. Alternative explanations were excluded. These results demonstrate a functional and contextually situated nature of moral psychology.
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Purpose – Little has been studied yet in terms of how communication nature influences change process. The purpose of this paper is to explore a case study that takes part in a broader research project, aimed to contribute in this direction. Design/methodology/approach – Mix methodology has been applied to the findings, to characterize resistance to change and communication nature within one organization under a radical change process. Findings – One main theoretical contribution is an instrumental grid to characterize dialogic communication nature. Originality/value – Findings of the case study originally indicate that resistance to change reduces under dialogic communication and by revealing how communication dimensions perform in time, practitioners may enhance guidelines to effective change communication management.
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The Great Recession furnishes a significant field of research for the analysis of trends in employment and national policies from a gender perspective. We argue that it is necessary to take a holistic view of the consequences of the recession both on the labour market and on labour market policies. In the context of widespread rises in female employment rates prior to the crisis, we highlight foregone employment growth, as well as the differing responses of women's and men's activity patterns. Furthermore, our review of European Union and national policies shows how advances based upon previous policy gains were also foregone. The position of gender equality in policy-making was challenged as governments responded to the crisis by "reverting to type" and weakening gender equality commitments.

Loarne-Lemaire, S., Sanséau, P.-Y., Smith, M., 2014. Reconsidérer le débat sur le rapport vie professionnelle/vie privée en France pour le dépasser : Plaidoyer pour une approche relationnelle , RIMHE , 2/2014, N°11: 41-51.

Loarne-Lemaire, S., Sanséau, P.-Y., Smith, M., 2014. Reconsidérer le débat sur le rapport vie professionnelle/vie privée en France pour le dépasser : Plaidoyer pour une approche relationnelle , RIMHE , 2/2014, N°11: 41-51.

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Previous research has shown that individual decision makers tend to bet more than initially planned after experiencing a loss but not after a gain. This research tests whether groups in consensus decision-making contexts also demonstrate similar asymmetric inconsistencies. Two experiments, one at the individual level and one with three-person groups, were carried out based on a gambling-type betting task. Although individuals planned more conservatively than groups regarding their betting behavior after the first outcome, both individuals and groups misestimated their own betting behavior after losses but not after gains. Negative, but not positive, emotional reactions to previous decision outcomes were also misestimated, leading to incorrect predictions of future behavior. Implications for theory and future research are discussed.
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The current paper is a review of leadership theory from the perspective of “strain” theories of conceptual development. From this perspective, key cultural concepts emerge to the extent that they can mediate between contradictory cultural values and symbolically capture both sides of opposing dimensions, leading such concepts to become both generally attractive and semantically ambiguous. I argue that the leadership literature, with its highly varied and sometimes contradictory conceptualizations of leadership, can be understood as such a symbolic mediation. To illustrate, the review illustrates several classical leadership approaches as attempts to capture both sides of the value dimensions of individualism–collectivism and agency–structure. While generally privileging one side of each dimension, each leadership approach tries to explain both sides, with some approaches taking borderline or hybrid positions. The potential of this approach to understanding leadership scholarship, and to building reflexivity in scholarship, is discussed.

Islam, G, 2014. Extending organizational cognition: A conceptual exploration of mental extension in organizations, Human Relations, forthcoming: .

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Islam Gazi, 2014. Appropriating the Abject: An Anthropophagic Approach toOrganizational Diversity, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, -: -.

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The lack of access to affordable and quality healthcare is one of key challenges faced by the majority of the low-income population living in small towns and villages in India. There are few entrepreneurs in India, which took up this challenge and created technology driven self-sustainable/profitable e-healthcare business models for enabling access to affordable and good quality healthcare to the population living in remote towns and villages. The objective of this research paper is to understand these e-healthcare business models, which used technology to enable access to affordable healthcare in rural India.

Esposito,M.; Groth.O.; Tse, T, 2014. Entrepreneurship Driven Innovation Ecosystem (EDIE), Harvard Business Review, 2014, 7/8: 84-89.

Esposito, M.; Tse, T; Groth, O., 2014. What Europe needs is an innovation-driven entrepreneurship ecosystem: Introducing EDIE, Thunderbird International Business Review, -: -.

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Daudigeos T., Vincent Pasquier, Bertrand Valiorgue, 2014. Bouc-émissaires, lynchages médiatiques et contestation des pratiques irresponsables des firmes multinationales, Revue de l'Organisation Responsable, Forthcoming: .

Cole,o.; Esposito, M.; Tse, T, 2014. Did Nigeria and Angola manage their oil windfalls well between 1970 and 2000: what lessons can be learned for new oil producers?, International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies, -: -.

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A central goal that has eluded most countries in sub-Saharan Africa is to effectively manage their natural resources, develop diversified and prosperous economies, and as a result improve the standard of living of their citizens. This paper draws from the framework of diversification and economic growth, resource-based industrialization, resource curse hypothesis, ownership and control, and political structure and economic choices to examine how Nigeria and Angola managed their oil and gas resources from the 1970s to the late 1990s and the outcome of their choices. The period studied starts from the two oil booms in the 1970s up to the point at which numerous coup d’états and rebel conflicts ended, with a transition to civilian rule, in the late 1990s and early 2000s for Nigeria and Angola respectively. The findings show that both countries were poorly equipped to diversify their economies and failed to achieve economic prosperity for their citizens. The contribution that this paper makes is to clearly outline and discuss key lessons that emerging oil producers in sub-Saharan Africa can learn from Nigeria and Angola for them to successfully manage their hydrocarbon resources. In addition, it informs international oil companies that are looking to explore and develop oil and gas resources in Africa about what they can offer as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to these countries in order to develop closer relationships and gain access to the significant oil and gas reserves across Africa.

Calamel L et Gallego V, 2014. Quand la proximité encourage la mise en place du prêt de main d'oeuvre. Le cas d'un pôle de compétitivité Rhône-Alpin, Relations Industrielles , 69-2: - - .

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Dans le contexte de crise récent, menaçant l’emploi et les entreprises, certaines organisations se sont emparées d’un dispositif de gestion des ressources humaines spécifique : la mise à disposition de salariés. Ce dispositif de prêt de main d’œuvre permettrait ainsi de sauvegarder l’emploi local et d’accroître le panel de compétences des salariés en bénéficiant. Nous traiterons d’un cas de pôle de compétitivité Rhône-Alpin, où l’utilisation de la mise à disposition de salariés entre organisations privées et centre de recherche public a été mise à profit, non seulement pour les salariés, mais aussi pour les organisations. Les résultats montrent que ce dispositif repose essentiellement sur la combinaison de diverses proximités : spatiale et socio-économique.
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In this dialogue, we explore the potential of bridging different approaches for furthering the field of organizational institutionalism. The two particular approaches that have received considerable attention include the institutional logics perspective and French pragmatism. While both present new opportunities, we briefly consider the implications of the treatment of action by proponents of French pragmatism for analyzing the importance of institutionalized rules in organizations. Our brief overview sets the tone for a more constructive conversation among scholars, which is exemplified in the various contributions to this dialogue that consider points of cross-fertilization and the consequences of such work for the field of organizational institutionalism.
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This study explored entrepreneurship in BOP markets in Ghana. The study used a quantitative approach with data collected using returned questionnaires from micro entrepreneurs and small businesses in BOP markets in Ghana. The data was analyzed using inferential statistics (mainly exploratory factor analysis and regression analysis). The study found a significant relationship between the antecedents of entrepreneurship and the market characteristics while a significant relationship exists between the BOP market characteristics and the entrepreneurial benefits were observed. Again, a significant relationship was found between the antecedent factors and the entrepreneurial benefits. The study concludes that BOP market psychodynamic factors are more critical than trait factors.
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Although Principal Investigators are key actors in scientific fields, there is little focus on what they actually do in shaping new scientific directions. This paper studies PIs practices to better understand their roles. Our central contribution is to identify the different ways in which PIs engage themselves in science, in implementing four main practices: ‘focusing in scientific discipline’, ‘innovating and problem solving’, ‘shaping new paradigms and models’ and ‘brokering science’. While ‘focusing’ and ‘innovating’ remain close to project management, ‘shaping’ and ‘brokering’ look more like entrepreneurial activities, shaping new horizons, reshaping boundaries between subfields and among organizations. External orientations to how they engage in different practices shapes PIs roles to articulate different worlds and to reshape the boundaries of organizations, knowledge and markets. Studying PIs’ practices and their combinations advances our knowledge about their roles in managing the interplay between science policies and scientific agendas more effectively highlighting their role as scientific entrepreneurs

Ulgen F., 2013. Is the financial innovation destructive creative? A schumpeterian reappraisal, Journal of Innovation Economics and Management, 11: 231-249.

Ulgen F., 2013. Institutions and liberalized finance : is financial stability of capitalism a pipedream ?, Journal of economic issues, 47(2): 495-503.

Tse, T.; Esposito, M.; Soufani, K., 2013. Fast Expanding Markets: Where new growth can be found, The European Business Review, -: -.

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This article is dedicated to provide a working definition of these markets, which we call “Fast-Expanding Markets” (FEMs). The need to coin a new term for such markets is increasingly urgent, as commonly used terms are deficient. For instance, “emerging economies” or “developed markets”, whilst popular, focus only on markets at the country level. In contrast, the term FEMTM is far more encompassing, as it is not restricted to traditionally defined boundaries, such as geographical, industrial or firm boundaries. It is sufficiently general to refer to any rapidly growing opportunity, with the market as a focal point, regardless of whether that market exists on a supranational, national, regional, industry, cluster or firm level. While it is possible to argue that the term is too broad or unspecific to pinpoint real economic drivers and determinants of growth, it is exactly this unique characteristic that allows managers and policy makers to find new sources of wealth and prosperity. In short, thinking along the lines of FEMTM frees our minds from the restrictions and boundaries of geographies or industries, and enables us to consider markets from new perspectives and to find new ways of achieving economic growth.
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The financial crisis that began in 2008 has hit the world economy hard. In the US, Detroit has declared bankruptcy, while the crisis in the Eurozone is still far from coming to an end. In fact, some speculate that the Eurozone crisis might still be in the initial stages. National economies are not the only victims; various segments of societies around the world have suffered as well. One such segment is youths aged 15 to 24, many of whom are struggling to find jobs as a result of the economic downturn. This is certainly a cause for concern, especially in southern Europe, where the population is dwindling while the capacity of youths to find jobs and of employers to absorb new talent is worsening, according to the OECD. Thus far, there have been relatively few efforts to tackle the issue of youth unemployment.
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Tse, T.; Esposito, M., 2013. Are the Asian Economies on a Sustainable Growth Path?, Today's Manager (anciennement Singapore Management Review), 1/2013: 19-24.

Tse, T.; Esposito, M., 2013. Fast Expanding Markets: A new way to look at global markets, Today's Manager (anciennement Singapore Management Review), -: -.

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Where will we find growth opportunities, the kind that it will take our businesses to the next level? The usual and popular choice of terms we use when looking at current markets and potential ones often include “developed markets” and “emerging economies”. These terms have inspired a new golden age of racing to the new treasure—hidden in the capacities of these markets.
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Taran Patel and Steve Rayner, 2013. A Transactional Culture Analysis of Corporate Sustainability Reporting Practices: , Business and Society, forthcoming: forthcoming.

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This study explores the direct and interactive effects of individual differences in interpersonal trust and negotiation style on ethical decision-making processes across commonly faced negotiation situations. Individual differences influence basic ideas about legitimate negotiating behaviors, affect behavioral intentions directly, and interact with the favorability of negotiating situations, resulting in direct, indirect, and interactive effects on ethical decisionmaking processes. Using a sample of 298 participants in executive education workshops, the study analyzes the relationship between interpersonal trust, competitiveness, moral judgment, and behavioral intentions in different negotiating conditions through a series of structural equation models and regression analyses. Our results suggest that individual ifference variables exert a significant influence not only on how managers assess the morality of ethically ambiguous negotiation practices but also directly on their behavioral intentions, and that this effect changed across specific negotiation situations. We discuss these results in terms of their usefulness in explaining ethical decision-making processes in negotiations.

Santora, J.; Sarros, J.; Kalugina, A.; Esposito, M, 2013. Insider/Outsider Succession in Russian Nonprofit Organizations: Views from the Field”, The Journal of American Academy of Business, 2/1/2013: 254-260.

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The aim of this study was to determine the nature of insider vs. outsider succession in nonprofit Russian organizations. Twenty-nine Russian nonprofit executive directors completed a questionnaire on executive succession and related issues. Unlike other research findings, the data indicated most executive directors believed insiders were the most likely successors. Who these successors are, however, remains unclear, and may be as much a feature of the nonprofit sector as it is a feature of the Russian ideology. More research is needed to clarify this assertion.

Santora, J.; Sarros, J.; Kalugina, A.; Esposito, M, 2013. Insider/Outsider Succession in Russian Nonprofit Organizations: Views from the Field”, The Journal of American Academy of Business, 2/1/2013: 254-260.

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The aim of this study was to determine the nature of insider vs. outsider succession in nonprofit Russian organizations. Twenty-nine Russian nonprofit executive directors completed a questionnaire on executive succession and related issues. Unlike other research findings, the data indicated most executive directors believed insiders were the most likely successors. Who these successors are, however, remains unclear, and may be as much a feature of the nonprofit sector as it is a feature of the Russian ideology. More research is needed to clarify this assertion.

Sanséau, P.-Y. et Ansart, S., 2013. Accreditation Of Prior Experiential Learning As A Catalyst For Lifelong Learning: Analysis And Proposals Based On French Experiments, Journal of International Education Research, Volume 9, N°4: 317-327.

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In this paper, the researchers analyse how lifelong learning can be enriched and develop a different perspective based on the experiment involving the accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL) conducted in France at the university level. Studies on VAE in France in higher education show that a thorough analysis of prior experiential learning: first, improves the quality of the experience as a potential source of skills; second, may provide ways to improve the candidate's experiential learning, and third, may help define the direction for lifelong learning. The findings support two main arguments advocating a central role for the recognition of prior experiential learning in the lifelong learning process particularly in France: potentially individualized learning paths, personal empowerment and shorter training times; and a focus on experience - and not just professional experience - that is in tune with today’s societal changes and the aspirations/constraints of each individual.

Sanséau P.-Y., Matmati, M., Calamel L., 2013. Le DRH au cœur de la crise économique : rôles revendiqués et attentes pour demain , Management & Avenir, N°61: 90-108.

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The 2008 economical and financial crisis had a strong impact on companies and their internal players. In this research, we study, through the perception of 110 HR managers of companies based in France, the evolution of the HR function and the new roles played by the HR managers and the ones to come on the way out of the crisis. The results underline a perceived gratifying role both for the HR function and the HR managers, a dimension largely defended in the normative streams of HRM.

Sanséau P.-Y., Matmati, M., Calamel L., 2013. Le DRH au cœur de la crise économique : rôles revendiqués et attentes pour demain , Management & Avenir, .: ..

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The 2008 economical and financial crisis had a strong impact on companies and their internal players. In this research, we study, through the perception of 110 HR managers of companies based in France, the evolution of the HR function and the new roles played by the HR managers and the ones to come on the way out of the crisis. The results underline a perceived gratifying role both for the HR function and the HR managers, a dimension largely defended in the normative streams of HRM.

Sanséau P.-Y., Calamel L., Matmati, M., 2013. Le DRH au cœur de la crise économique : rôles revendiqués et attentes pour demain , Management & Avenir, .: ..

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The 2008 economical and financial crisis had a strong impact on companies and their internal players. In this research, we study, through the perception of 110 HR managers of companies based in France, the evolution of the HR function and the new roles played by the HR managers and the ones to come on the way out of the crisis. The results underline a perceived gratifying role both for the HR function and the HR managers, a dimension largely defended in the normative streams of HRM.

Sanséau P.-Y, Ansart S., 2013. Guidance and counselling in an APEL process based on a skills-oriented benchmark: from self-examination to the potential contributions of coaching, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, .: ..

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In this article, we take a look at guidance and counselling provided in French Business Schools during the process of accreditation of prior and experiential learning (APEL) based on skills-oriented frames of reference. Based on qualitative research carried out on a sample of APEL guidance counsellors, we focus on three characteristics of the guidance provided in Business Schools, i.e. a characteristic tied to the nature of the required exercise, the impact of a skills-oriented and skills-based approach, and its similarity to certain coaching stances. We then analyse the central role played by self-examination in the APEL process, as well as the similarities and differences between guidance and counselling and guidance and counselling stances in APEL and coaching processes.

Sanséau P.-Y, Ansart S., 2013. Guidance and counselling in an APEL process based on a skills-oriented benchmark: from self-examination to the potential contributions of coaching, British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, .: ..

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In this article, we take a look at guidance and counselling provided in French Business Schools during the process of accreditation of prior and experiential learning (APEL) based on skills-oriented frames of reference. Based on qualitative research carried out on a sample of APEL guidance counsellors, we focus on three characteristics of the guidance provided in Business Schools, i.e. a characteristic tied to the nature of the required exercise, the impact of a skills-oriented and skills-based approach, and its similarity to certain coaching stances. We then analyse the central role played by self-examination in the APEL process, as well as the similarities and differences between guidance and counselling and guidance and counselling stances in APEL and coaching processes.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2013. L'expérience roumaine et son influence sur la pensée de Nicolas Georgescu-Roegen, Economies et Sociétés série Oeconomia, 49, 10/2013: 1753-1775.

Rose Janna , Ozcelik Evrim , Bennett Bradley, 2013. Ethnobotanical Remedies for Acute Diarrhea in Central Anatolian Villages, Economic Botany, 67, Issue 2: 137-146.

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Ethnobotanical Remedies for Acute Diarrhea in Central Anatolian Villages. Acute gastrointestinal illness is a common, life–threatening complication for rural villagers in developing countries such as Turkey. Our study identifies and describes the classification schemes surrounding acute gastrointestinal illness, or diarrhea, and its folk treatments among Central Anatolian villagers. We conducted informal interviews with small groups of rural Turkish villagers in the spring of 2009, using scenarios, recall, free–listing, and ranked saliency techniques to amass information on knowledge and beliefs about diarrhea and its treatments. We also compared treatments from published ethnobotanical studies with 8 of 44 plants still used today. Foods available in the home as well as nearby wild plants were used by 96% of villagers to treat diarrhea. Species in the Rosaceae, Lamiaceae, and Asteraceae families were used most frequently. Villagers blended folk and biomedical concepts to explain their preferences for botanical remedies and to explain the perceived treatment efficacy.
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Individuals’ willingness to act in socially desirable ways, such as sharing resources with others and abiding by norms of ethical conduct, is a necessary condition of social life. The current research reconciles two seemingly contradicting sets of findings on the role of cognitive control in socially desirable behaviors. One set of findings suggests that people are tempted by self-serving impulses and have to rely on cognitive control overriding such impulses to act in socially desirable ways. Another set of findings suggests people are guided by other-regarding impulses and cognitive control is not necessary to motivate socially desirable behaviors. We provide a theoretical and empirical integration of these findings by identifying a key situational variable—the salience of interpersonal impact—that determines whether the dominant impulse is to behave in a self-serving or a socially desirable manner. We suggest that the dominant impulse is to behave in a socially desirable manner when the interpersonal impact of an action is salient, and that the dominant impulse is to behave in a self-serving manner when the interpersonal impact of an action is not salient. Consistent with this prediction, Studies 1–3 found that impairing participants’ cognitive control led to less socially desirable behavior when interpersonal impact was not salient, but more socially desirable behavior when interpersonal impact was salient. Study 4 extended these findings by demonstrating that behaving in a socially desirable manner causes cognitive control impairment when interpersonal impact is not salient. But, when interpersonal impact is salient, behaving in a self-serving manner impairs cognitive control. We discuss the implications of our findings for understanding and managing socially desirable behaviors.
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This paper provides an answer to the question of why agents make self-serving decisions under moral hazard and how their self-serving decisions can be kept in check through institutional arrangements. Our theoretical model predicts that the agents’ power and the manner in which they are held accountable jointly determine their propensity to make self-serving decisions. We test our theory in the context of financial investment decisions made under moral hazard using others’ funds. Across three studies, using different decision-making tasks, different manipulations of power and accountability, and different samples, we show that agents’ power makes them more likely to behave in a self-serving manner under moral hazard, but only when the appropriate accountability mechanisms are not in place. Specifically, we distinguish between outcome and procedural accountability and show that holding agents accountable for their decision-making procedure reduces the level of self-serving decisions under moral hazard and also curbs the negative consequences of power. Implications for decisions under moral hazard, the psychology of power, and the accountability literature are discussed.
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In this research, we examine when and why organizational environments influence how employees respond to moral issues. Past research proposed that social influences in organizations affect employees’ ethical decision making, but did not explain when and why some individuals are affected by the organizational environment and some disregard it. To address this problem, we drew on research on power to propose that power makes people more self-focused, which, in turn, makes them more likely to act upon their preferences and ignore (un)ethical social influences. Using both experimental and field methods, we tested our model across the three main paradigms of social influence: informational influence (Study 1 and 2), normative influence (Study 3), and compliance (Study 4). Results offer converging evidence for our theory.

Nigel F.B. Allington, John S.L. McCombie, 2013. Measuring the Reaction of United Kingdom Monetary to the Housing Market, Economic Journal, ?: ?.

Nigel F.B. Allington, John S.L. McCombie, 2013. Measuring the Reaction of United Kingdom Monetary to the Housing Market, Economic Journal, ?: ?.

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 and John S. L. McCombie, 2013. Measuring the Reaction of Monetary Policy to the Stock Market, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, ?: ?.

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Since the outbreak of the crisis, banks appear at best useless and at worst harmful. The recent standard theory indeed constructed an analysis showing that banks had nothing specific to offer. However, the theory of endogenous money provides a consistent monetary theory and gives to the bank a particular place, eventually central. This analysis thus makes it possible not only to define the role and functions of banks but also to capture the recent developments in the banking system and the malfunctions they generate.

L., Lei & Sanséau, P.-Y., 2013. Influential factors of executives’ equity-based revenue in Chinese listed companies, Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol 29, N°2: 379-390.

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In the Chinese context of economic reform and restructuring to establish the modern corporate system, new models of executives’ equity-based revenue are tested. Stock option income is currently becoming a critical part in the whole package offering to the executives. In this research, we examine the influential factors of executives’ equity-based revenue in 127 Chinese listed companies. It appears that business performance is positively related to executives’ equity based compensation, that there is no significant correlation between executives’ equity based compensation and corporate size, that industry is an influential factor of executives’ equity based compensation and that there is no significant correlation between executives’ equity based compensation and tenure. Based on these findings, we suggest future improvements to establish a healthier equity incentive system in China.

Kuah, A; Tse,T.; Esposito, M., 2013. Financial Agglomerations in the UK: Geographical Cluster Size and Firm Performance, Journal of Competitiveness and Strategy, Volume 3: 18-37.

