EDHEC Family Business Centre Dissemin’Actions

Written on 05 July 2018.


Since the beginning of 2018, researchers and teachers from the Family Business Centre have been invited to present their results and give many conferences in France and at international. Among the participations and significant events:

Rania Labaki:

  • EU ARTISAN Conference on Heritage Entrepreneurship in Cyprus (12-06-2018)
  • Evaluation committee of Anne Sluhan thesis at Copenhagen business School on “Socio-emotional value and the internationalization of family businesses”. (01-06-2018 )
  • Moderator at the FBN plenary meeting in Lyon "The transmission of the family business: from intention to reality". (07 juin 2018 )

Fabian Bernhard:

  • Keynote on family business emotional dimensions at EURAM Conference (June 19-22, 2018)
  • Presentation on “The relevance of a whole-person learning approach to Family Business Education” during the Family Enterprise day at INSEAD. (09-06-2018)

Yan Du:

  • Paper presentation, on the governance in private family firms at EURAM Conference (June 19-22, 2018)

Camille Pradies:

  • Award of the Family Firm Best Qualitative Paper at EURAM conference, for her co-authored paper on Family Firm Organizational Identity Construction by Non-Family Members. ( June 19-22, 2018)

Isabelle Mari:

  • Defence of her PhD thesis at Jönköping International Business School on Developing Trust among Family Owners in Multiple Branches Family Firms. (19-06-2018)

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