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Seminar : Lee Jarvis, Charles-Clemens Ruling & Gazi Islam (with Elke Schussler)

[31] [Mar 2017] [ 1:30 pm] [ ]


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Lee Jarvis 

Lee Jarvis is an assistant professor of organization and management theory at Grenoble Ecole de Management. He holds a bachelor’s in human resource management and an MBA from Western Kentucky University’s Gordon Ford College of Business and a Ph.D. in business administration with a specialization in organization theory from Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business. His research interests include the microfoundations of institutional change, social movement organizations’ attempts to affect industrial change, emotion and emotion regulation, individual identity construction in organizations, and organizational reputation management. His research has appeared in journals such asAcademy of Management Review, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, and International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy and been presented at regional, national, and international conferences.

Charles-Clemens Ruling

Charles-Clemens Rüling is a full professor of organization and management theory. He holds a postdoctoral research degree in management (HDR), a doctorate in social and economic sciences, and master degrees in sociology and business administration. He is an associate editor of Long Range Planning and an editorial board member of M@n@gement. A permanent member of IREGE research lab (Université Savoie Mont Blanc), he also serves as coordinator of the national research consortium "Better business models" (2014-2017). Charles-Clemens teaches management, organization theory, and research methods on graduate, postgraduate and executive levels. His main research projects focus on institutional dynamics, field configuring events and business model innovation.

 Gazi Islam

Gazi Islam is Associate Professor of Business Administration at Grenoble Ecole de Management. He completed his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior at Tulane University, where his research focused on organizational identity, voice, and power relations. His current research interests include the organizational antecedents and consequences of identity, and the relations between identity, group dynamics and the production of group and organizational cultures. His work been published in journals such as Organization Studies, Leadership Quarterly, Organization, Human Relations, The American Journal of Public Health, Journal of Business Ethics, and American Psychologist.


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