Montpellier Business School

Dr. Meyer Maryline

Meyer Maryline
Fonction Associate Professor
Research themes Human Resource Management, Organizational behaviour, Social entrepreneurship, Social and Solidarity-based Economy
Teaching department Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity
Contact

Email: m.meyer@montpellier-bs.com
Tel.: +33 (0)467102826
Fax: +33 (0)467451356

Short Bio

Dr. Maryline Meyer joined Montpellier Business School as an assistant professor in Human Resources and Management (HRM) in September 2010. She obtained a PhD in Economics from the University of Toulon (France) in December 2004. After working at the University of Toulon as lecturer in economics, she was assistant professor in HRM and management at the ESSCA School of Management (France). Her main research area is HRM within not-for-profit organizations. She has studied the management of workers’ motivations and organizational citizenship behaviors in social enterprises. Her research has been published in international and French journals such as Employee Relations, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, European Management Journal, Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines, Revue d’Economie Politique, etc.

Selected intellectual contributions

Joly C., Kessari M., Marais M. & Meyer M. Forthcoming. Collective dynamics of micro-resistance through CSR by academic activists: Collective autoethnography in a French business school. Management International.

Boysselle J., Granata J., Pourreau C., Hoang V., Cozarenco A., Delis M., Hollebeek L., Dumazer C., Meyer M., Marais M. & Etchanchu H. 2020. Conséquence de la crise du COVID. Comment gérer le changement avec efficacité et bienveillance. Livre Blanc, Montpellier Business School. Publishing Education.

Meyer M., Joly C., Jaeck M. & Marais M. 2020. Entre mission et marché : La diversité, enjeu stratégique des grandes écoles de management françaises ? Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO), 66(26): 91-114.

Joly C., Meyer M. & Jaeck M. 2019. L’Oréal : une politique Diversité et Inclusion de toute(s) beauté(s). Centrale des Cas et des Medias Pédagogiques de Paris (CCMP).

Stinglhamber F., Ohana M., Caesens G. & Meyer M. 2020. Perceived organizational support: The interactive role of coworkers’ perceptions and employees’ voice. Employee Relations, 42(1): 107-124.

Marais M., Joly C, Meyer M., Jaeck M., Kessari M., Andiappan M. & Dufour L. 2020. Legitimizing a diversity policy in a challenging environment: A case study of a French business school. Management International, 24(1): 56-71.

Meyer M., Ohana M. & Stinglhamber F. 2018. The impact of supervisor interpersonal justice on supervisor-directed citizenship behaviors in social enterprises: a moderated mediation model. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 29(20): 2927-2948.

Ohana M. & Meyer M. 2016. Distributive justice and affective commitment in nonprofit organizations: Which referent matters? Employee Relations, 38(6): 841 - 858.

Meyer M., Narjoud S. & Granata J. 2017. When collective action drives corporate social responsibility implementation in small and medium-sized enterprises: The case of a network of French winemaking cooperatives. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 32(1/2): 7-27.

Teaching

2018: Diversity management and Inclusion, EMBA program
2018-: CSR Certificate, EMBA program
2016-2018: CSR Certificate, EMBA program
2011-2016: Overall Responsibility and Performance, EMBA program
2010-: Human Resource Management, Master program (M1)
2015-: Strategic Diversity Management, Master program (M2)
2016-2018: Fundamentals of Management, Master program (M1)
2010-2016: International Human Resource Management, Bachelor program
2010-2014: Competitive Intelligence, Bachelor program

Contact us
Identity(Nécessaire)
Preferred contact method(Nécessaire)
RGPD
Ce champ n’est utilisé qu’à des fins de validation et devrait rester inchangé.
Contactez-nous
Identité(Nécessaire)
Je préfère être contacté par(Nécessaire)
RGPD
Ce champ n’est utilisé qu’à des fins de validation et devrait rester inchangé.