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Axe de recherche - CSR

Sous la direction de Ralf Barkemeyer, le centre d’excellence de KEDGE dédié à la Responsabilité Sociétale des Entreprises (RSE) crée du savoir grâce à ses activités de recherche, partage ce savoir à travers ses activités de formation et contribue à la diffusion des bonnes pratiques auprès des entreprises.

Les enjeux de la recherche

Fort de 15 enseignants-chercheurs, le centre d’excellence Corporate Social Responsibility de KEDGE figure parmi les plus importants pôles européens de recherche et d'enseignement supérieur dédiés à la responsabilité sociétale des entreprises au sens large. Ses thématiques de recherche sont :

  • l’économie circulaire,
  • les enjeux environnementaux, le changement climatique et les stratégies carbone,
  • les impacts sociaux (y compris sur chaque collaborateur à titre individuel) et sociétaux (relations avec les territoires, les populations et les parties prenantes locales),
  • l’éthique et les droits humains,
  • la réconciliation de la performance financière et des performances environnementale et sociale, les arbitrages en matière de développement durable.

Les profils des experts sont extrêmement variés et l'approche se veut résolument transversale et interdisciplinaire. Elle est aussi très internationale puisque le centre fédère des experts venus de toute l'Europe.

L'impact sur l'enseignement 

Tous les programmes et tous les cursus de KEDGE intègrent une composante CSR. Dans le cadre du Programme Grande École, les étudiants peuvent choisir d'intégrer une spécialisation CSR, et à la rentrée 2019, une majeure à part entière du PGE sera spécifiquement consacrée à cette expertise.

L'impact sur les entreprises 

Le centre d'excellence développe et initie des collaborations avec de grandes entreprises comme BMW, Volkswagen, Suez, Lyonnaise des Eaux, ou encore ASDA (grande distribution au Royaume-Uni). Elles portent sur des sujets aussi diversifiés que :

  • l'égalité hommes/femmes,
  • l'évaluation des performances sociale et environnementale,
  • la consommation durable de masse,
  • la gouvernance des systèmes de distribution des eaux.

L'un des experts du groupe a, par exemple, lancé un projet de partenariat avec la « table ronde sur l’huile de palme durable » (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil ou RSPO). Toutes ces collaborations ont en commun de générer des connaissances utiles et utilisables et d'aider les entreprises à appréhender des problématiques concrètes. C'est ainsi, notamment, que le centre :

  • élabore des outils tels que des codes de conduite et autres systèmes de reporting,
  • aide à construire les stratégies carbone,
  • accompagne les entreprises dans leur mise en conformité avec les réglementations environnementales.

L'impact sur l'écosystème

Chaque année depuis 2005, le centre co-organise la Corporate Responsibility Research Conference (en partenariat avec le Business and Organisations for Sustainable Societies Research Group de l'Université de Leeds, au Royaume-Uni).

De plus, les enseignants-chercheurs participent à de nombreuses conférences internationales telles que la conférence annuelle de l'Academy of Management (USA). L'un de ses membres figure au comité de l’International Association for Business and Society (IABS).

Les partenariats

La politique de partenariat du centre se décline en fonction des profils, des parcours internationaux et des projets propres à chacun de ses membres. Il peut s’agir de thèses CIFRE (conventions industrielles de formation par la recherche), de chaires, de partenariats de recherche, etc.
Parmi les exemples d’entités partenaires, on peut notamment citer l'Université de Leeds. En plus de la Corporate Responsibility Research Conference, celle-ci coorganise chaque mois un webinar (un séminaire virtuel) avec le centre d’excellence.
Des relations régulières sont également entretenues, entre autres, avec l'université de Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, en Australie, et un rapprochement s’opère avec l'Université de Bordeaux.

Les Publications récentes

Les membres du centre d’excellence publient des articles dans des publications de premier plan telles que l’Academy of Management Review, Organization Studies, Business Ethics Quarterly ou le Journal of Business Ethics.
De plus, plusieurs d’entre eux contribuent, en tant que rédacteurs en chef adjoints, à des de revues de premier plan comme le Journal of Management Inquiry, le Journal of Business Ethics ou Business Ethics: A European Review.
Particularité du centre d’excellence CSR : il génère aussi des parutions en dehors de la littérature managériale, par exemple dans la revue Nature.

