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7e séminaire de recherche international dans le cadre de l'International Week 2016

Publié le 27 novembre 2015 Mis à jour le 19 décembre 2018

Séminaire réunissant les professeurs invités pour la semaine internationale de l’IAE Lyon et les enseignants-chercheurs et doctorants de l’IAE Lyon autour de trois thématiques transversales : « Complexité, Innovation, Réseaux » ; « Management et Responsabilité Sociétale des Organisations » ; « Management International ».

Durant ce 7e séminaire de recherche organisé par le Centre de recherche Magellan, des professeurs invités pour la Semaine Internationale 2016  de l’IAE Lyon présentent une communication.
Le séminaire vise à favoriser les échanges et les collaborations entre les professeurs invités et les enseignants-chercheurs et doctorants de l’IAE Lyon. Il réunit plus de cinquante participants.
 

Le programme :

Session 1: “Complexity, Innovation, Networks”

Salle 102
Chairs: Guilaine TALENS and Jean-Fabrice LEBRATY
  • Vladlena BENSON, Kingston Business School (United Kingdom): “Individual information security and user behaviour: A study of social networking users”
  • Bonnie CANZIANI, UNC Greensboro (United States): “Systematic development of industry complexity: the wine industry in North Carolina”
  • Caroline COULOMBE, ESG – UQAM, Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada)”: “Adaptive leadership for innovation in a project management context”
  • Terrill FRANTZ, Peking University HSBC Business School (China): “Confidence intervals for measures of network centrality”
  • Mohammed SAAD, Bristol Business School (United Kingdom): “An investigation into the role of ‘awareness’ in the development of the absorptive capacity of SMEs”
  • George SARIDAKIS, Kingston Business School (United Kingdom): “Examining the ecology of interaction between the innovation and venture capital communities” 
     


Session 2: “International Management”

Salle 103
Chair: Ulrike MAYRHOFER
  • Per ÅMAN, Linköping University (Sweden): “Knowledge integration of and by design”
  • Raul Guillermo AMIGO, Universidad de San Andres, Buenos Aires (Argentina): “Measuring brand experience at every touch point”
  • Stefano DENICOLAI and Birgit HAGEN, Università di Pavia (Italy): “When less family is more: ownership in the relationship between internationalization and trademarks acquisition”
  • Daniel FRIEL, Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires (Argentina): “The adaptation of a lean production program by Danone in Argentina and Brazil: the role of institutional differences”
  • Anita PELLE, University of Szeged (Hungary): “Current challenges to the European economy”
  • Alfredo Ricardo VAREAL JUAREZ, UNAM - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico): "Leadership in Latin America: a comparison study”

Session 3: “Management and Societal Responsibility of Organizations”

Salle 104
Chair: Denis TRAVAILLE

  • Mountaga El Karim DIAGNE, BEM Dakar (Senegal): “Human security and social protection in West Africa: challenges and perspectives”
  • Isis GUTIERREZ-MARTINEZ, Universidad de la Américas Puebla (Mexico): “Exploring sustainability practices in the hospitality industry in Mexico”
  • Ku-Jun LIN, Tamkang University and Wen-Chen LO, St. John's University (Taiwan): “The relationship between corporate negative events and earnings management”
  • Edmundo R. LIZARZABURU, Universidad ESAN (Peru): “Corporate social responsibility and corporate reputation in the financial sector of developing countries”
  • Justyna PRZYCHODZEN, Deusto Business School (Spain): “Critical factors for transforming creativity into sustainability”
  • Wojciech PRZYCHODZEN, Deusto Business School (Spain): “Corporate sustainability and shareholder wealth”
  • Eddy SOUFFRANT, UNC Charlotte (United States): “Cosmopolitanism and corporate responsibility”


> Contact : Ulrike MAYRHOFER, Directrice du Centre de Recherche Magellan, IAE Lyon - ulrike.mayrhofer@univ-lyon3.fr