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09 DEC 2011

DEC10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 09 DEC 2011

Lieu : IAE de Paris, salle du Conseil, 13 h à 14 h

13 h - Présentation de l'équipe ERMES, Centre de Recherche DRM,  Université Paris-Dauphine, par DARPY Denis

(Equipe de Recherche en Marketing Et Stratégie)

4 NOV 2010

NOV10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 4 NOV 2010

Lieu: Amphithéâtre

12h - Hélène Rainelli le Montagner, Professeur
The Connexionist  Nature of Modern Financial Markets: Challenges and Possible Outcomes

Abstract : The recent financial crisis has triggered radical criticism against financial markets. In this paper, we propose to analyse this criticism as a justification crisis, in the sense of Boltanski and Thevenot (1991/2006). We see the main debate as opposing the critics and the defenders of what can be identified as a Market order (Boltanski and Thevenot, 1991/2006). While the former regret the consequences of deregulation in financial markets, the latter insist on the preservation of free competition among financial actors. This debate however relies on the hypothesis that financial markets in general resemble the ideal-type of the Walrasian market model. While this hypothesis might make sense as regards the description of stock markets (this refers to the so called market efficiency issue), it appears unrealistic when applied to the majority of modern financial markets. At least 80% of those are OTC markets where bilateral contracts are exchanged between counterparties in the absence of any centralized structure. Our thesis is that the nature of OTC markets, which guarantees neither the transparency of prices nor the efficiency of competition mechanisms, is very specific. We propose to characterize it using Boltanski and Chiapello’s concept (1999/2008) of the Connexionnist World. We then emphasize the difficulty of the connexionnist grammar of worth to develop principles of justice in OTC markets, which are characterized by their despatialization and the infinity of potential members. We suggest potential tracks to struggle more efficiently against the drifts of the connexionnist logic as they arise on financial markets and their spillover effects on societies. The contribution of the paper is thus to provide a more precisely targeted critique of modern financial markets.

Télécharger le papier : icon NOV10 - Conférence GREGOR (260.18 kB) 

21 OCT 2010

OCT10 - conférence GREGOR

Date : 21 OCT 2010

Lieu : salle du Conseil

12h -   l'Assemblée Générale par  Géraldine Schmidt,  Professeur, Directeure de la recherche 

Slides de présentation


AGENDA des Conférences plénières 2010/2011

Date : 2010/2011

A vos agendas !

Les conférences du GREGOR pour l'année 2010/2011 changent d'horaire :
à partir du mois d'octobre, nous nous réunirons toujours les jeudis, mais de
12h à 14h.

Les séances seront composées de la façon suivante :
1) Une première partie sera consacrée aux questions générales de la recherche à l'IAE,
     de 12h à 12h45 environ : informations, questions institutionnelles,
2) Une seconde partie sera réservée aux présentations de recherche (de professeurs invités,
     d'enseignants-chercheurs permanents, etc.), de 12h45 à 14 h

N'oubliez pas de noter les dates dès maintenant dans vos agendas :

Jeudi 21 octobre 2010 - Assemblée Générale
Jeudi 4 novembre 2010  - Hélène Rainelli, Professeur sur le thème : The Connexionist  Nature of Modern Financial Markets: Challenges and Possible Outcomes"
Jeudi 9 décembre 2010, 12h-14h-
Présentation de l'équipe ERMES (Equipe de Recherche en Marketing Et Stratégie)
Jeudi 13 janvier 2011, 12h-14h -
Présentation de l'équipe MO (Management et Organisation)
Jeudi 10 février 2011, 12h-14h
- Présentation de l'équipe M-Lab
Jeudi 31 mars 2011, 12h-14h - Stelios Zyglidopoulos, University of Cambridge
Jeudi 28 avril 2011 :
12h-13h -
John M. de Figueiredo Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Associate Professor of Law,UCLA Anderson
13h - 14h :  Sevgin EROGLU, Associate Professor, Department of Marketing, J. Mack Robinson College of Business Georgia State University
Jeudi 12 mai 2011, de
12h30 à 13h30 - Simona MATEUT, Lecturer in Industrial Economics, Nottingham University Business School, England
Jeudi 19 mai 2011, 12h30-14h - Présentation de l'équipe MOST (Marchés, Organisations, Société et Téchnologies)
Jeudi 16 juin 2011, 12h30-14h - Présentation de l'équipe  FINANCE
Jeudi 23 juin, 12h30-14h
- Professeur invité à l'IAE de Paris, Corderly J. Carolyn
, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

24 JUIN 2010

JUIN10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 24 JUIN 2010

Lieu : salle du Conseil

18 h - Rakesh Sarin, Professor, UCLA Anderson School of Management
"Engineering Happiness"
In this talk, I will lay out laws of happiness that are universal across all people. These laws permit the use of mathematical methods to evaluate consumption and life decisions that optimize happiness. Our central premise is that the very essence of attaining a happier life is choice. I will provide findings from scientific experiments, examples from ancient literature, and pearls of wisdom from the world's religions that support our laws of happiness. Once one understands the nature of happiness and masters the Laws of Happiness, one can lay the groundwork for building an amazing life brimming with happiness.

