Brownbag Semniars 2014-2015
Seminar 1: September 24th, 2014. Alireza Ahmadsimab (ESSEC).
"Collaboration and confrontation: Dynamics of different institutional logics and resource dependence in cross sector partnerships"
Seminar 2: November 26th, 2014. Annika Beelitz (Bangor University).
"Using discursive framing to maintain organisational legitimacy after the Fukushima disaster"
Seminar 3: December 17th, 2014. Amélie Mernier (Université Catholique de Louvain).
"Strategy for financing foundations: how do they create and capture value?"
Seminar 4: January 14th, 2015. Marie-Laure Djelic and Reza Mousavi (ESSEC).
"Understanding the Structural Architecture of Performative Ideologies— The Case of Atlas and Neoliberalism"
Seminar 5: January 28th, 2015. Arthur Gautier (ESSEC).
"Bound to fail yet successful: Understanding the institutionalization processes of contested practices"
Seminar 6: February 11th, 2015. Hyemi Shin (ESSEC).
"CSR professional? Yes, I am! Sensemaking and sensegiving of professionalization of the CSR field"
Seminar 7: March 18th, 2015. Helen Etchanchu (ESSEC).
" Why won't you listen to me? - The Role of Discursive Legitimacy during Episodes of Contention"
Seminar 8: April 1st, 2015. Nadine Arnold (IDHES ENS Cachan).
"Valuing and institutionalizing moral products"
Seminar 9: April 15th, 2015. Aurelien Acquier and Pilar Acosta (ESCP Europe)
"CSR as a process of dis-embedding business from society in developing countries: a case study in Latin America"
Seminar 10: May 20th, 2015. Chika Oka (Royal Holloway).
"Private, public and social power: Interactive governance for better labour conditions in garment supply chains"
Seminar 11: June 3rd, 2015. Adrian Zicari and Hyemi Shin (ESSEC).
"Don’t Judge by Its Cover! Comparative Study on the Evolution of CSR Reporting in Brazil and South Korea"
Seminar 12: June 10th, 2015. Marion Ligonie (ESSEC).
"Performativity in the making: Applying the theory of shared value"
Brownbag Seminars 2013-2014
Seminar 1: September 30th, 2013. Helen ETCHANCHU-SCHNEIDER & Marie-Laure DJELIC (ESSEC).
"Contextualizing Corporate Political Responsibilities: Neoliberal CSR in Historical Perspective".
Seminar 2: November 20th, 2013. Charles CHO (ESSEC).
"What is Important in Corporate Social Responsibility Information?""From a marriage of convenience to an open relationship: The change of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the change of the national business system in South Korea"
Seminar 3: January 8th, 2014. Hyemi SHIN (ESSEC).
Seminar 4: February 5th, 2014. Afshin MEHRPOUYA (HEC) and Marie-Laure DJELIC (ESSEC).
"Transparency – From Enlightenment to Neoliberalism or When a Norm of Liberation becomes a Tool of Governing"
Seminar 5: March 5th, 2014. Damien LAMBERT (ESSEC).
"The Proxy Advisor and the Negotiation of Fiduciary Duties"
Seminar 6: April 2nd, 2014. Joel BOTHELLO (ESSEC)
"Strategic Regime Institutionalization: The Case of ICLEI"
Seminar 7: May 14th, 2014. Sandrine BLANC (INSEEC)
"Conscientious objection and exemptions in firms. A liberal egalitarian perspective"
Seminar 8: May 28th, 2014. Yesh NAMA (ESSEC).
"Where are the missing masses?' Bringing ANT back into the debate on materiality"
Brownbag Seminars 2012-2013
Seminar 1: September 19th, 2012. Chika Oka.
