03
juillet
2020

Florence PALPACUER - Professeur des Universités

Florence PALPACUER

Responsabilités pédagogiques :

Responsable pédagogique du Master Management des Organisations et Développement Responsable

Florence Palpacuer est enseignante gestion à Montpellier Management. Elle est codirectrice d’une chaire sur la gestion responsable et l’entrepreneuriat financée par l’Agence nationale de la recherche.

Ancienne consultante pour l’Organisation Internationale du Travail, Florence Palpacuer étudie les processus de mondialisation et leurs conséquences sociales depuis 20 ans, avec un intérêt récent pour les mouvements de résistance des travailleurs et de justice sociale dans les chaînes de valeur mondiales.

Florence Palpacuer a publié plus de 50 articles et ouvrages sur ces questions dans des revues comme Human Relations, World Development, Economy & Society ou le British Journal of Industrial Relations. Elle est cofondatrice de l’initiative Responsible Global Value Chains créée en 2016.

Florence Palpacuer is a Professor in Management Studies at the University of Montpellier, France, where she is co-director of a Chair on Responsible Management and Enterpreneurship funded by the French National Research Agency.

A former consultant for the International Labour Organization, she has been studying globalization processes and their social consequences from a management perspective over the last 20 years, with a recent interest in workers’ resistance and social justice movements in global value chains.

Professor Palpacuer has published over 50 articles and book contributions on these issues in journals such as Human Relations, World Development, Economy & Society or the British Journal of Industrial Relations. She is a co-founder of the Responsible Global Value Chains initiative established in 2016.

Domaines d’enseignements :

  • Stratégie et Organisation des entreprises
  • Gouvernance
  • Globalisation
  • Altermanagement

Articles :

  • Palpacuer, F., Seignour, A. (2019) “Resisting via hybrid spaces: The cascade effect of a workplace struggle against neo-liberal hegemony”, Journal of Management Inquiry, https://doi.org/10.1177/1056492619846408
  • Gaidos, A., Palpacuer, F, Balas, N (2017) Social Innovation as practice : exploring the entanglement of political and managerial logics, International Journal of Work Innovation, à paraître
  • Bair J., Palpacuer, F, (2015) “CSR beyond the corporation: contested governance in global value chains” Global networks, 15(1): S1-S19.
  • Palpacuer, F, (2017) « Voluntary versus binding forms of regulation in global production networks: Exploring the ‘paradoxes of partnership’ in the European antisweatshop movement » in De Neve, G. and Prentice, R. (eds.) Unmaking the Global Sweatshop: Health and Safety of the World’s Garment Workers, Pennsylvania University Press : 53-80.
  • Levy, D. & Palpacuer, F,. (2017) « Global Production Networks and the Changing Corporation” in Baars, G. and Spicer, A. (eds) The Corporation: A Critical, Interdisciplinary Handbook, Cambridge University Press: 336-345
  • Balas N., Palpacuer, F (2016), « Financialization of Global Value Chains and Implications for Local Development » in Finance and Industrial Policy : Beyond Financial Regulation in Europe, Editions Oxford University Press.

 

Ouvrages :

  • Palpacuer, F., M. Leroy et G. Naro (2010) Management, Mondialisation, Ecologie: regards critiques en sciences de gestion, Ed. Hermès Sciences-Lavoisier, 408 p.
  • Palpacuer, F., Seignour A., Vercher C. (2007) Sorties de cadre(s) : le licenciement pour motif personnel, instrument de gestion de la firme mondialisée, La Découverte, Collection Entreprise et Société, 234 p.
  • Desreumaux, A., M. Marchesnay & F. Palpacuer (2001) Perspectives en management stratégique, Tome VII, 1999-2000, Ed. Management et Société.

 

Contributions à des ouvrages collectifs :

