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Thématiques :

Organisés par le département Stratégie et Entrepreneuriat de NEOMA, les séminaires ont pour objectif de produire des connaissances par l’interaction entre des chercheurs de premier plan du domaine.

Les séminaires sont accessibles à la Faculté de NEOMA ainsi qu’aux chercheurs des autres institutions.

Pour vous inscrire ou plus d’informations, n’hésitez pas à contacter Margherita CORINA, margherita.corina@neoma-bs.fr ou Jiachen YANG, jiachen.yang@neoma-bs.fr.

Programme 2023-24

(mis à jour régulièrement)

Thursday 23 November 11:00am-12:00pm – Paris Campus, room 205

  • Grégoire CROIDIEU (EM Lyon) – Navigating the Policy-Accountability Gap: Substitutive Decoupling and the Cultural Production of Compliance in Disaster Risk Reduction.

January 25, 11h00-12h00 – Paris Campus, room 306

  • Anne-Sophie FERNANDEZ, Ph.D. (University of Montpellier & Montpellier Research in Management)

February 15, 12h to 13h00, Reims Campus (1B025) or Zoom

  • Joao ALBINO-PIMENTEL, University of South Carolina (USA) – “Undercover Operations? MNE ‘Concealed Distancing’ in Hostile Geopolitical Environments”

Individual meetings with Joao available upon request.

Séminaires précédents


  • Professor Pierre Mohnen, Maastricht University/UNU-MERIT in the Netherlands. « Does competition increase or decrease the innovation gap between the best and the rest? ». Joint research seminar with the Area of Excellence: The World We Want
  • Professor Stéphane LHUILLERY, NEOMA. « Mix and match: What is the best R&D recipe for eco-innovation? ».  Joint research seminar with the Area of Excellence: The World We Want
  • Addis Gedefaw Birhanu (EM Lyon) – To Commercialize Inside or Outside of The Firm: Behavioral Considerations in Patent Exploitation by Family FIRMS (with Alfonso Gambardella, Bocconi Univ.)
  • Anran LI (NEOMA) – Status Differentials and Director Turnover in Different Subgroups in Family Firms.
  • Prof. Georg WERNICKE (HEC Paris): “Not My CEO: Gender Effects in Employee Evaluations of the Chief Executive.”


  • « Breaking Internal Silos with Inside-In Open Innovation – a Friction Based View », Agnieszka Radziwon, Associate Professor of Innovation Management at Aarhus University in Denmark and University of California Berkeley in the USA, where she is conducting research together with Prof. Henry Chesbrough.
  • Grazia D. Santangelo (Copenhagen Business School), « Stock market reaction to the appointment of female CEOs – The role of strategic orchestration of firm internal and external contexts », co-authored with Karin Hoisl (Mannheim Business School), Mona Reber (Mannheim Business School) and Wolf-Hendrik Uhlbach (EPFL Lausanne)
  • Reha Karadag (NEOMA BS), « Strategic Resource Decay: An Empirical Examination »


  • Cristina Rossi-Lamastra, Politecnico di Milano, School of Management – “The organizational design of entrepreneurial ventures”
  • Africa Ariño, IESE Business School, Strategic Management Department – “Theory building from case studies”
  • Xavier Castañer, HEC Lausanne & Nuno Barros De Oliveira, Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences – “Collaboration, coordination, and cooperation among organizations: Establishing the distinctive meanings of these terms”
  • Fabrice Lumineau, Purdue University, Krannert School of Management “Blockchain governance: A new way of organizing collaborations?”
  • Ivanka Visnjic, ESADE Business School, Department of Operations, Innovation and Data Sciences – “Service business model & digitalization”
  • Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School – “Ownership concentration and corporate environmental performance”
  • Matthew Allen, Essex Business School, University of Essex