"Are Reputable Brands Socially Responsible? Exploring the Link between reputation and CSR"
Seminar 2: October 17th, 2012. Matthias Thiemann (ESSEC)
"Accounting for the financial crisis: the struggle over accounting rules for banks in France, Netherlands and Germany"
Seminar 3: November 28th, 2012. Arthur Gautier and Anne Claire Pache (ESSEC)
"The institutionalization of nonprofit professions within for profit organizations: a multilevel analysis of corporate philanthropy in France"
Seminar 4: December 12th, 2012. Alireza Ahmadsimab and Gilles van Wijk (ESSEC).
"Firm-NGO partnerships: substitution, hybridization or co-existence of logics"
Seminar 5: January 9th, 2013. Estefania Santacreu-Vasut (ESSEC).
"Language and Gender Economics"
Seminar 6: January 16th, 2013. Céline Baud (HEC).
"'Disciplining the neoliberal bank: Credit risk management under Basel II"
Seminar 7: February 6th, 2013. Sandrine Blanc (INSEEC).
"Corporate Democracy and Corporate Citizenship- A dialogue."
Seminar 8: March 20th, 2013. Lisa Baudot (ESSEC).
"GAAP Convergence of Convergence gap? A study of the process of global Accounting change"
Seminar 9: April 3rd, 2013. Wim van Lent (ESSEC).
"Local Elites versus Dominant Shareholders: Dividend Smoothing at the Dutch East India Company"
Seminar 10: April 17th. Joel Bothello (ESSEC).
"Constructing a sustainability narrative: A tale of two cities"
Seminar 11: April 24th. Philip Mader (ESSEC).
"Explaining and Quantifying the Extractive Success of Financial Systems: Microfinance and the financialisation of poverty"
Seminar 12: June 5th. Jan Lepoutre (Essec Business School).
“Theorizing organizational response to systemic problems: a longitudinal case study of two Kenyan firms responding to extreme poverty”
Seminar 13: June 12th. Anna Samsonova (Manchester Business School).
"Transnational self-regulation and the transforming roles of professional accountancy bodies: Towards a research agenda”
Brownbag Seminars 2011-2012
Seminar 1: October 19th, 2011. Imran Chowdhury (ESSEC)
"Multiple institutional logics and inter-organizational partnership: The dynamics of cooperation between social enterprises".
Seminar 2: November 30th, 2011. Cécile Renouard et Adrian Zicari (ESSEC)
"The forgotten issue in CSR. Why corporate tax issues are virtually absent in the CSR debate".
Seminar 3: January 18th, 2012. Sandrine Blanc (ESSEC)
“Workers’ moral agency in contemporary capitalism. A liberal critique”.
Seminar 4: March 21st, 2012. Russell Arthur Smith (Nanyang)
"Implications of Organizational Size on Corporate Social Responsibility Outcomes".
Seminar 5: March 28th, 2012. Chrystelle Richard & Anne Cazavan-Jeny (ESSEC)
"Constructing Market as an Answer to a Regulatory Accounting Vacuum: The Case of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Contracts".
Seminar 6: May 2nd, 2012. Joel Bothello (ESSEC)
"Constrained recipients: The role of legitimacy in organizational translation".
Seminar 7: June 6th, 2012. Laurent Bibard (ESSEC)
"Revisiting Identity and Difference: on Sexualities and Globalization".
Brownbag Seminars 2010-2011
Seminar 1: February 9th, 2011. Adrian Zicari (ESSEC)
"Jogo Bonito: Developing CSR methodologies in Brazil".
Seminar 2: March 23rd, 2011. Afshin Mehrpouya (ESSEC)
"From God to markets - Analysis of the role played by actors and institutions in mainstreaming of socially responsible investments". Paper to be sent for review to Organization Studies.
Seminar 3: April 27th, 2011. Anne-Claire Pache (ESSEC)
“When competing logics enter organizations - The politics of organizational responses to conflicting institutional demands”.
Seminar 4: May 25th, 2011. Sandrine Blanc (ESSEC)
"Corporate Democracy in a Declining Welfare State. A Rawlsian Perspective".