Dr. Lucas Dufour
Research themes :
Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviour
Teaching department :
Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity
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Dr. Lucas Dufour joined Montpellier Business School in January 2009 as an Assistant Professor in Human Resource Management. He holds a PhD from the University of Aix-Marseille. He recently completed a post-doc scholarship at the MIT and Boston College. His domain of expertise is the integration of poorly educated young people in organizations. In a larger perspective he is interested in low qualified workers and deviant behaviors. He has also conducted work in organizational communication and multidisciplinary researches and has authored three books on topics such as Mediterranean HRM best practices, risk management and opportunism. He published his work in journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines, The Young Economists Journal, and Revue Management et Avenir.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Andiappan M & Dufour L. Forthcoming. Jealousy at work: A tripartite model. Academy of Management Review. [DOI: 10.5465/amr.2016.0299]
Dufour L. & Andiappan M. 2018. Furnitex: Managing and recruiting talents. Centrale de Cas et de Médias Pédagogiques (CCMP).
Dufour L. & Andiappan M. Forthcoming. L’impact du leadership « dysfonctionnel » sur les comportements contre-productifs des subordonnés: le cas des jeunes à faible capital scolaire. Revue des Sciences de Gestion.
Dufour L. Andiappan M. & Banoun A. Forthcoming. The impact of emotions on stakeholder reactions to organizational wrongdoing. European Management Review. [DOI: 10.1111/emre.12141]
Executive teaching with Air France
2016 : Supervision of 10 Master thesis, Montpellier Business School.
2016: Strat Me Up student project. Solving a management change problem for ICP, Santander, Columbia. (October 2016 to January 2017, coaching of 6 students)
2016: Strat Me Up student project. Solving a knowledge transfer problem for ICP, Santander, Columbia (October 2016 to January 2017, coaching of 5 students)