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MANDALAKI Emmanouela

Doctorat, Sciences de Gestion, Comportement organisationnel

Emmanouela est Professeure Assistante au sein du département Hommes & organisations à NEOMA Business School en France. Dans sa recherche, Emmanouela explore des dynamiques et asymétries entre des facteurs cognitifs et corporels qui façonnent les interactions interpersonnelles éthiques et affectives dans des contextes sociaux et organisationnels, inclus les méthodes de recherche organisationnelle, afin de fournir des perspectives alternatives à ses sujets de recherche. Elle analyse ces dynamiques pour investiguer plus particulièrement des questions de gendre, inclusion et inégalités dans les organisations. Les travaux de recherche d’Emmanouela ont été publiés dans des livres ainsi que dans des revues internationales telles que Journal of Business Ethics, Organization, M@n@gement, and Gender, Work and Organization. Emmanouela est évaluateur ad hoc de plusieurs revues, notamment Organisation Studies, Organization, le Journal of Business Ethics et Gender, Work and Organization. Au cours de sa carrière pré-universitaire et universitaire, Emmanouela a travaillé pour des organisations internationales à but lucratif et non lucratif en Égypte, en Suisse, Grèce, Albanie, Andorre, Espagne, Chili, Brésil et Colombie. Elle a acquis diverses expériences sociales qui alimentent sa Recherche.

Domaines de spécialisation

  • Ethique
  • Inclusion
  • Genre
  • Inégalités sociales

Récentes contributions académiques

  • MANDALAKI, E., E. DAOU, "(Dis)embodied encounters between art and academic writing amid a pandemic", Gender, Work and Organization, Janvier 2021, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 227-242
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12499
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Searching for ‘home’, writing to find it: a reflective account on experiences of othering in life and academia in times of generalized crises", Gender, Work and Organization, Mars 2021, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 835-848
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12570
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Book Review: Alison Pullen, Jenny Helin and Nancy Harding (editors) Writing Differently, Dialogues in Critical Management Studies", Organization Studies, Février 2021, pp. 017084062199202
    DOI : 10.1177/0170840621992021

Academic Journals

  • MANDALAKI, E., "Searching for ‘home’, writing to find it: a reflective account on experiences of othering in life and academia in times of generalized crises", Gender, Work and Organization, Mars 2021, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 835-848
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12570
  • MANDALAKI, E., E. DAOU, "(Dis)embodied encounters between art and academic writing amid a pandemic", Gender, Work and Organization, Janvier 2021, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 227-242
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12499
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Book Review: Alison Pullen, Jenny Helin and Nancy Harding (editors) Writing Differently, Dialogues in Critical Management Studies", Organization Studies, Février 2021, pp. 017084062199202
    DOI : 10.1177/0170840621992021
  • AHONEN, P., A.BLOMBERG, K.DOERR, K.EINOLA, A.ELKINA, G.GAO, J.HAMBLETON, J.HELIN, A.HUOPALAINEN, B. F.JOHANNSEN, J.JOHANSSON, P.JÄÄSKELÄINEN, A.KAASILA-PAKANEN, N.KIVINEN, E.MANDALAKI, S.MERILÄINEN, A.PULLEN, T.SALMELA, S.SATAMA, J.TIENARI, A.WICKSTRÖM, L. E.ZHANG, "Writing resistance together", Gender, Work and Organization, Juillet 2020, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 447–470
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12441
  • PLOTNIKOF, M., P. BRAMMING, L. BRANICKI, L. H. CHRISTENSEN, K. HENLEY, N. KIVINEN, J. P. R. LIMA, M. KOSTERA, E. MANDALAKI, S. O’SHEA, B. ÖZKAZANÇ-PAN, A. PULLEN, J. STEWART, S. YBEMA, N. AMSTERDAM, "Catching a glimpse: Corona-life and its micro-politics in academia", Gender, Work and Organization, Septembre 2020, vol. 27, no. 5, pp. 804-826
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12481
  • MANDALAKI, E., M.FOTAKI, "The Bodies of the Commons: Towards a Relational Embodied Ethics of the Commons", Journal of Business Ethics, Novembre 2020, vol. 166, no. 4, pp. 745-760
    DOI : 10.1007/s10551-020-04581-7
  • MANDALAKI, E., M.PÉREZTS, "It takes two to tango: Theorizing inter-corporeality through nakedness and eros in researching and writing organizations", Organization, Septembre 2020, pp. 135050842095632
    DOI : 10.1177/1350508420956321
  • EINOLA, K., A. ELKINA, G. GAO, J. HAMBLETON, A. KAASILA-PAKANEN, E. MANDALAKI, L. E. ZHANG, A. PULLEN, "Writing multi-vocal intersectionality in times of crisis", Gender, Work and Organization, Novembre 2020
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12577
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Author-ize me to write: Going back to writing with our", Gender, Work and Organization, Décembre 2020
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12584
  • MANDALAKI, E., G.ISLAM, U.LAGOWSKA, C.TOBACE, "Identifying with how we are, fitting with what we do: Differential moderators of identification and person-organization fit effects", Europe’s Journal of Psychology, Juin 2019
    DOI : 10.5964/ejop.v15i2.1518
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Review of 'Gender and the Organization: Women at Work in the 21st Century by Marianna Fotaki and Nancy Harding'", Gender, Work and Organization, Novembre 2018, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 71-74
    DOI : 10.1111/gwao.12324
  • MANDALAKI, E., P.O’SULLIVAN, "Organisational indulgences or abuse of indulgences: Can good actions somehow wipe out corporate sins?", M@n@gement, Novembre 2016, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 203-227