  • Palpacuer, F., (2019) “Contestation and Activism in Global Value Chains”, in Gereffi, G., Ponte, S., and Raj-Reichert, G. (eds), Handbook on Global Value Chains, Edward Elgar Publishing, chap. 25, à paraître.
  • Levy, D. and Palpacuer, F. (2017) « Global Production Networks and the Changing Corporation” in Baars, G. and Spicer, A. (eds) The Corporation: A Critical, Interdisciplinary Handbook, Cambridge University Press: 336-345.
  • Palpacuer, F. (2017) « Voluntary versus binding forms of regulation in global production networks: Exploring the ‘paradoxes of partnership’ in the European antisweatshop movement » in De Neve, G. and Prentice, R. (eds.) Unmaking the Global Sweatshop: Health and Safety of  the World’s Garment Workers, Pennsylvania University Press : 53-80.
  • Balas, N. and Palpacuer, F. (2016) “Financialization of Global Value Chains and Implications for Local Development” in G. Cozzi, S. Newman, J. Toporowski (dir.) Finance and Industrial Policy: Beyond Financial Regulation in Europe, Oxford University Press, Chap 5: 65-80.
  • Palpacuer, F. (2015) « Chaines globales de valeur, modèles de GRH et responsabilité sociale de l’entreprise » in Dietrich, A., Pigeyre, F., Vercher – Chaptal, C. (dir.) Dérives et perspectives de la gestion, Editions du Septentrion : 141-154.
  • Bair, J. and Palpacuer, F. (2015) « The Institutionalization of Supply Chain CSR: Field Formation in Comparative Context” in Tsutsui, K. & Lim, A. (eds.) Corporate Social Responsibility in a Globalizing World, Cambridge University Press, 181-217.
  • Palpacuer, F. et Balas, N. (2014) « Les chaînes globales de valeur » In Tannery, F., Denis, J.-P., Hafsi, T., Martinet, A.-C. (coord.) Encyclopédie de la Stratégie, Vuibert, 55-66

 

Liste des communications :

  • Palpacuer, F. (2019) “Contestation and activism in Global Value Chains”, SASE Conference, (Society for Advanced Socioeconomics), The New School of Social Research, New York City, June 27-29.
  • Sieggmann, K, Palpacuer, F., Knorringa, P. (2019) “GVCs as levers for scaling up civic innovation? A comparative case study” SASE Conference, (Society for Advanced Socioeconomics), The New School of Social Research, New York City, June 27-29.
  • Gaidos, A., Palpacuer, F. “A performative approach to social innovation practices”, 34th EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organization Studies), Edinburgh, July 4-5th.
  • Seignour, A., Palpacuer, F., Saccomanno, B. (2018) “Meaning at work in a time of financialization, a value under tension”, 33rd EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organization Studies), Tallin, July 5-7.
  • Roglic, M., Palpacuer, F et Bernard-Mongin, C. (2018) “New regimes for new times. Power struggles through the LEADER programme in Croatia“, 33rd EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organization Studies), Tallin, July 5-7.
  • Gaidos, A. et Palpacuer, F. (2018) “Incubating Change: Alternative Conceptions of Social Innovation in European Support Organizations”, 13th international conference, ISTR (International Society for Third-Sector Research), Amsterdam, July 10-13.
  • Gaidos, A., Palpacuer, F., (2017) A Foucauldian perspective on social innovation incubators, 9th International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), Melbourne, Australia, December 12-14.
  • Palpacuer, F. (2017) Governance regimes and social movements in Global Value Chains: Searching for articulations between markets, cooperation, and rules, Uneven Development in Global Value Chains, Université Paris 13, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Paris Nord, 16 Novembre.
  • Gaidos, A., Palpacuer, F. (2017) Les incubateurs d’innovation sociale : une approche comparative européenne, Séminaire « Innovation Responsable », Université de Montpellier, INRA, 12 Mai.
  • Coatanéa, D., Palpacuer, F., Seignour, A. (2016) Reclaiming the Common Good in Financialised Organizations: The case of Workers’ Resistance at France Telecom, 32nd EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organization Studies), Naples, 7-9 Juillet.
  • Gaidos, A. & Palpacuer, F. (2016). Incubation of socially innovative enterprises: an experimental process at the crossroads of logics, 8th International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), Glasgow (UK), 5-7 September 2016.
  • Gaidos, A., Palpacuer, F., Balas, N. (2016) Social innovation and specialized incubators: Is the selection jury a reliable method to identify successful social innovations? 32nd EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organization Studies), Naples, 7-9 Juillet.
  • Seignour A., Palpacuer F. (2016) Cultural normalization and violence at work in large neo-Fordist firms: The dark side of restructuration. The case of a French telecommunication company, EGOS, Naples, 6-9 juillet.
  • Gaidos, A., Palpacuer, F., Balas, N. (2016) « Les incubateurs d’innovation sociale : une approche comparative européenne » 16ième Rencontres du Réseau Universitaire International sur l’Economie Sociale et Solidaire (RUIESS), 2-3 juin, Montpellier.
  • Aubert, P.-M., Palpacuer, F., Balas, N., Chabik, Y. (2016) « Sustainable Development through Insertion in Global Value Chains : A critical analysis of the case of Moroccan Argan Oil » 15th annual conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM), Paris, 2-5 June. Best paper award of the Special Interest Groupe Business for Society.
  • Roussey, C., Balas, N., Palpacuer, F. (2016) « The role of CSR in the process of nontransformation : the case of the mining industry » 15th annual conference of the EUroppean Academy of Management (EURAM), Paris, 2-5 June.