Publication

French leadership: exploring organizational leadership in French contexts

Florence Law recently published her paper “French leadership: exploring organizational leadership in French contexts“, co-authored with I. Yang and V. Tossan, in European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 1-17.

Abstract: Our paper offers an overview of French organizational leadership by looking at its power sources (inputs), consequences (outcomes), and a triad model. We found that having connections with powerful entities such as top management and the Grandes (…)

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The carbon ‘carprint’ of urbanization: New evidence from French cities

Miren Lafourcade recently published her paper “The carbon ‘carprint’ of urbanization: New evidence from French cities“, co-authored with Camille Blaudin de Thé and Benjamin Carantino, in Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Abstract: This paper investigates the causal impact of city shape on car use and emissions within French metropolitan areas. We in particular analyze the influence of a novel indicator of urban geometry that captures differences in the (…)

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Covid-19 and the mental health of disavantaged immigrants in the greater Paris area

Jean-Noël Senne recently published his paper « Deterioration of mental health and insufficient Covid-19 information among disadvantaged immigrants in the greater Paris area » in the Journal of Psychomatic research, 146 (2021), co-authored with the Makasi Research team. This paper is part of the Makasi Research project.Abstract: The aim of this study is to provide information on changes in mental health (…)

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Le syndrome de « l’excusite aiguë » dans le milieu sportif

Fabien Gargam vient de publier un nouvel article à propos du syndrome de l’excusite aiguë dans le milieu sportif sur The Conversation.Bien que ce syndrome touche un grand nombre d’individus et d’organisations dans le milieu sportif à l’échelle mondiale, il demeure non formalisé à ce jour et nécessite donc une introduction explicite. L’adoption irréfléchie et l’emploi inconditionnel des termes dopage, dopé et leurs dérivés dénaturent la réalité et (…)

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Labor mobility and racial discrimination

José de Sousa recently published his paper “Labor mobility and racial discrimination” in the European Economic Review, 135, 2021, co-authored with Pierre Deschamps.

The line: Racial wage discrimination can proliferate in labor markets with large frictions because workers facing discrimination find it difficult to relocate. We present evidence of the interaction between frictions and discrimination in the English Premier League, the top tier of English football, using the (…)

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La commutabilité comme compétence – Une analyse des mobilités internes par le contrat psychologique

Anne Janand a récemment publié un article intitulé La commutabilité comme compétence – Une analyse des mobilités internes par le contrat psychologique dans Management & Avenir, co-écrit avec Rémi Jardat.

Résumé: Cet article interroge, en lien avec la théorie du contrat psychologique, la signification de la mobilité interne pour les cadres. À partir de trois études de cas, la recherche met en avant le rôle clé de la mobilité (…)

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Rethinking food well-being as reconciliation between pleasure and sustainability

Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR, has recently published the article “Rethinking food well-being as reconciliation between pleasure and sustainability” in International Journal of Food Design, in collaboration with Liselotte Hedegaard (University College Lillebælt, Odense, Denmark).

Abstract: Food well-being has been addressed in consumer research over the past decade as a means to provide a (…)

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Measuring ICT externalities and their contribution to productivity: A bilateral trade based approach

Congratulations to Alberto Nonnis, Ahmed Bounfour, Keungoui Kim and Altay Ozaygen for those article, «Measuring ICT externalities and their contribution to productivity: A bilateral trade based approach » in Telecommunications Policy.

Abstract :This paper studies the contribution of information and communication technology (ICT) to productivity both directly – and indirectly, via externalities that originate in other sectors or countries.Building upon the theoretical model proposed by (…)

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