Publications

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Pratiques RSE et performance dans le cas de l’hôtellerie de plein air

Yosr BEN TAHAR, Mélissa RIOS
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Stock price crash risk and leverage dynamics: Evidence from the GCC countries

Hatem RJIBA, R. Benkraiem, H. Ben-Nasr, S. Nechi
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The Ramadan effect on commodity and stock markets integration

Stephane GOUTTE, Ben Amar Amine, Hasnaoui Amir , Marouane Amine, Mzoughi Héla

This study aims to investigate the dependence structure and volatility spillovers among two strategic commodities (crude oil and gold) and a set of Islamic and conventional regional stock market indices, while examining the Ramadan effect

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A typology of consumers regarding perceived obsolescence: The paradox of eco-conscious consumers

Gisele DE CAMPOS RIBEIRO, Emmanuelle Le Nagard, Valérie Guillard

The lifespan of durable goods is a global concern because it has consequences not only in terms of waste management and natural resources but also in terms of consumer well-being.

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Building interstitial spaces to support collective dynamics: the roles of innovation spaces in healthcare

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Like an Elephant in the room: the emergence of informal interactions in the workplace

Gisele DE CAMPOS RIBEIRO, Delphine MINCHELLA, Jean-Denis CULIE
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Perceived health as human capital in entrepreneurial intention among people with disability

Meriam RAZGALLAH, Nada Rejeb, Adnan Maalaoui, Merko Perano, Alberto Dello strologo

This study sheds light on inclusive entrepreneurship by investigating factors that underlie the likelihood of entrepreneurial intention for people with disability.

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Cause-related marketing in pandemic context—The effects of cause-brand fit and cause-brand alliance on customer-based legitimacy and reputation

Judith PARTOUCHE-SEBBAN, Saeedeh REZAEE VESSAL, S. CASTELLANO, M. ORHAN, Insaf KHELLADI, Rossella SORIO

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has represented an intense period of stress and anxiety for individuals, it has also been an opportunity for firms to engage in cause-related marketing initiatives as a means of providing support and helping them cope with this global pandemic.

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