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Membres & productions scientifiques

Maalaoui Adnane

Adnane Maalaoui is Director for entrepreneurship programs at IPAG Business School. His researches mainly focus on entrepreneurship issues and especially on disadvantaged entrepreneurs (elderly, refugees, disabled entrepreneurs, etc.). He is interested in topics such as: entrepreneurial intention and cognitive approach to entrepreneurship.

He mainly applies those questions to cases of diversity and social entrepreneurship. Adnan Maalaoui is the author of 20+ articles published in academic journals. Likewise, he is the author of articles published in professional journals, and in edited books. Adnane is also the author of a series of French speaking MOOCs on entrepreneurship.

Andréa calabro

Andrea Calabrò is Professor of Family Business & Entrepreneurship at IPAG Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in Management and Governance from the University of Rome Tor Vergata and has been Professor/Chairholder of Business Administration and Family Entrepreneurship at University of Witten/Herdecke (2011-2017). He co-founded the Family Business Research Strategic Interest Group (FBR SIG) at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) and is co-founder and organizer of the International Family Business Research Forum (IFBRF).

Since 2014 he serves as Associate Editor of Journal of Family Business Strategy. He has published journal articles on family firms, internationalization, and corporate governance in leading international peer-reviewed journals such as: Corporate Governance: An International Review, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Business Ethics, Family Business Review, International Business Review, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Family Business Strategy.

Julia Vincent Ponroy

Julia Vincent Ponroy is Professor of Management at IPAG Business School. She obtained both her Master’s degree (2010) and her PhD in Management Science (2016) from HEC Paris. The French association for research in human resources management (AGRH) awarded Julia’s dissertation with the FNEGE-AGRH Prize for the best dissertation defended in France in 2016 in the field of human resources management.

Julia is a specialist of family businesses. For instance, her dissertation tackles organizational identity issues in growing family firms. Specifically, it explores non-family members’ relationships to the family firm in which they work: using both qualitative and inductive research methods Julia’s work investigates the way non-family members contribute to building a family firm identity while they are not part of the owning family and explores the factors leading them to such behavior.

Dorra NAJAR

Dorra Najar is an associate professor of Finance at IPAG Business School where she teaches International Finance, Corporate Valuation, Cash Management and Private Equity. She holds a master’s degree (2007) and a Ph.D. in Finance (November 2012) from the University Paris Dauphine, with a nomination for thesis prise. She has published peerreviewed journal articles on private equity and venture capital.

Her research works are published in academic journals as the Journal of Business Ethics, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting … and in professional journals such as The World Financial Review, Option Droit & Affaires. She also wrote a book chapter published by Springer Science & Business.

Tristan BOYER

Tristan Boyer is a Professor of Economics at IPAG Business School and is Head of the Economics & Methodology department at IPAG. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from University of Paris X Nanterre as well as master’s degrees in economics and business law from the Universities of Paris I and Paris V.. Prior to teaching at IPAG Business School, Tristan Boyer was a Researcher at the University of Luxembourg, having worked as consultant and organization expert.

He has been published in many peer-review journals such as Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation, Small Business Economics and has authored book chapters such as “A quantitative longitudinal study about the financial and economic performance of downsizing companies” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. His Research mainly focuses on governance and entrepreneurship.

Brahim Gaies

Dorra Najar is an associate professor of Finance at IPAG Business School where she teaches International Finance, Corporate Valuation, Cash Management and Private Equity. She holds a master’s degree (2007) and a Ph.D. in Finance (November 2012) from the University Paris Dauphine, with a nomination for thesis prise. She has published peerreviewed journal articles on private equity and venture capital.

Her research works are published in academic journals as the Journal of Business Ethics, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting … and in professional journals such as The World Financial Review, Option Droit & Affaires. She also wrote a book chapter published by Springer Science & Business.

Periac, F., Vincent-Ponroy, J., & Bruna, M.G., 2017, “Les réseaux intra-organisationnels à vocation inclusive: leviers de développement soutenable à l’échelle sociétale ? », submitted to Management International.
Maalaoui, A., Perez, C., Bertrand, G., & Razgallah, M. (2018). 2" Cruel intention" or" entrepreneurial intention": what did you expect?. A Research Agenda for Entrepreneurial Cognition and Intention, 7.
Maâlaoui, A., Mejri, C. A., Lahouel, B. B., & Bertrand, G. (2018). De l’audace à l’ouverture au changement des étudiants en école de commerce: une approche de l’intention entrepreneuriale par les valeurs personnelles. Question (s) de management, (1), 103-117.
Baccari-Jamoussi, E., & Maâlaoui, A. (2017). The impact of family structure, marital status and the parental model on the business creation process among young Tunisian entrepreneurs. In Gender and Family Entrepreneurship (pp. 156-184). Routledge.
Razgallah, M., Zeribi, O., & Maalaoui, A. (2017). How social entrepreneurs manage resource constraints? A study of innovative bricolage. International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy, 12(4), 198-221.
Maâlaoui, A., & Germon, R. (2017). Entrepreneurial Intention through the Cognitive Psychology Approach: Past, Present and Future Research. Revue de l’Entrepreneuriat, 17(2), 17-26.
Walther, A., Calabrò, A. and Morner, M. (2017). Got a plan in the pipeline? Nominating committee’s information processing in executive successions. Management Decision, in press (Impact factor: 1.396).
Calabrò, A., Campopiano, G. and Basco, R. (2017). Principal-principal conflicts and family firm growth: the moderating role of business family identity. Journal of Family Business Management.
Lohe, F.W. and Calabrò, A. (2017). Please do not disturb! Differentiating board tasks in family and non-family firms during financial distress. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 33(1): 36-49 (Impact factor: 1.450).
Walther, A., Morner, M. and Calabrò, A. (2017). The role of behaviorally integrated nominating committees in non-executive director selection processes. European Management Journal, 35(3): 351-361 (Impact Factor: 2.481).
Calabrò, A., Campopiano, G. and Basco, R. (2017). Governance structure and internationalization of family-controlled firms: the mediating role of international entrepreneurial orientation. European Management Journal, 35(2): 238-248 (Impact Factor: 2.481).
Basco, R. and Calabrò, A. (2017). Who should sit there? Effects of family-oriented objectives on board composition. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 9(1): 81-99.