Sylvaine Castellano

Sylvaine CASTELLANO

Dean of research - Professor in Strategic

Sylvaine Castellano
Discipline department
Strategy & Entrepreneurship
Teaching area
Strategic Management
Research Methodology
Intercultural Management
Wine business
Bio
Sylvaine Castellano is the Dean of Research at EM Normandie. She holds a Doctoral degree in Management from the University of Luxembourg. Her research interests include institutional and competitive dynamics, entrepreneurship; mainly in the wine and the luxury industries. Her publications are related to the concepts of reputation and e-reputation, legitimacy, status, heritage and retro-industries. Her work was published in journals such as Journal of Technology Transfer, IJTHI, European Business Review, Corporate Reputation Review, Journal of the Knowledge Economy. She also wrote and coordinated books in entrepreneurship and online reputation.
Degrees
2010 : PhD in Management Science, Univerity of Luxembourg
2003 : Master of Science in Management, University of Central Florida, USA
Professional experience

Since 2020 : Dean of Research, EM Normandie 

2010/2019 : Associate Professor, Paris School of Business, France 

Sylvaine Castellano
Sylvaine
Castellano
+33 (0)1 75 00 00 70
scastellano@em-normandie.fr
Origine du diplôme
Je souhaite suivre l'actualité de l'EM Normandie
J’accepte que mes données personnelles soient transmises à l’Association Passerelle - Bachelor
J’accepte que mes données personnelles soient transmises à l’Association Passerelle - Grande Ecole

Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Castellano, S 2010, 'Une étude intégratrice de la légitimité comme fondement des choix stratégiques des firmes face aux pressions institutionnelles et concurrentielles', PhD in Management Science, University of Luxembourg. 

2010
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Khelladi, I, Castellano, S & Kalisz, D (forthcoming), 'The Smartization of Metropolitan Cities: The Case of Paris', International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal. CNRS : 4 ; FNEGE : 3 ; HCERES : B

2020
Academic articles

Van Horne, C, Dutot, V, Castellano, S, Sosa, M & Ahmad, L (à paraitre), 'Integrating Entrepreneurship into the Design Classroom: Case Studies from the Developing World', Journal of the Knowledge Economy. CNRS 4.  

2020
Academic articles

Partouche, J, Vessal, S, Khelladi, I, Castellano, S & Sakka, G 2020, ‘Effects of cause-related marketing campaigns on consumer purchase behavior among French millennials: A regulatory focus approach’, International Marketing Review, available online February 6. CNRS 3 ; FNEGE 2 ; HCERES : A

2020
Academic articles

Castellano, S, Khelladi, I & Ivanaj, S 2019, 'Entrepreneurial Intensity and Firm Performance: The Role of Institutional Ambidexterity'. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. CNRS 2.   

2019
Academic articles

Khelladi, I, Castellano, S & Bertaud, A 2018, "The determinants of the web user’s trust in the context of crowdfunding". Innovations, vol. (2), pp. 117-140, CNRS 4

2018
Academic articles

Ardito, L, Petruzzelli, A.M, Dezi, L & Castellano, S 2018, 'The influence of inbound open innovation on ambidexterity performance: Does it pay to source knowledge from supply chain stakeholders?', Journal of Business Research. CNRS 2.  

2018
Academic articles

Castellano, S, Khelladi, I, Charlemagne, J & Susini, J.P 2018, "Uncovering the role of virtual agents in co-creation contexts: An application to the online wine business". Management Decision, vol. 56(6), pp. 1232-1246, FNEGE 3 

2018
Academic articles

Castellano, S, Khelladi, I & Menvielle, L 2017, "Unveiling the sustainable facet of the conventional entrepreneur - A cognitive approach", International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, vol. 31(3), pp. 434-450,CNRS 4.

2017
Academic articles

Castellano, S, Davidson, P & Khelladi, I 2017, "Creativity techniques to enhance knowledge transfer within global virtual teams in the context of knowledge-intensive enterprises", The Journal of Technology Transfer, vol. 42(2), pp. 253-266, CNRS 3

2017
Academic articles