Maria KAKARIKA

Maria KAKARIKA

Associate Professor in Leadership

Maria KAKARIKA
Discipline department
HR & Organisation
Teaching area
Management
Organizational Behaviour
Bio
Maria Kakarika is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Leadership. She joined EM Normandie in 2018. She has a PhD in business economics from the IE Business School, Madrid, awarded in 2010. Her thesis is on the impact on performance of perceptions of differences. Her research interests are leadership development, ethics, wellbeing and identity and team diversity. Before her university career, she worked in the banking industry and held human resources posts in training and development. She was also a leadership and team dynamics consultant for senior executives and start-up teams.
Degrees
2010 : PhD in Organizational Behavior, IE Madrid, Spain
Professional experience

Since 2018 : associate professor in leadership, EM Normandie 
2014-2018 : professor in leadership & organizational behavior, Neoma Business School
2010/2014 : professor in leadership & organizational behavior, Kedge Business School

Maria KAKARIKA
Maria
Kakarika
+33 (0)1 80 52 30 30
mkakarika@em-normandie.fr
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Publications

Publications

Year of publication

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Kakarika, M 2010, 'Differences as a matter of feelings and perceptions: the impact of surface- and deep-level dissimilarity on performance and the mediating role of affect and trust', PhD in Organizational Behavior, IE Madrid, Spain.

2010
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Lau, W.V, Tse, D.C.K.T, Bligh, M.C, Hong, Y, Kakarika, M, Chan, H.W & Chiu, C.P.Y (forthcoming), 'Not ‘My’ Crisis: Social Identity and Followers’ Crisis Responses to COVID-19 ', Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy

2022
Academic articles

Kakarika, M, Lianidou, T, Qu, Y, Bligh, M 2022, 'Organisational Behaviour in the COVID-19 Context: Effects of Supervisor-Directed Deviance on Retaliation against Subordinates', British Journal of Management, vol. 33, issue 1, pp. 435-454. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE : 2 ; ABS : 4 ; HCERES : A.

2022
Academic articles

Kakarika, M, Biniari, M, Guillen, L & Mayo, M (forthcoming), 'Where Does the Heart Lie? A Multistage Process Model of Entrepreneurial Passion and Role Identity Management', Journal of Organizational Behavior. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE : 1 ; HCERES : A ; ABS : 4.

2022
Academic articles

Lau, W, Tse, C.-K.D, Bligh, M, Yhong, Y, Kakarika, M, Chan, W.H & Chui, C.P.Y (forthcoming), ‘"Not ‘My’ Crisis: Social Identity and Followers’ Crisis Responses to COVID-19’, Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.

2022
Academic articles

Lianidou, T, Lytle, A & Kakarika, M (forthcoming), 'Deep-level dissimilarity and leader-member exchange (LMX) quality: The role of status', Journal of Managerial Psychology. CNRS : 4 ; FNEGE : 3 ; ABS : 3 ; HCERES : B.

2021
Academic articles

Tse, D.C.K, Lau, V.W, Hong, Y.Y, Bligh, M & Kakarika, M 2021, ‘Prosociality and hoarding amid the COVID-19 pandemic: A tale of four countries’, Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. Online 5/05/2021.

2021
Academic articles

Kakarika, M, Gonzalez-Gomez, H.V & Dimitriades, Z 2017, "That Wasn’t our Deal: A Psychological Contract Perspective on Employee Responses to Bullying", Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol. 100, pp. 43-55

2017
Academic articles

Mayo, M, Kakarika, M, Mainemelis, B & Deuschel, N 2017, "A Metatheoretical Framework of Diversity in Teams", Human Relations, vol. 70(8), pp. 911-939. 

2017
Academic articles

Kakarika, M 2013. Staffing an Entrepreneurial Team: Diversity Breeds Success. Journal of Business Strategy, 34(4): 31-38.

2013
Academic articles