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This paper reinforces the premise that cluster size has beneficial influence on performance by using data of 17,535 UK financial services com- panies. The research issue is whether having a closely related industry cluster is truly beneficial to member firms’ profitability, as recent studies alleged that a large cluster creates congestion and has negative implications for performance. However, a myriad of performance measures (126 words) were used and notably many still consider finan- cial performance as key measures. By segregat- ing a cluster into its competing and related sec- tors, I find they work in opposite directions on promoting firm growth prospects and financial performance. I argue related sectors in a cluster allow the firm to draw pecuniary benefits to bet- ter its financial performance, while the compet- ing sector promotes its growth prospects.

Kuah, A; Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2013. Competitive Advantage Rewired, The European Business Review, July/August 2013: 8-11.

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Is competitive advantage still an applicable concept after so many years from its inception? Our research demonstrates that it is still very contemporary and one of the primary drive for competitiveness of firms and regions. Rediscovering the need to embrace the opportunities offered by a strong localisation strategy, our article wants to offer a fresh, adapted and practical view on a the opportunities beyond the externalities, as a 21st century source of competitive advantage.

Joannidès, V., Jaumier, S. & Le Loarne, S., 2013. La fabrique du contrôle: une ethnométhodologie du choix des outils de gestion, Comptabilité Contrôle Audit, 19(3): 87-116.

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This paper sets out to contribute to the literature on the implementation of management control systems. To this end, we question what is discussed when a management control system is to be chosen and on what decision-making eventually rests. This study rests upon an ethnomethodology of the Salvation Army’s French branch. Operating in the dual capacity of a researcher and a counsellor to management, between 2000 and 2007, we have unrestricted access to internal data revealing the backstage of management control: discussions and interactions surrounding the choosing of control devices. We contribute to understanding the arising of a need for control, the steps and process followed to decide upon a management control system, and controls in nonprofits.
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Whilst native French speakers oftentimes collapse accountability to account giving, this paper outlines the shape of an accountability ala française. Reading Tocqueville's (1835) work highlights that accountability as practiced in Anglo-Saxonc countries has been an offspring of American democracy. An accountability ala française would be characterised by conformance to a set or universal values, the submission of minorities to choices made by the majority, a means obligation as well as the rejection of transparency.

Islam, G., 2013. Finding a Space for Story: Sensemaking, stories and epistemic impasse, Journal of Organizational Change Management  , 26(1): 29-48.

Islam, G, 2013. Recognizing employees: Reification, dignity and promoting care in Management , Cross Cultural Management : An International Journal, -: -.

Gallego V., Calamel L., 2013. Quand le réseau influence la délocalisation des PME : une approche par l’économie de la proximité, Revue de l'Entrepreneuriat, 1: 1.

Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2013. Fast Expanding Markets: The emergence of Virtual stores in South Korea, Singapore Management Review, 3/2013: 7-9.

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Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2013. Can Europe learn from Asia in its attempts to restore growth? , Harvard Business Review, 1/2013: 86-93.

Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2013. FEM: The new geography of today's markets , Harvard Business Review, Sept 2013: 100-106.

Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2013. Finding Fast Expanding Markets in zero growth countries: Italy, Singapore Management Review, 4/2013: 7-9.

Esposito, M.; Santora, J.; Sarros, J., 2013. Taking Charge: Challenges for Nonprofit Executive Successors, The Journal of American Academy of Business, Volume 18/2: 156-162.

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The aim of this case study is to offer nonprofit executive directors and boards of directors’ lessons about challenges successors face when replacing long-term founders of nonprofit organizations. We begin with a brief profile of the organization, the founder, and the successor. Next, we compare and contrast the founder and successor on five leadership factors. We then present some challenges facing the successor as she began to “take charge” of the organization. Implications for leadership are offered to readers. Finally, we conclude our paper with the limitations of the study and suggestions for future research.

Esposito, M.; Santora, J.; Sarros, J., 2013. Taking Charge: Challenges for Nonprofit Executive Successors, The Journal of American Academy of Business, Volume 18/2: 156-162.

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The aim of this case study is to offer nonprofit executive directors and boards of directors’ lessons about challenges successors face when replacing long-term founders of nonprofit organizations. We begin with a brief profile of the organization, the founder, and the successor. Next, we compare and contrast the founder and successor on five leadership factors. We then present some challenges facing the successor as she began to “take charge” of the organization. Implications for leadership are offered to readers. Finally, we conclude our paper with the limitations of the study and suggestions for future research.
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David Bevan. Jerry Calton, Patricia Werhane & Laura Hartman, 2013. Building Partnerships to Create Social and Economic Value at the Base of the Pyramid, Journal of Business Ethics (The), Inconnue: Inconnue.

David Bevan & Patricia Werhane, 2013. Alterity in Adam Smith, Business Ethics Quarterly , Inconnue: Inconnue.

David Bevan, 2013. Ethics and social media, Journal of Business Ethics (The), Si Social Media: Inconnue.

David Bevan, 2013. Ethics and economics, Business Ethics : a European Review, SI Badiou: inconnue.

Daudigeos, Boutinot & Jaumier, 2013. TAKING STOCK OF INSTITUTIONAL COMPLEXITY: ANCHORING A POOL OF INSTITUTIONAL LOGICS INTO THE INTERINSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM WITH A DESCENDENT HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, in press: ?.

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Institutional pluralism is an intriguing phenomenon for institutional scholars. How the balance among logics evolves within a field and what kind of trajectories a set of logics may experience over a long-term period remain unclear. In particular, extant literature tends too often to downplay institutional complexity by focusing on two dominant logics, and to ignore modes of interaction among logics other than competition. In order to address these issues, we offer a novel methodology for measuring institutional complexity—multiple institutional logics and their change. In particular, we highlight the utility of descendent hierarchical classification models, and demonstrate its utility by analyzing articles published in a leading French trade journal over more than 100 years to study logics related to workplace in the construction industry. We identify a pool of six field-structuring logics over a period of one century; they reveal the composite nature of such logics, which we characterize as combining several higher institutional orders. Additionally, our results bring to light new mechanisms that can explain the composition of institutional logics.

Daudigeos, Boutinot & Jaumier, 2013. TAKING STOCK OF INSTITUTIONAL COMPLEXITY: ANCHORING A POOL OF INSTITUTIONAL LOGICS INTO THE INTERINSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM WITH A DESCENDENT HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, in press: ?.

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Institutional pluralism is an intriguing phenomenon for institutional scholars. How the balance among logics evolves within a field and what kind of trajectories a set of logics may experience over a long-term period remain unclear. In particular, extant literature tends too often to downplay institutional complexity by focusing on two dominant logics, and to ignore modes of interaction among logics other than competition. In order to address these issues, we offer a novel methodology for measuring institutional complexity—multiple institutional logics and their change. In particular, we highlight the utility of descendent hierarchical classification models, and demonstrate its utility by analyzing articles published in a leading French trade journal over more than 100 years to study logics related to workplace in the construction industry. We identify a pool of six field-structuring logics over a period of one century; they reveal the composite nature of such logics, which we characterize as combining several higher institutional orders. Additionally, our results bring to light new mechanisms that can explain the composition of institutional logics.

Daudigeos, Boutinot & Jaumier, 2013. TAKING STOCK OF INSTITUTIONAL COMPLEXITY: ANCHORING A POOL OF INSTITUTIONAL LOGICS INTO THE INTERINSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM WITH A DESCENDENT HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, in press: ?.

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Institutional pluralism is an intriguing phenomenon for institutional scholars. How the balance among logics evolves within a field and what kind of trajectories a set of logics may experience over a long-term period remain unclear. In particular, extant literature tends too often to downplay institutional complexity by focusing on two dominant logics, and to ignore modes of interaction among logics other than competition. In order to address these issues, we offer a novel methodology for measuring institutional complexity—multiple institutional logics and their change. In particular, we highlight the utility of descendent hierarchical classification models, and demonstrate its utility by analyzing articles published in a leading French trade journal over more than 100 years to study logics related to workplace in the construction industry. We identify a pool of six field-structuring logics over a period of one century; they reveal the composite nature of such logics, which we characterize as combining several higher institutional orders. Additionally, our results bring to light new mechanisms that can explain the composition of institutional logics.

Cavelzani A., Williams L.C., 2013. Dysfunctional Leadership and Group Unconscious Dynamics in the Psychoanalytic and Complex Living Perspectives, International Journal of Complexity in Leadership and Management, X: xx.

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When the leader does not succeed in maintaining the team focused on the desired working objectives, unconscious dysfunctional dynamics emerge in the group compromising the business. Psychoanalysis widely studied the unconscious both at individual and at group levels. This paper aims to briefly present such unconscious dynamics, and to propose also an explanation of them which links psychoanalysis with the contemporary complex living systems theories.
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When the leader does not succeed in maintaining the team focused on the desired working objectives, unconscious dysfunctional dynamics emerge in the group compromising the business. Psychoanalysis widely studied the unconscious both at individual and at group levels. This paper aims to briefly present such unconscious dynamics, and to propose also an explanation of them which links psychoanalysis with the contemporary complex living systems theories.

Ansart S.; Sanseau P.-Y., 2013. L'accompagnement dans un processus VAE basé sur un référentiel de compétences: , Carriérologie, 12, N° 3-4: ..

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Ask people whom they have worked with and most will recount stories of those who have motivated them, those who have made them laugh, and those with whom they have shared good times. Dig a little deeper and stories might be told about those colleagues who have brought an individual close to tears or rage due to their anger and frustration. For example, Mike, an executive vice president at an entertainment company, told us about his experience handling several layoffs with a general manager. As this VP broke the difficult news to this GM's loyal employee, the GM sat with his feet perched up on the conference table, working away on his computer. He didn’t bother to look up from his computer screen, much less thank his direct report, or express his sympathy. The VP recounted that he was particularly upset, as he had gone to great lengths to try to coach the GM on leadership skills, after sensing employees’ frustrations with him. The VP indicated that he left the room feeling particularly de-energized by the whole encounter. There were also longer lasting effects for the GM: a number of negative interactions similar to this one pushed the VP to let him go several months later.

Andrade, E.B., Claro, D.P. & Islam, G., 2013. Thinking about risk: Exploring dynamic inconsistencies in betting behavior. , Journal of Gambling Studies, DOI 10.1007/s10899-013-9401-x: online.

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Institutional scholars have been emphasizing isomorphism of actors of an organizational field – but what about organizations that are interacting only temporarily in such a field? How do they react to the field’s institutional constraints when they temporarily interact with the field? Based on an in-depth analysis of an architectural contest, this paper focuses on actors who interact with the field only once or occasionally. Such actors do not completely conform to existing institutions, but rather ‘surf’ on institutions: they adopt its general framework, to benefit from its dynamics and predictability of action, but adapt institutional rules and conventions to their own benefit. Introducing the notion of ‘surfing on institution’ allows us to complement the literature on organizations’ responses to institutional pressures and norms.
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Vulnerable workers can be expected to be more subject to direct managerial control over the work process and have little opportunity for participation in shaping their work environment. Opportunities for participation not only are in themselves desirable, but also may have beneficial effects on job quality. However, there has been little exploration of either the extent to which vulnerable workers have access to employee participation or whether such access is equally associated with improved job quality for both vulnerable and non-vulnerable groups. These issues are explored using the fifth wave of the European Working Conditions Survey. We define vulnerable workers by the labour supply characteristics of low education and being female. Consistent with our predictions, regression analyses reveal that, although vulnerable workers have considerably less access to participatory human resource management practices, for those that do have access, similar improvements are found when compared to nonvulnerable groups on all four dimensions of job quality included in the analysis. Some variations were found depending on gender and level of education, but overall, our analysis suggests that increasing access to employee participation practices could provide an important means of improving job quality for vulnerable workers.
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Vulnerable workers can be expected to be more subject to direct managerial control over the work process and have little opportunity for participation in shaping their work environment. Opportunities for participation not only are in themselves desirable, but also may have beneficial effects on job quality. However, there has been little exploration of either the extent to which vulnerable workers have access to employee participation or whether such access is equally associated with improved job quality for both vulnerable and non-vulnerable groups. These issues are explored using the fifth wave of the European Working Conditions Survey. We define vulnerable workers by the labour supply characteristics of low education and being female. Consistent with our predictions, regression analyses reveal that, although vulnerable workers have considerably less access to participatory human resource management practices, for those that do have access, similar improvements are found when compared to nonvulnerable groups on all four dimensions of job quality included in the analysis. Some variations were found depending on gender and level of education, but overall, our analysis suggests that increasing access to employee participation practices could provide an important means of improving job quality for vulnerable workers.
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Although interest in incorporating mindfulness into medical interventions is growing, data on the rela-tionships between mindfulness, stress and coping in military personnel is still scarce. This report investi-gates the relationship between psychological adjustment and mindfulness in soldiers according to their repeated deployments and confrontations with stressors. Our findings indicate that soldiers’ mindfulness levels were in the range of the middle-aged civilian working population, and were negatively correlated with emotional disturbance measures, and positively correlated with their subjective assessments of their own well-being. Individuals confronted with conflict deployments and stressors recorded lower mindful-ness scores, and appeared high in emotional disturbance measures.
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Although interest in incorporating mindfulness into medical interventions is growing, data on the rela-tionships between mindfulness, stress and coping in military personnel is still scarce. This report investi-gates the relationship between psychological adjustment and mindfulness in soldiers according to their repeated deployments and confrontations with stressors. Our findings indicate that soldiers’ mindfulness levels were in the range of the middle-aged civilian working population, and were negatively correlated with emotional disturbance measures, and positively correlated with their subjective assessments of their own well-being. Individuals confronted with conflict deployments and stressors recorded lower mindful-ness scores, and appeared high in emotional disturbance measures.

Taran Patel and Steve Rayner, 2012. Addressing the Transactional Level of Culture: Illustrating the Application of Douglasian Cultural Theory in a Variety of Management Settings, European Management Review, Vol. 9: 121-138.

Taran Patel and Robert Hamlin, 2012. Behavioural Indicators of Managerial and Leadership Effectiveness within Romanian and British Public Sector Hospitals: An empirical study and cross-nation comparative analysis., European Journal of Training and Development, 36(2): 234-260.

Taran Patel and Robert G. Hamlin, 2012. Deducing a Taxonomy of Perceived Managerial and Leadership Effectiveness , Human Resource Development International, Volume 15, Issue 5: 571-587.

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This qualitative multiple case derived etic study focuses on perceived managerial and leadership effectiveness. It explores what employees in various organizations, organizational sectors and culturally diverse nations perceive as effective and ineffective managerial behaviour. Empirical findings from six emic replication studies carried out previously within three European Union countries were subjected to cross-case, cross-sector, and cross-nation comparative analysis. High degrees of sameness and similarity were found. Further analysis led to the emergence of a behavioural taxonomy comprised of ten positive (effective) and nine negative (ineffective) behavioural criteria. We find that managers and non-managerial staff in British and Romanian public-sector hospitals, and in British and German private-sector companies, perceive effective and ineffective managerial behaviour in much the same way. Our findings challenge past literature which argues that managers need to adopt different managerial behaviours to be effective in different organizational sectors and countries.
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Sanséau P.-Y., Smith M., 2012. Regulatory change and work-life integration in France and the U-K, Personnel Review, Vol. 42 No 4: pp. 470-486.

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In this paper we consider the impact of regulatory changes on work-life integration outcomes. Using the case of France and the UK we explore changes in objective and subjective measures of work-family conflict. Design/methodology/approach We use data from the European Foundation’s European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) to analyse trends in employees’ working time and work-life integration outcomes. Findings We observe an increase in reported satisfaction with work-life integration in the UK in contrast to a slight fall in France. We also find a reinforcement of the working time norms in France and something of a tentative a re-emergence in UK. However, against these trends we also find evidence of an enhanced flexibility in the scheduling of hours in both countries with French employees more at risk of changeable schedules. Practical implications Downward trends in working time do not necessarily translate into satisfaction with work-life integration and may create their own tensions and conflicts for employees where there is reduced autonomy. While regulatory change may help shape the working time experiences of employees, the underlying tension between employee- and employer-friendly flexibility highlights the challenges for working time regulation and work-life integration in different societal contexts. Originality/value The paper makes a contribution to the analysis of work-life integration outcomes by examining both objective and subjective measures using comparable data. We underline the need to contextualise the regulation and experiences of work-life integration in different societal settings.

Sanséau P.-Y., Smith M., 2012. Regulatory change and work-life integration in France and the U-K, Personnel Review, Vol. 41 no 4: 470-486.

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In this paper we consider the impact of regulatory changes on work-life integration outcomes. Using the case of France and the UK we explore changes in objective and subjective measures of work-family conflict. Design/methodology/approach We use data from the European Foundation’s European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) to analyse trends in employees’ working time and work-life integration outcomes. Findings We observe an increase in reported satisfaction with work-life integration in the UK in contrast to a slight fall in France. We also find a reinforcement of the working time norms in France and something of a tentative a re-emergence in UK. However, against these trends we also find evidence of an enhanced flexibility in the scheduling of hours in both countries with French employees more at risk of changeable schedules. Practical implications Downward trends in working time do not necessarily translate into satisfaction with work-life integration and may create their own tensions and conflicts for employees where there is reduced autonomy. While regulatory change may help shape the working time experiences of employees, the underlying tension between employee- and employer-friendly flexibility highlights the challenges for working time regulation and work-life integration in different societal contexts. Originality/value The paper makes a contribution to the analysis of work-life integration outcomes by examining both objective and subjective measures using comparable data. We underline the need to contextualise the regulation and experiences of work-life integration in different societal settings.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2012. The making of a Schumpeterian economist: Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 19:4: 625-651.

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A critical examination of the manner in which work and labour have been conceived by economists in the neo-classical theories of production, in effect seeing work as a « disutility », reveals some remarkable paradoxes and even contradictions both between this neoclassical conception and certain other areas of economic thinking and even more obviously with the manner in which work has been conceived in certain other areas of human science, in particular in contemporary psychology and in classical political theories (of human rights). The inescapably value-laden nature of abstractions in respect of human beings and activities in the human sciences is first laid bare drawing on the insights of Gunnar Myrdal and of critical social theory. In the light of this the paradoxes and contradictions are subjected to a philosophical analysis which on the one hand seeks to explain the time-resistant persistence of the neoclassical conception in terms of the enduring but rarely made explicit power of the master-slave relationship as a framework of thought and interaction in so many areas of human affairs and in particular in the business world; and on the other hand some explicitly normative suggestions are made as to how in the light of certain moral philosophies we ought to be conceiving of work if in the human, sciences we are to do proper justice to human dignity and human rights.

N Allington, JSL McCombie, M Pike, 2012. Lessons Not Learnt: From the Collapse of Long-Term Capital Management to the Subprime Crisis” , Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 34: 555-582.

N Allington, JSL McCombie M Pike, 2012. Lack of balance, coordination and sustainability in economic development, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 35: 45-63.

N Allington, JSL McCombie M Pike, 2012. Lack of balance, coordination and sustainability in economic development, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 2013: 45-63.

Mohand Hamoumou, 2012. Hommage à André Wormser, Les temps modernes, -: -.

Mark Smith, 2012. Social regulation of the gender pay gap in the EU, European Journal of Industrial relations, 18(4): 365– 380.

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There has been more than 30 years of equal pay legislation in the European Union yet the gap between male and female earnings has remained remarkably resilient and is present across all Member States, regardless of national institutional arrangements. The European regulatory landscape has changed to one relying heavily on soft law approaches and with more limited ambitions in the field of gender equality than at the creation of the European Employment Strategy in 1997. In this environment the European Commission has placed greater emphasis on the role of social partners in addressing the gender pay gap. This article critically reviews the role of social partners in addressing these pay inequalities.

Ludivine Calamel, Christian Defélix, Thierry Picq (EM Lyon) et Didier Retour, 2012. Inter-organisational projects in French innovation clusters: the construction of collaboration, International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 30, Issue 1: 48-59.

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Purpose: This article examines why theatre-business links are relevant to management. We focus on two types of links: using theatre techniques as a training method for managers, and using corporate theatre as a change management tool

Lazzarini, S., Islam, G & Mesquita, L, 2012. Bad for Practice? Reconciling alternative attitudes impact on views on managerial and their organizational performance, Management Research, 10/3: 208-225.

J Felipe and JSL McCombie, 2012. On Herbert Simon’s Criticisms of the Cobb-Douglas and the CES Production Functions” , Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 34: 275-293.

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Islam, G, 2012. Can the Subaltern Eat? Anthropophagic culture as a Brazilian lens on post-colonial theory, Organization, 19(2): 159-180.

Gregoire Croidieu, 2012. Les stratégies de légitimation des organisations renégates , M@n@gement , 15 (3): 253-263.

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Between the re-interpretation of the past and a problematic relation to modernity: the legitimation strategies to the power in Uzbekistan In power since independence in 1991, the Uzbek regime has heavily invested in, so as to re-interpret, the repertoire of its past and tradition. The context at the time – that of creating a new state – can have explained this practice but the temporal distance with this founding event makes the discrepancy between a national imagination almost exclusively based on a re-invented memory and the reality of daily life for Uzbeks painfully obvious. The regime, however, finds it difficult to articulate its public action and discourse with a modernity that would open tangible prospects of the promised future. The urban redevelopment program aims to articulate a modernity to the past but this relationship remains problematic in that the regime depends on a social status quo in which inequalities are widening. The past is thus summoned once again to justify the program, while any idea of social progress is shrugged off.

Esposito, M; Santora, J; Sarros, J., 2012. Old Founders Never Die; They Just Fade Away: Or Do They?, Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol 26/1: 8-10.

Esposito, M; Santora, J; Sarros, J., 2012. Old Founders Never Die; They Just Fade Away: Or Do They?, Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol 26/1: 8-10.

Esposito, M.; Tse,T., 2012. European Competitiveness: An Oxymoron?, Harvard Business Review, 3/2012: 78-84.

Esposito, M.; Tse, T., 2012. Global Dilemmas: Does Competitiveness build future or just GDP?, Singapore Management Review, 34/2: 1-7.

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The access to high quality, a reliable and affordable basic healthcare service is one of the key challenges facing the rural and semi-urban population lying at base of the pyramid (BoP) in India. Realizing this as a social challenge and an economic opportunity (shared value), there has been an emergence of healthcare service providers, who have bundled entrepreneurial attitude & passion with available scarce resources to design & implement cost-effective, reliable and scalable market solutions for the BoP. The purpose of this research paper is to understand the underlying operating principles of these self-sustainable business models aimed at providing healthcare services to the BoP segment in India.

Esposito, M., 2012. Capitalism 3.0.?, Harvard Business Review, 1/2012: -.

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This commentary provides view on the article from Meyer and Kirby and their metaphor on capitalism as a system that can resume value.

David Bevan, 2012. Experiential Learning, Journal of Management Development, guest editorial, 31 (3): 193-197.

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This article presents the evaluation of the socio-economic impact of GIANT on the Grenoble area.

Cavelzani A., 2012. Dysfunctional Management: Narcissistic Leadership. A Case Study, International Leadership Journal, vol 4 n3: 78-93.

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Caroline Straub, 2012. Antecedents and organizational consequences of family supportive supervisor behavior: A multilevel conceptual framework for research, Human Resource Management Review , 22: 15-26.

