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Laboratoire de recherche en Management (LAREQUOI)

Laboratory presentation

LAREQUOI is the Management Research Laboratory of the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. It is associated with the ISM (Institut Supérieur de Management). Created in 1998 by Professors Annie Bartoli and Philippe Hermel, LAREQUOI has been recognised since then as a "Welcome Team" (EA n°2452) by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research. In this capacity, he supervises the 12 Master's degree courses (including 1 research master's degree) in management sciences.

The research carried out within LAREQUOI is centred around a multidisciplinary approach to management, which leads researchers to combine a wide range of skills, mainly focused on management sciences and more particularly on strategic management, organisation and public management, but enriched by complementary scientific approaches (education, information and communication sciences, sociology and social psychology), to respond to transversal issues.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Organizational crisis preparedness during the COVID-19 pandemic: an investigation of dynamic capabilities and organizational agility roles Younès El Manzani 01/13/23 International Journal of Organizational Analysis
Outsidership, network positions and cooperation among internationalizing smes an industry evolutionary perspective François Goxe 06/01/22 International Business Review
The influence of stakeholders in the process of accepting or rejecting social innovations Sylvain MBONGUI-KIALO 01/01/22 Journal of General Management
The learning organisation: choice of a model and study of its empirical modeling Yacine Hannachi 01/01/21 Technology Analysis and Strategic Management
The “new agricultural collectivism”: How cooperatives horizontal coordination drive multi-stakeholders self-organization Christophe Assens 12/01/20 Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management
Strategy and management of collaborative innovation: Exploring the European context Soufiane Kherrazi, Karim Saïd 05/20/20 Innovations
Tight Mapping: A Concrete Procedure for Borrowing from Radical Traveling Theories Philippe Accard 03/01/20 European Management Review
Management control of collaborative innovation: design and structuring mode Soufiane Kherrazi 01/01/20 European Journal of Innovation Management
Towards territorial leadership: missions and roles of territorial public organizations (TPO) Charlène Arnaud 09/01/19 International Review of Administrative Sciences
The challenges of addressing stakeholders’ expectations through corporate non-market strategies in emergent countries: The GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) case Karim Saïd 02/21/19 Critical Perspectives on International Business
Subjective evaluation of aggregate supply scenarios in the Ile-de-France region with a view to a circular economy: The ANR AGREGA research project Philippe Lanceleur 01/01/19 International Journal of Sustainable Development
Resilience and effectuation for a successful business takeover Benjamin Vedel 11/05/18 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research
National strategy for promotion of Russian universities in the world market of education services Gilles Rouet 01/01/18 International Journal of Educational Management
Towards a responsible public action: Tautology or emerging issue? Annie Bartoli 01/01/18 Revue Francaise d'Administration Publique
Toward a transparent and responsible public action? The case of open government partnership Annie Bartoli 01/01/18 Revue Francaise d'Administration Publique
The need for responsible care of young schizophrenics in their regular environment Jihane Sebai, Aline Courie-Lemeur 01/01/18 Revue Francaise d'Administration Publique
Patient-Centered Care model and New Public Management: Confluence and paradox Jihane Sebai 01/01/18 Sante Publique
Knowledge transfer in international asymmetric alliances: the key role of translation, artifacts, and proximity Fadia Bahri Korbi 09/01/17 Journal of Knowledge Management
Multiprofessional Health Care Centres in France. A real dynamic but an organizational model still to be achieved Jihane Sebai 01/01/17 Revue Francaise d'Administration Publique

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)