ICOR Research Seminar – by Lisa Buchter & Lucas Amaral

On November 24th, ICOR will receive Lisa Buchter (Emlyon) for discussing cooperative housing, based on her paper “Reorganizing domestic chores in Cooperative Housing: Rule reflexivity and the transformation of domestic spheres” (abstract available here).

Then, Lucas Amaral (IESEG) will present her research project on racism in social media, titled: ““I’m not racist, they’re just Facebook jokes: How organizations deal with viral racist incidents”, co-authored with Susan Cooper (King’s Business School, King’s College London). The abstract is available here.

ICOR Research Seminar – by Gazi Islam & Paulami Mitra

On November 7thmicrofinance will be at the center of the next ICOR Seminar’s discussions. First, Gazi Islam (Grenoble Ecole de Management) will present his research, co-authored with Rose Bote Ntondumu (Neoma Business School) and Tao Wang (Kyoto University), titled: “All Aboard? Discretionary work by Frontline Workers” (abstract available here).

Then, Paulami Mitra (IESEG) will present her research project “The impact of microfinance on women: A case-study on Peru”, co-authored with Juliette Louatron (IESEG), Thaïs Rolland, and Loïc Plé (IESEG).

ICOR Research Seminar – by John Hegarty & Wim van Lent

On September 23rd, an ICOR Seminar will take place on the theme of managers’ ethics. John Hegarty (IESEG) will present his paper entitled « On becoming a good manager”, followed by Wim van Lent (IESEG) who will present his paper “Soul-searching in the archives: Crisis, Temporality and Path dependence”. Wim van Lent’s abstract is available here.

ICOR Research Seminar – by Dirk Lindebaum

On February 17th,  Dirk Lindebaum (Grenoble Ecole du Management) presented his paper entitled « Reading the technological society to understand the mechanization of values and its ontological consequences » in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information available here.

ICOR Research Seminar – by Domenico Dentoni

On November 18th,  Domenico Dentoni (Montpellier Business School) presented his paper entitled «How vibrant materiality animates institutions: An ethnographic study of a Malawian dairy collective enterprise» in the context of an ICOR research seminar. More information available here.