Carine FARIAS

Carine FARIAS
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Management Sciences, Management - EM Lyon
Track: Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Education
  • 2015 : Ph.D., Management Sciences, Management, EM Lyon, France
  • 2009 : Master, Management Sciences, Management, EM Lyon, France
  • 2007 : Bachelor, Management Sciences, Communication, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Professional Experiences
Professional Experience :
  • 2010 - 2010, New Project Development assistant, Empreedimento de Tecnologia por la Vida - Social Business, San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
  • 2008 - 2009, New project development manager, Thermes Nationaux d'Aix-les-Bains, Aix-les-Bains, France
  • 2007 - 2007, Marketing Assistant, ADOMA du Rhône, Lyon, France
  • 2006 - 2006, Head of Mission, Terr'Ativa NGO, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Scientific prizes and Awards
Awards
  • 2013 : APROS Best Doctoral Paper Award, Hitotsubashi University
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Seremani T. W., Farias C., Clegg S., (2022). New Order and Old Institutions: South Africa and the Institutional Work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Organization Studies, 43 (4) 573– 593.
  • Farias C., Seremani T. W., Fernández Pablo, (2021). Popular Culture, Moral Narratives and Organizational Portrayals: A Multimodal Reflexive Analysis of a Reality Television Show, Journal of Business Ethics, 171 (2) 211-226.
  • Farias C., (2019). When reciprocal violence turns into mutual acceptance: A reflection on how dealing with hostile testing facilitated ethnographic production., Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 9 (2) 189-203.
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  • Farias C., Fernández P. D., Hjorth D., Holt R., (2019). Organizational entrepreneurship, politics and the political, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 31 (7-8) 555–566.
  • Farias C., (2019). The ethnographer as an intruder: Negotiating the boundaries of intimacy in an intentional community, M@n@gement, 22 (1) 92-129.
  • Farias C., (2017). Money is the root of all evil, or is it? Recreating culture through everyday neutralizing practices, Organization Studies, 38 (6) 775-793.
  • Farias C., (2017). That’s what Friends are for: Hospitality and emotional bonds fostering collective empowerment in an intentional community, Organization Studies, 38 (5) 577-595.
Research fields
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Alternative Organizing
  • Ethnography
  • Business Ethics
Teaching
Grande Ecole Program:
  • Sustainability strategies
  • Business ethics
International MBA :
  • Design thinking
MSc in International Business :
  • Creativity and design thinking
  • Technology entrepreneurship