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Presentation of PHD Thesis in management and organisation studies.
Sébastien Dérieux, researcher at IFGE, presented a paper at the international workshop “Business History in mutation”organized in Lyon on April 10, 2014.
The “2nd International Conference on Debt crises and Financial stability: Global issues and Euro‐Mediterranean
perspectives”, will take place on 15 to 16 April 2014 in Toulon. This Conference will be a joint effort of the Université
de Toulon and Kirklareli University. The Conference deliberations will be on the following themes:
In their new book, Harry Korine and Pierre-Yves Gomez address the links between strategy and governance.
Comme chaque année, MiddleNext a confié à l’IFGE l’analyse des entreprises qui se sont référées à son code de gouvernance pour l’exercice 2011. Publié en décembre 2009, le code de gouvernance MiddleNext a pour vocation de proposer aux entreprises cotées moyennes et petites des recommandations fondées sur une gouvernance “raisonnable” et compatibles avec leur taille, leur structure de capital et leur histoire.
Aurélien Eminet and Zied Guedry research fellows at the french corporate governance institute won the price of the best article published in the prestigious review: Corporate Governance, an international review.
The thesis authored by INSEEC research professor and IFGE associate lecturer Xavier Hollandts exploring the effects of employee profit-sharing schemes on business performance has been awarded the Equity prize.
The French Corporate Governance Institute has released the first results drawn from the enquiry led alongside the French association for progressive management (Association pour le Progrès du Management; APM).
Pierre Bilger, former Alstom CEO, responds to the column on executive pay published by Pierre-Yves Gomez in French national broadsheet Le Monde.
The joint IFGE/ESDES/LEFI lecture series for 2008-2009, led in tandem with the EMLYON Business School, the Université Catholique de Lyon and Université Lyon II, will focus on “economics and the managership of intangible assets”.
Pierre-Yves GOMEZ was invited to Milan to speak at the annual Italian business leaders’ open day hosted by SDA Bocconi School of Management on 21 October 2008. His lecture was focused on changing patterns in French corporate governance.
The Macif University Campus hosted a conference for its resident executive and senior management staff on the topic: “Repurposing entrepreneurship: hype or reality?” ». EMLYON debated with three other elite grandes écoles: INSEAD, HEC, & the Essec. Pierre-Yves GOMEZ discoursed on “governance in social economics as a paradigm shift”.
Bertrand Valiorgue defended his doctoral thesis on the role of middle-managers in the voluntary internalization of negative externality. The jury unanimously awarded summa cum laude honours.
Pierre-Yves Gomez was a speaker at the 17 March 2008 seminar entitled “Institutionalist stances on CSR” featured in the ANR 2006-2010 programme “Perspectives for a CSR-driven regulatory framework” coordinated by Julienne Brabet (Paris XII University – Management Research Institute; IRG).
The European Corporate Governance Group met at Barcelona the 5th of february.
New 2008 IFGE 2008 lecture series: “Enterprise, Governance and Society”. The schedule has now been released.
Xavier Hollandts and Zied Guedri spoke about their latest researches at the 27th conference of the Strategic Management Society from 14th to 17th of october 2007 : “When Labor Has A Voice: The Impact Of Employee Ownership On CEO Dismissal”.
Marco Caramelli, professor at INSEEC and associate researcher at IFGE just published with Alain Briole “Employee Share Ownership and Job Attitudes: Does Culture Matter?” Human Resource Management Review, Vol.17, No 3, pp.290-304.
In partnership with the French Association for progressive management (Association Progrès du Management; APM), the IFGE has completed the process of data collection for a national survey on the Governance of Small and Medium Enterprises.
‘Salaried Administratorship’: class of 2006-2007 graduation ceremony.
In partnership with Le Figaro newspaper, EM LYON’s “Grands Dirigeants / Learning from Leaders” series was proud to play host to Martin BOUYGUES.
Before a jury from Pierre Mendès-France University of Grenoble, Jean-Charles Clément defended his doctoral thesis entitled “The role of proxy fights in corporate governance”.