Ansart, S., Sanséau, P.-Y, 2012. L'accompagnement dans un processus VAE basé sur un référentiel de compétences: de l'enjeu de l'introspection aux possibles apports du coaching, Carriérologie, Vol.12, N° 3: 335-354.

Ansart S & V. Monvoisin, 2012. Le métier du banquier et le risque : La dénaturation des fonctions de financement du système bancaire, Cahiers d'Economie Politique, 62: pp. 7-35.

Ansart S & V. Monvoisin, 2012. Le métier du banquier et le risque : La dénaturation des fonctions de financement du système bancaire, Cahiers d'Economie Politique, 62: pp. 7-35.

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.

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.

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Thibault Daudigeos et Bertrand Valiorgue, 2011. Conditions for value creation in the marketplace through the management of CSR issues – A negative external effects framework , Business and Society, 50 (1): 28-49.

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This article contributes to research on strategic corporate social responsibility (CSR) by detailing the condition-sets governing the emergence of market-led demand for CSR. We build on external effects theory to evaluate the strategic options a company can adopt to manage its negative external effects in a way that creates social and economic value. We draw on the economic concepts of rivalry and excludability to categorize different social issues and detail the conditions needed to foster market-led transactions on negative externalities. We demonstrate how different types of negative externalities present firms with different strategic opportunities in terms of harnessing market-driven CSR demand.

Steiler,D. et Rosnet,E., 2011. La mesure du stress professionnel : Différentes méthodologies de recueil, Revue des Sciences de Gestion, .: 271-279.

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In a previous article we presented the stress assessment tools: observation, interviews and questionnaires. In this article, the factual presentation of various methodologies in professional stress measurement, together with their respective advantages and disadvantages, serves the purpose of providing readers, eager to further pursue the measurement of this phenomenon, with pragmatic choice criteria. After detailing the conceptual facets of professional stress and related measurement issues, we will examine three operational approaches to this evaluation. Finally, in the last section, we shall present the French version of a composite stress measurement tool.

Roxana Bobulescu, Nelson Pizarro, 2011. Saillance des parties prenantes dans le processus de renouvellement organisationnel: le , Economies et Sociétés, série K "Economie d'Entreprise", Tome XLV, n° 4: 699-717.

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The article examines the current case of a particular U.S. public college (Evergreen) affected by the decline of the State budget. This situation forces it to reconsider its socio-economic model. The theoretical framework of the stakeholder saliency is used to study the vectors of change, while the matrix of change is determined by the global context of higher education. The transformations are carried out under the leadership of the stakeholder (the State) which combines three attributes – power, legitimacy and urgency – in the perception of managers. The new configuration of stakeholders and their saliency prefigure the evolution of Evergreen’s model.
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This article discusses the methodological differences between the British school and the American school of international relations. It attempts to demonstrate that Susan Strange, representative of the British school, could be considered a critical realist. The aim of the article is to show that her vision of international political economy fulfills the methodological reorientation initiated in economics by Tony Lawson at the end of the 90s. Strange’s radical ontology claims that structural power determines human actions. The paper contrasts Strange’s approach with that of John Ruggie, from the American school, who identifies himself as a social constructivist. Ruggie emphasizes the role of ideational factors in international relations and the constructed nature of social reality.
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e-Learning has entered the mainstream in higher education and many institutions are implementing technology-mediated learning at some level. This paper outlines the case of a course taught jointly in 2010 over three months by two graduate programmes in management at the University of Tsukuba in Japan and the Grenoble Ecole de Management in France through a video-conferencing system and other information and communications technology tools. The authors used a blended learning approach aimed at increasing collaboration among instructors and students remotely located. The results of a questionnaire survey of students conducted during the course provide practical recommendations for developing and managing a hybrid course balancing the positive aspects of e-learning with the benefits of face-to-face instruction, while suiting the participants’ cultural learning preferences. Particular insights include selecting a relevant blended learning course topic, addressing student diversity and distinct learning motives, and bringing ‘tangible diversity’ through the exchange of faculty
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Beginning from a reminder of the logical properties of ethical discourse the paper first of all compares and (more tellingly) contrasts the three areas of applied ethics that were the subject of the conference: business ethics, journalism ethics and medical ethics. The sharp contrast between the automatic presumption of a high moral commitment from medical practitioners and the presumption of a total absence of moral obligation that we find in certain ultraliberal writers on economics and business is shown to be very revealing even if that ultraliberal position is widely challenged today especially in the aftermath of the financial crisis. The latter part of the article then reflects in methodological vein on the three quite different logical levels at which a normative critique of professional practice may be carried out in each of the three areas (business, journalism and medical) and ends with a plea for the place of metaethics (which we here label as level 3 critique) as a vital contributor to ethical discussion in a multicultural globalised world.

Nigel FB Allington, 2011. The failure of the new macroeconomic consensus : from non-ergodicity to the efficient markets hypothesis and back again, International Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 7, n° 1/2/3: pp. 4-21.

Ludivine Calamel, Christian Defélix, Ingrid Mazzilli et Didier Retour, 2011. Les pôles de compétitivité : un point de rupture pour la GRH traditionnelle ? Une analyse des actions menées au sein des 12 pôles de la région Rhône-Alpes. , Management & Avenir, 41: 175-193.

Loïck Roche, 2011. Le Slow Management, Antidote au Stress, Expansion Management Review (L'), .: ..

Grégoire Croidieu, Philippe Monin, 2011. Châteaux contre garages: Mouvements sociaux et identités collectives à Saint-Emilion, Revue Française de Gestion, Vol. n° 217: 93-116.

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In this article, we examine the emergence of collective identities. Collective identities are depicted as a political project organized by some activists who take advantage of political opportunities to mobilize and challenge an established competitive order. Our case study focuses on an identity social movement, called the garage wine movement - localized in Saint-Emilion in the Bordeaux wine region – that challenges the châteaux as the dominating organizational form. We identify four processes leading to the emergence of the garagist identity: theorization, labelization, resonance and polarization. In the field of organization theory, this case study contributes to social movement and strategic group identity literatures.

Esposito, M; Santora, J., 2011. Do Leaders Happy Leaders Make for Better Team Performance? , Academy of Management Perspectives, 25/04: 88-90.

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If leadership makes a difference, as many believe,we might expect leaders who display positive moods to alter the attitude of team members. But what becomes of these changed attitudes?

Esposito, M; Santora, J., 2011. Do Leaders Happy Leaders Make for Better Team Performance? , Academy of Management Perspectives, 25/04: 88-90.

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If leadership makes a difference, as many believe,we might expect leaders who display positive moods to alter the attitude of team members. But what becomes of these changed attitudes?
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This comment provides a reflection on the new potential of adaptive competitive advantage, following an article from Reeves and Deimler.

Esposito, M., 2011. Porter's new Manifesto, Harvard Business Review, 1/2011: 72.

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This commentary provides an insight on the new article from Michael Porter, who redefines the role of firms, around the societal needs rather than around the market needs.

David Bevan, Yury Blagov & Gilbert Lenssen,, 2011. Corporate responsibility and emerging markets, Corporate Governance Journal, 11, 4: 308-312.

David Bevan, Joan Fontradona, Gilbert Lenssen, 2011. Corporate responsibility and the global economy, Corporate Governance Journal, 10, iv: 340-346.

David Bevan, Herve Corvellec, Eric Fay, 2011. Responsibility Beyond CSR, Journal of Business Ethics (The), Vol 101, editorial: pp. 1-4.

Daudigeos Thibault, 2011. Responsabiliser les chaînes de valeur éclatées. Enjeux et limites, Revue Française de Gestion, 6 (215): 150.

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Towards Responsible Value Chains ? The conditions and limits of CSR projects in fragmented value chains Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability are increasingly considered as fields for innovation, whereby companies try to produce economic and social value simultaneously. However, most approaches on sustainability innovations focus on one single and integrated firm. By contrast, this article develops the conceptual foundations to explore the conditions and limits surrounding the emergence of such innovations in the context of complex value chains involving a series of corporations, which are hierarchically and legally distinct from one another.

Crina Archer, David Bevan. Patricia Werhane, Laura Hartman, Kim Clark, 2011. Trust after the Global Financial Meltdown, Business and Society Review, 116: 4: 403–433.

CHANARON, J.J., BIRCHALL, D.W., HILLENBRAND, C., TOVSTIGA, G., (2011), , , , pp. ., 2011. Innovation Performance Measurement: Current Practices, Issues and Management Challenges, International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 56, n°1: 1-20.

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Innovation is indisputably one of the most important strategic and operational levers available to managers for creating competitive advantage. Recent studies suggest that there remains a serious disconnect between what firms are hoping for, and what they, in fact, are reaping from their investments in innovation. Conventional approaches to performance measurement have as yet had little impact in the area of innovation management. The purpose of the research reported in this paper has been to address some of the more pertinent of the many questions raised by innovation practitioners and managers today concerning the measurement of innovation performance.

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.

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In spite of the richness of its developments, Business & Society research does not systematically address the organizational and managerial issues associated with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategies and policies. It was this very same conclusion, in the 1970s, that prompted the Harvard Business School to launch a research program focused on Corporate Social Responsiveness. Since the content of the program has since been forgotten and/or overly simplified, this article explores its origins and content, assesses its contributions, and formulates hypotheses as to why the program got left behind. We contend that the Corporate Social Responsiveness program provides key insight to analyze the internal dynamics shaping how organizations institutionalize social and environmental issues.

Alessandro Cavelzani, 2011. When the Leader is Absent : A case study, International Leadership Journal, Vol. 3, Issue 3: 55-65.

Trousselard,M., Steiler,D.,C Raphel,C., Cian,C., Duymedjian,R., Claverie,D., Canini,F., 2010. Validation of a French version of the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory - short version: relationships between mindfulness and stress in an adult population, Biopsychosocial Medecine, 4: 1-11.

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Whereas interest in incorporating mindfulness into interventions in medicine is growing, data on the relationships of mindfulness to stress and coping in management is still scarce. This report first presents a French validation of the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory-short form (FMI) in a middle-aged working population. Secondly, it investigates the relationship between psychological adjustment and mindfulness. Methods: Five hundred and six non-clinical middle-aged working individuals rated themselves on the self-report French version FMI and completed measures of psychological constructs potentially related to mindfulness levels.

Trousselard,M., Steiler,D.,C Raphel,C., Cian,C., Duymedjian,R., Claverie,D., Canini,F., 2010. Validation of a French version of the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory - short version: relationships between mindfulness and stress in an adult population, Biopsychosocial Medecine, 4: 1-11.

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Whereas interest in incorporating mindfulness into interventions in medicine is growing, data on the relationships of mindfulness to stress and coping in management is still scarce. This report first presents a French validation of the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory-short form (FMI) in a middle-aged working population. Secondly, it investigates the relationship between psychological adjustment and mindfulness. Methods: Five hundred and six non-clinical middle-aged working individuals rated themselves on the self-report French version FMI and completed measures of psychological constructs potentially related to mindfulness levels.

Steiler,D. & Ruling.C.C, 2010. Stress et stratégie d’ajustement : analyse en situation de fusion-acquisition, Management & Avenir, 34: 40-62.

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The paper presents a state of the art of corporate coping strategies for merger and acquisition (M&A) related stress. After a presentation of models of workplace stress and a discussion of the specific sources of stress in a M&A situation, our analysis shows that the discussion of coping strategies in the managerial literature is only dealing with the effects of M&A stress on individuals. We conclude by highlighting a set of organizational paradoxes to be addressed in M&A stress management.

Steiler,D. & Ruling.C.C, 2010. Stress et stratégie d’ajustement : analyse en situation de fusion-acquisition, Management & Avenir, 34: 40-62.

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The paper presents a state of the art of corporate coping strategies for merger and acquisition (M&A) related stress. After a presentation of models of workplace stress and a discussion of the specific sources of stress in a M&A situation, our analysis shows that the discussion of coping strategies in the managerial literature is only dealing with the effects of M&A stress on individuals. We conclude by highlighting a set of organizational paradoxes to be addressed in M&A stress management.

Steiler,D., 2010. Les effets du stress au travail, Les Cahiers de l'Actif, 406/407/408/409: 25-34.

Smith, M. and Villa, P., 2010. The Ever Declining Role of Gender Equality in the European Employment Strategy, Industrial Relations Journal, 41(6): 526-543.

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This paper analyses the changing position of gender in the European Employment Strategy (EES) since its 2005 relaunch. Overall we find a picture of mixed progress towards gender equality goals across Member States. There is some evidence of the EU soft-law approach leading to positive developments since the use of targets in conjunction with Country-Specific Recommendations and Points-to-Watch have had some influence in promoting gender equality policies among Member States. However, the weakened position of gender mainstreaming in European level initiatives has led to gender being marginalised or ignored in national and EU policy responses to the crisis. The prominence of gender has declined further in the 2010 revision of the EES under the 2020 banner. This introduces new risks as the emphasis on gender equality falls further down the list of priorities in the streamlining of the Lisbon process

SMITH M and ZAGELMEYER, S., 2010. Working time management and SME performance in Europe, International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 31, n° 4: 392-409.

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In this paper, the authors examine the specificity of a new process for obtaining qualifications in a French higher education, based on the recognition of professional experience (APEL or VAE in French) and the potential of its replication to other countries Firstly, the purpose focuses on the pertinence of the notion of « competence » in accreditation of prior (experiential) learning (AP(E)L). Although APEL approaches in the French higher education system tend to lean toward the notion of « knowledge », it appears that an approach structured by competences and based on specific frames of reference,offers great potential. Secondly, the question of the replication of APEL process in the North American context is raised with a study of the Mexican case. If educational systems of both countries don’t differ much, it appears that the transfer of the APEL process could be hazardous considering the cultural and social contexts and the difficulties associated to foreign educational transfers.

Sanseau P.-Y.; Ansart S., 2010. Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning in Higher Education: A European-North American Comparison Based on the French-Mexican Cases”, Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Volume 8 - Number 3: 1-5.

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In this paper, the authors examine the specificity of a new process for obtaining qualifications in a French higher education, based on the recognition of professional experience (APEL or VAE in French) and the potential of its replication to other countries Firstly, the purpose focuses on the pertinence of the notion of « competence » in accreditation of prior (experiential) learning (AP(E)L). Although APEL approaches in the French higher education system tend to lean toward the notion of « knowledge », it appears that an approach structured by competences and based on specific frames of reference, offers great potential. Secondly, the question of the replication of APEL process in the North American context is raised with a study of the Mexican case. If educational systems of both countries don’t differ much, it appears that the transfer of the APEL process could be hazardous considering the cultural and social contexts and the difficulties associated to foreign educational transfers.

Rüling, C.; Strandgaard Pedersen, J., 2010. Film festival research from an organizational studies perspective, Scandinavian Journal of Management , 26: 318-323.

Nigel FB Allington, 2010. John Rooke: Rent, Distribution, Money and the Repeal of the Corn Laws, Research in The History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol 28-B: pp.243-302.

Nigel FB Allington, 2010. Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman: Champion of the Neglected British Epigones, Research in The History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 28-B: pp.1-35.

Nigel FB Allington, 2010. Moats, Duck Houses and Bath Plugs: Members of Parliament, the Expenses Scandal and the Use of Web Sites, Journal of Parliamentary Affairs, 63: pp.385-406.

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.

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Reducing transaction costs and the need for international reserves is a primary objective to the establishment of regional payment agreements. Another objective, especially in the case of Latin America where the Ecuadorian promoters of the Bank of the South and the New Architecture are planning the implement of a regional clearing system, is to reduce member countries dependence on the US dollar as an international standard and reserve currency. To help improving the design of such agreements this paper refers to the plan Keynes designed for the Bretton Woods Conference. First, it observes that cases were made against this plan from which useful lessons may still be drawn. Second, it shows that Keynes defined a system for exchanging domestic currencies for each other that can be improved and help design currency unions in accordance with their promoters’ objectives.
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Whereas interest in incorporating mindfulness into interventions in medicine is growing, data on the relationships of mindfulness to stress and coping in management is still scarce. This report first presents a French validation of the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory-short form (FMI) in a middle-aged working population. Secondly, it investigates the relationship between psychological adjustment and mindfulness.

Esposito, M; Santora, J; Sarros, J., 2010. Executive succession: An assessment of nonprofit research, Advances in Business Related Scientific Research Journal, 1/1: 1-11.

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Despite its importance to the nonprofit sector, discussion of and research on executive succession appears infrequently in the academic literature. Accordingly, we conducted a comprehensive search of the extant literature in order to identify case studies on this issue, and to analyze the key finding and themes appearing in these cases. Most published research focuses on U.S. nonprofit organizations and are single case studies. On the one hand, some common themes and findings appear in several cases, and on the other hand, some cases focus on a singular theme. International and U.S. case studies are compared to determine similarities/differences.

Esposito, M; Santora, J; Sarros, J., 2010. Executive succession: An assessment of nonprofit research, Advances in Business Related Scientific Research Journal, 1/1: 1-11.

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Despite its importance to the nonprofit sector, discussion of and research on executive succession appears infrequently in the academic literature. Accordingly, we conducted a comprehensive search of the extant literature in order to identify case studies on this issue, and to analyze the key finding and themes appearing in these cases. Most published research focuses on U.S. nonprofit organizations and are single case studies. On the one hand, some common themes and findings appear in several cases, and on the other hand, some cases focus on a singular theme. International and U.S. case studies are compared to determine similarities/differences.

Esposito, M; Santora, J, 2010. Research Brief: Dual Family Earners: Do Role Overload and Stress Treat Them as Equals?, Academy of Management Perspectives, Volume 24/4: -.

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In many respects life in the 21st century is radically different than the lives our parents and grandparents experienced. For instance, technology has allowed us to maintain continuous connection with our jobs and work, courtesy of the instantaneous communication offered by our “crackberries” and other devices. But do we pay a price for our complex, always plugged in lives?

Esposito, M; Santora, J, 2010. Research Brief: Dual Family Earners: Do Role Overload and Stress Treat Them as Equals?, Academy of Management Perspectives, Volume 24/4: -.

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In many respects life in the 21st century is radically different than the lives our parents and grandparents experienced. For instance, technology has allowed us to maintain continuous connection with our jobs and work, courtesy of the instantaneous communication offered by our “crackberries” and other devices. But do we pay a price for our complex, always plugged in lives?

Esposito, M; Cavelzani, A; Villamira, M, 2010. Emotional Intelligence and Hotel Business, KHOJ Journal of Indian Management Research and Practices, 1/1: 67-72.

Esposito, M; Cavelzani, A; Villamira, M, 2010. Emotional Intelligence and Hotel Business, KHOJ Journal of Indian Management Research and Practices, 1/1: 67-72.

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Esposito, M.; Santora, J., 2010. Research Brief: The psychology of defined-benefit pensions: When do they impact employee behavior?, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol 24, issue 2: --.

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Given today’s economic stresses, employee pensions are under close scrutiny. Many accept the proposition that employers should rethink their current defined-benefit pension schemes given that funding them will be a daunting task in many cases. Simply put, pension reform is necessary if both private and public sector organizations are to sustain themselves and continue to make payments to retirees. The long-term consequences of under-funded defined pensions make this an important issue and have firms scrambling to consider alternatives (e.g., deferred pension arrangements, eliminating pension plans altogether, etc.).

Esposito, M.; Santora, J., 2010. Research Brief: DO COMPETITIVE CLIMATES REALLY SERVE A PURPOSE IN THE RETAIL WORLD?, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol 24, issue 1: --.

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This research brief identifies and epxlores the issue relative to retail employess and their dilemma in the concept of serving both internal and external customers.

Esposito, M.; Santora, J., 2010. Research Brief: DO COMPETITIVE CLIMATES REALLY SERVE A PURPOSE IN THE RETAIL WORLD?, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol 24, issue 1: --.

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This research brief identifies and epxlores the issue relative to retail employess and their dilemma in the concept of serving both internal and external customers.

Esposito, M.; Santora, J., 2010. Research Brief: The psychology of defined-benefit pensions: When do they impact employee behavior?, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol 24, issue 2: --.

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Given today’s economic stresses, employee pensions are under close scrutiny. Many accept the proposition that employers should rethink their current defined-benefit pension schemes given that funding them will be a daunting task in many cases. Simply put, pension reform is necessary if both private and public sector organizations are to sustain themselves and continue to make payments to retirees. The long-term consequences of under-funded defined pensions make this an important issue and have firms scrambling to consider alternatives (e.g., deferred pension arrangements, eliminating pension plans altogether, etc.).

Esposito, M., 2010. Quando la supply chain si reinventa da sola, Harvard Business Review, 10/2010: 26.

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This short commentary discusses how, inspired by the article of Lee from Stanford, supply chain needs to move to a much more localized logistics to inspire a true bottom up approach towards a much more sustainable operational chain

Duymedjian, Raffi; Rüling, Charles-Clemens, 2010. Towards a foundation of bricolage in organization and management theory, Organization Studies, Vol. 31, n° 2: 133-151.

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This article provides a conceptual underpinning for the study of bricolage in organizations. Based on a review of Claude Lévi-Strauss's original writing, we propose that bricolage involves an ideal-typical configuration of acting (practice), knowing (epistemology) and an underlying world view (metaphysics) and develop the opposed ideal-types of the bricoleur and the engineer. We then explore and propose to distinguish two forms of collective bricolage - familiar and convention-based - depending on the type of interaction and the nature of the conventions employed. Finally, we highlight the tension between ideal-typical bricolage and general organizational norms and standards, and discuss both the bricoleur's legitimacy and how a bricolage-based arrangement might be embedded into an organizational context.
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This article provides a conceptual underpinning for the study of bricolage in organizations. Based on a review of Claude Lévi-Strauss’s original writing, we propose that bricolage involves an ideal-typical configuration of acting (practice), knowing (epistemology) and an underlying world view (metaphysics) and develop the opposed ideal-types of the bricoleur and the engineer. We then explore and propose to distinguish two forms of collective bricolage—familiar and convention-based—depending on the type of interaction and the nature of the conventions employed. Finally, we highlight the tension between ideal-typical bricolage and general organizational norms and standards, and discuss both the bricoleur’s legitimacy and how a bricolage-based arrangement might be embedded into an organizational context.

Ditter J.-G.; Bobulescu R., 2010. Les systèmes productifs locaux dans les industries du bois: trois études de cas, Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 2: 269-293.

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The French wood and timber industries are increasingly subject to international competition. Businesses and regions have developed thinking and actions aiming to improve their competitiveness and support the survival of local fabrics of small and medium enterprises. On the basis of an exploratory study and analysis of three cluster-like experiments in the field of wood construction industry, this article identifies sources of externality that could explain the success and limitations of these approaches.
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The aim of this article is to develop a better understanding of the institutional and organizational roots of Corporate Social Responsibility. In the first step, we seek to understand the origins of the widespread call for Corporate Social Responsibility. We distinguish an institutional call which came from a lack of regulation of the old Fordist system and, more broadly, a societal call, caused by the fast growing issue of negative external effect. In the second step, we try to understand why firms embrace the logic of a broader social responsibility and we describe the conditions for an effective management of negative external effect. Finally, we focus on the limits of Corporate Social Responsibility and negative external effect management.

