Health Sector Management

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A video that presents our article published in The Conversation in mid-March 2020 and that aims to provide an interesting deciphering of a situation of fear appeal, that of the management of the coronavirus health crisis, using behavioral sciences.
GAVARD-PERRET Marie-Laure - IAE Grenoble |
MAILLARD-WILHELM Marie-Claire - IAE Grenoble |
Created in 2013, the MANSAT Chair in Occupational Health aims to bring together a group of researchers and teachers with professionals looking to share their difficulties, but also the resources they have developed.
ABORD DE CHATILLON Emmanuel - IAE Grenoble |
This article proposes a development of the Service Dominant Logic (SDL) in the case of service relationships with vulnerable populations on the basis of a qualitative study conducted in a geriatric ward...
BONNEMAIZON Audrey - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
AMINE Abdelmajid - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
JOSION-PORTAL Margaret - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
Discussion spaces are often considered as occupational health prevention tools. However, their effectiveness has never been clearly demonstrated. The research we conducted allowed us to build a tool to measure the presence and impact of discussion...
ABORD DE CHATILLON Emmanuel - IAE Grenoble |
Purpose – This study aims to investigate the role of two structural factors – threat level depicted on fear messages and warning size – as well as two contextual factors – repeated exposure and type of packs – on pictorial and threatening tobacco warnings’ effectiveness.
LACOSTE BADIE Sophie - IAE Lille |
The aim of this article is to study neutralizations used by marketing practitioners to justify unethical pro-organizational behavior. We analyze the narratives of 17 practitioners in two controversial sectors (alcohol and tobacco). Three sets of arguments are used: moralization of the professional activity through the virtuous organization, denial of responsibility due to an over restrictive law, and economical rationalization.
BAIADA HIRECHE Loréa - IMT Business School |
BOURCIER Bénédicte - IMT Business School |
Improving the dietary behavior of populations is a priority for public authorities; indeed, associated diseases are the first cause of mortality in the world. To this end, our research shows the interest of taking into account two factors: on the one hand, the perception of nutritional risk, and on the other hand, the fact of sharing meals (commensality) in the family.
LAPORTE Marie-Eve - IAE Paris |
Humanitarian organizations use various process management tools, including codes of conduct and standards. The purpose of this paper is to advance our understanding of process improvement techniques, with a focus on standards, in use by humanitarian NGOs. Content analysis is the method employed in this study.
FOROPON Cyril - MONTPELLIER Business School |
Simon PORCHER has set up a database listing all the governmental measures taken throughout the world to deal with COVID-19. Entitled Response2covid19, this evolving database is open to all and has been updated daily since January 1, 2020. It can be accessed at www.response2covid19.net: this dedicated English-language site provides access to raw data as well as the visualization of aggregated data.
PORCHER Simon - IAE Paris |
Pitch for the FNEGE Prize for the Best Thesis in 180 seconds 2018/AFM Prize.
ASSAF Cynthia - IAE Grenoble |