Dr. Helen Etchanchu
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Entrepreneurship & Strategy Management
Site web: helenetchanchu.com
Tel: +33(0)4 67 10 60 54
Dr Helen Etchanchu started at Montpellier Business School in October 2016 after having accomplished her PhD at ESSEC Business School. Her research explores how we may organize for and make sense of grand challenges such as climate change, inequality or health. In previous and ongoing studies, she investigates struggles over meaning between business, political and civil society actors in addressing grand challenges, such as the UN SDGs from two different lenses: discursive legitimation strategies, and corporate political roles and democracy. Specifically, she studies the governance and meaning structures around environmental and social issues such as fracking, smoking, corporate social responsibility, emancipated entrepreneurship, digital sustainability, and zero waste.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Nakara, W. & Etchanchu, H. 2019. L’entrepreneuriat, une voie d'émancipation pour les victimes de violences conjugales. The Conversation, 18.07.2019.
Etchanchu, H., Coqueret, G., Etzion, D., & Gehman, J. Can modern bureaucracy effectively tackle environmental problems? 3rd DFG Network Meeting on Grand Challenges and New Forms of Organizing. September 19-20, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Etchanchu, H. and Djelic, M.L. 2018. Old Wine in New Bottles? Parentalism, Power and its Legitimacy in Business-Society Relations. Academy of Management (AOM), August 8-12, Chicago, USA
Etchanchu, H. and Riaz, S. 2019. Taking on the Challenge: How Organization Theorists can address Grand Challenges. Academy of Management (AOM), August 9-13, Boston., USA
Harmon, D., Etchanchu, H. and Hovig, T. 2019. Language, Meaning, and Organizing: The Future of Linguistic Theories, Data, and Methodologies. Academy of Management (AOM), August 9-13, Boston., USA
Etchanchu, H., Harmon, D. and Loewenstein, J. 2020. The future of analyzing talk: Language theories and methods in organizing. 36th EGOS Colloquium, July 2-4, Hamburg, Germany
Etchanchu H. & Djelic M.L. Forthcoming. Old wine in new bottles? Parentalism, power, and its legitimacy in business–society relations. Journal of Business Ethics.
OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES? PARENTALISM, POWER AND ITS LEGITIMACY IN BUSINESS-SOCIETY RELATIONS
Aranda A., Etchanchu H., and Guyt J. 2018. Agenda-setting in contested issue fields: A topic model approach of the US tobacco industry between 1969 and 2016. Academy of Management (AOM), August 8-12, Chicago, USA.
2019: Globalization, Bsc, Montpellier Business School
2018: Strategic Management, Msc, MS, Montpellier Business School
2017: Strategic Management, Msc, Montpellier Business School
2015: Strategic Management, Msc, Teaching Assistant, ESSEC Business School
2013: Business Ethics, Instructor, Msc, INSEEC Business School
2010: Team leading and negotiation, Msc, Instructor, ESSEC Business School