Public Management

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This research examines how the number of ingredients depicted on packaging in addition to the picture of the whole product impacts its efficacy depending on consumers’ motivation (hunger), opportunity (via cognitive load), and ability (via need for cognition – NFC) to process information. Three studies find that, under high cognitive load, packages depicting many ingredients induce more mental taste imagery, heighten purchase intention, and improve taste evaluations.
CAPELLI Sonia - iaelyon School of Management |
The end of a grading system and create authentic learning situations that get students involved!
CHEREL Laurence - AUNEGE |
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 - FNEGE |
JOSION-PORTAL Margaret - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
Over the past twenty years, French research and higher education institutions have undergone profound changes under the influence of two major phenomena: project-based funding and internationalization. These phenomena have led to profound changes with significant structural impacts: autonomization and competition between institutions, the introduction of management methods derived from the business world and focused on performance and profitability, changes in personnel evaluation practices.
BOUGHZALA Imed - IMT Business School |
DUDEZERT Aurélie - IMT Business School |
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 |
This study of the impact of Management Schools on France aims to identify the impact of the 78 Management Schools of the FNEGE network on France. The impact of a school, and therefore of all establishments, is by nature multidimensional. The BSIS approach retains seven impact dimensions: Financial, Educational, Economic Development, Intellectual, on the Ecosystem, Societal and Image. The indicators are both quantitative and qualitative.
KALIKA Michel - iaelyon School of Management |
The pragmatist approach favours a vision of organisations centred on collective action rather than on information processing. It radically challenges the dualisms inherited from rationalist approaches: thought/action, permanence/change, value/fact. Collective activity is based on the usual meanings of gestures and acts (language of habits), but by constantly exploring the situations encountered in order to experiment with renewed collective functioning (investigation).
LORINO Philippe - AUNEGE |
The pragmatist approach favours a vision of management techniques and instruments (accounting, finance, indicators, budgets and plans, human resources tools, etc.) as semiotic mediations
LORINO Philippe - AUNEGE |
The pragmatist approach favours a vision of governance - and of democratic government - whose key words are pluralism, dialogism and emergence. It criticises the 'government of experts', a conception according to which the truth of situations would be accessible to overhanging actors, capable of basing indisputable standards of action on rational representations.
LORINO Philippe - AUNEGE |
Pitch for the FNEGE Prize for the Best Thesis in 180 seconds AGRH Thesis Prize IAE of Lille Thesis supervisors : Julienne BRABET
MASSON Léna - IAE Lille |