Faculty & Research
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The Future of Work
The future of knowledge
Innovative approaches to knowledge transfer like experiential learning or AI- and peer-guided technologies are transforming the way we learn in schools, universities, or organisations. The increasingly global and digital environment is also creating new challenges. This subarea analyses how various stakeholders act to equip in human capital our knowledge-intensive economies.
Ongoing research projects include:
- How to develop managerial competencies for industry 4.0?
- How to foster the development of experiential learning?
- What are the roles of gamification in the success of e-learning and knowledge transfer?
- How to hybridize learning?
JACQMIN, J., V. VINCENT, "Concernant les classements des établissements de l’enseignement supérieur, les mécanismes d’autorégulation semblent insuffisants", Le Monde, April 2022
JACQMIN, J. - "Le dessous des cartes des rankings- citation- Le Soir" - 2022, [city]
ACHARYA, A., S.SINGH, V.PEREIRA, P.SINGH, "Big Data, Knowledge Co-creation and Decision Making in Fashion Industry", International Journal of Information Management, October 2018, vol. 42, pp. 90-101
ALLAL-CHERIF, O., M.MAKHLOUF, "Using serious games to manage knowledge: The SECI model perspective", Journal of Business Research, May 2016, vol. 69, no. 5, pp. 1539-1543
BAMEL, N., V. PEREIRA, U. BAMEL, G. CAPPIELLO, "Knowledge management within a strategic alliances context: past, present and future", Journal of Knowledge Management, February 2021
JACQMIN, J., "Providing MOOCs: A FUN way to enroll students?", Information Economics and Policy, September 2019, vol. 48, pp. 32-39
JACQMIN, J., M. LEFEBVRE, "The effect of international accreditations on students' revealed preferences: Evidence from French Business schools", Economics of Education Review, December 2021, vol. 85
JACQMIN, J., M.LEFEBVRE, "Does sector-specific experience matter? The case of European higher education ministers", Research Policy, June 2016, vol. 45, no. 5, pp. 987-998
Workshop on « Causal inference in management research » - March 10, 2022- Paris Campus- Wondering what’s the idea behind a diff-in-diff design? What is so "natural" about natural-experimental methods? Willing to learn about the instrumental variable or the regression discontinuity design approach?
Research incubator, reading group, and roundtable around Open Science - October 28, 2021 – Paris Campus
Chairs, partners, and funded projects
Rachel Beaujolin gives her feedback on a unique pedagogical experience, the Deep Dive into Leadership, an initiative designed in partnership with FERRERO. Watch video
Professors: Oihab Allal-Chérif, Rachel Beaujolin, Carine Chemin-Bouzir, Subhadeep Datta, Alain Goudey, Julien Jacqmin, Bilal Jathol, Pierre Lescoat, Emmanouela Mandalaki, Vijay Pereira, Najma Saidani, Paul Sanders, Antoine Souchaud, Nathalie Subtil
Several projects in the sub-AE are the result of collaborations with researchers from international institutions such as : Indian Institute of Technology (IN), Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IN), ESCP Business School (FR), Grenoble Ecole de Management (FR), Université de Rennes (FR), Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) (FR), Griffith University (AU), Indian Institute of Management Rohtak (IN), Copenhagen Business School (DE), New Mexico State University (US), NMIMS University Mumbai (IN),Utrecht School of Governance (NL), University of Strasbourg (FR), Aix-Marseille School of Economics (FR), Normandy University (FR), College of Management-University of Massachusetts (US), Link Campus University Rome (IT)