Lee JARVIS

Lee JARVIS
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Business Administration, Management - Florida Atlantic University
Track: Strategy and Sustainability
Education
  • 2016 : Ph.D., Business Administration, Management, Florida Atlantic University, USA
  • 2010 : Master, Business Administration, Western Kentucky University, USA
  • 2009 : Bachelor, Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Western Kentucky University, USA
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2021 - present, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2019 - 2021, Lecturer in Strategy & Entrepreneurship, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  • 2016 - 2019, Assistant Professor of Organization Studies, Grenoble Ecole de Management, Grenoble, France
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Ghaffari M., Svystunova L., Jarvis L., (2021). Cracking the box or stretching the walls? Exploiting institutional plasticity in Iranian creative advertising, Human Relations, forthcoming (forthcoming) forthcoming.
  • Staggs J., Wright A., Jarvis L., (2021). Institutional change, entrepreneuring and place: Building a Smart State, Organization Studies, forthcoming (forthcoming) forthcoming.
  • Goodrick E., Jarvis L., Reay T., (2020). Preserving a professional institution: Emotion in discursive institutional work, Journal of Management Studies, 57 (4) 735-774.
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  • Jarvis L., Goodrick E., Hudson B. A., (2019). Where the heart functions best: Reactive-affective conflict and the disruptive work of animal rights organizations, Academy of Management Journal, 62 (5) 1358-1387.
  • Jarvis L., (2017). Feigned versus felt: Feigning behaviors and the dynamics of institutional logics, Academy of Management Review, 42 (2) 306-333.
  • Jarvis L., (2016). Identification, intentions and entrepreneurial opportunities: An integrative process model, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 22 (2) 182-198.
  • Jarvis L., (2016). Shame and institutional stability – or – change in healthcare, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 36 (3/4) 173-189.
Teaching
Grande Ecole (Bachelor cycle) :
  • Fundamental of strategy
Grande Ecole (Master cycle) :
  • Change management for sustainability strategies