Les membres 

 

Publications

Gold, M., Rees, C. & Preuss, L. (2020) Moving out of the comfort zone? Trade union revitalisation and corporate social responsibility. Journal of Industrial Relations, 62, 132-155.
Ashraf, N. Comyns, B., Tariq, S. & Chaudhry, H. R. (2020) Carbon performance of firms in developing countries: The role of financial slack, carbon prices and dense network. Journal of Cleaner Production, 253, 119-253.
Barkemeyer, R., Faugère, C., Gergaud, O., Preuss, L. (2020) Media attention to large-scale corporate scandals: Hype and boredom in the age of social media. Journal of Business Research, 109, 385-398.
Bojovic, N., Sabatier, V., Coblence, E. (2020) Becoming through doing: How experimental spaces enable organizational identity work. Strategic Organization, 18, 20-49.
Chen Y. & Moosmayer, D.C. (2020) When guilt is not enough – Interdependent self-construal as moderator of the relationship between guilt and ethical consumption in a confucian context. Journal of Business Ethics, 161, 551-572.
Hanoteau, J., Vial, V. (2020) Institutional quality, conforming and evasive entrepreneurship. Eurasian Business Review, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1007/s40821-020-00151-z. 
Hirsch, P., Zyglidopoulos, S., Alekos, P. (2020) Can a leader of moral character survive and do good in a corrupt organization? Organizational Dynamics, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orgdyn.2020.100753. 
Laasch, O., Moosmayer.D.C., Arp, F. (2020) Responsible Practices in the Wild: An actor-network view on learning for responsible practices as translation through mobile apps. Accepted for publication by Journal of Business Ethics, 161, 253–277.
Laasch, O., Moosmayer, D. C., Antonacopoulou, E. & Schaltegger, S. (2020) Constellations of Transdisciplinary Practices: A Map and Research Agenda for the Responsible Management Learning Field. Journal of Business Ethics, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-020-04440-5

Meschi, P.-X., & Norheim-Hansen, A. (2020) Partner-diversity effects on alliance termination in the early stage of green alliance formation: Empirical evidence from carbon-emission reduction projects in Latin America. Business Strategy and the Environment, 29, 250-261.
Moosmayer, D. C., Abdulrahman, M.D.-A., Subramanian, N. & Bergkvist, L. (2020) Strategic and operational remanufacturing mental models A study on Chinese automotive consumers buying choice. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOPM-12-2018-0684.
Moosmayer, D.C., Laasch, O., Parkes, C. & Brown, K.G. (2020) The SAGE Handbook of Responsible Management Learning and Education. London: SAGE. Table of content available at https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/the-sage-handbook-of-responsible-management-learning-and-education/book262890.    
Peillex, J. & Comyns, B. (2020) Pourquoi les sociétés financières décident-elles d’adopter les Principes des Nations Unies pour l’Investissement Responsable? Comptabilité, Contrôle, Audit, 26, 79-117.
Ashraf, N., Comyns, B., Ali Arain, G. & Ahmed Bhatti, Z. (2019) The roles of network embeddedness, market incentives, and slack resources in the adoption of clean technologies by firms in developing countries. Climate Policy, 19, 556-570.
Barbat G. & André J.-M. (2019) Quelles compétences favorisent l'appropriation par les salariés d'une écostratégie ? Une étude exploratoire dans le secteur de la grande distribution. Revue Française de Gestion. 278, 55-75.
Barkemeyer, R., & Miklian, J. (2019) Responsible Business in Fragile Contexts: Comparing Perceptions from Domestic and Foreign Firms in Myanmar. Sustainability, 11, 598.
Barkemeyer, R., Salignac, F., & Argade, P. (2019). CSP and governance in emerging and developing country firms: Of mirrors and substitutes. Business and Politics. 21, 540-568. 
Bouraoui, K., Bensemmane, S., Ohana, M., Russo, M. (2019) Corporate social responsibility and employees’ affective commitment: A multiple mediation model. Management Decision, 57, 152-167.
Cotton, M., Barkemeyer, R., Renzi, B. G. & Napolitano, G. (2019) Fracking and Metaphor: Analysing Newspaper Discourse in the USA, Australia and the United Kingdom, Ecological Economics, 166, 106426.
Figge, F. & Thorpe, A. (2019) The symbiotic rebound effect in the circular economy. Ecological Economics, 163, 61-69.
Gardberg, N., Zyglidopoulos, S., Symeou, P. & Schepers., D. (2019) The impact of corporate philanthropy on reputation for corporate social performance. Business and Society, 58, 1177-1208.
Gold, M., Preuss, L. & Rees, C. (2019) Moving out of the comfort zone? Trade union revitalisation and corporate social responsibility. Journal of Industrial Relations, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1177/0022185619854473
Hanoteau, J. & Talbot, D. (2019) Impacts of the Québec carbon emissions trading scheme on plant-level performance and employment, Carbon Management, 10, 287-298.
Jaegler, A. (2019) Le management de la supply chain durable, Enjeux Numériques, Annales des Mines, 7, 34-38. 
Manzhynski, S. & Figge, F. (2019) Coopetition for sustainability: Between organizational benefit and societal good. Business Strategy and the Environment, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2400.    
Moosmayer.D.C., Chen Y. & Davis, S.M. (2019) Deeds not Words: A Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Influences of Corporate Sustainability and NGO Engagement on the Adoption of Sustainable Products in China. Journal of Business Ethics, 158, 135-154.
Moosmayer.D.C., Waddock, S., Huehn, M, Wang, L., Dierksmeier, C. & Gohl, C. (2019) Leaving the road to Abilene – A pragmatic approach to addressing the normative paradox of business education. Journal of Business Ethics, 157, 913-932.
Moreno-Camacho, C.A., Montoya-Torres, J.R., Jaegler, A. & Gondran, N. (2019) Sustainability metrics for real case applications of the supply chain network design problem: A systematic literature review. Journal of Cleaner Production, 231, 600-618.
Ohana, M. & Stinglhamber, F. (2019) Co‐workers' voice climate and affective commitment towards the team: A test of mediation and moderation, Human Resource Management Journal, 29, 395-412.

