Our Doctoral Students

Salma ANDRE Doctoral Student

Silvia FARONI Doctoral Student

Chrisa GRESSET Doctoral Student

Laure GUIGARD Doctoral Student

Marc Emilien PONCET Doctoral Student

Biography

Former PGE student, I realized the M2 Research in Management last year, which led me to continue in thesis this year with Pierre-Yves Gomez and I.F.G.E. My research – still approximative at this stage – will explore the on-going societal transition at the light of the dialectic between narratives and practices theorized by philosopher and historian Michel de Certeau.

Degrees

  • 2021: Master II Research in Management – IAE Lyon III – emlyon business school – France
  • 2012: Msc in Management - emlyon business school - France

Professional experience

  • 2020: HR Data Analyst – Sanofi Pasteur, France
  • 2019: Editorial Assistant - Lelivrescolaire.fr, France
  • 2017: Supply Chain Assistant - PSA Group, Germany

Expertises and/or research topics

Corporate Governance
Business History

Charles REVUE
Doctoral Student

Walkens SAINVAL Doctoral Student

Min-Tam TRAN Doctoral Student

Manon VIGNAUD Doctoral Student

Sébastien WINSTON Doctoral Student

Our Post-doctorate Students

Hui Hui CHI
Post-doctorate Student

Biography

I am a postdoctoral researcher of Management Science at emlyon business school. My research is to investigate the effects that caused by emerging technologies on the economy and business via proposing novel theoretical models. The research topics cover the sharing economy, sustainability development and relevant policies.

Degrees

  • 2021: Ph.D. Information Systems & Operations Management, ESCP Business School, France
  • 2018: Master's in Management, ESCP Business School, France

Expertises and/or research topics

E-collaborative contribution/consumption, IS for Sustainability development, regulation & policy on emerging technologies

Courses taught at emlyon business school

Operations, Industrial Strategies

Awards

Co-Winner of the conference Paper Reviewer in WeB 2019

Publications

Academiques articles

  • Yang, Y., Chi, H., Zhou, W., Fan, T., & Piramuthu, S. (2020). “Deterioration control decision support for perishable inventory management”. Decision Support Systems, 113308.
  • Yang, Y., Chi, H., Tang, O., Zhou, W., & Fan, T. (2019). “Cross perishable effect on optimal inventory preservation control”, European Journal of Operational Research, 276(3), 998-1012
  • Thibaud, M., Chi, H., Zhou, W., & Piramuthu, S. (2018). “Internet of Things (IoT) in high-risk Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) industries: A comprehensive review”, Decision Support Systems, 108, 79-95

Press articles

  • V. Ahmadi, S. Benjelloun, M. El Kik, T. Sharma, Chi, H. & W. Zhou, “Drug Governance: IoT- based Blockchain Implementation in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain,” 2020 Sixth Interna- tional Conference on Mobile And Secure Services (MobiSecServ), Miami Beach, FL, USA, 2020, pp. 1-8.
  • Tu, Y. J., Chi, H., Zhou, W., Kapoor, G., Eryarsoy, E., & Piramuthu, S. (2019, November). “Crit- ical Evaluation of RFID Applications in Healthcare”. In International Conference on Future Network Systems and Security, 240-248, Springer, Cham.
  • Zhao, L., Chi, H., Zhou, W., & Jiang, Y. (2018, January). “Online Retailing Channel Addition: Risk Alleviation or Risk Maker?”, In Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Confer- ence on System Sciences
  • DMello, O., Gelin, M., Khelil, F. B., Surek, R. E., & Chi, H.∗ (2018, July). “Wearable IoT Security and Privacy: A Review from Technology and Policy Perspective” In International Conference on Future Network Systems and Security (pp. 162-177), Springer, Cham.
  • Chi, H., Zhou, W., Piramuthu S., (2017), “Temporal Ownership Boundary in Sharing Economy”, Lecture Notes of Business Information Processing
  • Chi, H., Wei Z., (2017), “Sharing, Giving or Reselling: An Economic Analysis”, In Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Working papers

  • Chi, H., Zhou, W., Piramuthu S.,& Michael Z., “Self-Cannibalization of Durable Goods with Shar- ing: A Producer Perspective”, 2th-round Revise & Resubmit by Management Information Systems Quarterly
  • Chi, H., Gu, C., Zhou, W., & Piramuthu S.,“Event-Level Newsvendor Problem”
  • Albrecht, J., & Chi, H.∗.“Emerging Competition Among Financing, Leasing and Subscribing car: Supply-Side Analysis”
  • Chi, H., Rekik Y., &, Zhou, W., “Cooperation among the government, manufacturer and sharing platforms in the EV market”
  • Chi, H., & Rekik., “Pricing for anticipatory shipment”

