Publication

Democratic transitions can attract foreign direct investment: Effect, trajectories, and the role of political risk

Congratulations to Jean Lacroix for his article, co-writting with Pierre-Guillaume Méon ( Brussels Free University) and Khalid Sekkat ( Brussels Free University) , « Democratic transitions can attract foreign direct investment: Effect, trajectories, and the role of political risk » in Journal of Comparative Economics.

Abstract:Using a difference-in-differences method on a panel of 115 developing countries from 1970 to 2014, we find that democratic transitions do not affect (…)

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“A European clustering study with Knowledge Transfer Office DNA”

Congratulations to Laura Kreiling for her article, co-writting with John Scanlan , “A European clustering study with Knowledge Transfer Office DNA” in International Journal of Intellectual Property Management.

Abstract: This research presents a novel approach to cluster knowledge transfer organisations (KTOs) using reported metrics which capture their fundamental characteristics. Currently, organisational comparisons are conducted in some national contexts. However, European KTOs cannot easily find their international peers, due to (…)

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The Role of Proximities in the Construction of Managerial Innovation in a Collaborative Context

Congratulations to Denis Chabault for his article, co-writting with Ludivine Calamel, « The Role of Proximities in the Construction of Managerial Innovation in a Collaborative Context » in Journal of Innovation Economics & Management (2020/2 (n° 32), p. 107-133).

Abstract:The dialogue between researchers in management and practitioners is increasingly intensive and regular. (…)

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Journal of Intellectual Capital, Special Issue: Intellectual Capital, Firms’ Innovation Growth and Emerging Value Spaces.

Ahmed Bounfour a été coordinateur d’un numéro spécial de Journal of Intellectual Capital, Vol 21, n°5 , Special Issue: Intellectual Capital, Firms’ Innovation Growth and Emerging Value Spaces.

The editors (Ahmed Bounfour, University Paris-Saclay, Hannu Piekkola, University of Vaasa, and Carter Bloch, University of Aarhus) of this special issue are members in EU Horizon 2020 project Globalinto (2019–2022) which seeks to measure and analyze new intangibles for European (…)

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Nouvelles publications de Fabien Gargam

Fabien Gargam a récemment diffusé deux contributions relatives à la culture chinoise, l’un de ses axes de recherche.

– La première est une vidéo qui s’inscrit dans le cadre du partenariat Xerfi Canal/IQSOG/RFG. Elle dévoile ‘Les 6 piliers de la gestion de la crise du COVID-19 en Chine’. Son contenu permet de prendre de la hauteur pour celles et ceux qui vivent ailleurs.

– La seconde est un article (…)

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How packaging colours and claims influence children’s vegetable attitude and intake – An exploratory cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark

Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR, has recently published the article “How packaging colours and claims influence children’s vegetable attitude and intake – An exploratory cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark “, in Food Quality and Preference, 79, 2020, in collaboration with Stephanie ANGKA, Hanum PUTRI HAPSARI et Annemarie OLSEN (University of Copenhagen).

Abstract: Most marketing strategies for children focus on unhealthy foods, and it is less well investigated whether they can (…)

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Export decision under risk

José de Sousa recently published his paper “Export decision under risk” in the European Economic Review, 121, 2020, co-authored with Anne-Célia Disdier and Carl Gaigné. The line: The most productive exporters are more affected by a higher industry-wide expenditure volatility than the least productive exporters.

Abstract: We show that economic uncertainty in foreign markets affects firms’ economic decisions, particularly those of the most productive firms. Using export data (…)

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