Peillex, J., Boubaker, S. & Comyns, B. (2019) Does It Pay to Invest in Japanese Women? Evidence from the MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index. Journal of Business Ethics, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-019-04373-8.

Pinkse, J., Hahn, T. & Figge, F. (2019) Supersized Tensions and Slim Responses? The Discursive Construction of Strategic Tensions Around Social Issues. Academy of Management Discoveries, 5, 314-340.

Salignac, F., Hamilton, M., Noone, J., Marjolin, A. & Muir, K. (2019) Conceptualizing Financial Wellbeing: An Ecological Life-Course Approach. Journal of Happiness Studies, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10902-019-00145-3.

Salignac, F., Marjolin, A. Noone, J. & Carey, G. (2019) Measuring dynamic collaborations: Collaborative health assessment tool. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 78, 227-249.
Salignac, F., Marjolin, A., Reeve, R. & Muir, K. (2019) Conceptualizing and measuring financial resilience: A multidimensional framework. Social Indicators Research, 145, 17-38.
Stinglhamber, F., Ohana, M., Caesens, G. & Meyer, M. (2019) Perceived organizational support: The interactive role of coworkers’ perceptions and employees’ voice. Employee Relations, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1108/ER-05-2018-0137.
Symeou, P., Zyglidopoulos, S. & Gardberg, N. (2019) Corporate environmental performance: Revisiting the role of organizational slack. Journal of Business Research, 96, 169-182.
Talbot, D. & Barbat, G. (2019) Water disclosure in the mining sector: An assessment of the credibility of sustainability reports. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1002/csr.1880.
Zyglidopoulos, S., Dieleman, M. & Hirsch, P. (2019) Playing the game: unpacking the rationale for organizational corruption in MNCs. Journal of Management Inquiry, early view available at https://doi.org/10.1177/1056492618817827.    
Arnéguy E, Ohana, M. & Stinglhamber, F. (2018) Organizational Justice and Readiness for Change: A Concomitant Examination of the Mediating Role of Perceived Organizational Support and Identification. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 1172.
Barkemeyer, R. (2018) Climate policy: Uncovering ocean-related priorities. Nature Climate Change, 7, 761-762.
Barkemeyer, R., Givry, P. & Figge, F. (2018) Trends and patterns in sustainability-related media coverage: A classification of issue-level attention. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 36, 937-962.
Barkemeyer, R., Preuss, L. & Ohana, M. (2018) Developing country firms and the challenge of corruption: Do company commitments mirror the quality of national-level institutions? Journal of Business Research, 90, 26-39.
Barouch, G. & Bey, C. (2018) Cost of quality and process model: improving accounting tools for attaining higher environmental efficiency. Journal of Cleaner Production, 181, 192-200.
Bensemmane, S., Ohana, M. & Stinglhamber, F. (2018) Team justice and thriving: a dynamic approach. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 33, 229-242.
Chintakayala, P.K., Young, C.W., Barkemeyer, R. & Morris, M. (2018) Breaking niche sustainable products out into the mainstream: the cases of organic milk and free range eggs. Business Strategy and the Environment, 27, 1039-1051.
Comyns, B. (2018) Climate change reporting and multinational companies: Insights from institutional theory and international business. Accounting Forum, 42, 65-77.
Comyns, B. & Franklin-Johnson, E. (2018) Corporate Reputation and Collective Crises: A Theoretical Development Using the Case of Rana Plaza. Journal of Business Ethics, 150, 159-183.
Figge, F., Thorpe, A., Givry, P., Canning, L. & Franklin-Johnson, E. (2018) Longevity and Circularity as Indicators of Eco-Efficient Resource Use in the Circular Economy. Ecological Economics, 150, 297-306.
