Muriel Durand

Muriel Durand

Associate Professor in Cross Cultural Management - Academic Director DBA program

Muriel Durand
Discipline department
HR & Organisation
Teaching area
Human Resources
Bio
Muriel Durand is an Associate Professor of Cross-Cultural Management. She joined EM Normandie in 2019. She has a PhD in management science, International Business & Social Sciences from Aarhus University, Denmark, awarded in 2018. Her thesis is on intercultural management in the case of international mergers & acquisitions. Her research interest is the effects of the perception of cultural differences on managerial attitudes in international mergers & acquisition processes. She is the Academic Director of the DBA program.
Degrees
2018 : PhD in Management Science, International Business & Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark
Professional experience

Since 2019 : associate professor in cross cultural management, EM Normandie.
2016-2019 : head of organizations, Strategy & Management department, South Champagne Business School

Muriel Durand
Muriel
Durand
+33 (0)1 81 69 34 52
mdurand@em-normandie.fr
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Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Durand, M 2018, 'Effects of managerial perceptions of cultural challenges perceptions on motivational work outcomes in Post Mergers Integration stage of CBMA&As: a focus on cultural friction', PhD in Management Science, International Business & Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark. 

2018
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Durand, M 2016, "Employing critical incident technique as one way to display the hidden aspects of post-merger integration". International business review, vol. 25(1), pp. 87-102. 

2016
Academic articles

Stahl, G.K, Angwin, D.N, Very, P, Gomes, E, Weber, Y, Tarba, S.Y & Durand, M 2013, "Socio-cultural integration in mergers and acquisitions: Unresolved paradoxes and directions for future research". Thunderbird International Business Review, vol. 55(4), pp. 333-356.

2013
Academic articles

Durand, M 2012, "The Global M&A Tango: How to Reconcile Cultural Differences in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Strategic Partnerships", Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, vol. 19 Iss: 2, pp.271 – 273.

2012
Academic articles

Durand, M & Diaz-Pichardo, R 2020, ‘Perceptions of middle managers in cross border m&as: the role of cultural friction, trust & post merger identification on organizational citizenship behaviour’, 10ème Conference Atlas-Afmi, Poitiers, France, May 18-20.

2020
Academic communications

Durand, M & Sondergaard M 2019, “Can Cultural Friction move from Armchair Concept to Field Measurement? The case of cross border Merger and Acquisitions", EIBA conference, Leeds, UK, December 13-15.

2019
Academic communications

Durand, M & Sondergaard, M 2019, “Getting fresh eyes on culture distances in CBM&As: how to work with a new concept?”. IRMBAM-IPAG, 10th International Research Meeting in Business and Management, Nice, France, July 8-10.

2019
Academic communications

Durand, M & Diaz, P.R 2018, “Perceptions of middle managers in cross border mergers & acquisitions: culture frictions, trust, and post-merger identification as antecedents of work affective commitment during post-merger integration?". EIBA conference, Poznan, Poland, December 13-15. 

2018
Academic communications

Durand, M 2018, “A whole research cycle: From grounded approach to instrumental development, and empirical study on Cultural friction, global mindset, and post merger identification as antecedents of Motivational Work Outcomes in Post-Merger Integration?”. IRMBAM-IPAG, International Research Meeting in Business and Management, Nice, France, July 5-7.

2018
Academic communications

Durand, M 2017, “Fresh eyes on cultural distance in cross border mergers and acquisitions”. EIBA conference, Milan, Italy, December 14-16. 

2017
Academic communications