10 juin 2010

JUIN 10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 10 juin 2010

Lieu : salle du conseil

18 h  - Joanne E. Oxley, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
The Role of Hybrid Organizations in Corporate Citizenship Programs: Insights from Microsoft's "Partners in Learning" Program

Multinational corporations are increasingly called upon to act as exemplary corporate citizens and, more specifically, to contribute substantially to public goods provision in the countries in which they do business. From oil companies building schools and clinics to soft drink companies contributing to mass vaccination programs, MNCs are responding to the demands of stakeholders that they contribute to global economic, health and social development beyond the bounds of their immediate business activities. As companies shift into greater public goods provision however, old concerns about the motives of MNCs acting in the public domain are inflamed: whose interests do - or should - MNC managers serve? Who should decide what and how MNCs contribute beyond their traditional domain? In part growing out of these old concerns, a new set of organizational issues also come to the fore, as managers and stakeholders grapple with the design of organizations that can effectively deliver the promised economic and social benefits and, at the same time, keep the costs of provision within reasonable bounds. As they grapple with these complex issues, MNCs and other stakeholders have begun to experiment with a variety of hybrid organizational forms at the boundary between the public and private domains. These organizations include partnerships linking MNCs with local entrepreneurs and small businesses, local governments, international quasi-governmental bodies such as the World Economic Forum or the World Health Organization, and other Non-Governmental Organizations of both local and global scope.  

Choices regarding who to partner with and how to organize partnerships at the public-private interface may have a large impact on both the efficiency and credibility of an MNC's public goods activities, but there is as yet little systematic research on the topic. At the same time, many of the salient issues facing stakeholders resonate strongly with core concerns in prior research in organizational economics and international business. In this paper we explore these issues by examining one prominent example of public goods provision by an MNC - Microsoft Corporation's Partners in Learning (PiL) program. We draw on a field-based case study examining the structure and evolution of hybrid organizations through which Microsoft's PiL program was implemented in two countries, South Africa and Jordan. Microsoft's contrasting organizational approach in implementing its PiL program in these two countries provides a fascinating example of the conflicts and compromises that contribute to organizational design at the public-private interface. It also provides a rich background context for formulating and extending theory in this important area.

27 MAI 2010

MAI10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 27 MAI 2010

18 h Linda Rouleau, Professeur, HEC Montréal sur le thème :
"La perspective de la pratique en stratégie: état des lieux, outils et enjeux méthodologiques "
Jusqu’à maintenant, la plupart des travaux qui se réclament de la perspective de la pratique en stratégie ont eu recours à données provenant d’études de cas longitudinales.  Après avoir présenté quelques outils utilisés dans mes travaux (récits de pratiques, analyse textuelle), nous réfléchirons sur  les enjeux méthodologiques autour de cette perspective. Le développement de la perspective de la pratique en stratégie invite les chercheurs à recourir à des méthodes (outils, designs et analyse) à la fois capables de supporter un certain pouvoir de généralisation et de permettre de renouveler les liens que les chercheurs en stratégie entretiennent avec les gestionnaires.

Note biographique : Linda Rouleau est professeure titulaire au Service de l’enseignement du management à HEC Montréal. Ses travaux de recherche portent sur les gestionnaires intermédiaires, les activités entourant la formation des stratégies et les restructurations d’entreprise. Elle est coresponsable du Groupe d’étude sur la pratique de la stratégie (GéPS) et chercheure au Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur la mondialisation et le travail (CRIMT).

Télécharger la présentation : CG_05_10_LRouleau


15 AVR 2010

AVR10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 15 AVR 2010

Lieu : Salle du Conseil

18 h -  Ydriss Ziane, Maitre de conférences à l'IAE de Paris
Présentation générale de travaux avec un focus sur le thème du surendettement des particuliers
Télécharger la présentation de travaux : CG_04_10_IZiane

19 h -  Soren Askegaard, professeur University of Southern Denmark
Processus de publication dans JCR et l'interprétativisme en marketing
Télécharger la présentation : 

25 MAR 2010

MAR10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 25 MAR 2010

18h - Barry Babin, co-rédacteur en chef de la revue "Journal of Business Research" viendra tout spécialement des Etats-Unis afin d’intervenir en anglais sur les stratégies de publication:
1 - Présentation de la revue "Journal of Business Research"
2 - Comment publier un article dans une revue américaine ?

18 FEV 2010

FEV10 - Conférence GREGOR

Date : 18 FEV 2010

18 h - Les  méthodes d'analyse Comparative Qualitative ou QCA

1- Présentation du papier de  Rachel Beaujolin-Bellet, Pierre Garaudel, Marie-France Khalidi, Florent Noël et Géraldine Schmidt

Compromising on downsizing: redeployment and/or severance pay. A qualitative comparative analysis of french cases

In this paper, we investigate the conditions behind the path followed by social relations through downsizing processes and the nature of the final social compromise about collective redundancy measures, in the French context. To what extent can downsizing drive to above-mandatory packages and/or redeployment services, or neither? What are the antecedents of the social compromise?
To understand the path driving unique social compromise in regard to the way redundancies were managed in 10 cases, we used the QCA method (Ragin, 1987) as an appropriate way to analyze systematically a limited number of cases and to investigate the possible combination(s) of conditions that determine a specific outcome.
When it comes to explaining the presence of above-mandatory severance pay packages, QCA leads to a parsimonious causal model corresponding to a combination of three conditions: weak employability, active unions, and numeric downsizing type. This combination appears necessary and sufficient for the achievement of above-mandatory level severance pay. The QCA for the redeployment outcome brings only one necessary condition, which relates to the presence of cooperative interactions between management and employees’ representatives. These results are then discussed.

Télécharger le Papier :
  CG_02_10_Compromising on downsizing

2- Discussion par Corentin Curchod, Professeur à l'Ecole de Management Audencia, Directeur du GIL - Globalisation and Innovation Laboratory- auteur d'un article Paru en 2003 dans FCS sur les méthodes comparatives en sciences de gestion.
Télécharger l'article : CG_02_10_C.Curchod_2003

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