Carnets de la Consommation – Appel à contributions, numéro spécial Consommation & Espace

L’épidémie de Covid-19 a créé une rupture dans nos routines de consommation notamment sur le plan spatial et territorial. En limitant les possibilités pour un individu de sortir de son domicile, l’épisode de confinement a transformé rapidement et en profondeur la consommation de l’espace et les espaces de consommation. L’espace domestique s’en trouve réinvesti, réapproprié. […]
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Vient de paraître : « Maintaining legitimacy in contested mature markets through discursive strategies: The case of corporate environmentalism in the French automotive industry », (Debenedetti A., Philippe D., Chaney D. and Humphreys A.)

Abstract Market-level studies based on institutional theory have gained prominence in recent marketing research seeking to investigate legitimation dynamics. Although these studies have paid particular attention to how organizations build legitimacy in new markets, they have rarely explored legitimations strategies in mature markets, which mostly remain the prerogative of organizational theory. Such emphasis on new […]
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Mathieu Alemany Oliver

Professeur de Marketing à la Toulouse Business School (Social & Innovation Marketing) Mathieu Alemany Oliver est professeur et co-responsable du MSc management des activités culturelles et créatives à TBS Education. Selected publications Alemany Oliver, M., and Belk, R. W. (Eds.)(2021), Like A Child Would Do: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Childlikeness in Past and Current Societies, […]
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Pascale Ezan

Professeure des Universités en Sciences de Gestion à l’Université Le Havre Normandie (Laboratoire NIMEC) Pascale Ezan est professeure des universités en sciences de gestion. Elle a été pendant vice-présidente en charge de la recherche et de l’innovation à l’université Le Havre Normandie (2016-2020). Au sein de son laboratoire, le NIMEC (Normandie Innovation Marché Entreprise et […]
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Federico García Baena

Ph.D. Candidate in Marketing at IAE Poitiers – University de Poitiers (CEREGE) Federico García Baena is currently PhD candidate under the supervision of Professor Thomas Stenger (CEREGE). His doctoral research focuses on the self-tracking experience of the culturally situated boxer, CrossFit, and fitness enthusiasts. With an ethnographic method, Federico dived in these different sub-cultures for […]
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Adèle Gruen

Lecturer in Marketing at Goldsmith – University of London (Institute of Management Studies) Adèle Gruen is a Lecturer in Marketing at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she is the Programme Director for the MSc Consumer Behaviour, and teaches Consumer Behaviour and Consumer Culture. Adele’s research interests are grounded in consumer culture. First, she explores the […]
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Raficka Hellal-Guendouzi

Lecturer & Researcher in Marketing at EM Strasbourg (HuManiS UR 7308) Raficka Hellal-Guendouzi is a Lecturer & Researcher at EM Strasbourg Business School, University of Strasbourg. She first started her corporate career holding various positions in marketing and consulting for ten years. She subsequently joined the fields of academic teaching and research.She defended her doctoral […]
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Insaf Khelladi

Associate Professor in Marketing at ICD Business School (Paris) Insaf Khelladi is an Associate Professor of marketing at ICD Business School (Paris). She holds a PhD in Management from the University of Côte d’Azur, an MBA in Global Finance from IAE Nice, and a BA in financial economics from Algiers University. She has 8 years […]
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Christine Lambey-Checchin

Associate Professor at University of Clermont-Auvergne, IAE School of Management, Laboratoire CleRMa   Christine Lambey-Checchin teaches retailing, pricing, marketing, organisation studies and sustainable purchasing. Her research focuses in the area of pricing and value in different domains, especially in retailing and services. Additionally, her research interests lie in business practices and innovation, in relation to […]
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