Elise MARESCAUX

Elise MARESCAUX
Associate Professor
Ph.D., in Business Economics - KU Leuven
Head of Department
Track: Human Resources Management
LEM Member
Education
  • 2013 : Ph.D., in Business Economics, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • 2008 : Master of Science in Business Economics, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • 2007 : Bachelor in Business Economics, KU Leuven, Belgium
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2022 - present, Deputy Dean of Faculty, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2019 - present, Associate Professor Human Resource Management, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2019 - present, Head of the Department of "People, Organizations and Negotiation", IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2017 - 2019, Track Coordinator Human Resource Management, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2015 - 2019, Assistant Professor Human Resource Management, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2014 - 2015, Adjunct Professor Human Resource Management, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2014 - 2015, Post-doctoral Researcher, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
  • 2008 - 2014, Teaching and Research Assistant, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
Scientific prizes and Awards
Awards
  • 2015 : 2014 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award, Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence
  • 2008 : Acerta best paper Award, Acerta
Honors
  • 2019 : Top downloaded article 2017-2018 in European Management Review entitled "Developmental HRM, employee well-being and performance: The moderating role of developing leadership", European Management Review
  • 2019 : Paper "Van Zelderen, Dries and Marescaux (2019). Using the SCT to explain why a manager should remain secret about talent status" selected as one of the top posters presented at the SIOP conference , Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • 2018 : Paper selected as Best Paper at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting - Seeing eye to eye on family supportive supervisor behaviors: the impact on employee outcomes, Academy of Management
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Berber A., Findikli M. A., Marescaux E., Rofcanin Y., Mughal F., Swart J., (2022). Exploring the effects of reduced load work arrangements (RLWAs): The role of individual autonomy and workplace level justice perceptions, European Management Journal, X (X) X.
  • VAN WAEYENBERG T., Brebels L., De Winne S., Marescaux E., (2022). What Does Your I-deal Say About Me? A Social Comparison Examination of Coworker Reactions to Flexibility I-deals, Group and Organization Management, / (/) /.
  • De Meulenaere K., De Winne S., Marescaux E., Vanormelingen S., (2021). The Role of Firm Size and Knowledge Intensity in the Performance Effects of Collective Turnover, Journal of Management, 47 (4) 993-1023.
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  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., Brebels L., (2021). Putting the Pieces together: A review of HR differentiation literature and a multilevel model, Journal of Management, 47 (6) 1564–1595.
  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., Rofcanin Y., (2021). Co-worker reactions to i-deals through the lens of social comparison: the role of fairness and emotions, Human Relations, 74 (3) 329-353.
  • Marescaux E., Rofcanin Y., Las Heras M., Ilies R., Bosch M., (2020). When employees and supervisors (do not) see eye to eye on family-supportive supervisor behaviours: The role of segmentation desire and work-family culture, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 121 (/) 1-16.
  • KELLY C., Rofcanin Y., Las Heras M., Ogbonnaya C., Marescaux E., Bosch M., (2020). Seeking an "ideal" balance: Schedule flexibility i-deals as mediating mechanisms between supervisor emotional support and employee work and home performance, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 118 (/) 1-17.
  • Rofcanin Y., Berber A., Marescaux E., Bal M., Mughal F., Findikli M.A., (2019). HR Differentiation: A Theoretical Paper Integrating Co-Workers’ Perspective and Context, Human Resource Management Journal, 29 (2) 270-286.
  • De Winne S., Marescaux E., Sels L., Van Beveren I., Vanormelingen S., (2019). The Impact of Employee Turnover and Turnover Volatility on Labor Productivity: a Flexible Non-Linear Approach, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30 (21) 3049-3079.
  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., Forrier A., (2019). Developmental HRM, employee well-being and performance: the moderating role of developing leadership, European Management Review, 16 (2) 317-331.
  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., Sels L., (2019). Idiosyncratic deals from a distributive justice perspective: examining co-workers' voice behavior, Journal of Business Ethics, 154 (1) 263-281.
  • De Winne S., Marescaux E., Sels L., Van Beveren I., Vanormelingen S., (2016). Het effect van (volatiliteit in) personeelsverloop op de arbeidsproductiviteit, Over.Werk, 26 (1) 155-159.
  • De Winne S., Marescaux E., Sels L., Vanormelingen S., (2015). De relatie tussen natuurlijk verloop en de arbeidsproductiviteit van een organisatie, Over.Werk, 25 (3) 44-51.
  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., Sels L., (2013). HR practices and HRM outcomes: the role of basic need satisfaction, Personnel Review, 42 (1) 4-27.
  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., Sels L., (2013). HR practices and affective organizational commitment: (when) does HR differentiation pay off?, Human Resource Management Journal, 23 (4) 329-345.
  • Forrier A., Marescaux E., De Winne S., (2010). Denkbeelden over vijftigplussers bij Vlaamse werkgevers, Over.Werk, 20 (1) 117-128.
Book Chapters
  • Dries N., Marescaux E., Van Zelderen A., (2021), Talent Management and Career Management, in: Routledge's companion to Talent Management.
  • Koch M., Marescaux E., (2021), Talent management and workforce differentiation, in: Routledge's companion to Talent Management.
  • Marescaux E., (2019), Resource-Based View, in: Canon van HRM - 50 theorieën over een vakgebied in ontwikkeling.
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  • Marescaux E., De Winne S., (2015), Equity versus need: how do co-workers judge the distributive fairness of i-deals?, in: Idiosyncratic Deals between Employees and Organizations. Conceptual issues, applications and the role of co-workers.
  • Sels L., Booghmans M., Marescaux E., De Winne S., Van Beveren I., (2011), Ondernemerschap in Vlaanderen: een stand van zaken, in: Capita selecta uit Vlaams arbeidsmarktonderzoek .
  • Van Hootegem G., De Winne S., Forrier A., Marescaux E., Sels L., Huys R., (2009), Bezig Vlaanderen, in: De Sociale Staat van Vlaanderen 2009.
  • De Winne S., Van Beveren I., Marescaux E., Sels L., (2009), Startend ondernemerschap en werkgelegenheidscreatie : een dynamisch en regionaal perspectief, in: Groeizaam Vlaanderen: een beleidsondersteunend wetenschappeli jk perspectief .
Peer Review Proceedings
  • Marescaux E., Rofcanin Y., Las Heras M., (2018), Seeing eye to eye on family supportive supervisor behaviors: the impact on employee outcomes, in: Academy of Management Proceedings Academy of Management , pp..
Research field
  • Human Resource Management
Teaching
Grande Ecole Program:
  • Fundamentals of human behavior
  • Introduction to human resource management
  • Talent management
  • Hrm research methodology
MSc in International Business :
  • International human resource management