Dr. Charbel Chiappetta Jabbour
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Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Technology, Innovation, Management
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Charbel Jose Chiappetta Jabbour, is a Brazilian national. He has been a Full Professor at Montpellier Business School (0.8 FTE), France. He has been appointed by the University of Lincoln (UK) as a Global Visiting Professor from January/2020. He has been visiting professor at universities in Brazil and in Malaysia. At Montpellier Business School, Professor Chiappetta Jabbour holds a research focused professorship and teaches in the recently launched new Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) with Chinese partners. Prior to joining Montpellier Business School, he worked for the University of Stirling (Scotland), UNESP-Sao Paulo State University, and USP-University of Sao Paulo. At UNESP, Professor Chiappetta Jabbour was responsible for designing an entirely new PhD Program in Operations Management, and was it’s first director. At USP, ranked as Top 100 Times Higher Education University for research reputation, he was considered the most prolific academic within the PhD Program in Management and one of the youngest academics to be awarded with HDR-Habilitation to conduct high level research.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Venkatesh M., Chiapetta Jabbour C. & Kavitha T.N.M. 2020. Supply chain social sustainability in small and medium manufacturing enterprises and firms' performance: empirical evidence from an emerging Asian economy. International Journal of Production Economics, 227:107656.
Chiappetta Jabbour C.J., Fiorini P.C., Wong C.W.Y., Jugend D., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour A.B., Seles B.R.M.P., Pinheiro M.A.P. & Silva H.M.R. 2020. First-mover firms in the transition towards the sharing economy in industries which are intensive in metallic natural resources: implications for the circular economy and emerging industry 4.0 technologies. Resources Policy, 66: 101596.
Lopes de Sousa Jabbour A B., Vazquez-Brust D., Ribeiro D A. & Chiappetta Jabbour C J. 2020.The interplay between stakeholders, resources and capabilities in climate change strategy: converting barriers into cooperation. Business Strategy and the Environment, 29(3): 1362-1386.
Negrao L., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour A B., Latan H., Godinho Filho M., Chiappetta Jabbour C J. & Ganga G. Forthcoming. Lean manufacturing and business performance: testing the s-curve theory. Production Planning & Control.
Lopes de Sousa Jabbour A. B., Pais Seles B., Chiappetta Jabbour C., Roubaud D. & Latan H. 2019. Do environmental practices improve business performance even in an economic crisis? Extending the win-win perspective. Ecological Economics, 163: 189-204.
Jackson E.S., Jiang Y., Shim H., Budhwar P., Renwick D.W.S., Chiappetta Jabbour C.J., Lopes de Sousa Jabbour A.B., Tang G., Muller-Camen M., Wagner M. & Kim A. 2019. Collectivism and the social dynamics of discretionary environmental behavior at work. European Academy of Management (EURAM), June 26-28, Lisbon, Portugal.
Jabbour Lopes de Sousa A.B., Frascareli F.C.O., Chiappetta Jabbour C.J. & Gonzalez E.S. Forthcoming. Are food supply chains taking advantage of circular economy business models? A research agenda on tackling food waste based on Industry 4.0 technologies. Production Planning & Control.
Pham N.T., Tučková Z. & Chiappetta Jabbour C.J. 2019. Greening the hospitality industry: how do green human resource management practices influence organizational citizenship behavior in hotels? A mixed-methods study. Tourism Management, 72: 386-399.
2017: Responsible Business (Sustainable Management). Undergraduate, University of Stirling, UK.
2011-2016: Fundamentals of Business Management. Undergraduate, UNESP-Sao Paulo State University, Brazil.
2011-2016: Research Methodology and Scientific Articles. MSc/PhD Programme, UNESP-Sao Paulo State University, Brazil.
2008-2010: Fundamentals of Business Management. Undergraduate, USP-University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
2008-2010: Evolution of Environmental Management in Companies. MSc/PhD Programme, USP-University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
anked as Top 2.5% globally for research impact according to the Research Gate, Professor Charbel’s research focuses on contemporary issues in sustainable operations, such as employees’ involvement in sustainable operations initiatives, sustainable supply chains, eco-innovations in an era of climate breakdown, and the role of emerging technologies – including industry 4.0 – in broadening the possibilities of transitioning towards truly sustainable operations and supply chains. He has secured research grants consistently, and only at FAPESP – The Sao Paulo Research Foundation, he was PI of more than 10 successfully concluded projects. To the date, he has successfully concluded the supervision of 5 PhD students in management, and dozens of post-doc and master’s students, many of them fully funded by research bodies.
Professor Chiappetta Jabbour consistently publishes research articles in first-tier scientific journals, including outlets which top important rankings, such as the Financial Times Global 50 journals, the UK Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS), the French CNRS ranking, the Australian ABDC list of journals, among others. He conducts research with global collaborators, having published articles with co-authors from Austria, Brazil, Denmark, China, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, France, Malaysia, Tunisia, Mozambique, India, USA, Australia, China, South Korea, Qatar, Bangladesh, Czech Republic, and others.
Professor Chiappetta Jabbour is Associated Editor of the prestigious Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier, impact factor 6.39), Associated Editor for emerging economies of Sustainable Production and Consumption (Elsevier)Editor in Chief of Latin American Journal of Management for Sustainable Development (Inderscience), and Associate Editor of Modern Supply Chain Research and Applications (Emerald).
Currently, Professor Chiappetta Jabbour is focused on a research project on sustainability in Austria, Germany, Brazil, China, and India in order to better understanding the relation between the ‘soft’ and ‘technical’ sides of sustainability in manufacturing firms in different countries, with potential implications for policy makers.