Hahn, T. & Figge, F. (2018) Why architecture does not matter: On the fallacy of sustainability balanced scorecards. Journal of Business Ethics, 150, 919-935.
Hahn, T., Figge, F., Pinkse, J. & Preuss, L. (2018) A paradox perspective on corporate sustainability: Descriptive, instrumental, and normative aspects. Journal of Business Ethics, 148, 235-248.
Jaegler, A. (2018) Fractal Organization: Preparing for the Factory of the Future. IEEE Engineering Management Review, 46, 136-142.
Jaegler, Y., Jaegler, A., Burlat, P., Lamouri, S. & Trentesaux, D. (2018) The ConWip production control system: a systematic review and classification. International Journal of Production Research, 56, 5736-5756.
Meyer, M., Ohana, M. & Stinglhamber, F. (2018) The impact of supervisor interpersonal justice on supervisor-directed citizenship behaviors in social enterprises: a moderated mediation model. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 29, 2927-2948.
Norheim-Hansen, A. (2018) The virtues of green strategies: Some empirical support from the alliance context. Journal of Business Ethics, 151, 1161-1173.
Sislian, L., & Jaegler, A. (2018) A sustainable maritime balanced scorecard applied to the Egyptian Port of Alexandria. Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, 19, 101-110.
Stekelorum, R., Laguir, I., Courrent, J. M. & Jaegler, A. (2018) Extending CSR in SMEs’ upstream supply chains: a dynamic capabilities perspective. Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, 19, 233-251. 
Symeou, P., Zyglidopoulos, S. & Williamson, P. (2018) Internationalization as a Driver of the Corporate Social Performance of Extractive Industry Firms, Journal of World Business, 53, 27-38.
Thorpe, A. & Figge, F. (2018) Climate change and globalisation as ‘Double Exposure’: Implications for policy development. Environmental Science & Policy, 90, 54-64.
Barkemeyer, R., Figge, F., Hoepner, A., Holt, D., Kraak, J. M. & Yu, P. S. (2017) Media coverage of climate change: An international comparison. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 35, 1029-1054.
D’Antone, S., Canning, L., Franklin-Johnson, E. & Spencer, R. (2017) Concerned Innovation: The Ebb and Flow between Market and Society. Industrial Marketing Management, 64, 66-78.
Décamps, A. & Barbat, G. (2017) Gouvernance durable du service public de l’eau : une approche par les profils de territoires, Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 2, 297-334.
Décamps, A., Barbat, G., Carteron, J. C., Hands, V. & Parkes, C. (2017) Sulitest: A collaborative initiative to support and assess sustainability literacy in higher education. The International Journal of Management Education, 15, 138-152.
Figge, F., Givry, P., Canning, L., Franklin-Johnson, E. & Thorpe, A. (2017) Eco-Efficiency of virgin resources: A measure at the interface between micro and macro levels. Ecological Economics, 138, 12-21.
Hahn, T., Figge, F., Aragón-Correa, J. A. & Sharma, S. (2017) Advancing research on corporate sustainability: Off to pastures new or back to the roots? Business & Society, 56, 155-185.
Harding, N., Lee, H. & Ford, J. (2017) Towards a performative theory of resistance: Senior managers and revolting subject(ivitie)s. Organization Studies, 38, 1209-1232.
Jaegler, A., Bouzdine-Chameeva, T. & Mérieux, P. (2017) Où en est la logistique inverse dans le secteur aéronautique? Logistique & Management, 25, 70-83.
Jaegler, Y., Jaegler, A., Trentesaux, D., Burlat, P. & Lamouri, S. (2017) The CONWIP Production Control System: classification and discussion of current and future research avenues. Journal Européen des Systèmes Automatisés, 50, 197-211.
