Associate Professor of Organization Theory
“ My research focuses on the transformation of firms and work, a question that I examine through the study of new modes of governing research activities in large firms, their impact on researchers’ work and capabilities, and the influence of public policy in this domain.
- Younes, D., Courpasson, D., Jacob, M. (2018). Ethics from Below: Secrecy and the Maintenance of Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, Forthcoming
- Courpasson, D., Younes, D. (2017). Double or Quits: Understanding the links between secrecy and creativity in a project development process. Organization Studies, 39 (2-3): 271-295.
- Younes, D. (2012). Why Is Inter-Sectoral Cooperation Difficult to Maintain? Insights from French Cluster Policy. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 30 (5).
- Boisard, P., Didry, C., Younes, D. (2016). Les travailleurs de l’innovation: de l’entrepreneur aux salariés. Rennes: PUR, Presses Universitaires de Rennes 307.
Transformations of firms and work; transformations of scientists’ work in firms; the relationship between organizations and professions; inter-occupational negotiations; emergence and continuity of forms of economic governance; territorial identities; innovation policies.