Thesis (Doctoral Dissertation)

Perspectives of the Sharing Economy: Temporal Ownership Boundary, Self-cannibalizing Supplier, New Business Model & Data Policy

Christophe PARNET Post-doctorate Student

Biography

Coming from a university background that combines political science and sociology, I have developed two research fields. The first one concerns the contemporary transformations of urban power through metropolitan reform. Beyond institutional changes, I am interested in the mobilizations of elected officials, experts, and civil society in favor of or against metropolization, for what these mobilizations tell us about local democracy. The second one relates to a completely different type of mobilization: the Yellow Vests movement. My research focuses on in its internal power relationships, its evolution, as well as the way it produces specific forms of politisation for those who take part in it.

Degrees

  • 2021 : Doctorate in Political Science – Université de Lyon – France
  • 2012 : Master in Policy analysis - Sciences Po Lyon - France

Expertises and/or research topics

  • Metropolitan construction: sociology of territorial reforms, sociology of local power, metropolization, state-territory relations
  • Yellow vests movement: local mobilizations, (dis)engagement, politicization

Publications

Book chapters

  • Parnet Christophe, « La politique des transports, outil de légitimation de la métropole Aix-Marseille-Provence », in Mathieu Flonneau, Maxime Huré et Arnaud Passalacqua (dir.), Métropoles mobiles : défis institutionnels et politiques de la mobilité dans les métropoles françaises, Presses universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, 2021, p. 79-94
  • PARNET Christophe, « Le projet de fusion métropole-département Aix Marseille-Provence : les contours incertains du macronisme territorial », in Patrick LE LIDEC (dir.), Emmanuel Macron et les réformes territoriales : finances et Institutions, Berger Levrault, 2020, p. 195-215.
  • Parnet Christophe, « Le temps comme instrument de dépolitisation ? Réforme territoriale et « urgence métropolitaine », le cas de Lyon », in G. Marrel et R. Payre (dir.), Temporalité(s) politique(s) : le temps dans l'action politique collective, De Boeck Supérieur, Ouvertures politiques, 2018, p. 135-148.
  • Parnet Christophe, « Two faces of the city: varieties of metropolitanisation in Lyon and Marseille », in A. Cole et R. Payre (dir.), Cities as political objects: historical evolution, analytical categorisations and institutional challenges of metropolitanisation, Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cities series, 2016, p. 241-264

Academic articles

  • PARNET Christophe, « Entrepreneurs de métropole : la mobilisation des représentants patronaux pour la métropole marseillaise (2004-2017) », Gouvernement et action publique, 2020, vol. 2020/1, nᵒ 9, p. 87-114
  • PARNET Christophe, « La métropole, une affaire d'élus : la mise à distance des citoyens dans la réforme territoriale (2012-2016) », Participations, 2020, vol. 2020/1-2, nᵒ 26-27, p. 105-134
  • Devaux Jean-Baptiste, Lang Marion, Lévêque Antoine, Parnet Christophe et Thomas Valentin, « La banlieue jaune : enquête sur les recompositions d'un mouvement », La Vie des idées, 30 avril 2019

Thesis (Doctoral Dissertation)

« Du modernisateur au notable : la métropole comme instrument de pouvoir. Étude comparée des constructions métropolitaines de Lyon et d'Aix-Marseille-Provence », Thèse pour l'obtention du Doctorat de Science politique, presented on May 21, 2021

Marjolaine ROSTAIN Post-doctorate Student

Jannsen SANTANA
Post-doctorate Student

Biography

I am a researcher and educator in Management Science, mainly marketing and consumer culture studies. My research interest spans on the role of cultural belief structures (e.g. religion, environmental beliefs) in shaping consumer culture and behaviour. Moreover, I am interested in an eclectic array of areas through Consumer Culture Theory (CCT) lenses, such as Consumer Spirituality, Sustainability, Queer Studies, and Marketing Research for Social Impact. To date, I conduct qualitative research in massive spiritual marketplaces such as pilgrimages. My research has appeared in journals such as the Journal of Marketing Management and in conferences such as Association for Consumer Research Conference and Consumer Culture Theory Conference.