Daudigeos & Valiorgue, 2010. Les liens incertains entre RSE et création de valeur marchande, Revue Française de Gestion, 203(4): 25-39.

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The implementation of new social and environmental practices is often thought as a business opportunity for companies to improve their competitive advantage. The aim of this paper is to question the taken-for-granted economic value creation associated with corporate social responsibility while probing the conditions of the emergence of a shared value between business and society. We build upon external effects theory to evaluate strategic options a company may choose to manage its negative external effects in such a way that it creates social and economic value.

Bevan, David & Werhane, Patricia, 2010. Stakeholder theorising and the corporate centric world, Management & Avenir, 33: inconnu.

Barrand, Jérôme ; Deglaine, Jocelyne ; Ferrante, Guillaume, 2010. Etude exploratoire de l'utilisation de l'Intelligence Collective dans six entreprises internationales, Gestion 2000, 5: pp. 173-189.

Barrand, Jérôme ; Deglaine, Jocelyne ; Ferrante, Guillaume, 2010. Etude exploratoire de l'utilisation de l'Intelligence Collective dans six entreprises internationales, Gestion 2000, 5: pp. 173-189.

Yors TRABELSI & Michel LE BERRE, 2009. L'impact des rémunérations perçues sur l'engagement organisationnel tridimensionnel des , Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines., 73: 37-53.

Taran Patel and Anja Schaefer, 2009. Making Sense of Diversity of Ethical Strategies in Businesses: A Focus on the Indian Context, Journal of Business Ethics (The), 90(2): 157-170.

Steiler,D and Paty,B., 2009. Developing a French version of the Occupational Stress Indicator, European Review of Applied Psychology, 59: 113-122.

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This research presents the validation of a French version of the Cooper, Sloan andWilliams’ Occupational Stress Indicator – OSI – (1988), which consists of seven specific scales: Sources of Pressure, TypeA Behaviour, Locus of Control, Coping Strategies, Mental Health, Physical Health and Job Satisfaction. After a translation and back-translation procedure, committee evaluation and a pilot trial on 20 managers, 290 volunteer managers provided data to test its psychometric qualities. Confronted with the difficulty of reproducing and validating the original factorial structure and the weakness of some subscales reliability results, a complementary procedure, including exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis, was used to further improve the psychometric qualities of the French OSI. Even though the main seven-factor structure was maintained, little similarity existed between the published 25-subscale score keys of the original version and the more parsimonious 12-subscale structure, which the present study brought to light.

Sanséau P.-Y, 2009. Expérimentation et vécu de l'ARTT - Une typologie comportementale, Revue Française de Gestion, 35-192: 59-72.

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In this paper we present, based on a longitudinal approach, a depth analysis of the experimentation of reduced and flexible working time multiple forms, in a telecommunications company in France. Using a behavioural typology of the experiment of reduced and flexible working time, we determine five individual profiles. The results of research underline the changes which take place in the HRM, based on more personalized and individualized behaviors.

PLANTENGA, J., FIGUEIREDO, H., REMERY. C. and SMITH, M., 2009. Towards a European Union Gender Equality Index, Journal of European Social Policy, 19/1: 19-33.

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In order to monitor progress with respect to gender equality in European Union member states, indices are extremely useful. Existing indices are, however, not appropriate because they do not focus exclusively on gender (in)equality and have not been created to be used at the European level. Therefore a European Union Gender Equality Index is presented in this article. Based on the universal caregiver model as outlined by Fraser (1997), the index is composed of four dimensions: equal sharing of paid work, money, decision-making power and time. With regard to the applied methodology, the index is constructed in such a way that the value indicates the actual distance from a situation of full equality. The empirical results show that full equality is still a long way off. Finland, Sweden and Denmark display the highest overall performance, whereas the southern countries - Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Spain and Italy - perform rather poorly.

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.

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In this paper, we show that there is many similarities between the economics of Paul Davidson and the view expressed by the monetary circuit. This is not surprising because they both trace their roots to Keynes. While circuitists emphasize banks and uncertainty, Davidson places the focus on uncertainty, contracts and money. We seek to show that both approaches are complementarity on many levels and offer in fact simply different pieces of the same overall Post keynesian puzzles. In the end, they both find their inspiration in Keynes, which is still relevant today, as exemplified in Davidson's new book, John Maynard Keynes.

Marti I., Coulombe C., 2009. When they do it : institutional entrepreneurship in two Québécois organizations, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 10(4): 267-277.

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This article analyses from an institutional perspective efforts by two entrepreneurs in governmental organizations to promote new practices and programmes and the nature of the challenges they encounter as they deviate from, and attempt to disrupt, institutionalized practices. These two case studies are used to gain knowledge on why and how individuals become institutional entrepreneurs. The article provides insights into the processes an institutional entrepreneur goes through in an institution that does not provide support. The authors finally suggest potential avenues for cross-fertilization between the corporate entrepreneurship and institutional entrepreneurship literatures
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This paper attempts to redress the balance in research on expatriation by exploring the experiences of an under-researched group of expatriates in an under-researched destination. Although there has been an increase in research on the adjustment of expatriates, the focus of IHRM research has, to date, tended to view the expatriation process through a narrow lens, emphasising the role of managers from affluent 'Western' countries working in less affluent countries. The growing numbers of multinationals and therefore expatriates from other countries means that the research agenda must be broadened, in this case to the experience of Poles in the UK. By focusing on expatriates from a former socialist economy we highlight the differing motives and experience of adjustment that they face. We show how the economic and social benefits of this East-West transfer can be a powerful motivating factor and may override adjustment difficulties. Furthermore the analysis of East to West European expatriate transfers, from less to more developed nations, contributes to and widens the range of parent and host countries studied within the realm of expatriate adjustment.

David A Ralston, Carolyn P Egri, María Teresa de la Garza Carranza, Prem Ramburuth, Jane Terpstra-Tong, Andre A Pekerti, Ilya Girson, Harald Herrig, Marina Dabic, Moureen Tang, Paulina Wan, Philip Hallinger, Ian Palmer, Detelin S Elenkov, Olivier Furrer, Vojko V Potocan, Florian V Wangenheim, Isabel, 2009. Ethical preferences for influencing superiors: A 41-society study, Journal of International Business Studies, 40: 1022-1045.

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With a 41-society sample of 9990 managers and professionals, we used hierarchical linear modeling to investigate the impact of both macro-level and micro-level predictors on subordinate influence ethics. While we found that both macro-level and micro-level predictors contributed to the model definition, we also found global agreement for a subordinate influence ethics hierarchy. Thus our findings provide evidence that developing a global model of subordinate ethics is possible, and should be based upon multiple criteria and multilevel variables.

Daudigeos & Valiorgue, 2009. Les insaisissables experts du développement durable, Expansion Management Review (L'), Les experts du développement d: 28-37.

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.

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This paper highlights how problems of recruitment and retention in front-line services create a particular challenge to traditional HRM models and solutions. The case of private day nurseries makes an interesting example of the challenges facing managers in the services sector as the combination of a feminised workforce, a price-sensitive service, public-private competition and state regulation create particular difficulties. We report on a study of 33 day nurseries involving interviews with managers and employees over an eight-month period. Our findings show that private childcare providers have to cope with recruitment and retention problems associated with high-end interactive service provision compounded by gender segregation and small business characteristics. Our analysis of employer and employee perspectives highlight the problems of employee disillusionment/ unsuitability, low pay, poor career prospects and difficulties of balancing work and family life.

Bevan, David & Gitsham, Matthew, 2009. Context, complexity and connectedness: dimensions of globalization revealed, Corporate Governance Journal, 9/4: 435-447.

Alessandro Cavelzani, 2009. Privacy dell’Analista e Presenza a se stesso del Sistema, Ricerca Psicoanalitica, vol 2: 253-268.

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The Author aims to discuss the Steven Cooper’s ideas of reverie and privacy connecting them with the contemporary theories of complex dynamic living systems and the self-consciousness. At this regard, reverie and privacy can be thought emerging properties of the analyst as complex system. Further, clinical exemplifications are presented to show the connection between analyst’s privacy and self-consciousness.

Taran Patel and Chirag Patel, 2008. Learning Cultures for Sustained Innovation Success, Innovation : The European Journal of Social Science Research, 21(3): 233-251.

Saha, O'Donnell, Patel & Heneghan., 2008. Impact of Individual Values and Beliefs on Employment Decisions: A Comparative Study of Employment Equity in Canada, France and Ireland, Equal Opportunities International, 27(7): 629-645.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2008. Popularising the 'new international political economy': the ATTAC movement, Policy Features in Education, Volume 6, Number 2: 176-186..

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Nigel F; B; Allington and John S. L. McCombie, 2008. Productivity Growth and Unemployment Under Mrs. Thatcher reconsidered, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policy, Volume 5 Number 3: pp.13.

Mark Smith, Brendan Burchell, Colette Fagan and Catherine O’Brien, 2008. Job Quality in Europe, Industrial Relations Journal, 39(6): 586-603.

LETABLIER, M-T., PERRAUDIN, C., ANXO, D., FAGAN, C. et SMITH, M,, 2008. La prise en compte de la vie familiale des salariés par les enterprises: une comparaison européenne , Recherches et Prévisions, 92: 1.

Ebner Alexander, 2008. Governance and Collective Action: A Review of the Issues, European Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 25: 64-86.

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This article, by analysing student feedback, aims to examine to what extent plastic arts contribute to the pedagogical context of a business school. Our research focuses on the way artistic activity or ‘works of art’ convey or support the mechanisms that underpin managerial development and skill-building.

CHANARON, J.J., LAMBERT, J., KLIEB, L., 2008. When Markets are Unfamiliar: Comparing the Market for Presentation Technology in the French and U.S. Legal Systems, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), Vol. 15, n°2: 5-21.

ANSART, SANSEAU, 2008. La validation des acquis de l’expérience dans l’enseignement supérieur français,, Carriérologie, Vol 11, n°3-4: 589-606.

Ansart, S., Sanséau, P.-Y., 2008. La validation des acquis de l’expérience dans l’enseignement supérieur français, principes et enjeux d’une démarche axée sur les compétences, Carriérologie, Vol. 11, N°3-4: 589-606.

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Alexander Ebner, 2008. Developmental State in Globalisation, ASEAN Economic Bulletin, Vol. 26: 32-48.

Alexander Ebner, 2008. Debating European Governance, International Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 3: 62-79.

Zhang, Y., Straub, C., Kusyk, S, 2007. Making a life or making a living: Does country and gender make a difference? , Cross Cultural Management : An International Journal, 14, (3): 174-195.

Taran Patel, 2007. Using Cultural Theory to Explain the Viability of International Strategic Alliances: A focus on Indo-French Alliances’ Management Decisions, , Management Decision, 45(10): 1532-1559.

Steiler,D., 2007. Etudiants en école supérieure de management: types de personnalité et orientation professionnelle, Carriérologie, 1 et 2: 299-318.

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This study presents an analysis of graduate business school students’ Myers-Briggs psychological types. Its objectives was: to test the hypothesis that business students are principally extraverts, to present preferred jobs from specific psychological types, to measure the correlation between students psychological types and work specialisation, and finally to present the most general learning styles and teaching styles for a specific psychological type.

Steiler,D & Duymedjian, R, 2007. La rationalité occidentale à l’épreuve de l’intelligence pratique du coach , Revue Humanisme et Entreprise, 282: 81-98.

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By presenting coaching activities, this article aims to challenge what could be encompassed by the universal notion of an “occidental” style of coaching. After telling a true story, it will begin by defining the main factors that differentiate this type of coaching from more traditional approaches. A brief digression into what Levi Strauss would call concrete science, involving similar practices, will then enable us to give a more general understanding of this approach. Given that other cultures in Africa, Asia, or the Far East seem to integrate this sense of practical intelligence in their social functions, we will question the merit of transferring such practices to a fundamentally different culture. Indeed, the purpose of this paper is by no means to define or justify a new model, but is rather an attempt to open up new horizons in terms of research and development in managerial practices.

SCHWEIZER L., PATZELT H., ZU KNYPHAUSEN-AUFSESS D., 2007. Mergers and acquisitions of German biotechnology startups, International Journal of Biotechnology, Vol9;N°1: 1-19.

Sanséau, P.-Y., Matmati, M., 2007. Comment gérer les compétences dans les situations de fusions-acquisitions ? Une étude de cas dans le domaine de l’audit financier et fiscal, Management & Avenir, 13: 43-57.

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The aim of this research is to better understand the role of management of competences, as a HRM approach, in the processes of mergers and acquisitions. The study of a merger in the sector of financial and tax audit underlines many stakes related to the management of competences in a context of merger and points out how management of competences in a merger can be an element of success and of further development for companies.

Roxana Bobulescu et Céline Soulas, 2007. Biotechnologies and innovating strategies in the pharmaceutical industry, Journal of Pharmaceutical Finance, Economics and Policy, Volume 16, Number 2: 43-60..

Roxana Bobulescu, 2007. Parametric External Economies and the Cambridge Controversy on Returns, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol. 14:2: 349-72.

MONVOISIN, V. & ROCHON, L.-P., 2007. Economic Power and the Real World , International Journal of Political Economy, 35.4: 5-30.

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The analysis of power has a long history in the annals of the social sciences. It is central to the understanding of human interactions, and the evolution of social conditions and institutions. In most disciplines, it holds a central place in the discourse and is ingrained in the development of ideas. As in other disciplines, the notion of power of course is central to economics – or rather it should be. Strangely enough, there is an uncomfortable divorce between the concept of power, on the one hand, and the study of economics, on the other. Indeed, most – if not all – disciplines in the social sciences account for the exercise of power over the most fundamental of human conditions. In economics, however, very little is said about it, and even less on how it can be woven into an overall theory of capitalist markets. This criticism applies principally to neoclassical theory, although it can certainly apply as well to many heterodox approaches.

Mohammed Matmati, Pierre-Yves sanseau, 2007. COMMENT GERER LES COMPETENCES DANS LES SITUATIONS DE FUSIONS-ACQUISITIONS ? UNE ETUDE DE CAS DANS LE DOMAINE DE L’AUDIT FINANCIER ET FISCAL, Management & Avenir, 4: 16.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L.: Michelet, I., 2007. Become a Learning Organization or Die (3) , The International Journal of the Academy of Executives & Administrators, Volume 1, Number 9, ISSN-1478: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L.: Michelet, I., 2007. E-learning is Learning (3)”, International Journal of the Institute of Management Specialist, Volume 7, number 1 ISSN-0307-3: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L., 2007. Cyber helpers: Top of the web for Prasena management (3)”, The International Journal of Professional Business & Technical Management, Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN-1478: -.

Comtet I, 2007. De l'usage des TIC en entreprise analyses croisées entre Sciences de l'information et Sciences de gestion, Communication et Organisation, ...: ....

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We want to explore ICT’s implementation in terms of social, sociological and communicational dimensions. Here, the real issue is the development of new ways of working related with ICT’s appropriation. This should be understood like a social building. This perspective is considered by both Management Sciences (in terms of Human Resources Management) and Information and Communication Sciences. Both points of view have to be analysed not only in a complementary way but also in a comprehensive view in order to get an accurate and rigorous understanding of the social and organisational situation of ICT’s use.

CHANARON, ZIMMERMANN, KLIEB, 2007. A Benchmark for Management Effectiveness, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol 2: 119-138.

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This study presents a tool to gauge managerial effectiveness in the form of a questionnaire that is easy to administer and score. The instrument covers eight distinct areas of organisational climate and culture of management inside a company or department. Benchmark scores were determined by administering sample-surveys to a wide cross-section of individuals from numerous firms in Southeast Louisiana, USA. Scores remained relatively constant over a seven-year timeframe. Techniques for using the benchmark by practitioners are discussed.

CHANARON, J.J., TESKE, J., 2007. The hybrid car: a temporary step, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, Vol. 7, n°4: 268-288.

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The presented paper discusses the diffusion of hybrid electric technology in vehicles. It is put into question whether the current strong acceptance of the technology especially by US consumers is of sustainable nature. Therefore, different variables influencing the diffusion of the technology are presented and their influence on the market analyzed. It is found that non-financial criteria drive consumers’ buying decisions significantly. The article also presents an overview of company strategies in the field of OEMs and suppliers of hybrid electric components. It is found that most companies integrate hybrid electric vehicles in their technology portfolio. It is concluded that even though hybrid electric technology can not yet being applied profitably yet it seems to be a key technology to the industry due to its current positive perception in the US. However, diesel technology and the intelligent use of cost efficient measures to reduce fuel consumption provide sustainable alternatives.

CHANARON, 2007. CHANARON, J.J., (2007), Life Cycle Assessment Practices: Benchmarking Selected European Automobile Manufacturers, International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management, International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management, Vol. 2, n°3: 290-311.

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With the rise of environmental concerns in the general public, re-appropriated by influential politicians, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) has become a widely used set of tools for the management of all impacts on environment by industrial products. LCA is carried out at the very early stages of product research, development and design. This is particularly true in the automobile industry where vehicle manufacturers Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are launching several new or re-vamped models each year. The automobile industry is therefore a very emblematic sector for best practices of LCA. The paper is based on available literature and interviews with top LCA professionals in Germany-based OEMs.

Caroline Straub, 2007. A comparative analysis of the use of work life balance practices in Europe: Do practices enhance female’s career advancement? , Gender in Management: An International Journal, 22, (4) : 289-304.

Bevan, David & Corvellec, Herve, 2007. The impossibility of corporate ethics: for a Levinasian approach to management ethics, Business Ethics : a European Review, 16/3: 208-219.

Alexander Ebner, 2007. Public Policy, Governance and Innovation: Entrepreneurial States in East Asian Economic Development, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, Vol. 3: 103-124.

Taran Patel and Chirag Patel, 2006. Exploring a Joint Model of Conventional and Online Learning Systems, E-Service Journal, 4(2): 27-46.

Taran Patel, 2006. Comparing Current and Conventional Personality Assessment Tools: Playing the Right Music with the Wrong Instrument’ , Global Business Review, 7(2): 195-218.

Steiler.D, 2006. Evaluation du stress professionnel: intérêts et limites des différents outils de recueil, Gestion 2000, 4: pp.293-309.

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Assessing occupational stress is well-documented in the current scientific literature. However, the benefits and limitations of the tools used to assess occupational stress are not always understood in the workplace. Company demands with regard to the usual operational constraints of time and cost--sometimes to the detriment of effectiveness--have led to debate on the assessment methods used. The aim of this paper is to provide a review of the available assessment tools with their advantages and disadvantages. The paper will begin by describing tools such as observation, interviewing, and organizational data-gathering. The use of the questionnaire as a data-gathering tool will require a more thorough analysis. The questionnaire is, in effect, the most frequently used tool. As such, it requires greater mastery in terms of its limitations and the appropriate scope of use if it is to be effective and if optimal return-on-investment is to be ensured.

SCHWEIZER L., 2006. Evolution and dynamics of business models in the German biotechnology industry, International Journal of Biotechnology, Vol 8;N°3/4: 265-284.

SCHWEIZER L., 2006. Convergence: A Challenge for Mobile Telecommunication Operators - The Case of the German T-Mobile, International Journal of Mobile Communications, Vol4;N°2: 143-162.

Sanséau, Pierre-Yves, 2006. Temps de travail, technique et technologie, évolutions autour d’une équation aux enjeux renouvelés , Revue du Management Technologique, volume 14 numéro 3, 2004: 49-72.

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The aim of this paper is to analyze the evolution of working time in connection with technique and technology. If the beginning of industrial times was illustrated by strong links between these three dimensions, it clearly appears that they did not cease to move with unceasingly renewed objectives. At dawn of the 21st century, if working time deals with reduction, flexibility and individuality, it also presents new stakes, close to the concern of technological management, so that we need to focus on.

S. ANSART, JJ CHANARON, R. DUYMEDJIAN, 2006. « Co-production of the car as a « service » : involving customers in the value chain , International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 000: 0000.

S. ANSART R. DUYMEDJIAN, 2006. Using customer-experience for analyzing web practice within the French car industry, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 0000: 000.

Roxana Bobulescu and Céline Soulas, 2006. Innovation and firm size in the pharmaceutical industry, International Journal of Business Environment, Vol. 1, No. 2. : 253-64.

MONVOISIN, V., 2006. Les définitions post-keynésiennes de la monnaie endogène : des divergences à la complémentarité , Economie Appliquée, LIX.4: 167.

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Mark Esposito, Alessandro Cavelzani, 2006. World Heritage and Cultural Landscape, PASOS, Revista del Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, vol 4, number 3: 1-25.

Linder, J.C., Cross, R. & Parker, A., 2006. All Charged Up, Business Strategy Review, 17 (3): 25-29.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L.: Michelet, I., 2006. E-learning is Learning (1)”, International Journal of the Institute of Management Specialist, Volume 5, number 9 ISSN-0307-3: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L.: Michelet, I., 2006. E-learning is Learning (2)”, International Journal of the Institute of Management Specialist, Volume 6, number 9 ISSN-0307-3: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L.: Michelet, I., 2006. Become a Learning Organization or Die (2) , The International Journal of the Academy of Executives & Administrators, Volume 1, Number 9, ISSN-1478: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L.: Michelet, I., 2006. Become a Learning Organization or Die (1) , The International Journal of the Academy of Executives & Administrators, Volume 1, Number 8, ISSN-1478: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L., 2006. Cyber helpers: Top of the web for Prasena management (1)”, The International Journal of Professional Business & Technical Management, Volume 2, Number 9, ISSN-1470-: -.

Esposito, M; Ritzel, L., 2006. Cyber helpers: Top of the web for Prasena management (2)”, The International Journal of Professional Business & Technical Management, Volume 2, Number 10, ISSN-1470: -.

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Landscapes have a range of values that communities recognize as important and want to conserve. Cultural and natural values are the qualities which make a place or landscape important. In particular, we can consider Cultural Landscapes an important and constitutional part of the World Heritage. It is fundamental that stakeholders must know what values are to be found in their cultural landscapes and consequently reinforce the protection and enhancement of the values. The attempt to help the awareness is presented in the paper and discussed as an UNESCO instrument of observation, retention and pro-active conservation of the heritage of our past, as institutional to the formation of continuity in the future years to come and for the future generations.

Cross, R., Laseter, T., Parker, A. & Velasquez, G., 2006. Using Social Network Analysis to Improve Communities of Practice, California Management Review, 49 (1): 32-61.

Comtet I, 2006. Des acteurs dynamisés par le travail collaboratif distant , Revue Française de Gestion, ...: ....

COMTET I, 2006. Les nouveaux modes de travail en groupe, Expansion Management Review (L'), 121: 87-92.

CHANARON, J.J., NISHIMURA, K.G., 2006. Research Issues in Automotive E-Business: An Introduction, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 6/1: 1-5.

CHANARON, J.J., GRANGE, T., (2006), , La Revue du Management Technologique, Vol. 14, n°3, pp. 73-112., 2006. Vers une refondation du management technologique, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), 14/3: 73-112.

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This paper is dealing with an historical approach of the definition and the constitution of the management of technology as a scientific discipline or art allowing a revisited vision more accurate and in line with current problems and questions facing busniesses. Within this perspective, it is suggested to expand the scope of MOT towards the strategic management of innovation and technology.