Liesen, A., Figge, F., Hoepner, A. & Patten, D. (2017) Climate Change and Asset Prices: Are Corporate Carbon Disclosure and Performance Priced Appropriately? Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 44, 35-62.
Meschi, P.-X., Norheim-Hansen, A., & Riccio, E. L. (2017) Match-making in international joint ventures in emerging economies: Aligning asymmetric financial strength and equity stake. Management International Review, 57, 411-440.
Norheim-Hansen, A. (2017) To ally or not to ally and why high-reputation firms can gain reputation from selecting lower-reputation partners. European Journal of International Management, 11(2), 227-250.
Renzi, B. G., Cotton, M., Napolitano, G., & Barkemeyer, R. (2017) Rebirth, devastation and sickness: analyzing the role of metaphor in media discourses of nuclear power. Environmental Communication, 11, 624-640.
Salignac F., Galea N. & Powell A. (2017) Institutional Entrepreneurs Driving Change: The Case of Gender Diversity in the Australian Construction Industry. Australian Journal of Management, 43, 152-169.
Salignac F., Wilcox T., Marjolin A. & Adams S. (2017) Understanding Collective Impact in Australia: A New Approach to Inter-Organizational Collaboration. Australian Journal of Management, 43, 91-110.
Young, C. W., Russell, S. & Barkemeyer, R. (2017) Social media is not the 'silver bullet' to reducing household food waste, a response to Grainger and Stewart. Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 122, 405-406.
Young, C. W., Russell, S., Robinson, C. & Barkemeyer, R. (2017) Can social media be a tool for reducing consumers' food waste? A behaviour change experiment by a UK retailer. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 117, 195-203.
Caesens, G., Stinglhamber, F. & Ohana, M. (2016) Perceived organizational support and well-being: a weekly study. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 31, 1214-1230.
Comyns, B. (2016) Determinants of GHG Reporting: An Analysis of Global Oil and Gas Companies. Journal of Business Ethics, 136, 349-369.
Franklin-Johnson, E., Figge, F. & Canning, L. (2016) Resource duration as a managerial indicator for Circular Economy performance. Journal of Cleaner Production, 133, 589-598.
Hahn, T., Pinkse, J., Preuss, L. & Figge, F. (2016) Ambidexterity for corporate social performance. Organization Studies, 37, 213-235.
Jaegler, A. (2016) Analyse d’une chaîne logistique durable dans le secteur du cuir. Journal Européen des Systèmes Automatisés, 49, 617-634.
Moosmayer, D.C. & Davis, S.M. (2016) Staking Cosmopolitan Claims – How Firms and NGOs Talk about Supply Chain Responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics. 135(3), 403-417.
Moosmayer, D.C., Niemand, T. & Siems, F.U. (2016) Ethical Reasoning in the Business-to-Business Negotiation: Evidence from Relationships in the Chemical Industry in Germany. Business Ethics: A European Review, 25, 128-143. 
Neugebauer, F., Figge, F. & Hahn, T. (2016) Planned or emergent strategy making? Exploring the formation of corporate sustainability strategies. Business Strategy and the Environment, 25, 323-336.
Ohana, M. & Meyer, M. (2016) Distributive justice and affective commitment in nonprofit organizations: Which referent matters? Employee Relations, 38, 841-858.
Preuss, L., Barkemeyer, R. & Glavas, A. (2016) Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Country Multinationals: Identifying Company and Country-level Influences. Business Ethics Quarterly, 26, 347-378.
Sislian, L., Jaegler, A. & Cariou, P. (2016) A literature review on port sustainability and ocean's carrier network problem. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 19, 19-26.
Zyglidopoulos, S., Williamson, P. & Symeou, P. (2016) The corporate social performance of developing country multinationals. Business Ethics Quarterly, 26, 379-406.

 

 

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