Degrees

  • 2021 : PhD in Management – Field : Marketing - Ecole Doctorale de Management Panthéon-Sorbonne at ESCP Business School – France
  • 2018 : Master in Business Administration – Field : Marketing - FGV EAESP (Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas) -Brazil

Professional experience

  • 2015-2016 : NGO – Agir & Educar - Assistant Manager - In charge of the management of events on the education sector
  • 2012-2014 : Full Vision - Cliente Oculto (Brazil) - HR Manager and Founder - Consulting through mystery shopper research

Expertises and/or research topics

Consumption of experiences
Sustainable Consumption and Production
Queer Studies

Courses taught at emlyon business school

  • Service Experience

Awards

  • 2020 First Annual BESH Doctoral Research Award (Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt). Third Place Research Award.

Associations

  • Association for Consumer Research
  • Consumer Culture Theory

Publications

Book chapters

Santana, J., Husemann, K., & Eckhardt, G. (Forthcoming). Digital Consumer Spirituality. In Belk, R. & Llamas, R. (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Digital Consumption. Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group.

Academic articles

Santana, J., & Botelho, D. (2019). 'If it comes from Juazeiro, it's blessed'! Liquid and solid attachment in systems of object itineraries of pilgrimages. Journal of Marketing Management, 35(5-6), 514-539. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2019.1592210

Press articles

Santana, J. & Badot, O. (2020). Self-care during the pandemic and beyond: Implications for consumption and well-being. ESCP Impact Papers No. 2020-08-EN. ESCP Research Institute of Management (ERIM).

Thesis (Doctoral Dissertation)

Santana, J. (2021). Consuming the Spiritual Market: an ethnography in pilgrimage sites. (To be defended in December 2021).Doctoral dissertation, ESCP Business School

Haitao YU
Post-doctorate Student

Biography

Haitao Yu is an organizational scholar at emlyon business school in France. Haitao conducts research on organizations and sustainable development through the lens of place and space, using ethnographic and visual methods. A member of an ethnic minority from west China, he has conducted fieldwork with a luxury enterprise in a nomadic village on the Tibetan Plateau, and a natural heritage organization in an Indigenous community on the border between Ontario and Michigan. His research has appeared in Strategic Organization and leading global academic conferences. Haitao obtained his Ph.D. in General Management (Sustainability) from Ivey Business School at Western University in Canada.

Degrees

  • 2021 : PhD in Sustainability - Ivey Business School, Western University – Canada
  • 2014 : MSc in Sustainable Development – HEC Paris – France

Professional experience

  • 2015 - 2016 : Research Assistant - China Europe International Business School – China
  • 2015 : Consultant - Devenco Investment and Consulting - Cambodia

Expertises and/or research topics

Business sustainability and corporate social responsibility
Place and space
Globalization and international business
Innovation and entrepreneurship
Qualitative methods

Awards

  • 2020 : The Administrative Science Quarterly Globalizing Organization Theory PDW scholarship, the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) Division of the Academy of Management
  • 2019 : Fetzer Scholarship, the Management Spirituality and Religion (MSR) Group of the Academy of Management
  • 2019 : Runner-up, the Most Promising Dissertation Proposal Competition, the Management Spirituality and Religion (MSR) Group of the Academy of Management
  • 2018 : Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), Ontario Government
  • 2013 : Eiffel Excellence Scholarship, French Ministry of International Affairs

Other Accolades

  • 2014 : Hult Prize Global Finalist, Hult Prize Foundation
  • 2010 : Google Social Innovation Cup National Winner, Google China (Raised 42,000 RMB from Google China)

Associations

  • Academy of Management
  • Academy of International Business
  • European Group for Organizational Studies

Publications

Academic articles

  • Corley, K., Bansal, P., and Yu, H. 2021 “An Editorial Perspective on Judging the Quality of Inductive Research When the Methodological Straightjacket Is Loosened.” Strategic Organization 19(1): 161–75.

Case studies

  • Dow Greater China: Localizing the Corporate Sustainability Strategy, Harvard Business Publishing
  • Norlha: Scaling Up Sustainable Luxury on the Tibetan Plateau, Ivey Publishing
  • Syngenta and Thought for Food: A Food-Security Innovation Platform, Ivey Publishing

Thesis (Doctoral Dissertation)

Yu, Haitao, "Organizing and sustainable development between the local and global: The case of a Tibetan enterprise" (2021). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository. 7924.
https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/etd/7924