CHANARON, J.J., GOTZSCH, J., BIRCHALL, D.A., 2006. Product development with a focus on attractive product expression: an analysis of case studies, International Journal of Product Development, 3/3-4: 467-476.

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Creating outstanding products is vital for a company’s endurance in competitive markets. A mix of functionality, ergonomics, aesthetics, symbols and price aspects all play a role in making a product desirable. Some products carry a personal meaning for its user. Others communicate its user’s identity or the company’s brand image. This study concentrates on communicative and meaningful aspects in a product’s design. It examines how the creation of a communicative design occurs during the new product development process. The present research has an exploratory nature. For the field research, the case study method was chosen and a guideline for semi-directed interviews developed. This interview guideline was used to analyse multiple product development projects in two distinct companies. In two projects, specific attention was given to communicative aspects in the product‘s design. These two projects are examined in this paper. In the two selected projects, the product development teams carefully studied the users’ preferences for aesthetics and product messages. A user-centred approach was used in both development processes. The choice to purposely improve the communicative value of the product’s design was on the one hand influenced by the limited possibilities to create other advantages, such as improving the product’s functionality or reducing its cost price. A weakness in the competitor’s design strategy allowed the successful improvement of the product’s communication on the other hand.

CHANARON, J.J., ANSART, S., DUYMEDJIAN, R., , Vol. 6, n°1, pp. 45-, 2006. Co-production of the car as a “service”: Involving customers in the value chain, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 6/1: 45-60.

CHANARON, J.J., 2006. Evaluating E-Learning within Automotive Small-Medium Suppliers, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 6/1: 115-155.

Ansart S., Duymedjian R., 2006. What relationship does the French car industry have with its clients? The customer-experience concept applied to the Web sites of two manufacturers , International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 6-1: 59-79.

Ansart S., Chanaron J.J., Duymedjian R., 2006. Co-production of the car as a “service”, Involving customers in the value chain , International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 6-1: 45-58.

Alexander Ebner, 2006. The Intellectual Foundations of the Social Market Economy: Theory, Policy and Implications for European Integration, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 33: 206-223.

Alexander Ebner, 2006. Schumpeterian Entrepreneurship Revisited, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol. 28: 315-332.

Alexander Ebner, 2006. Institutions, Entrepreneurship and the Rationale of Government, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization  , Vol. 59: 497-515.

Steiler,D, 2005. Une mesure du stress professionnel : fidélité et validité factorielle de la version française de l'occupational Stress Indicator, Stress et Société, 2: 89-122.

Steiler, D, 2005. Lecture d'une pratique de coaching : un détour par la pensée chinoise, Communication et Organisation, 28: pp..

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This article seeks to present a specific type of coaching and different means to analyze it. It begins by relating a real experience and then defines the major elements that differentiate this experience from the more conventional approaches. A detour through the Science of the Concrete and through Chinese thought will help to provide a more general analysis of the approach. The work herein does not seek to define or justify a new model, but rather to open up and share new perspectives in the research and development of practices in coaching.

SCHWEIZER L., 2005. Organizational integration of acquired biotechnology companies in pharmaceutical companies: The need for a hybrid strategy, Academy of Management Journal, Vol48:6: 1051-1074.

SCHWEIZER L., 2005. Concept and evolution of business models, Journal of General Management, Vol31:2: 37-56.

SCHWEIZER L., 2005. Knowledge transfer and R&D in pharmaceutical companies, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, vOL22:4: 315-331.

Sanséau, Pierre-Yves, 2005. Les récits de vie comme stratégie d’accès au réel en sciences de gestion: pertinence, positionnement et perspectives d’analyse, Recherches Qualitatives, 25-2: 33-57.

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Among the methodologies of research used in sciences of management, it seems possible to leave the classical paths and to make choices which are at the same time innovating and very useful in term of results and prospects for action. Coming from history and sociology, the method of the "life stories" makes it possible to answer both scientific requirements of rigour and deepening of knowledge. It is what we present in this article through the experimentation of the method in a process of research relating to reduction of the working time in France (ARTT). We present the principles of the approach, the process of implementation and the various prospects for analysis the data resulting from the collection of the life stories.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2005. La féminisation du leadership, Revue Humanisme et Entreprise, 274: 89-100.

Rüling Charles-Clemens, 2005. Popular Concepts and the Business Management Press, Scandinavian Journal of Management , 21(2): 177-195.

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This article looks at frequency patterns of popular management concepts among scholarly and non-scholarly publication outlets. It analyzes differences in the general frequency patterns and reviews propositions concerning time-lags in the diffusion of management ideas in different media, using publication data for four popular management concepts (Total Quality, Lean, Outsourcing and Re-engineering) over an 18-year period. The analysis reveals differences in the presence and frequency patterns of the concepts studied in different types of publications. The assumption of a general time lag between non-scholarly and scholarly media cannot be sustained. The observed patterns can be related to the working logics of the different type of media as well as to the characteristics of the different concepts studied.

Roche Loïck, Sadowsky John, 2005. Leadership best practice: providing a sense of deeper purpose, Business Leadership Review, xxx: xxx.

Roche L., 2005. L'entreprise culture, Gestion 2000, n° 1: pp. 17-35.

Mark Smith, 2005. Dual earning in Europe: time and occupational equity, Work Employment and Society  , 19(1): 131-139.

Colette Fagan, Jill Rubery, Damian Grimshaw, Mark Smith, Gail Hebson, and Hugo Figueiredo, 2005. Gender mainstreaming in the enlarged European Union – recent developments in the European Employment Strategy and Social Inclusion Process, Industrial Relations Journal, 36(6): 568-591.

Colette Fagan, Irena Grugulis, Mark Smith and Dr Kevin Ward, 2005. Introduction: the WES 2004 Conference selected papers, Work Employment and Society  , 19(4): 677-685.

CHANARON, J.J., McNEIL, S., 2005. 'Trends and drivers of change in the European automotive industry, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 5/2-3: 83-134.

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This paper provides an overview of the European automotive industry and its importance to the European economy. The paper examines the whole automotive system including car and truck/bus manufacture, the up-stream supply matrix and the downstream distribution and retail sector. The authors examine the main, and well-documented, manufacturing, technological and geographical trends in the industry and relate these to the fundamental drivers of competition, costs, legislation and consumer choice. The article is one of a series of two that, together, present a comprehensive picture of the European motor vehicle industry and its strengths and weaknesses compared to those in the other main global automotive producing areas. The articles consider the possible future trajectories and the likely effects on total employment, working conditions and contracts, the geography of production and the EU trade balance on vehicles.

CHANARON, J.J., CENTINDAMAR, D., DEKKERS, R., 2005. Strategic Partnerships Managing Technology in Networks, E-Journal of the International Forum on Technology Management, 2: 1-10.

Alexander Ebner, 2005. Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 32: 256-274.

Steiler,D. & Cooper,C.L., 2004. French Version of the Occupational Stress Indicator (OSI): preliminary assessment of reliability and validity, Stress and Health, 20(4): 231-237.

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This paper offers a preliminary assessment of the psychometric quality of the French version of the OSI. The OSI is a diagnostic tool that assesses seven different aspects of occupational stress by means of one independent variable (sources of pressure), three moderating factors (Type A behavior, locus of control and coping strategies), and three dependent variables (job satisfaction, mental health and physical health). The purpose of the present study is to test the French translation of the OSI and investigate the reliability of all seven scales, as well as the convergent and discriminant validity of six of them, excluding job satisfaction.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2004. Leadership best practice: providing a deeper sense of purpose, Business Leadership Review, Vol2:3: 000.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2004. Stories and Storytelling: an example of leadership best practices in a high-tech environment, Business Leadership Review, Vol1:3: 000.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2004. The Power of Stories: A Discussion of Why Stories are Powerful, International Journal of Information Technology and Management, Vol2:4: 377-388.

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In our research, our consulting practice and our coaching of corporate executives, we have long been interested in identifying common personality types, behaviors, or traits that distinguish effective leaders. Years of study and observation have led us to the conclusion that such universal attributes do not exist. Leaders are short or tall, charismatic or unassuming, introverted or extroverted, calm or animated, authoritarian or consensual in decision making. Thus, we have come to focus increasingly on a relatively small number of characteristics that successful leaders seem to exhibit in almost all cases. In our judgment, one of these characteristics is an ability to define and provide, on an enduring basis, a sense of deeper purpose for their followers.

Roche Loïck, Grange Thierry, 2004. Pour un enseignement de la compétition, Revue Francophone de Gestion, xxx: xxx.

Rhoten, D. & Parker, A., 2004. Risks and Rewards of an Interdisciplinary Research Path, Science, 306 (5704): 2046.

O'SULLIVAN P and PATEL T, 2004. Fragmentation in Transport systems and the case for system integrity, Transport Policy, Nu 11: 10.

Mohammed MATMATI Pierre-Yves SANSEAU, 2004. Fusions: GRH et compétences , Expansion Management Review (L'), 543: 15.

Mohammed MATMATI, 2004. Les effets sociaux des TIC et NFO , Revue du Management Technologique, 1: 20.

Matmati, M, Sanséau, P.-Y, 2004. Les RH, tendon d'Achille des fusions, Expansion Management Review (L'), 115: 90-96.

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The increase of mergers and acquisitions in the sector of the large companies brings us to ask questions on the human aspects dimensions and more directly related to the HRM in such processes. The question of competences and the stakes around the management of competences prove to be an extremely strategic dimension at the time of mergers and acquisitions. In order to deepen the field of knowledge on this dimension of the management of competences, we present in this contribution an analysis of the human resource aspect and "competence" using the specialized literature. Then, we introduce the intermediate results of a case study which we carry out following the merger of two large actors of the computer sector, Hewlett Packard and Compaq This data crossing brings us to draw the first conclusions related to our research question and will have to lead to the development of a future model characterizing the management of competences during mergers and acquisitions.

Jill Rubery, Hugo Figuerido Mark Smith, Damian Grimshaw, and Colette Fagan, 2004. The Ups and Downs of Gender equality policy, Industrial Relations Journal, 35(6): 603-628.

Duymedjian R., Ansart S., 2004. La question des réseaux personnels à l'aune de l'idéal-type de l'entrepreneur-bricoleur, Revue du Management Technologique, n° special: 117-135.

Coste Dorina, Roche Loick, 2004. "La place de l'art plastique dans une école de management", Revue Humanisme et Entreprise, 266: 10-25.

COMTET I, 2004. Managerial action in the implementation of a collective system for controlling information flow in an organization : criteria for failure or success, International Journal of Electronic Business, vol 2, n° 3,: 316-332.

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Their purpose groupware technologies is to improve and facilitate the flow of information and electronic data as well as to encourage the centralization of knowledge and skills from within the organization in a shared virtual space. This experiment described concerns the results of a new workflow system set up in a small accounting firm . We observed managerial practices that were very poorly adapted to the work that under the influence of the ICT, would have become a veritable group activity. The point is that the first step of implementation of a groupware system needs a maturation of the project.
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This paper proposes comments and interpretation of the key lessons learnt during the 11th International Forum on Technology Management (IFTM) held in Tongji University (Shanghai) in November 2003.

CHANARON J.J., 2004. Relationships between the core and the periphery of the automotive system, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 4-2-3: 198-222.

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This paper is focused on the relationships between manufacturers and first-tier suppliers which are considered as forming the "core" of the automotive system, and the other players involved in this system, which constitue its periphery, i.e. the part further up such as part suppliers and subcontractors of equal rank or above the second tier, independent research and design firms, or suppliers of business support services (including financial services); the part further down, in particular distribution, motor trade and repair, recycling and finally the customers.

Alexander Ebner, 2004. Innovation Policies and Locational Competitiveness: Lessons from Singapore, Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, Vol.12: 47-66.

Sanséau, P.-Y., Matmati, M., Commandeur, L., 2003. Un éclairage préliminaire des liens entre fusions, GRH et compétences, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), Volume 13, n°3: 67-78.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2003. La start-up est volonté de puissance-Regard de la philosophie sur l'organisation, Revue Humanisme et Entreprise, avril: 101-108.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2003. Theory of protectionism in retrospect : Mihail Manoilescu (1891-1950?)”, Brazilian Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 23 n°4(92): 114-123.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2003. El proteccionismo general de Mihail Manoilescu, Empressas Politicas, n°3, vol. II: 21-33.

Roche Loïck, Sadowsky John, 2003. The Power of Stories (I): A Discussion of why Stories are Powerful, Information Technology and Management, 2: 377-388.

Raub Steffen, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 2003. Process Moves in the Intra-Organizational Diffusion of Knowledge Management: Preliminary Findings from a Study on CKO Effectiveness, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), 13(2): 75-91.

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The existing literature on Chief Knowledge Officers (CKO) focuses on individual characteristics and organizational context but fails to convincingly address the issue of process dynamics in terms of efefctive and ineffective CKO moves and strategies. In order to address this gap we review propositions from the management fashion, diffusion of innovations and issue selling literatures, and identify sets of effective and ineffective CKO process moves based on an empirical study of CKOs in large industrial and financial service companies in Germany and Switzerland. The paper proposes an agenda for future CKO research and concluded with a set of guideline for organizational practice.

Kahn, W., Cross, R. & Parker, A., 2003. Layers of Diagnosis for Planned Relational Change in Organizations, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 39 (3): 259-280.

Jill Rubery, Damian Grimshaw, Colette Fagan, Hugo Figuerido and Mark Smith, 2003. Gender equality still on the European agenda - but for how long?, Industrial Relations Journal, 35(5): 477-497.

Cross, R., Baker, W, & Parker, A., 2003. What Creates Energy in Organizations?, Sloan Management Review, 44 (4): 51-56.

COMTET I, Kouloumdjian MF, Turbe-suétens N, De Beer A,, 2003. Organisation du travail à distance et culture managériale dans les PME, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), numéro spécial: 152.

Aubert B., Duymedjian R., 2003. Evolution de la pratique de formation des clients, Expansion Management Review (L'), 00: 7.

Alessandro Cavelzani, Valerio Locatelli, 2003. Tour Operator e Turismo Sostenibile, Turistica, vol 12, numb 3: 1-25.

A. Cavelzani, I. Lee, V. Locatelli, G. Monti, M.A. Villamira, 2003. Emotional Intelligence and Tourist Services: The Tour Operator As a Mediator Between Tourists and Residents, The International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration, vol 4, number 4: 1-24.

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Emotional intelligence, a type of social and personal intelligence, is important in managing interpersonal relationships and interactions, especially in the business sphere. Businesses that involve frequent customer contact and interaction, such as those in the field of tourism, can benefit from the application of multiple intelligences. This study examines how, and to what extent, emotional intelligence can benefit the travel and tourism industry. Seven tour operators were interviewed to assess their attitudes, opinions and observations about emotional intelligence and its application to the relationship between tourists and residents of a community. Results showed that all tour operators, to a certain degree, utilized emotional intelligence to offer more personalized travel solutions for tourists. It was found that understanding the cultural values and social etiquette particular to each travel destination was essential for healthy tourist-resident relations.

SCHWEIZER L., ZU KNYYPHAUSEN-AUFSEB D., KRYS C., 2002. Attacker's advantage in a homogeneous market: The case of GSM, International Journal on Media Management, Vol4:4 : 212-224.

SCHWEIZER L., 2002. The key drivers and success factors for M&A strategies in the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industry, Pharmaceuticals Policy and Law, Vol 5: 41-62.

Sanséau, P.-Y., 2002. Le temps de travail: ruptures temporelles, ruptures organisationnelles, ruptures personnelles, Gestion 2000, 3-mai-juin: 227-240.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2002. Réconcilier NTIC et humanisme, Revue Française de Gestion, Vol 28: 138: 65.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2002. La force des histoires et des légendes dans l'édification de la culture des entreprises high-tech, Gestion 2000, Vol 4: 15.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2002. The paradox of Frank Graham (1890-1949), A study in the theory of international trade”, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol. 9: 3: 402-429.

Roche Loïck, Sadowsky John, 2002. Réconcilier NTIC et humanisme , Revue Française de Gestion, 28: 65-73.

Roche Loïck, Sadowsky John, 2002. La force des histoires et des légendes dans l'édification de la culture des entreprises high-tech : Le cas de Nick Heys et d'E-Mail Vision (2), Gestion 2000, 6: 15-31.

Mohammed MATMATI Bernard CHAPELET, Jocelyne DEGLAINE, Serge DIMITRIADIS, 2002. Integrating electronic commerce in SME, European Business Forum, 4'2002: 15 à 20.

Cross, R., Parker, A. & Borgatti, S., 2002. Making Invisible Work Visible: Social Network Analysis and Strategic Collaboration, California Management Review, 44 (2): 25-47.

Cross, R., Nohria, N. & Parker, A, 2002. Six Myths About Informal Networks – and How To Overcome Them, Sloan Management Review, 43 (3): 66-75.

COMTET I, 2002. Capitalisation des connaissances et mutualisation des compétences, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), Vol12, N°3: 19-28.

CHANARON J.J., JOLLY D., SÖDERQUIST K., 2002. Technological Management: A Tentative Research Agenda, International Journal of Technology Management, 23: 618-629.

CHANARON J.J., 2002. SMEs’ Requirements and Needs for E-Learning: a Survey in the European Automotive Industry, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 2-3-4: 319-334.

CHANARON J.J., 2002. Rationale and future of business-to-business in the automotive industry, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, 2-2-3: 130-158.

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SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2001. Contes et légendes des firmes high-tech, Expansion Management Review (L'), N°100: 62-66.

Roche Loïck, Sadowski John, 2001. Contes et légendes des firmes high-tech, Expansion Management Review (L'), 100: 62-66.

Roche Loïck, 2001. Internet 2001, Défis d’hier et à venir – État des lieux , Revue Humanisme et Entreprise, 248: 74-100.

Raub Steffen, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 2001. The Knowledge Management Tussle - Speech Communities and Rhetorical Strategies in the Development of Knowledge Management, Journal of Information Technology, 16: 113-130.

Jill Rubery, Mark Smith, Dominique Anxo and Lenard Flood, 2001. The Future European Labour Supply: the critical role of the family, Feminist Economics, 7(3): 33-69.

Cross, R., Rice, R. & Parker, A, 2001. Information Seeking in Social Context: Structural Influences and Receipt of Information Benefits, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 31 (4): 438-448.

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): 61-82.

Cross R., Borgatti S, Parker A, 2001. Beyond Information : Relational Content of the Advice Network, Social Networks, Vol. 23 (3): 215-235.

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Soderquist K., Duymedjian R., 2000. La gestion des connaissances : points de repères et évolution dans quelques grands groupes français., Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), 10/1: 57-69.

SADOWSKY J., ROCHE L., 2000. La résistance des salariés à la high-tech, Expansion Management Review (L'), N°99: 44-50.

Roche Loïck, Sadowsky John, 2000. La résistance des salariés à la high-tech , Expansion Management Review (L'), 44-50: 99.

Jolly Dominique, Roche Loïck, 2000. La high-tech bichonne ses talents, Expansion Management Review (L'), 97: 72-80.

Duymedjian R., Jolly D., 2000. Quand le management devient technologique. , Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), 2/10: 35-47.

Daniel C., Duymedjian R., Humbert M., 2000. La messagerie électronique dans les entreprises : vers une approche normative , Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), 3/10: 27-33.

Jones, C., Rocks, J., Henderson, D., Brodnicki, M., Herman, P., Adams, S., Rose, J. & Schulz, K., 1999. Tree Seedling Recruitment and Mortality Over Three Years in Damaged Mississippi River Lowland Forests, Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Sciences, Vol. 90: 30.

J.Deglaine, B.Chapelet, 1999. L'impact du commerce électronique sur les emplois et compétences en PME. ; une méthodologie d'étude, Gestion 2000, bimenstriel: p 35 à 55.

Bernard CHAPELET, Jocelyne DEGLAINE, Serge DIMITRIADIS, Sylviane CHABLI, 1999. L'impact du commerce électronique sur les emplois et compétences en PME, Gestion 2000, .: 35-55.

Jill Rubery, Mark Smith and Colette Fagan, 1998. National Working-Time Regimes and Equal Opportunities, Feminist Economics, 4(1): 71-102 .

Henderson, D., Schulz, K.E., Cawly, J., Rose, J., Jones, C., Brodnicki, M. & Rocks, J., 1998. Development and Effect of a Competitive Vine Understory in Flood-damaged Lowland Forests, Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, Vol. 79, Issue 1: 175.

COMTET I, VACHERAND-REVEL J,, 1997. Le travail coopératif en Télérecherche : problématisation et propositions méthodologiques, Annales des Mines, numéro spécial: 43.

Prange Christiane, Probst Gilbert, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 1996. Lernen zu kooperieren - Kooperieren, um zu lernen, Zeitschrift Führung und Organisation, 65(1): 10-16.

Duymedjian R., 1996. De la contingence des normes : Les effets inattendus de l’ISO 9000 dans une , Revue d'Economie Industrielle, 00: 17.

Herrig H., 1994. Cultural Diversity in Education between Languages and Business , Nouveaux Cahiers d’Allemand, XX: XX.

Lesavre, 1992. les critères de qualité d'une offre de produit/service : une étude exploratoire, Cahiers du Management Technologique (Les), 8: 22.

O'SULLIVAN P, 1989. Empirical Testing in Economics and the theory of truth, Ricerche Economiche, Vol 43 Nu 1: 24.

O'SULLIVAN P, 1984. Friedman's methodology Revisited, Explorations in Knowledge, Vol 1 Nu 2: 20.

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There is probably little need to emphasise how topical the whole question of finance and its role in relation to contemporary economic and political events is. Europe is continuing to undergo the most prolonged economic depression since the 1930s and recession predominates over most of the rest of the world, not least the United States where the financial excesses triggered by the US subprime mortgage market has led to an increasingly acerbic stand-off between politicians and the world of finance. The problems are deep rooted and while bail outs and surface changes have had an effect in attempting to alleviate the general malaise, it’s clear that our very conception of finance is under scrutiny, along with its philosophical, ethical and political dimension. The authors of this book place the whole world of finance under the microscope and analyse the underlying assumptions that have led from hubris to the current disgrace while providing pointers as to how a paradigm shift in thinking can help bring about an improved society.
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There is probably little need to emphasise how topical the whole question of finance and its role in relation to contemporary economic and political events is. Europe is continuing to undergo the most prolonged economic depression since the 1930s and recession predominates over most of the rest of the world, not least the United States where the financial excesses triggered by the US subprime mortgage market has led to an increasingly acerbic stand-off between politicians and the world of finance. The problems are deep rooted and while bail outs and surface changes have had an effect in attempting to alleviate the general malaise, it’s clear that our very conception of finance is under scrutiny, along with its philosophical, ethical and political dimension. The authors of this book place the whole world of finance under the microscope and analyse the underlying assumptions that have led from hubris to the current disgrace while providing pointers as to how a paradigm shift in thinking can help bring about an improved society.
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There is probably little need to emphasise how topical the whole question of finance and its role in relation to contemporary economic and political events is. Europe is continuing to undergo the most prolonged economic depression since the 1930s and recession predominates over most of the rest of the world, not least the United States where the financial excesses triggered by the US subprime mortgage market has led to an increasingly acerbic stand-off between politicians and the world of finance. The problems are deep rooted and while bail outs and surface changes have had an effect in attempting to alleviate the general malaise, it’s clear that our very conception of finance is under scrutiny, along with its philosophical, ethical and political dimension. The authors of this book place the whole world of finance under the microscope and analyse the underlying assumptions that have led from hubris to the current disgrace while providing pointers as to how a paradigm shift in thinking can help bring about an improved society.