Book chapter

  • MANDALAKI, E., "Dancers as Inter-Corporeality: Breaking Down the Reluctant Body" dans Diversity, Affect and Embodiment in Organizing., Marianna Fotaki, Alison Pullen Eds, Palgrave Macmillan Publishers Ltd, pp. 139-161, 2019
    DOI : 10.1007/978-3-319-98917-4_7
  • MANDALAKI, E., G.ISLAM, F.SOBRAL, "Leading organizational change in a Brazilian multinational" dans Leadership and Change Management: A Cross-Cultural Perspective., Halkias, D, Santora, J, Harkiolakis, N, Thurman, P, W. Eds, Routledge Academic, pp. 15-25, 2017
  • MANDALAKI, E., G.ISLAM, "Varieties of Global Responsibility" dans Corporate Social Performance: Reflecting on the Past and Investing in the Future., Stachowicz Stanusch, A, Eds, Information Age Publishing (IAP), 2016

Academic conferences

  • MANDALAKI, E., "Between Land and Water: Humanly possible solutions emerging through the body: Evidence from refugee camps in Greece" dans Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Leadership, 2018, Greta, Grèce
  • MANDALAKI, E., M.PEREZTS, "Naked’ moments of Being: reviving ethnography as inter corporeal Experience" dans EGOS, 2018
  • LAGOWSKA, U., E.MANDALAKI, F.SOBRAL, "Making my leader more ethical: Exploration of follower’s influence on leaders’ ethical identity development" dans Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Leadership,, 2017, Mykonos, Grèce
  • LAGOWSKA, U., E.MANDALAKI, F.SOBRAL, "Feeling more responsible than the responsible: Differential effects of apologies on leaders and followers’ moral emotions" dans Anpad Conference, 2016, Bahia, Brésil
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Dance me to my other self: Creating ethical spaces through inter-corporeal gender interactions" dans European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), 2016, Naples, Italie
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Dance me to my other self: A Corporeal Writing Experience" dans Gender, Work and Organization, (GWO), 2016, Keele, Royaume-Uni
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Similar threats, different strategies: “Glocalized” CSR reactions to cognitive framing of institutional pressures: A construal level theory perspective" dans European Academy of Management (EURAM), 2016, Paris, France
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Similar threats, different strategies: “Glocalized” strategic reactions to cognitive framing of institutional pressures: A Construal Level Theory Perspective" dans Latin American and European Meeting on Organizational Studies (LAEMOS), 2016, Viña del Mar, Chili
  • MANDALAKI, E., G.ISLAM, "If it is bad it must have been on purpose: Affect and moral attitudes as moderators of ethical Judgment effects" dans Academy of Management Conference (AoM), 2015, Vancouver, Canada
  • MANDALAKI, E., "Similar threats, different strategies: “Glocalized” CSR reactions to cognitive framing of institutional pressures" dans Business Association of Latin American Studies (BALAS), 2015, San Juan, Porto Rico
  • MANDALAKI, E., G.ISLAM, "If it is bad it must have been on purpose: Affect and moral attitudes as moderators of ethical Judgment effects." dans European Academy of Management, (EURAM), 2014, Valencia, Espagne

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