Dr. Issam Laguir
Research themes :
Social and Environmental Accounting, Taxation, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility
Teaching department :
Finance, Control and Law
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Dr. Issam Laguir, assistant Professor in Acccounting and Management Control, joined Montpellier Business School in September 2011. He holds a PhD in Management Science (University of Rennes 1, France). His research focuses on social and environmental accounting, taxation, and corporate governance and global performance. His research is published in journals such as Journal of Cleaner Production, Applied Economics Letters, Journal of Business Ethics, Economics Bulletin, etc.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
El Shoubaki A., Laguir I. & Den Besten M. Forthcoming. Human capital and SME growth: The mediating role of reasons to start a business. Small Business Economics.
El Baz J., Laguir I., & Stekelorum R. 2019. Logistics and supply chain management research in Africa: a systematic literature review and research agenda. International Journal of Logistics Management, 30(1): 8-38.
Stekelorum R., Laguir I., Courrent J.M. & Anicia J. 2018. Extending CSR in SMEs’ upstream supply chains: A dynamic capabilities perspective. Supply Chain Forum: an International Journal, 19(3): 233-251.
Stekelorum R., Laguir, I. & El Baz J. 2018. CSR disclosure and sustainable supplier management: a small to medium-sized enterprises perspective. Applied Economics, 50(46): 5017-5030.
Laguir I., Marais M., El Baz J. & Stekelorum R. 2018. Reversing the business rationale for environmental commitment in banking: does financial performance lead to higher environmental performance? Management Decision, 56(2): 358-375.
Elbaz J., Frei R. & Laguir I. 2018. Reverse supply chain practices in developing countries: the case of Morocco. Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 29(1): 198-216.
Laguir, I., El Baz, J., Stekelorum R., & Laguir, L. 2017. Financial and environmental performances in the banking industry: A non-linear approach. Economics Bulletin, 37(4): 2616-2624.