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
Stekelorum R., Laguir I., Lai K.H., Gupta S. & Kumar. A. Forthcoming. Responsible governance mechanisms and the role of suppliers’ ambidexterity and big data predictive analytics capabilities in circular economy practices improvements. Transportation Research Part E Logistics and Transportation Review.
Laguir I., Stekelorum R. & Elbaz J. Forthcoming. Proactive environmental strategy and performances of third party logistics providers (TPLs): investigating the role of eco-control systems. International Journal of Production Economics.
Modgil S., Gupta S., Stekelorum R., Laguir I. Forthcoming. AI technologies and their impact on supply chain resilience during Covid-19. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management.
Laguir I., Stekelorum R., Laguir L. & Staglianò R. 2021. Managing corporate social responsibility in the bank sector: A fuzzy and disaggregated approach. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 28(4): 1324-1334.
Stekelorum R., Laguir I., Gupta S. & Kumar S. 2021. Green supply chain management practices and third-party logistics providers' performances: A fuzzy-set approach. International Journal of Production Economics, 235: 108093.
Stekelorum R., Laguir I. & Elbaz J. 2020. Can you hear the eco? From SME environmental responsibility to social requirements in the supply chain. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 158: 120169.
Laguir I., Stekelorum R. & Elbaz J. Forthcoming. Going green? Investigating the relationships between proactive environmental strategy, GSCM practices and performances of third-party logistics providers (TPLs). Production Planning & Control.
Forgione A. F., Laguir I. & Staglianò R. 2020. Effect of corporate social responsibility scores on bank efficiency: The moderating role of institutional context. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 27(5): 2094-2106.
Fayezi S., Stekelorum R., El Baz J. & Laguir I. 2020. Paradoxes in supplier’s uptake of GSCM practices: Institutional drivers and buyer dependency. Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 31(3): 479-500.