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Evelyn Micelotta

Micelotta, Evelyn
Professeure agrégée
Bachelor and Master (Milan Polytechnic), Ph.D. (Milan Polytechnic), Ph.D. (University of Alberta)
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DMS 7163
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613-562-5800 poste 4724
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Evelyn Micelotta est une professeure agrégée en gestion à l'École de gestion Telfer de l'Université d'Ottawa. Elle a obtenu un doctorat en gestion et organisation stratégiques de l'Alberta School of Business et un doctorat en gestion technique de l'École polytechnique de Milan. Ses recherches portent sur la gestion du changement en milieu institutionnel, les entreprises familiales et la dynamique socioculturelle dans les milieux entrepreneuriaux. Ses recherches ont été publiées dans différentes publications tel que Journal of Management, Academy of Management Annals, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Organization Studies et Family Business Review, entre autres. Elle est actuellement rédactrice en chef adjointe de la revue Family Business Review.

Publications au cours des 7 dernières années

Chapitres de livres

  • Micelotta, E., Lounsbury, M. and Greenwood, R. Institutional Change. In Van de Van, A. and Poole, S.. Oxford Handbook of Organizational Change. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020.
  • Biygautane, M., Micelotta, E., Gabbioneta, C. and Cappellaro, G. In the land of sand and oil: How the macrofoundations of a tribal society shape the implementation of infrastructure public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Qatar. In Gehman, J., Glaser, V., Toubiana, M., Steel, C. and Hannigan, T.. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Macrofoundations of Institutions. United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing, 2020.
  • Micelotta, E., Glaser, V. and Dorian, G. Qualitative research in family business: Methodological insights to leverage inspiration, avoid data asphyxiation, and develop robust theory. In Kammerlamer, N. and De Massis, A.. Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods for Family Business. London: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020.
  • Country Report: Lawyers in Italy. In Hammerslev, O., Sommerlad, H., Abel, R. and Schultz, U.. Lawyers in Society: 30 Years After. 2nd Australasian ed., Milton: Wiley, 2019.

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

  • Ge, J. and Micelotta, E. 2019. When Does the Family Matter? Institutional pressures and corporate philanthropy in China. Organization Studies, 40(6): 833-857.
  • Sasaki, I., Ravasi, D. and Micelotta, E. 2019. Family Firms as Institutions: Cultural reproduction and status maintenance among multi-centenary shinise in Kyoto. Organization Studies, 40(6): 793-831.
  • Micelotta, E. and Lounsbury, M. 2019. Building bridges to cross oceans: Reflections on organization studies in the 21st century. Stato e Mercato, 3: 327-375.
  • Micelotta, E., Washington, M. and Docekalova, I. 2018. Industry gender imprinting & new venture creation: The liabilities of women’s leagues in the sports industry. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 42(1): 94-128.
  • Micelotta, E., Lounsbury, M. and Greenwood, R. 2017. Pathways of institutional change: An integrative review and research agenda. Journal of Management, 43(6): 1885-1910.
  • Micelotta, E. and Washington, M. 2013. Institutions and maintenance: The repair work of Italian professions. Organization Studies, 34(8): 1137-1170.
  • Fairclough, S. and Micelotta, E. 2013. Beyond the family firm: Reasserting the influence of the family institutional logic across organizations. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 39(B): 63-98.

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