This study examines how multiple blockholder structures affect family firm performance.
The IFGE is happy to present you his English version of Guidelines for reasonable corporate governance – 2015 edition.
Nicolas Aubert and Xavier Hollandts publish an article in the Journal of Applied Business Research about the positive effects of shared capitalism on turnover and absenteeism.
Xavier Hollandt et Virgile Chassagnon publish an article in Journal of Institutional Economics.
La thèse d’Asma Fattoum porte sur les dilemmes et les pratiques des PDG fondateurs lorsqu’ils introduisent leur entreprise en bourse.
An inquiry into the role of working communities’ memory at ENEDIS (formerly ERDF).
Nicolas Aubert publishes an in Économie et Sociétés on the complementarity of the two forms of employee participation – to management and to capital – by linking them through the theory of giving.
Strong managers, strong owners : Corporate Governance and strategy, is the new book by Pierre-Yves Gomez and Harry Korine published at Cambridge University Press in 2013.
Nicolas Aubert, associated researcher at IFGE, published with Thomas Rapp an article on employees’ incitations to invest a part of their capital in stock purchase plans. The article was published in Journal of Financial Service Research.
Cambridge University Press, coauthored with Harry Korine, resident researcher affiliated to INSEAD. This analysis demonstrates how enterprise and entrepreneur intertwine with democracy to shape the fabric of contemporary liberal society.
Zied Guedri and Xavier Hollandts publish in Corporate Governance: An international Review, (vol. 16, iss.5, p.460-474) a research paper entitled “Beyond dichotomy: the curvilinear impact of employee ownership on firm performance”.
Xavier Hollandts and Zied Guedri have published a paper in the Revue Française de Gestion entitled “Les salariés capitalistes et la performance de l’entreprise” [for-profit employees and firm performance].
The two IFGE authors chose the Montreal AIMS strategic management conference to present a new communication on employee ownership schemes.
A new paper by E. Kaarsemaker (with E. Poutsma) associate researcher in the “shareholders vs investors” project.
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”.
Published by IFGE Director P.-Y. Gomez, with H. Korine from the London Business School, the paper entitled “Democracy and the evolution of Corporate Governance” in Corporate Governance: An International Review, 13, 6, 2005, pp. 739-752 led Cambridge University Press to publish the book Entrepreneurs and Democracy in 2008.
A book by Pierre-Yves Gomez and Harry Korine about how globalizing is strategically realized over time in companies that start from a narrow geographic base.