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  • Signaux de réputation : la confiance, un facteur décisif

    Reputational signals: the centrality of trust

    Published on 16 January 2022

    A research paper, recently published in the leading business science journal Management Decision, has furthered understanding of the relationship between formal and informal reputational signals, stakeholder trust and intention to donate. Though the...

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    Do Energy Prices Influence Buying Behavior?

    Published on 06 December 2021

    A research paper, published in August 2021 in the Journal of Public Economics, identifies the criteria for choosing appliances used by U.S. households based on changes in local energy prices.

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    Being a Woman and Becoming an Entrepreneur in Disadvantaged Urban Neighborhoods

    Published on 15 November 2021

    The Women & Economic Renewal Chair has initiated a vast action-research program, aiming at a better understanding of the place of women entrepreneurs' in Disadvantaged Urban Neighborhoods (QPVs) in France, around the world, and soon within the EU.

  • Thermostats intelligents : comment convaincre de futurs utilisateurs ?

    Smart Thermostats: How to Convince Future Users?

    Published on 18 October 2021

    In order to better understand the barriers facing the adoption of smart thermostats in the residential sector, three Grenoble Ecole de Management professors conducted an online survey of 5,500 people in eight European countries.

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    Low-Carbon Investments: how do they impact socio-economic inequalities in Brazil?

    Published on 16 October 2021

    A study published in 2020 in the scientific journal Climate Policy measured the impact of low-carbon foreign investment on inequality, employment, and poverty in Brazil. It gives recommendations for COP26.

  • Gazi Islam, chercheur à Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Ethics in business: is it just a matter of individual psychology?

    Published on 13 September 2021

    Gazi Islam, a Lecturer and Researcher at Grenoble Ecole de Management, points out the importance of the social, economic, political, and cultural context and structure in ethical decision-making at an individual level.