Patel T., 2014. Cross-Cultural Management A Transactional Approach. : Routledge.

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The internationalization of business via the process of globalization has brought issues of culture to the forefront of management thinking. Although culture is by no means a new area of study in business schools, it remains frustratingly elusive and misunderstood. This textbook gives business students - or future managers - an understanding of the multitude of frameworks available to them to make sense of the cultural contexts they will encounter in their managerial careers. Starting from a general introduction to ‘culture’ and its role in businesses, Taran Patel encourages readers to shed a critical eye on the commonly accepted frameworks. She compels readers to ask three questions: Can I only make sense of the variety of cultures around me by categorizing people into static categories based on their geo-ethnic identities? Is it valid to make sense of people’s behaviours by categorizing them as ‘French’, ‘Indian’, ‘German’ or ‘American’? What other ways are there to make sense of people and their behaviours? Students studying from this textbook will benefit from a variety of conceptual tools that can be used to navigate the world of culture and its intersection with business and management. Taran Patel's unique textbook will be core reading for students of cross-cultural management / intercultural communication and essential reading for all those studying or researching international business and management.

Foster N; Barclay J; Head J., 2013. Global Business. Sheffield: OUP.

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This book is an advanced text with a focus upon emerging economies

Agnes Muir Poulle, 2013. Eloge de l'impertinence constructive dans les relations professionnelles. Grenoble: Presse Universitaire de Grenoble.

MATMATI Mohammed (Dir), 2013. Le basculement du Monde, poids et diversité des pays émergents. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Lesavre, L., 2013. Scènes de management : Petit manuel du théâtre d'entreprise. Grenoble: PUG.

Jérôme Barrand et Jocelyne Deglaine, 2013. Développer l'agilité dans l'entreprise. Paris: esf éditeur.

Nigel FB Allington, 2013. English, Irish and Subversives Among the Dismal Scietists. Michigan: JAI Emerald Press USA.

Allington F.B. Nigel, 2013. Cambridge Essays in Applied Economics, Volume II, Macroeconomics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Allington F.B. Nigel, 2013. Cambridge Essays in Applied Economics, Volume I, Microeconomics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

David Bevan & Glenn Frommer, 2013. Sustainability: a risk management practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Claudio Vitari, Arvind Ashta, Marjolijn Bloemmen, Roxana Bobulescu, Diana Bratu, Michel Lepesant, Isabelle Né, Nhu Tuyên Lê, 2013. Slow Management. Paris: Pearson.

Claudio Vitari, Arvind Ashta, Marjolijn Bloemmen, Roxana Bobulescu, Diana Bratu, Michel Lepesant, Isabelle Né, Nhu Tuyên Lê, 2013. Slow Management. Paris: Pearson.

Huissoud JM, 2013. Les 100 lieux de la géopolitique/Edition espagnole. Madrid: AKAL.

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Roxana Bobulescu et Faruk Ulgen, 2012. Organisation industrielle: dynamique des marchés et stratégies des firmes. Grenoble: De Boeck.

Roxana Bobulescu et Faruk Ulgen, 2012. Organisation industrielle: dynamique des marchés et stratégies des firmes. Grenoble: De Boeck.

O'SULLIVAN P SMITH M ESPOSITO M, 2012. Business Ethics: a critical approach. London: Routledge.

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A collection of advanced readings on ethical and moral questions in all areas of business studies emphasising the critical-normative approach to key issues.

O'SULLIVAN P SMITH M ESPOSITO M, 2012. Business Ethics: a critical approach. London: Routledge.

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A collection of advanced readings on ethical and moral questions in all areas of business studies emphasising the critical-normative approach to key issues.

O'SULLIVAN P SMITH M ESPOSITO M, 2012. Business Ethics: a critical approach. London: Routledge.

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A collection of advanced readings on ethical and moral questions in all areas of business studies emphasising the critical-normative approach to key issues.

Sanséau P.-Y, 2012. Se connaître pour mieux gérer son temps. Grenoble: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

Dijkema C., Gatelier K., Samson I., 2012. Rethinking the foundations of the State, an analysis of post-crisis situations. Bruxelles: Bruylant.

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Consensus is growing that the application of the western model of the Nation-State in post-crisis contexts is problematic. Rather than on methods of State reform or Statebuilding, the focus of this volume is on the model of the State and its transformation. While international and national actors are undoubtedly the major players in State formation, they are not the only actors in this process. Local and regional actors at the sub-State level have received much less attention, but are central players in forming or re-forming governance structures. The authorities that take over when States fait, and ultimately collapse, include the conflicting parties such as military faction leaders ; remnants of the former State administration ; revitalized traditional authorities ; religious courts ; and local businessmen. These actors will continue or begin to exercise authority as " functional equivalents " of State structures, for example in the sectors of security and social services, and at times will aspire to replace the State. Civil conflict fragments State power away from the centre andbenefits private actors such as political, military, religious, social leaders on the basis of sub-national communities. At the regional or international levels the presence of cross-border identities (be it of an ethnic, religious, linguistic or other nature) may represent further competition for the State and can increase interference in State affairs, for example through military interference or diaspora support from outside State borders. The concept of "transformation" is used rather than"reform" to describe the changes a post-crisis State goes through. The 'trans' in transformation implies that the form a State takes cari go beyond the pre-existant State and that this is in many ways is an involuntary process. This volume attempts to rethink the foundation of post-crisis States in four parts and an epilogue. The different authors deal with the rise of "parallel", "alternative" or "

Dijkema C., Gatelier K., Samson I., 2012. Rethinking the foundations of the State, an analysis of post-crisis situations. Bruxelles: Bruylant.

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Consensus is growing that the application of the western model of the Nation-State in post-crisis contexts is problematic. Rather than on methods of State reform or Statebuilding, the focus of this volume is on the model of the State and its transformation. While international and national actors are undoubtedly the major players in State formation, they are not the only actors in this process. Local and regional actors at the sub-State level have received much less attention, but are central players in forming or re-forming governance structures. The authorities that take over when States fait, and ultimately collapse, include the conflicting parties such as military faction leaders ; remnants of the former State administration ; revitalized traditional authorities ; religious courts ; and local businessmen. These actors will continue or begin to exercise authority as " functional equivalents " of State structures, for example in the sectors of security and social services, and at times will aspire to replace the State. Civil conflict fragments State power away from the centre andbenefits private actors such as political, military, religious, social leaders on the basis of sub-national communities. At the regional or international levels the presence of cross-border identities (be it of an ethnic, religious, linguistic or other nature) may represent further competition for the State and can increase interference in State affairs, for example through military interference or diaspora support from outside State borders. The concept of "transformation" is used rather than"reform" to describe the changes a post-crisis State goes through. The 'trans' in transformation implies that the form a State takes cari go beyond the pre-existant State and that this is in many ways is an involuntary process. This volume attempts to rethink the foundation of post-crisis States in four parts and an epilogue. The different authors deal with the rise of "parallel", "alternative" or "

Robbins, S.; Decenzo, D.A.; Coulter, M.; Rüling, C., 2011. Management: L'essentiel des concepts et pratiques. Paris: Pearson.

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In recent years, we have witnessed a veritable explosion in leadership training and in management coaching. Despite these two trends, research on leadership coaching methods and their usefulness remains scarce. As a practitioner of leadership communication coaching for the past ten years, my research interest stems from a desire to explore and evaluate the effectiveness of such coaching endeavours.Thus, the overall goal of this research is to perform a formal study to test, and to generate hypotheses about, a coaching system I had been using for several years before the research began. This coaching activity involves teaching leaders to communicate and inspire others.To achieve this goal, a comprehensive review of the literature was conducted, in order to demonstrate the theoretical basis that underlies the coaching methods

Huissoud JP, 2011. les 100 lieux de la géopolitique. Paris: PUF.

Huissoud JM, 2011. Les 100 mots de la géopolitique. Paris: PUF.

Huissoud JM, 2011. Les 100 lieux de la géopolitique/Edition japonaise. Tokyo: Hakusuisha.

Esposito, M.; Williams L.; Biscaccianti, A., 2011. The M3C- Model of Cooperative Contextual Change. Oklahoma: Tate Publishing Enterprises.

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This book considers how a company can successfully alter its strategic policies and organizational methods in response to or anticipation of environmental changes without provoking instability or increasing the undue stress experienced by people. The Model of Cooperative Contextual Change (M3C) posits that to increase the effectiveness of the change process, it is necessary to introduce dynamic stability into the system.

O'SULLIVAN, Patrick, 2011. Economic Methodology and Freedom to Choose. London: Routledge.

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This is a reissue of a cassic text fiirst published in 1987. It takes a critical look at the presuppositions of the methodologies widely used in Economics andin the light of the freedom to choose which is central to the whole Weltanschauung of Economic science it argues that to do justice to this freedom it is essential that Economics adopts a subjectivist-interpretive approach with treleological as opposed to efficient causal explabations of human action. This approach is in line with that of Weber and Schutz for the social sciences in general and is in particular epitomised in the methodological reflections and practice of the Austrian school of Economics
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John Sadowsky, 2011. Email,social marketing and the art of the storytelling. Chambéry: Altal.

Esposito, M et al., 2010. Sustaining the (dis)integrated systems: Which future for mankind?. Munich: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Steiler D., Sadowsky J., Roche L., 2010. Le Slow Management, Eloge du Bien-Etre au travail. Grenoble: PUG.

Steiler D., Sadowsky J., Roche L., 2010. Le Slow Management, Eloge du Bien-Etre au travail. Grenoble: PUG.

Steiler D., Sadowsky J., Roche L., 2010. Le Slow Management, Eloge du Bien-Etre au travail. Grenoble: PUG.

CHANARON, J.J., BOIREAU, C., 2010. L’évolution des relations entre les constructeurs automobiles et leurs fournisseurs d’équipements et composants face à la crise automobile mondiales et aux changements technologiques. Lyon: LUTB.

Huissoud JM, 2010. Les 100 mots de la géopolitique. Paris: PUF.

Huissoud JM, 2010. Les 100 lieux de la géopolitique. Paris: PUF.

Steiler,D., 2010. Prévenir le stress au travail: de la mesure à l'intervention. Paris: Retz.

Cavelzani, A, Esposito, M., 2010. Emotional Intelligence & Hospitality. Oklahoma: Tate Publishing Enterprises.

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Why Emotional Hospitality? Through a blend of emotional intelligent traits and the application of the EQ principles to constructed environment encountered in hospitality venues, this book wants to become an innovative and handful creation of references on how interiors, colors, and lights, develop an impact on the emotional state of guests. Through an iterative carrousel of original photographs, this book walks you through the fascination of the special journey, which rejoins emotions through environments. The authors believe that Hospitality is emotional per se', thus the thesis founds itself on the concepts of emotions derived by the environmental atmospherics and by the stewardship of service as human relation with the guests.

Cavelzani, A, Esposito, M., 2010. Emotional Intelligence & Hospitality. Oklahoma: Tate Publishing Enterprises.

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Why Emotional Intelligence? Truly good hospitality must inspire pleasant feelings in visitors and be the source of happy memories, such as the serenity of resting peacefully in an agritourism resort in the middle of the country, the fairy-tale enchantment of a suite in an ancient castle with frescos on the walls, the unique experience of staying in a luxury hotel, the unusually stimulating excitement of a specially designed hotel or of a bedroom with beds shaped like cages or coffins or the beneficial and regenerative effects of a holiday in a spa (thermal baths resort). Every environment available to guests differs from the others (colours, lighting, materials, interior design, shape and design of objects etc). Therefore different environments stimulate different emotions and feelings in visitors. On the other hand, the individuality of a guest determines whether he/she finds a particular environment attractive and pleasant: everybody has different needs, reasons, and expectations at different times of their lives. Being aware of the features of an environment, why it is attractive and what customers are looking for in a particular tourist resort can make a big difference to people working in the sector of tourism and especially in that of hospitality. The Environmental Psychology presented in the book can be useful and seems to be innovative and useful for the creation of a good match between the environment and what customers are looking for. Other than a particularly attractive environment, offering excellent hospitality also means offering high-quality service, which can satisfy the needs and requirements of customers and, at the same time, understand what they want before they ask, thus amazing them and allowing them to have a pleasantly unique and memorable time. With regard to this, the psychological theories of Emotional Intelligence presented in this book can help improve the relationship with guests. The book is divided into three sections: I

Esposito, M. et al., 2010. Sustainable Future of Mankind III. Maribor: Boriz Editions.

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This e-book is trying to draw the awareness of mankind, its commitment and responsibility towards the changing environment, human society, the planet Earth and the Nature. Looking at the responsibility for the effect of the changes that have been made by humankind and made our future generation pay the highest premium, the present world needs to embrace one of the most profound reflections of all times, on our existence on earth.

Steiler,D, Sadowsky,J., Roche, L., 2010. Eloge du bien-être au travail. Grenoble: PUG.

Steiler,D, Sadowsky,J., Roche, L., 2010. Eloge du bien-être au travail. Grenoble: PUG.

D. Steiler, J. Sadowsky, L. Roche, 2010. Eloge du bien-être au travail. Grenoble: PUG.

Sadowsky J.; Roche L., 2010. Les 7 règles du Storytelling : inspirer et transformer vos équipes par un leadership performant . Paris: Pearson.

Sadowsky J.; Roche L., 2010. Les 7 règles du Storytelling : inspirer et transformer vos équipes par un leadership performant . Paris: Pearson.

Ansart, S., Sanséau, P.-Y., Lefort, P., 2010. La VAE - Un outil de développement des compétences. Paris: DUNOD.

ANSART S., PY SANSEAU & P. LEFORT, 2010. La VAE - Un outil de développement des compétences. Paris: Dunod.

Esposito, M., 2009. Strategies in Sustainable Travel and Tourism. Maribor: IRDO - Institute Dev. of Social Responsibility.

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The focal points of this text are to divulge and create consciousness and responsible traveling policies within the readers and the students who will be exposed to its contents. Sustainability, both as a macro than as a micro issue, has become of the most contemporary approaches to a better understanding of how we can produce conversation and profitability for the projects that we carry out. Particular attention can be dedicated to this concept, if we determine the importance of this latter matter with the importance of Tourism in the life of the developing countries.

Steiler, D., 2009. Assessing occupational stress: transcultural validation of an occupational stress tool for use in France. Saarbrücken - Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Rennard, J.P.; Humbert, M.; Duymedjian R., 2009. Simulation, modélisation et décision. Paris: Vuibert.

CHANARON, 2009. Globalization and Innovation of Automobile Industry. SHANGHAI: Shanghai People's Publishing House.

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This book presents in Chinese the key papers published during the last 10 years dealing with technolohy and innovation management in the automotive industry.
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In assessing the economic, human, and environmental situation of our world today, this report draws worrying conclusions. Poverty remains a major issue, and the gap between the richest and the poorest is widening. Some people still do not possess the basic requirements to live a decent and safe human life. Our footprint increasingly shatters the earth's equilibriums, causing pollution, species extinction, and global warming, and it has adverse effects on extreme weather events. These events necessitate the development of a conscience among the world's corporations and immediate serious action towards improving the situation.

Sadowsky J; Roche L., 2009. Les 7 règles du Storytelling : inspirer et transformer vos équipes par un leadership authentique. Paris: Pearson.

Sadowsky J; Roche L., 2009. Les 7 règles du Storytelling : inspirer et transformer vos équipes par un leadership authentique. Paris: Pearson.

Alexander Ebner, 2008. Embedded Entrepreneurship. London: Routledge.

Marco Villamira, Alessandro Cavelzani, 2008. Ambienti dell'Ospitalita. Florence: Alinea Editrice.

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The book aims to be a textbook for tourism and marketing students to learn about hospitality psychology.

Alexander Ebner, 2008. Innovationsstrategien und Regionalentwicklung. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

Le Berre & Spalanzani, 2007. Regards sur la recherche en gestion: contributions grenobloises. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Taran Patel, 2007. ‘Stereotypes of Intercultural Management’ . Delft: Eburon Publishers, Delft, Holland.

Ecimovic, Esposito et al., 2007. Sustainable Future of Mankind. Korte: Boris Maraz.

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This book focuses on the domains which determine the infrastructural synopsis of human life. From the anthropological approach, which defines mankind and their evolutionary role, to the definition of culture, as essential to the "specific conditioning" of human beings. A short analysis on how the deepest significance of the human presence on earth can lead to substantial different interpretations on what is sustainable and why should we think sustainable. The book also addresses the "Zero-sum society" or Dynamic emergent eco-system whereas a deep analysis of various economic models can lead to sensitive outcome towards the achievement of economic sustainability.

Foster N et al, 2007. Partnership Handbook for self-evaluation Second edition. Sheffield: NEDDC.

Roche L., 2007. L'amour infidèle. Bordeaux: Le Bord de l'Eau.

Delmas J., Leccia F., Roche L., 2007. Le managemenbt à l'école du rugby. Paris: Dunod.

Foster N et al, 2006. Partnership Hanbook for self-evaluation. Sheffield: NEDDC.

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A handbook to enable public sector organisation to evaluate their partnerships.

Roche L., 2006. Cupidon au Travail. Paris: Editions d'Organisation.

Matmati M & Le Berre, 2005. Moderniser la gestion des hommes. Paris: Ed Liaisons.

Sanséau Pierre-Yves, 2005. 35 heures - Ce que les salariés en disent. Paris: Pearson Education Village Mondial.

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In France, almost six years after the 35 hour work week law, let’s take stock. What happened to all this free time? Was it used for leisure activities? Did the family unit, our societies’ foundation, mutate? In the first qualitative study of this breadth on the deployment of reduced and flexible work- time and of its effects on quality of life, Pierre-Yves Sanséau gives 40 France Telecom employees the opportunity to express themselves. Men, women, the young and not-so-young, urban or rural, single, married or divorced, each of them tell a different story.

Mohammed MATMATI, Michel LE BERRE (Coordination de), 2005. Moderniser la gestion des Hommes dans l'entreeprise. Paris: Editions Liaisons.

M.Matmati, M.Kalika, F.Laval, V.Guilloux, 2005. e-RH: réalités managériales. Paris: Vuibert.

Chatelain Y., Roche L., 2005. In Bed with the Web. Paris: Chiron.

ALLINGTON N and O'SULLIVAN P, 2005. Introduction to Economics: a custom text. Harlow: Pearson.

Roche Loïck, 2004. La Volonté. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Roche Loick, 2004. Chacun est libre de réussir sa vie. Paris: Village Mondial.

Cross, R. & Parker, A., 2004. The Hidden Power of Social Networks: Understanding How Work Really Gets Done in Organizations. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Le Berre & Castagnos, 2003. La gestion des hommes dans l'entreprise. Grenoble: PUG.

Didier RETOUR, Christian Defelix, Mohammed MATMATI, 2003. GRH , Innovons. Grenoble: Imprimerie Lienhart.

Cross, R., Parker, A. & Sasson, L., 2003. Networks in the Knowledge Economy. New York: Oxford University Press.

Collectif CERTU, 2002. Nouveaux rythmes de travail et ville de demain. Paroles d'acteurs. Lyon: CERTU.

Rüling Charles-Clemens, 2002. Management Fashion Adoption: Sensmaking and Identity Construction in Individual Managers' Adoption Accounts. Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag.

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This monograph looks at the driving forces behind the adoption of management fashions in organizations. On the basis of a broad literature review and an empirical exploration of individual managers' adoption accounts it shows how managers tie themselves and their careers to popular concepts such as Total Quality Management, Business Process Reengineering or Knowledge Management. Particular emphasis is put on the impact of these concepts and their rhetoric on individual managers' sensemaking activities and the construction oif their professional identities.

Roche Loïck, Chatelain Yannick, 2002. Hackers, Le 5ème pouvoir. Paris: Maxima Laurent du Mesnil.

Roche Loïck, Chatelain Yannick, 2001. Hacking Dictionary. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Roche Loïck, Chatelain Yannick, 2001. Internet 2002 : Le Webmarketing en action. Paris: Maxima Laurent du Mesnil.

CHANARON J.J., ORSELLI J., 2001. Vers la conduite automatisée ? Les systèmes de transports intelli. paris: Paradigme.

Roche Loïck, Chatelain Yannick, 2000. Internet : Comment augmenter le trafic sur son site et gagner de l’argent. Paris: Maxima Laurent du Mesnil.

Roche Loïck, Chatelain Yannick, 2000. Marketing et Cybercriminalité. Paris: Hermès.

A. COPETA/ C. POTIE, 1999. 2027 l'Odyssée de l'entreprise. paris: Qualtique.

Stoïa P. (sous le pseudonyme de), 1999. Qui ne désire pas la mort de son père. Paris: Village Mondial.

Roche Loïck, Grange Thierry, 1999. Innovation et Technologie. Paris: Maxima Laurent du Mesnil.

Roche Loïck, Chatelain Yannick, Grange Thierry, 1999. Travailler en groupe avec les NTIC. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Jill Rubery, Mark Smith and Colette Fagan, 1999. Women’s Employment in Europe: Trends and Prospects. Londres: Routledge.

Roche Loïck, Grange Thierry, 1998. Management et Technologie. Paris: Maxima Laurent du Mesnil.

Jill Rubery, Mark Smith, Colette Fagan and Damian Grimshaw, 1998. Women’s Employment in Europe: Trends and Prospects. Londres: Routledge.

Büchel Bettina, Prange Christiane, Probst Gilbert, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 1998. International Joint Venture Management. Singapore: Wiley & Sons.

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This monograph explores key strategic and operational issues for joint venture success. Based on a multi-year comparative case study of technology joint ventures in the telecommunications industry it addresses processes of strategy making, organization design, organization culture and human resource management as well as the three principal drivers for collaborative success - trust, commitment and collective interpretation and sensemaking.

Roche Loïck, Michalon Dominique, 1997. De la colère du manager au management de la colère. Paris: ESKA.

Roche Loïck, Michalon Dominique, 1997. L’entreprise sans la psychologie. Paris: Maxima Laurent du Mesnil.

Roche Loïck, 1997. L’Antimanagement. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Büchel Bettina, Prange Christiane, Probst Gilbert, Rüling Charles-Clemens, 1997. Joint Venture-Management: Aus Kooperationen lernen. Berne: Haupt.

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This monograph explores key strategic and operational issues for joint venture success. Based on a multi-year comparative case study of technology joint ventures in the telecommunications industry it addresses processes of strategy making, organization design, organization culture and human resource management as well as the three principal drivers for collaborative success - trust, commitment and collective interpretation and sensemaking.

Roche Loïck, 1996. La Comédie du Management. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Le Berre, 1995. Précis de GRH. Grenoble: pug.

Roche Loïck, 1995. Psychanalyse, Sexualité et Management. Paris: L’Harmattan.

