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FALANTIN Annie

PhD, Management, Information Systems

Annie FALANTIN has a PhD in Management Sciences. Her research focuses on technological blindness and liberal blindness: analogies, singularities and interactions in organizations. Since her arrival at Neoma Business School in 1991, she has specialized in the disciplines of Information Systems, Digital Enterprise, Project Management and Project Steering in the PGE, TEMA, and CESEM programs. In 2007, she was entrusted with the mission of designing the 5th year of the TEMA program to train students as pilots of innovative, complex and international projects. In this context, she has led more than 150 projects in partnership with local, national and international companies. From 2009 to 2013, she was in charge of the Management and Decision-making department. In June 2020, she directed, along with Serge Costa, the French adaptation of the reference book in Management of Information Systems by Laudon and Laudon at Pearson. In 2012, she and Thomas Canniot received the School's Pedagogical Innovation Award.

Areas of research

  • Information Systems
  • Technological blindness
  • Organizational blindness
  • Digital

Recent academic contributions

  • MEJRI, I., A.FALANTIN, "(Mis)match between entrepreneurs’ needs and equity crowdfunding platform services at different stages of the funding process" in 18th Annual Conference of The European Academy of Management (EURAM), 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland

Academic Journals

  • FALANTIN, A., C.KARYOTIS, "Vache folle, finance folle, une traçabilité nécessaire pour rétablir la confiance", La Revue du Financier, December 2011, no. 192, pp. 7-17

Academic conferences

  • MEJRI, I., A.FALANTIN, "(Mis)match between entrepreneurs’ needs and equity crowdfunding platform services at different stages of the funding process" in 18th Annual Conference of The European Academy of Management (EURAM), 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • FALANTIN, A., C.KARYOTIS, "Shadow banking et paradis fiscaux, aveuglement et/ou déresponsabilisation ?" in RIODD (Réseau International de Recherche sur les Organisations et le Développement Durable), 2017, Paris, France