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Yvon Pesqueux

Yvon Pesqueux
Paris
Professor

Yvon Pesqueux is the head professor of the “Organizational Systems Development” department at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers in Paris. He is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure and agrégé in Economic Management Techniques. He holds a doctorate in Economics from Paris-Sorbonne University and a Honoris Causa Doctorate from the University of Galati (Romania), and is the author of many academic articles. His research primarily deals with the relationship between philosophy and organization. He has also published many books, most recently including: Gouvernance et privatisation, PUF, Paris, 2007, “la politique éclatée” Collection, Management et qualité : une approche critique, Economica, Paris, 2008, La "société du risque" - analyse et critique, Economica, Paris, 2009 (collective work), Management de la connaissance, Economica, Paris, 2011, Contrôle de gestion, 4th Edition, Dunod, Paris, 2013 (collective work), Epistémologie des sciences de gestion, Vuibert, Paris, 2013 (collective work), Moment libéral et entreprise (la fin d’un dogme) – www.boostzone-editions.fr, “essai” Collection, 2013, Contrat psychologique et organisations – Comprendre les accords écrits et non écrits, Pearson France, Paris, 2014, (in collaboration with Denise Rousseau, Pascale de Rozario, and Rémi Jardat), Management Performance and Control, Dunod, Paris, 2016 (collective work), La confiance en questions, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2016 (collective work), Théorie des organisations, Pearson, Paris, 2018 (collective work), La Suisse est-elle un modèle ?, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2018 (in collaboration with Sonny Perseil and François Garçon). He is also the treasurer of the IFSAM (International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management) and co-editor of the journal Society and Business Review (Emerald Publishing).

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