J.J. CHANARON, Y. LUNG, 1995. Economie de l'automobile. Paris: La Découverte, Collection Repères.

J.J. CHANARON, E. de BANVILLE, 1991. vers un système automobile européen. Paris: Economica.

J.J. CHANARON, 1991. Innovation technologique et développement économique. Grenoble: DGES.

O'SULLIVAN, P, 1987. Economic methodology and Freedom to choose. London: Allen and Unwin.

J.J. CHANARON, J.P. BARDOU, J. LAUX, P. FRIDENSON, 1982. The Automobile Revolution, The Impact of an Industry. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Chapters in Books

O'SULLIVAN P ALLINGTON N ESPOSITO M, 2014. Introduction: the nadir of 2012, in From Hubris to disgrace; the philosophy politics and economics of Finance in the 21st centuryLondon: Routledge.

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Introductory chapter to a collection of critical essays on ethical political and economic issues facing Finance in the 21st century

O'SULLIVAN P ALLINGTON N ESPOSITO M, 2014. Introduction: the nadir of 2012, in From Hubris to disgrace; the philosophy politics and economics of Finance in the 21st centuryLondon: Routledge.

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Introductory chapter to a collection of critical essays on ethical political and economic issues facing Finance in the 21st century

O Sullivan Patrick, 2014. The all-embracing hijack, in From Hubris to Disgrace: the philosophy politics and economics of Finance in the 21st centuryLondon: Routledge.

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A discussion of the manner in which finance and the associated ruthless pursuit of financial performance (i.e. profit) to the exclision of anything else has done serious damage in a range of quite different areas: venture capital, privatisation and public service, sports.

Islam Gazi, 2014. Social Identity Theory, in The Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology.New York: Springer.

Gazi Islam, 2014. Social Dominance Theory, in The Encyclopedia of Critical PsychologyNew York: Springer.

Al-Arda, L. & Islam, G., 2014. Business Ethics Education in Brazil: Pedagogical Solutions for Combating Corruption in Brazil , in Teaching Anticorruption: Developing a Foundation for Business IntegrityNew York: Business Expert Press.

Thau, S., Pitesa, M., & Pillutla, M.M., 2013. Experiments in organizational behavior, in Laboratory experiments in the social sciences, edited by M. Webster & J. Sell, Forthcoming. Boston, MA: Elsevier.

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The goal of the scientific study of organizational behavior is to solve problems related to joint production marked by division of labor and interdependence. In this chapter, we focus on one key challenge of interdependent work in organizations, i.e., unethical behavior to illustrate how experiments have and can be used to advance the understanding of organizational behavior. The specific example of the study of unethical behavior serves the purpose of highlighting general principles about experimentation in organizational behavior research and pointing out how experiments can generate practical insights for organizations. We also examine why experimental methodology is not only the sole internally valid method but also often the most practical means of conducting research in organizational behavior. In so doing, we argue that the relative underuse of experiments by organizational behavior scholars is unfortunate and unnecessary. We advocate a greater use of experiments in organizational behavior research and propose that a combination of experimental and passive observational methodologies represents the most appropriate approach in most cases.

Suutari, V., Brewster, C. & Tornikoski, C., 2013. The careers of Self-Initiated Expatriates, in Managing Talent of Self-initiated Expatriates: A neglected source of the global talent flow, edited by Vlad Vaiman and Arno Haslberger (eds),, 159. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

MONVOISIN, V., 2013. Global Governance: Analysis and Limits of the International Relation Approach of Market Failures, in Post Keynesian Principles of Economic Policy, Tome 2, edited by GNOS, C. & ROCHON, L.-P. Chelthenham: Edward Elgar.

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This paper attempts to circumscribe the constructions and the limits of the global governance’s concept which is henceforth a recurrent issue in the international institutional discussions. In spite of many definitions, several principles are emerging. While authors deal with international institutional democratization and specialization, their implicit analysis grounded on market failures is counterbalanced by facts and, paradoxically, limits the significance of the argumentation. A clear statement of the underlying concepts and their confrontation to reality weakens the constructions and the arguments of the global governance.

David Bevan & Patricia Werhane, 2013. Robert Solomon’s Contribution to Business Ethics: Emotional Agency, in Passion, Death, and Spirituality: The Philosophy of Robert C. Solomon, edited by Kathleen M. HigginsDordrecht: Springer.

David Bevan, 2013. Ethics and Marketing, in The Grenoble Handbook Business Ethics: a critical approach.Dordrecht: Springer.

David Bevan, 2013. Contemporary continental philosophy: The Other, in Handbook of the Philosophical Foundations of Business Ethics, edited by Christophe LuetgeHeidelberg/New York: Springer.

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This chapter deals with a critical literature review on innovation valuation and suggests a model to integrate all relevant dimensions.

Calamel L, Defélix C. and Pick T., 2013. COOPERATION AND COORDINATION IN FRENCH INNOVATION CLUSTERS: THE CONSTRUCTION OF COLLABORATION, in Studies on Industrial Clusters and Local Development, 140-180. Saarbrücken: LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

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Having received considerable attention from central government and local authorities, French innovation clusters (the so-called ‘pôles de compétitivité’) are beginning to be studied by academic researchers and evaluated by consultants. The core of their activity consists of collaborative projects, which are characterised by specific management and HR practices located at the junction of different cultures and employment statuses. Almost eight years after they were launched, what can we say about the dynamic of these collaborative projects? What is the reality of such collaboration when it involves multiple partnerships bringing together employees from different occupational cultures and HRM systems? The aim of this longitudinal research, which is based on observation of two collaborative R&D projects in one of the most largest clusters in France,is to discuss management and HR issues in such a setting. A literature review highlights the need to open up the ‘black box’ of collaboration within projects and encourages examination of both manager’s coordination efforts and the actors’ motivation to cooperate, as well as the role played by HRM practices. Thus observation of the conduct of the projects over three years reveals that collaboration, far from being a given within these projects, is the product of a process of social construction that might be fostered by better managerial support.

Boutinot A., 2013. Reputation-Building in the French Architecture Field, in Careers in Creative IndustriesCopenhague: Routledge.

Ansart, S. & Monvoisin, V, 2013. Banque et financement coopératif : La question du financement des sociétés de personnes, in L’entreprise coopérative: le management de demain ?Paris: Ellipses.

Lionel Strub, Dominique Steiler, 2013. Investir dans le capital Pleine conscience : l'évidence d'une valeur ajoutée pour les entreprises en termes de bien-être et de performance au travail, in Psychologie positive en environnement professionnel, edited by Charles Martin-Krumm, Cyril Tarquinio, Marie-Josée ShaarBruxelles: De Boeck .

Lionel Strub, Dominique Steiler, 2013. Investir dans le capital Pleine conscience : l'évidence d'une valeur ajoutée pour les entreprises en termes de bien-être et de performance au travail, in Psychologie positive en environnement professionnelBruxelles: De Boeck .

Jean-Marc HUISSOUD, 2013. Emergence et système international, in Basculement économique et géopolitique du monde., edited by Mohammed Matmati, 45-61. Paris: L'Harmattan.

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The coming of BRICS on the international scene, both as a concept and a shift in power, put the 1945-born international system in disarray. But is it? Or are the BRICS a sign of its downfall ?

Ansart, S. & Monvoisin, V, 2013. Banque et financement coopératif : La question du financement des sociétés de personnes, in L’entreprise coopérative: L'entreprise coopérative. L'organisation de demain ?, edited by Joannides V. & S. JaumierParis: Ellipses.

Jean-Marc HUISSOUD, 2013. Cartographie, in Basculement économique et géopolitique du monde, edited by Mohamed Matmati et Claude ChancelParis: l'Harmattan.

CHANARON, J.J., CHAMI MALAEB, R., , Belgrade, pp., 2013. Talent Management Approaches and Global Mobility: Talent as Globetrotter, in Lifestyle in Globalization, edited by JOVANOVIC, M., 161-177. Belgrade: Megatrend University Press.

N. Anand, Grégoire Croidieu, 2013. Niches, genres, and classifications in the creative industries, in Handbook of Creative Industries, -. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

CHANARON, J.J.,, 2013. Innovative lifestyle: Towards the Life of Future - An Exploratory Essay, in Lifestyle in Globalization, edited by JOVANOVIC, M., 71-92. Belgrade: Megatrend University Press.

P. Oberoi and Dr G. Islam, 2013. JUSTICE IN THE WORKPLACE: MEANING, PERCEPTION AND PROMOTION, in Praeger Handbook for Social Justice and PsychologyGrenoble: Praeger.

Pitesa, M., 2013. The psychology of unethical behavior in the finance industry, in From hubris to disgrace: The philosophy, politics and economics of finance in the early 21st century, edited by P. O'Sullivan, Forthcoming. London, England: Routledge.

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The finance industry has been singled out as a case of rampant unethical behavior and corporate greed. Drawing on scientific research on unethical behavior form the disciplines of psychology, behavioral ethics, behavioral economics, and organizational behavior, I discuss three characteristics of the finance industry that might explain the high level of unethical behavior in this domain of work. I review research explaining how the disproportionate representation of power and wealth might affect how people working in finance approach social relationships, with important consequences for their propensity to behave unethically. Next, I review the literature suggesting that competitive and demanding work environments that characterize many domains of finance affect the likelihood of unethical behavior both directly and through their effect on employees’ level of available self-regulatory resources. I also argue that the finance industry is marked by a low saliency of those affected by unethical actions and a low sense of personal agency in unethical behavior, and present work showing these factors that may prompt and license unethical conduct. Finally, I discuss how the understanding of the characteristics of the finance industry that contribute to the high level of unethical behavior in this domain may inform decision makers in regulating and managing unethical behavior in finance.
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Rose, J.L., 2013. The Talloires Declaration: Global Networking and Local Action, in Environmental Leadership: A Reference Handbook, edited by Deborah GallagherThousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Jaumier, Javicoli, 2013. La coopérative et ses engagements : de la responsabilité au militantisme, in L'entreprise coopérative : le management de demain ?, edited by JoannidèsParis: Ellipses.

Mark Smith, A.Haroon Akram-Lodhi and Francesca Bettio, 2013. Do we have a case for gender equality?, in Gender and The European Labour Market, edited by Francesca Bettio, Janneke Plantenga and Mark Smith, 13-35. Academic: Routledge..

Mark Smith and Paola Villa, 2013. Recession and recovery:making gender equality part of the solution, in Gender and The European Labour Market, edited by Francesca Bettio, Janneke Plantenga and Mark Smith, 224-241. Academic: Routledge..

Magnierwatanbe, Benton, Herrig, Aba, 2013. Bringing Virtual Teams and Cross-Cultural Business Education into the Classroom, in Facilitating Learning in the 21st Century: Leading through Technology, Diversity and Authenticity, Advances in Business Education and Training, Vol. 5. Berlin: Springer.

Francesca Bettio, Janneke Plantenga and Mark Smith, 2013. A new vision of gender equality in Europe?, in Gender and The European Labour Market, edited by Francesca Bettio, Janneke Plantenga and Mark Smith, 1-10. London: Routledge..

Calamel L., Mazzilli I., 2013. Orientation industrielle ou technologique, PME ou diversité d'acteurs : quelle influence du contexte sur la GRH des pôles de compétitivité, in La gestion des des RH au service des réseaux d'innovation, edited by Chabault D, Hulin A, Leroy D., Soparnot R., .97-110. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Prof. Nigel F.B. Allington, 2013. The USA and Canada 2013, in The USA and Canada 2013, edited by Neil Higgins, 1-12. London: Routledge.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2012. The Great Depression in Romania: Dirijism versus Corporatism, in The Great Depression in Europe: Economic Thought and Policy in a National Context, edited by Michalis PsalidopoulosAthens: Alpha Bank Historical Archives.

Mohammed Matmati, Michel Le Berre, 2012. Manager la performance des Hommes dans l’entreprise , in Tous DRH, Les meilleures pratiques de 51 professionnels, edited by Jean-Marie Peretti, 255. Paris: EYROLLES.

Lionel Strub, Cyril Tarquinio, 2012. L'approche thématique de la MBCT : un nouvel outil pour comprendre, traiter et prévenir les troubles psychiques, in Manuel de psychothérapies complémentairesParis: Dunod.

Lionel Strub, Cyril Tarquinio, 2012. Le stress ou la psychopathologie de la modernité, in Manuel de psychothérapies complémentairesParis: Dunod.

Mohammed MATMATI, 2012. Audit social, TIC et RSE, in L'encyclopédie de l'audit social et d ela responsabilité sociétalei, edited by Jean-Marie PERETTI, 451. Paris: ems Management et société.

Knijn, T. and Smith, M., 2012. European Union and Member States’ Youth Policies agendas, in Work, family Policies and Transitions to Adulthood in Europe., edited by Knijn, T., 39-76. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Jaumier, S., Joannidès, V & Moulin, F., 2012. Traduire, transmettre, coopérer : Mais qu’est-ce qui intéresse vraiment le monde coopératif ?, in L'étonnant pouvoir des coopératives, edited by Brassard, M-J. & Molina, E., 233-248. Québec: Sommet International des Coopératives.

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Though numerous publications have depicted values and principles driving cooperatives, few have systematically informed us on how actors in the cooperative sector appropriate those. Whence, the following question remains unanswered : what does eventually interest the cooperative sector? By applying Actor-Network Theory (Latour, 2007) to the transmitting of a chartered accountants' firm to its employees, this study reveals that : 1) interesting the cooperative sector is ultimately conditional to the interessement of other actors, mostly employees; 2) cooperatives' actors ascribe an instrumental role to legal statuses whose significance is seen as lesser than cooperative ideals; 3) a drift seems to be operating in the hierarchy of cooperatives' values, members’ benefit being stepwise subordinated to concern for community.

Allington Nigel F.B., 2012. After the financial crisis : The recovery of manufacturing and construction in the USA, in The USA and Canada, edited by Neil Higgins, 160-169. Abingdon: Routledge.

Thibault Daudigeos et Hugues Poissonnier, 2012. La collaboration: une réponse possible aux coûts réels de la compétition généralisée?, in Manifeste pour une éducation à la paix économique, edited by Raffi Duymedjian & Jean-Marc Huissoud, 85-100. Grenoble: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

Sandrine Ansart, Raffi Duymedjian & Hugues Poissonnier, 2012. L'entrepreneur modéré : des pratiques récentes au renouvellement de la théorie, in Après la crise... L'Europe comme espace de compétitivité renouvelée, edited by Claude Martin et Hugues Poissonnier, 127-144. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Sandrine Ansart, Raffi Duymedjian & Hugues Poissonnier, 2012. L'entrepreneur modéré : des pratiques récentes au renouvellement de la théorie, in Après la crise... L'Europe comme espace de compétitivité renouvelée, edited by Claude Martin et Hugues Poissonnier, 127-144. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Jean-Marc HUISSOUD, 2012. La guerre économique est-elle guerre inéluctable ?, in MAnifeste pour une éducation à a paix économique, edited by Jean-Marc Huissoud et Raffi Duymedjian, 49-64. Grenoble: PUG.

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The economic war is a classic of the common wisdom in today speech about management and international relations. Oversimplification, dogma, propaganda or reality ? Closely studying the facts allow for a more controversial conception of world's dynamics.

Islam, G., 2012. Ethical issues of Reification and Recognition in HRM: A Critical Social Theory Perspective, in Business Ethics: Integrating Ethics across the Business World.London: Routledge.

Ansart, S et Monvoisin, V, 2012. La paix dans les organisations : l’exemple des coopératives ou un état des lieux de la violence économique, in Manifeste pour une Education à la paix Economique, edited by Raffi Duymedjian, JM HuissoudGrenoble: PUG.

Ansart, S et Monvoisin, V, 2012. La paix dans les organisations : l’exemple des coopératives ou un état des lieux de la violence économique, in Manifeste pour une Education à la Paix Economique, edited by Raffi Duymedjian, JM HuissoudGrenoble: PUG.

Ansart S. & R. Duymedjian, 2012. L’entrepreneur modéré, figure d’un entrepreneuriat pacifié et pacifiant, in Manifeste pour une Education à la Paix Economique, edited by Duymedjian R. & J.M. HuissoudGrenoble: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

Ansart S. & R. Duymedjian, 2012. L’entrepreneur modéré, figure d’un entrepreneuriat pacifié et pacifiant, in Manifeste pour une Education à la Paix Economique, edited by Duymedjian R. & J.M. HuissoudGrenoble: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

ANSART S, R. DUYMEDJIAN & H. POISSONNIER, 2012. L’entrepreneur bricoleur, ou les pratiques affichées de l’entrepreneur du 21e, in L'entrepreneur du 21e siècle. Reflet des évolutions sociétales, edited by Marie Gomez-Breysse et Annabelle JaouenParis: Dunod.

ANSART S, R. DUYMEDJIAN & H. POISSONNIER, 2012. L’entrepreneur bricoleur, de la clandestinité imposée à la revendication socio-économique affichée, in L'entrepreneur au XXIe siècleParis: DUNOD.

Sanséau P.-Y, 2012. Competency management: between managerial development and ethical questioning, in Business Ethics: A Critical Approach: Integrating Ethics Across the Business World, edited by P. O'Sullivan, M. Esposito and M. Smith, 332-345. London: Routledge.

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Developed since the 1980s, the competency management approach has the power to put back the individual at the core of organizations in a place where he is recognised as a full contributor to the existence and the performance of the company. But while implementing this managerial option, several ethical issues are raised as it appears that various stakeholders tend to reinforce different sources of domination and power in the companies. Putting the emphasis on the development and the recognition of competences can be also a source of strong disillusions for workers and can bring managers to unknown and tied scenarios

Islam, G, 2012. Happiness in Brazil, in Happiness Across Cultures:Views of Happiness and Quality of Life in Non-Western Cultures, 227. Amhearst: Springer.

ANSART S. & V. MONVOISIN, 2012. The Banker, his Economic and Societal Function: History of a Fundamental and Infamous Activity, in Business Ethics: a critical approach, edited by OSULLIVANLondres: Routledge.

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While the banking sector is going through an historical crisis and a long series of financial scandals, mistrust of the bankers’ practices and of the financial sphere raises among the public and the commentators. Resting on the evolution of the banker’s profession broadly, this chapter attempts to enlighten in particular the evolution of the banking practices through centuries. Thus, as the treatment of the risk knows a deep transformation, the banker’s economic and social responsibility knows a similar transformation. By giving up this unique role of estimating risk, he strengthens it in stead of regulating it. Hence, our analysis deals with how the banker’s function is specific and how its denial is an historical and economic break.

ANSART S. & V. MONVOISIN, 2012. The Banker, his Economic and Societal Function: History of a Fundamental and Infamous Activity, in Business Ethics: a critical approach, edited by OSULLIVAN, pp 118-133. Londres: Routledge.

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While the banking sector is going through an historical crisis and a long series of financial scandals, mistrust of the bankers’ practices and of the financial sphere raises among the public and the commentators. Resting on the evolution of the banker’s profession broadly, this chapter attempts to enlighten in particular the evolution of the banking practices through centuries. Thus, as the treatment of the risk knows a deep transformation, the banker’s economic and social responsibility knows a similar transformation. By giving up this unique role of estimating risk, he strengthens it in stead of regulating it. Hence, our analysis deals with how the banker’s function is specific and how its denial is an historical and economic break.

Taran Patel, 2012. A CULTURAL APPRECIATION OF DIVERSITY OF ETHICAL STRATEGIES: Examples from European Businesses, in Business Ethics: A Critical Approach, edited by Patrick O'Sullivan, Mark Smith and Mark Esposito, 191-205. Grenoble: Routledge.

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O'SULLIVAN P, SMITH M et ESPOSITO M, 2012. Ethics as social critique, in Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the business world, 3-21. London: Routledge.

O'SULLIVAN P, SMITH M et ESPOSITO M, 2012. Ethics as social critique, in Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the business world, 3-21. London: Routledge.

O'SULLIVAN P et NOWAK A, 2012. Ethical issues in the policy response to the 2008 financial crisis, in Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the business world, 147-165. London: Routledge.

O'SULLIVAN P et NOWAK A, 2012. Ethical issues in the policy response to the 2008 financial crisis, in Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the business world, 147-165. London: Routledge.

O'SULLIVAN P, 2012. Levels of Critique, in Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the business world, 22-33. LONDON: Routledge.

O'SULLIVAN P, 2012. The Ethical Future, in Business Ethics: a critical approach integrating ethics across the busines world, 349-355. London: Routledge.

Esposito, M; Williams, L., 2012. The impact of Ethics on the issues of Organizational Congruence, in Business Ethics: Integrating Ethics Across the Business WorldLondon: Routledge.

Esposito, M; Williams, L., 2012. The impact of Ethics on the issues of Organizational Congruence, in Business Ethics: Integrating Ethics Across the Business WorldLondon: Routledge.

Esposito, M., 2012. Corporate Social Responsibility and its definitional paralysis, in Business Ethics: Integrating Ethics Across the Business WorldLondon: Routledge.

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France often falls between the gaps in the classification of welfare states and the position of women on the labour market. French women have reached relatively high levels of participation when compared to those in France’s Southern European neighbours while avoiding the high use of part-time work common amongst some of its more northerly neighbours. At the same time France reports a rather small gender gap in the proportion of women and men holding ISCO-1 positions yet a rather large gap among political decision making roles. However, one element France does have in common with neighbours, both North and south, is the low share of women on executive boards, conseil d’administration. This area has received relatively little attention in academic terms but has recently been brought to the political forefront as the Assemblee Nationale has debated the potential for board room quotas along the lines of those adopted in Spain and Norway. In the context of these recent legislative proposals and developments elsewhere in Europe, our chapter uses financial and biographical data from the SBF120 French stock exchange index to analyse both the level of boardroom diversity and the performance of large French companies.
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France often falls between the gaps in the classification of welfare states and the position of women on the labour market. French women have reached relatively high levels of participation when compared to those in France’s Southern European neighbours while avoiding the high use of part-time work common amongst some of its more northerly neighbours. At the same time France reports a rather small gender gap in the proportion of women and men holding ISCO-1 positions yet a rather large gap among political decision making roles. However, one element France does have in common with neighbours, both North and south, is the low share of women on executive boards, conseil d’administration. This area has received relatively little attention in academic terms but has recently been brought to the political forefront as the Assemblee Nationale has debated the potential for board room quotas along the lines of those adopted in Spain and Norway. In the context of these recent legislative proposals and developments elsewhere in Europe, our chapter uses financial and biographical data from the SBF120 French stock exchange index to analyse both the level of boardroom diversity and the performance of large French companies.

Michelle Mielly & Agnès Muir-Poulle, 2012. Savoir construire un dialogue pacifié, in Manifeste pour une Education à la Paix Economique, edited by Huissoud, Raffi Duymedjian, 256-300. Grenoble: PUG.

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Globalization is a reality today, and the economic war is raging: pressure, negotiations, embargoes, exploitation, destruction...our vocabulary is a witness of the seriousness of the situation. And the major and growing preoccupation of companies today is psycho-social risk, demonstrating that the economic war is no longer a metaphor: it's had its victims and its wounded. Struck by this state of things, the authors of this work decided to build a diametrically opposed reflection on what economic peace could look and feel like, the notion of something founded not on violent relations and conflict but on cooperation. This establishes the conditions for the possible emergence of the creation of value engendered by a pacified relationship with oneself and with others.

