Management, Law and Human Resources
Philippe Jacquart is Associate Professor of Leadership at EMLYON Business School. He received his doctorate in management from the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC Lausanne ) of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He was a visiting scholar at the Business School of the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), and most recently, a postdoctoral fellow at the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania (U.S.A.)
2010: Doctorate in Management, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
2002: MSc in Management, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
2000: BSc in Economics and Management, University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
Since 2015: Associate Professor, EMLYON Business School, France
2013 – 2015: Assistant Professor, EMLYON Business School, France
2011 – 2012: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Wharton Business School, UPenn, U.S.A.
2010 – 2011: Researcher and Project Coordinator, European Commission suuported project
June 2014: Visiting professor, Center for Advanced Studies, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
2008 – 2009: Visiting scholar, Amsterdam Business School, UvA, Netherlands
Editorial board member:
The Leadership Quarterly (2014-present)
Frontiers in Psychology, Review Editor for Organizational Psychology (2016-present)
RHPM3A - Leadership: Theories and perspectives (MSc Program)
EMLD - Leadership Development (EMM Program)
ERM07 - Comportement Individuel et Organisationnel (ERM Program)
IFOB – Organizational Behavior (IMBA Program)
PHD1QN - Quantitative Design, parts I and II (PhD Program)
PHD2QN - Quantitative Bootcamp (PhD Program)
ACADEMIC ARTICLES (5)‑ Antonakis, John, BASTARDOZ, Nicolas, , Jacquart, Philippe, , SHAMIR, Boar. 2016. Charisma: An Ill-Defined and Ill-Measured Gift.Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 3 (1): 293-319 P.
‑ JACQUART, Philippe, ANTONAKIS, John. 2015. When does charisma matter for top-level leaders? Effect of attributional ambiguity.Academy of Management Journal, 58 (4): 1051-1074 P.
‑ ARMSTRONG, J. Scott, Jacquart, Philippe. 2013. The Ombudsman: Is the Evidence Sufficient to Take Action on Executive Pay?: Reply to Commentators.Interfaces, 43 (6): 602-604 P.
‑ JACQUART, Philippe, ARMSTRONG, J. Scott. 2013. The Ombudsman: Are Top Executives Paid Enough?: An Evidence-Based Review.Interfaces, 43 (6): 580-589 P.
‑ ANTONAKIS, John, BENDAHAN, Samuel, , JACQUART, Philippe, , LALIVE, Rafael. 2010. On making causal claims: A review and recommendations.Leadership Quarterly, 21 (6): 1086-1120 P.
BOOK CHAPTERS (4)‑ Jacquart, Philippe, Cole, Michael, , Gabriel, Allison S., , Koopman, Joel, , Rosen, Christopher C.. 2017. Studying Leadership: Research Design and Methods., The Nature of Leadership. : Sage Publications
‑ Antonakis, John, BENDAHAN, Samuel, , Jacquart, Philippe, , LALIVE, Rafael. 2014. Causality and Endogeneity: Problems and Solutions., The Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations. : Oxford University Press
‑ Antonakis, John, Jacquart, Philippe. 2012. The far side of leadership: Rather difficult to face., Exploring Distance in Leader-Follower Relationships: When Near is Far and Far is Near. : Routledge, 155-187 P.
‑ Antonakis, John, BENDAHAN, Samuel, , Jacquart, Philippe. 2011. The Right Person for the Job: Choosing and Managing Leaders., Responsible Management Practices for the 21st Century. : Pearson HEC Lausanne
CONFERENCES (2)‑ BASTARDOZ, Nicolas, Jacquart, Philippe, , Antonakis, John. 2015. Crisis and Rhetoric in Presidential Leadership: A Regression Discontinuity Design.: AOM, Academy of Management
‑ Jacquart, Philippe, Antonakis, John. 2014. Selecting Top-Level Leaders: The Effect of Charisma Under Conditions of Attributional Ambiguity.: AOM, Academy of Management
PRESS ARTICLES (4)‑ Jacquart, Philippe. 2016. Research indicated Trump was the frontrunner.ILM,
‑ Jacquart, Philippe. 2016. Présidentielle américaine: le modèle qui prévoyait la victoire de Trump.La Tribune,
‑ Jacquart, Philippe, Antonakis, John. 2015. When do charismatic leaders rise to the top job?.LSE Business Review,
‑ Jacquart, Philippe. 2014. Business school experts: High CEO pay hurts American companies, stockholders.FoxNews,