Aurelien Baillon co-directing new chair on "Mental health in Executive Directors of SMEs and VSBs"
emlyon business school and Malakoff Humanis are launching the chair “Mental health in Executive Directors of SMEs and VSBs”, in order to study the psychological health of executive directors, its representations and consequences in the universe of SMEs and VSBs. The chair pairs methodological innovation and subject with powerful societal and economical outreach. For more information see: here
The chair will be co-directed by BRIO member Aurélien Baillon. We are very happy to welcome Farnaz Farzam who is joining BRIO for her PhD and will be funded by this new chair.
Astrid Hopfensitz on the role of single men during the COVID-19 pandemic
Astrid Hopfensitz wrote an article in The Conversation on the role single men played during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read the piece here.
The academic paper that this is based on was published in the Journal of Economics Psychology. The paper uses data from 46,450 respondents in 67 countries and reveals that married people are more likely to comply with protective health measures than single people. And this is especially true for men.
Gordon Sayre on Pay Volatility
BRiO member Gordon Sayre recently published an article in the Journal of Applied Psychology on the harmful effects of pay volatility. You can read his summary of this work on The Conversation. The research has also been covered by the American Psychological Association, U.S. News and World Report, Science Daily, and others.
Selected publications from BRiO members
Choi, S., Goyal, S., Moisan, F., & To, Y. Y. T. (2023). Learning in Networks: An Experiment on Large Networks with Real-World Features. Management Science, 69(5), 2778-2787.