Christophe Estay

Christophe ESTAY

Professor in Strategy and Entrepreneurship - Head of Strategy and Entrepreneurship department

Christophe Estay
Discipline department
Strategy & Entrepreneurship
Teaching area
Strategy
Strategic Management
Business Models
Entrepreneurship
Organizational Behaviour
Methodology
Bio
Christophe Estay is a Professor at EM Normandie (France). He is a member of the LIRSA (CNAM, Paris), a research center focused on Strategy & Management. Principally in the field of Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership, his teaching is based on his own professional experience as a consultant and his recent research projects. In conjunction with this, he has published articles in different journals (Journal of Business Ethics, Finance Research Letters, Strategic Change, etc.). Over the last decade, he has developed a large professional and academic network in the world, especially in the USA and in Africa.
Degrees
2006 HDR, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille 1- IAE
1995 PhD in Management Sciences, University of Bordeaux IV
Professional experience

Since 2018 : Professor in Strategy and Entrepreneurship

2015-2018 : Director of the Management Department - Kedge Business School

2013-2015 : Deputy Dean of Research Development - Kedge Business School

2009-2013 : Deab of Research and Accreditations Manager - BEM Bordeaux Management School

2006-2008 : Academic Director - BEM Bordeaux Management School

Christophe Estay
Christophe
Estay
+ 33 (0)2 76 84 02 53
cestay@em-normandie.fr

Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Estay, C (2006) 'Entrepreneurial motivation', Habilitation à Diriger des Recherche. Université de Science et Technologie, Lille.  

2006
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Wu, M, Wang, R, He, P, Estay, C & Akram, Z 2020, 'Examining How Ambidextrous Leadership Relates to Affective Commitment and Workplace Deviance Behavior of Employees: The Moderating Role of Supervisor–Subordinate Exchange Guanxi', International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

2020
Academic articles

Ahworegba, A, Estay, C & Garri, M (forthcoming), 'Institutional duality incidence on subsidiaries: configuration, differentiation and avoidance strategies', Journal of Organizational Change Management. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 3 ; HCERES : B.

2020
Academic articles

Estay, C, Nivoit, X, Yanet, Z & Durrieu, F (à paraître), 'La perception de la réalisation du contrat psychologique chez les ouvriers en situation de restructuration industrielle ', Recherches en Sciences de Gestion. CNRS : 4 ; FNEGE : 3 ; HCERES : B. 

2020
Academic articles

Alkhanbouli, A, Estay, C & Tsagdis, D 2020, ‘Modèles d’affaires et modèles d’affaires innovants au sein des zones franches : une approche qualitative’, Management International, vol. 24, n. 1, pp. 97-108. CNRS: 3 ; FNEGE: 2 ; HCERES: A

2020
Academic articles

Estay, C, Ahworegba, A & Omoloba, J 2020, 'How Firms Risk through Entrepreneurial Innovations: Behavioral Patterns and Implications', International Journal of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, February 11. CNRS 4; FNEGE 4; HCERES: C 

2020
Academic articles

Estay, C, Bompar, L, Yanat, Z & Lakshman, C 2020, 'Comment un manager peut-il faire réussir un collaborateur en situation d'échec ?', Question(s) de Management, 2020/2 (n° 28), pp. 65-75. FNEGE : 4

2020
Academic articles

Estay, C, Peixu, H, Zhenglong, P, Hongdan, Z & Lakshman, C 2019, « How and when compulsory citizenship behavior leads to employee silence: A moderated mediation model based on moral disengagement and supervisor-subordinate guanxi views » Journal of Business Ethics. vol. 15, pp. 259-274. FNEGE 2; CNRS 2; FT.

2019
Academic articles

Estay, C, Etogo, G & Tedongmo Teko, H 2019, ‘Enjeux et limites de la doctrine sociale catholique comme orientation managériale’, Gestion 2000, 2019/5 vol. 36, pp. 147-168. FNEGE: 4 ; HCERES: C

2019
Academic articles

Estay, C & Akhter, M (2019), 'Le développement international des entreprises néo-globales : l'importance du réseau social', Management & Sciences Sociales, no. 27, juillet-décembre, pp. 48-63. FNEGE: 4 ; HCERES: C

2019
Academic articles