Barbara Houbre, Cyril Tarquinio, Rebecca Godard, Lionel Strub, 2012. Nouvelles conceptualisations du psychotraumatisme et adaptation, in Psychologie de l'adaptationBruxelles: De Boeck .

Pitesa, M., 2012. Employee surveillance and the modern workplace, in Business ethics: A critical approach: Integrating ethics across the business world, edited by P. O'Sullivan, M. Esposito, & M. Smith, 206–219. London, England: Routledge.

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Employee surveillance is rapidly becoming widespread in the modern workplace. The rise of information technologies is enabling the development of unprecedented methods of surveillance and employees as well as employers are now facing a need for a reassessment of the system of moral relations this phenomenon entails. This chapter provides an overview of the most widespread workplace surveillance methods and tries to identify the stakeholders and analyse the relations between them. Finally, the key findings of this ethical assessment are pointed out and guidelines for a morally responsible approach to workplace surveillance are proposed. The level of the analysis, in terms of the classification presented in Chapter two, is primarily the relation between a single company and its stakeholders. However, many of these concerns relate to fundamental societal principles and as such can only be fully appreciated if one takes into account the rootedness of business in overall societal dynamics.
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reflective leaders and High Performance Organizations suggests a framework for developing and applying an improved approach to organizational leadership and management. In addition to philosophy and conceptual approaches, it presents tested practical tools and direction and delivers case studies of organizations that have applied to the authors' ideas and ralized measurable improvements in the day to day activities of the organization.

CHANARON, 2012. Innovation management: the vision of GEM, in Producing New Knowledge on Innovation Management, edited by Chapelet & Le Berre, 11-15. Grenoble: PUG.

Bevan, David & Wynne, Robert Annop, 2012. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Practice in small and medium sized enterprises: sampling from Hong Kong and Thailand, in Ethics in small and medium sized enterprises, edited by Spence, Laura & Painter-Morland, Mollie, 223-237. Dordrecht: Springer.

Steiler,D., 2012. La mindfulness en entreprise: bien-être et performance, in Psychologie positive et bien-être au travail, edited by Cottraux,J., 133-152. Paris: Masson.

Sanséau, P.Y, 2012. Competencies for the “technological Europe” of tomorrow:, in Knowledge Perspectives of New Product Development: A Comparative Approach, edited by Dimitris G. Assimakopoulos, Elias G. Carayannis and Rafiq Dossani, 123-140. New-York: Springer.

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This chapter aims to further our knowledge of competency management by looking at a new—new in the sense that our field research has enabled us to identify and define it—type of competence: interorganizational competence. The need for a new concept arose from our research into the little-known links between two aspects of competence, collective competence and environmental competence. The idea took form during research conducted for the E.U. Matri project to identify and forecast the competencies of the future in the high-tech industries. The research highlighted how the links between collective and environmental competencies could provide insight into the role of environmental factors in the collective aspect of the competencies of today and tomorrow.

Barrand, Jérôme ; Sanséau, Pierre-Yves ; Ferrante, Guillaume, 2012. The leader-member relationship at the core of innovation development : member perceptions, positions, expectations, in Knowledge Perspectives of NPD : a comparative approach, edited by Assimakopoulos, Dimitris G. ; Carayannis, Elias G. ; Dossani, Rafiq, 141-158. New-York: Springer.

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The aim of the research is to explore the specific issue of managing leader-member exchange in the context of innovation development. Starting out on the basis of topic-centered literature content, we aimed to pinpoint the drivers and challenges involved in the leader-member relationship in innovation-oriented settings at a high-tech firm in the semiconductors industry. The research field is a European microelectronics company (with offices worldwide) ranked among the top five industry leaders. We led a qualitative study employing semi-directive group surveys and the survey was conducted via questionnaire in “Régnier abacus’ format. Team-member opinion suggests that in innovation-oriented contexts, management leadership should demonstrate: management focus on the team-group, management focus on member diversity, management focus on self-leadership, management focus on information flows and federating decision-making, management focus on interpersonal skills and recognition, and management focus on situational organization.

Barrand, Jérôme ; Sanséau, Pierre-Yves ; Ferrante, Guillaume, 2012. The leader-member relationship at the core of innovation development : member perceptions, positions, expectations, in Knowledge Perspectives of NPD : a comparative approach, edited by Assimakopoulos, Dimitris G. ; Carayannis, Elias G. ; Dossani, Rafiq.: Springer.

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The aim of the research is to explore the specific issue of managing leader-member exchange in the context of innovation development. Starting out on the basis of topic-centered literature content, we aimed to pinpoint the drivers and challenges involved in the leader-member relationship in innovation-oriented settings at a high-tech firm in the semiconductors industry. The research field is a European microelectronics company (with offices worldwide) ranked among the top five industry leaders. We led a qualitative study employing semi-directive group surveys and the survey was conducted via questionnaire in “Régnier abacus’ format. Team-member opinion suggests that in innovation-oriented contexts, management leadership should demonstrate: management focus on the team-group, management focus on member diversity, management focus on self-leadership, management focus on information flows and federating decision-making, management focus on interpersonal skills and recognition, and management focus on situational organization.

Allington, N.F.B., 2011. After the Financial Crisis: The recovery of manufacturing and contruction in the USA, in Europa regional surveys of the world : The United States of America and Canada 2012, edited by ed. Higgings, 169-182. Lonfon: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group.

S. Ansart & V. Monvoisin, 2011. L’altération du métier du banquier : vers un abandon de l’accompagnement de l’activité économique, in L'autre finance : Existe-t-il des alternatoves à la banque capitaliste?, edited by Bachet D. & P. Naszalyi, 191-219. Paris: Editions du Croquant.

S. Ansart & V. Monvoisin, 2011. L’altération du métier du banquier : vers un abandon de l’accompagnement de l’activité économique, in L'autre finance : Existe-t-il des alternatives à la banque capitaliste?, edited by Bachet D. & P. Naszalyi, 191 : 219. Paris: Editions du Croquant.

Bevan, David & Werhane, Patricia, 2011. Stakeholder Theory, in Business Ethics and Continental Philosophy, edited by Painter-Morland, M. & Ten Bos, Rene, inconnu. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bevan, David & Ten Bos, Rene, 2011. Sustainability, in Business Ethics and Continental Philosophy, edited by Painter-Morland, M. & Ten Bos, Rene, inconnu. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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David Bevan, Gilbert Lenssen, Nigel Roome, 2011. Corporate Responsibility and the Business Schools’ Response to the Credit Crisis , in Business Schools: Which Contribution to Society?, edited by Sauquet, Alfons; Morsing, Mette (Eds), 223-236. London: Sage.

Ansart Sandrine, Duymedjian Raffi & Poissonnier Hugues, 2011. L'entrepreneur modéré : des pratiques récentes au renouvellement de la théorie, in L'Union Européenne et ses rapports au monde - Perte de statut ou émergence d'un nouveau modèle de croissance , edited by Claude Martin, 241-256. Grenoble: Editions PGV.

Ansart Sandrine, Duymedjian Raffi & Poissonnier Hugues, 2011. L'entrepreneur modéré : des pratiques récentes au renouvellement de la théorie, in L'Union Européenne et ses rapports au monde - Perte de statut ou émergence d'un nouveau modèle de croissance , edited by Claude Martin, 241-256. Grenoble: Editions PGV.

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Laurent Lesavre, 2011. Théâtre et entreprise, état des lieux et approche globale, in Les usages sociaux du théâtre hors ses murs, edited by Jerome Dubois, 65. Paris: L'Harmattan.

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The company and the theatre have links for over 30 years, the chapter focuses on two major aspects, the use of the theater for training manager and use of corporate theatre

Sanséau P.-Y., Ansart S., 2011. Obtaining a degree from the professional experience: issues raised by the French experience of Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning , in European and Latin America-Caribbean Strategic Partnerships: Unleashing the Potential, edited by Ramirez Jacobo and al.Monterrey: Macmillan India Ltd..

Sanséau P.-Y, Ansart S., 2011. Obtaining a degree from the professional experience: issues raised by the French experience of Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning , in Europe and Latin America-Caribbean: Unleashing the Potential, edited by Davila, A., Ramirez, J., Zapata-Cantu, L. and Blasco, M., 24-42. New Delhi: Macmillan.

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Through an action research study conducted in a French higher education establishment, the authors examine a new process for obtaining qualifications, based on the recognition of professional experience: APEL (VAE in French). The core question of the study focuses on the pertinence of the notion of « competences » in accreditation of prior (experiential) learning (AP(E)L). Although APEL approaches in the French higher education system tend to lean toward the notion of « knowledge », it appears that an approach structured by competences and based on specific frames of reference, offers great potential. However, the notion of « competency » in APEL also raises the questions of the contextualization and the transferability of the accreditation of prior experience. Thus, the question of the replication of APEL process in the Mexican context is raised.

Grégoire Croidieu, 2011. An inconvenient truce: cultural domination and contention after the 1855 Médoc wine classification event, in Negotiating Values in the Creative Industries, Fairs, festivals and Competitive Events, 294-320. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Rüling, C., 2011. Field-configuring events: institutionalization and maintenance in an animation film festival , in Negotiating values in the creative industries, edited by Moeran, B.; Strandgaard Pedersen, J.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sandrine Ansart, Raffi Duymedjian, Virginie Monvoisin, 2011. Se contenter de peu et vivre en paix, in Quelle croissance !...?, edited by David Colle, 133-149. Paris: Presse Universitaire de France.

Sandrine Ansart, Raffi Duymedjian, Virginie Monvoisin, 2011. Se contenter de peu et vivre en paix, in Quelle croissance !...?, edited by David Colle, 133-149. Paris: Presse Universitaire de France.

Sandrine Ansart, Raffi Duymedjian, Virginie Monvoisin, 2011. Se contenter de peu et vivre en paix, in Quelle croissance !...?, edited by David Colle, 133-149. Paris: Presse Universitaire de France.

Collectif, 2011. Collaboration dans plusieurs chapitres, in Dictionnaire de Géopolitique et de géoéconomie, edited by Pascal GauchonParis: PUF.

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Thibault Daudigeos et Bertrand Valiorgue, 2011. L’entreprise néolibérale face à la désinstitutionalisation des conflits sociaux; propositions pour une heuristique de la violence et de la souffrance au travail , in Les nouvelles organisations du travail entre souffrance et performance , edited by Pierre Chaudat et Renaud Muller Paris: Harmattan Logiques Sociales.

Jenster,N & Steiler,D., 2011. Turning up the volume’ in inter-personal leadership: motivating and building cohesive global virtual teams during times of economic crisis, in Advances in Global Leadership, edited by William H. Mobley, Ming Li, Ying Wang , 267-297. London: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

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Leaders of global virtual teams (GVTs) during the economic crisis of 2008–2009 faced a leadership challenge very different from leadership of traditional, face-to-face teams during normal economic conditions. Previous research has shown that the effect of leadership tends to become diminished in virtual team situations, due to well-known challenges of virtual working (geographic dispersion, computer-mediated communication, time zone, cultural and language differences); however, little empirical research has been undertaken during crisis periods such as experienced in 2008–2009 to evaluate the effect of leadership on team outcomes during times of crisis. We present findings which shed light on the impact of three sets of leadership behaviour, as described by FIRO theory (Schutz, 1958), that is, inclusion (participation), control (structure) and affection (personal support), on virtual team motivation and cohesiveness spanning the time of the recent global economic recession. Beginning in March 2008 spanning one year to March 2009, 221 team members within 31 operational GVTs located across 22 countries responded to a three-part, online survey relating to perceptions of team leader behaviour, team motivation and cohesiveness. Findings showed significant positive relationships between leaders' perceived expression of inclusion and personal support and motivation and cohesiveness outcomes. In addition, perceived team cohesiveness was positively correlated to perceived team motivation. Results suggest the need for virtual leaders to ‘turn up the volume’ in their initiated inter-personal behaviour, that is, to increase efforts in participation and supportiveness to bridge the considerable gaps between themselves and team members working virtually and to maintain motivation during difficult times. Correspondent to these findings, we surmise that leadership development programs need to be adjusted to include training and feedback mechanisms to support these types of GVTs l

Nigel FB Allington, 2011. The Impact of the Sub-Prime Financial Crisis on the Transition and Central Asian Economies: Causes and Consequences, in An Assessment of the Global Impact of the Financial Crisis, edited by Philip Arestis, Rogério Sobreira, José Luis OreiroLondon: Palgrave Macmillan.

Roxana Bobulescu, 2010. La décroissance est-elle une autre croissance?, in Quelle croissance?, edited by David ColeParis: PUF.

Raffi Duymedjian, 2010. Métaphore, concept ou … ?: essai de construction de l'idéal-type du bricoleur, in Des mondes bricolés, arts et sciences à l'épreuve de la notion de bricolage, edited by Françoise Odin, Christian Thuderoz Lausanne: Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes.

Davy F., Daye, F., Portères P., Sanséau P.-Y, 2010. Métier de DRH: et si la crise avait bon dos ?, in La société, l'économie, la politique, l'entreprise en questions, edited by Lafay, D., Druguet, J., 82-93. Lyon: RH Editions.

Nigel FB Allington, 2010. A Double Dip Recession for the United States? Manufacturing and Construction in the USA in the Wake of the Financial Crisis, in The United State of America and Canada, pp. 150-160. London: Routledge.

Grégoire Croidieu and Philippe Monin, 2010. Why effective innovations sometimes fail to diffuse: identity-based interpretations of appropriateness in the Saint-Émilion, Languedoc, Piedmont and Golan Heights wine regions, in Institutions and Entrepreneurship, edited by Wesley D. Sine and Robert J. DavidBiggleswade: Emerald.

Sanséau, P-Y, et Smith, M., 2010. Réglementation du temps de travail et équilibre vie -travail : Une comparaison France-Royaume Uni, in Temps du travail et GRH, edited by Duyck, J-Y et Vilette, M-AParis: AGRH Vuibert.

Sanseau, P-Y, and Smith, M., 2010. Réglementation du temps de travail et équilibre vie -travail : Une comparaison France-Royaume Uni, in Temps du travails et GRH, edited by Duyck, J-Y and Vilette, M-AParis: AGRH Yuibert.

Jean-Marc Huissoud, 2010. L'enjeu de la centralité, in Vive la France...quand même, edited by Pascal GAUCHON et Jean-marc HUISSOUD, 243. Paris: PUF.

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Is France still the center of Europe? Geography et Infrastructure strategies show it's deemed important to her to be the nexus of European space building, though some weaknesses appear with European extension eastward.

Vanel G., 2010. Les autorités épistémiques de normalisation financière, in Incertitudes financières et normes nouvelles, edited by Walter C., 139-160. Paris: Springer.

Thibault Daudigeos, 2010. Des instituts de normalisation en quête de profit et de légitimité : étude comparée de la production de normes de développement durable en France et en Angleterre, in Développement durable et Responsabilité sociale : de la mobilisation à l’institutionnalisation, edited by René Audet, Corinne Gendron, et JJean-Guy Vaillancourt, 284. Montreal: Presses Internationales Polytechniques.

Sanséau P.-Y, 2010. Le mode cellulaire comme source structurelle d’agilité dans l’entreprise , in L'entreprise agile, edited by Barrand J., 97-117. Paris: DUNOD.

J.deglaine, 2010. Manager autoritaire versus Manager guide : vers un management humaniste, in L’entreprise agile : des solutions opérationnelles, edited by J.Barrand, 119-138. Paris: Dunod.

Taran Patel, 2010. Confronting Discrimination through Affirmative Action in India: Playing the Right Music with the Wrong Instrument, in Managing Cultural Diversity in Asia: A Research CompanionCheltenham & New York: Edward Elgar.

Nigel FB Allington, 2009. A Jobless Recovery in Manufacturing? Manufacturing and Construction in the USA During the 2009 Financial Crisis, in The United States and Canada, pp.141-150. London: Routladge.

Sanséau P.-Y, 2009. Quelles compétences pour l'Europe technologique de demain ?, in Gestion des compétences - Nouvelles relations, nouvelles dimensions, edited by Retour, D., Picq, Th. et Defélix Ch., 175-195. Paris: Vuibert CNRS.

Poissonnier Hugues, Vitari Claudio et Duymedjian Raffi, 2009. Systèmes d'information et responsabilité sociétale de l'entreprise, in Stratégie et Pilotage des Systèmes d'Information, edited by Hugues Poissonnier, Renaud Cornu-Emieux et JP Verjus, 79-94. Paris: Dunod.

Hugues Poissonnier & Roxana Bobulescu, 2009. Le protectionnisme en pensée et en actes - Le protectionnisme à travers la pensée économique, in Rapport Antéios 2010 - D'un protectionnisme l'autre - la fin de la mondialisation, edited by David ColeParis: Antéios.

Cornu-Emieux R., Sanséau P.-Y, Lau, F.,, 2009. Des compétences d'hier aux compétences d'aujourd'hui : les SI en rupture, in Les Systèmes d'Information au coeur de la stratégie, edited by Cornu-Emieux R., Poissonnier H., Verjus J.-P, 189-206. Paris: Dunod.

Jean-MArc HUISSOUD, 2009. Requiem : prospective pour une guerre à venir, in La Guerre économique, edited by Jean-Marc Huissoud, Frédéric Munier, 96-115. Paris: PUF.

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Is Economic War a true War, or does the very nature of international economic relationship imply a degree of conflict ? If this is war, then stakes and strategies need to be underlined in detail, economic battlegrounds being of a polymorphic and complex nature, thanks to their technological aspects.

Rüling, C.-C., 2009. Festivals as field configuring events: The Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market, in Film Festival Yearbook 1: The Festival Circuit, edited by Iordanova, D., & Rhyne, R.London: Wallflower Press.

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This paper presents a study of the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Animated Film Market based on recent literature conceptualizing field-configuring events. It identifies three main phases in the event's development and argues that the co-evolution of the event and its organization with the animation field, and the management of innovation, competing logics and relationships throughout the field explain the strong position and continuing importance of the Annecy event within the animation field.

Smith, M., Zagelmayer, S. and Sieglen, G., 2009. Small and Medium-Sized Establishments in Europe: operating hours and working practices, in Comparative Analyses of Operating Hours and Working Times in the European Union, edited by Lei Delsen, Frank Bauer, Gilbert Cette and Mark Smith, 117-142. Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag.

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This chpater uses data from the 2003 representative European Union Company survey of Operating hours, Working times and Employment (EUCOWE) in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom to analyse operating hours and working practices in small and medium-Sized Establishments in Europe.

Delsen,L. Bauer, F. Cette, G. and Smith, M., 2009. Topics for Comparative Research on Operating Hours in the EU, in Comparative Analyses of Operating Hours and Working Times in the European Union, edited by Lei Delsen, Frank Bauer, Gilbert Cette and Mark Smith, 1-14. Heildelberg: Physica-Verlag.

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This introductory chapter outlines the importance of operating hours and the details of the research projet on which the book is based. The EUCOWE project is the first representative and standardised European company survey which covers all categories of firm sizes and all sectors of the economy
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Innovations in pedagogy and educational research in France are discussed by Roxana Bobulescu and Sophie Reboud in Chapter 17, the last chapter that provides a perspective on educational research from different countries. In France, education is located in the Human and Social Sciences. The chapter explains how quality criteria are defined in the evaluation of research.
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This book contains a unique international collection of supplemental contributions from 21 authors who are subject matter experts in their professions. They represent a variety of industries, businesses, and countries. Each provides a perspective of how the Laws of Communication have manifested themselves and are found in different settings. Often the supplemental authors provide ‘best practices’ for others to consider adapting.

Alexander Ebner, 2008. Institutional Evolution and the Political Economy of Governance, in Institutions of the MarketOxford: Oxford University Press.

Nigel F. B. Allington and John S. L. McCombie, 2008. The Thatcher Experiment 1979-90: Did it Lead to an Economic Renaissance of the UK?, in The Missing Link in the Unemployment Relationship, pp.72-94. London: Palgrave McMillan.

Esposito, M.; Ecimovic, T. et al, 2008. Individual and Social Responsibility, in SUSTAINABLE FUTURE, REQUISITE HOLISM, AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITYMaribor: Boris Maraz.

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On entering to “Globalisation Ages” the challenges for humanity are more complex and possibilities for survival of our civilisation are on the edge of ability and responsibility of humankind. The climate change system impact, very dangerous activities of national states entering wars, use of nuclear technologies, use of large number of synthetic chemical products and contemporary technologies from nuclear, particles acceleration, nano, digital, GMO, communications, transport to armaments, without knowing their medium- and long-term effect within the biosphere of the Planet Earth. This chapter addresses possibilities to look at the overall inherited scenario through a lens of holism which embraces the paradoxic views of sustainability.

Camarinha-Matos L. M., Afsarmanesh H., Rabelo R., Ollus M. and Novais P., 2008. A typology of French Marketplaces: looking into a Collaborative Future, in Pervasive Collaborative Networks, edited by Camarinha-Matos L. M., Afsarmanesh H.New York: Springer.

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The deployment and use of electronic marketplaces contrary to expectations still remains marginal in the ‘Francophone’ business landscape. Even though several major business groups act as champions and invest in them, the vast majority of large and small companies remain wary of these digital inter-company platforms. Despite convincing arguments discussed in the scholarly, professional and trade literature, the credibility of marketplaces is constantly undermined in practice as they have to incessantly fend off rumours about bankruptcy in France and elsewhere. Moreover, the term ‘marketplace’ can cover a multitude of business relationships and it is currently difficult to compare offers and distinguish across a range of services. The purpose of this paper is therefore to put forward a typology, by identifying, analysing and classifying the about 225 Francophone marketplaces we found in the fall of 2007. The proposed typology enables us to (1) highlight their diversity and types of economic models that underpin their value chain (2) observe that the majority neglects certain high-added value services for which demand is great, and favours services which are hardly cost-effective and for which supply is much higher than demand, and (3) highlight future possible evolutions by examining the collaborative strategies few of these professional virtual communities have been making in the past few years.

Bevan, David, 2008. Continental philospohy: a grounded theory apporach and the emergence pf convenient and inconvenient ethics, in Cutting Edge Issues in Business Ethics: continental challenges to tradition and practice, edited by Painter-Morland, M. & Werhane, P., 131-152. New York: Springer.

Alexander Ebner, 2008. Das Konzept der Innovationssysteme, in InnovationssystemeWiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

Alessandro Cavelzani, 2008. Emozioni e Ambienti. Modelli psicologici di preferenza ambientale, in Turismo e cultura in Italia. Spunti teorici e casi di studio, edited by Monica MorazzoniMilano: Unicopli.

Jean-Marc HUISSOUD, 2008. Collaboration dans plusieurs chapitres, in Les 100 lieux de la Géopolitique, edited by Jean-Mrc HUISSOUD et Pascal GAUCHON, . Paris: PUF.

Jean-Marc Huissoud, 2008. Vieille Europe pour un nouveau Monde, in Europe: la puissance au bo