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NASR MOHAMED IKRAM

MOHAMED IKRAM NASR

Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management

Mohamed Ikram Nasr is Assistant Professor at EMLYON Business School. He received his doctorate in management from the University of Toulouse 1, France. Ikram’s research interests include organizational justice effects on newcomers’ adjustment, social exchange and heuristics theories of fairness, and interactionist perspectives of organizational socialization. He is a member of the organizing committee and a discussant in the annual Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management (University Paris Dauphine).

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2009 Doctorate in Management, University of Toulouse 1, France

Dissertation Title: “The Effects of Organizational Justice on Newcomers’ Socialization: An Uncertainty Management Perspective”

2004 Master in Management Science - Human Resource Management, University of Tunis, Tunisia

ExperienceTop

Since 2013: Assistant Professor, EMLYON Business School, France

Since 2011: Reviewer for M@n@gement (Organizational Behavior Division)

Since 2010: Member of the Organizing Committee and Papers’ Discussant in the annual Workshop on Research Advances in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management, University Paris Dauphine, Paris, France

2011 – 2013: Head of the Management Department, Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris, France

2009 – 2013: Permanent Professor, Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris, France

2007 – 2009: Temporary Lecturer and Research Assistant, University of Toulouse 1 Capitole, Toulouse, France

Courses taughtTop

MSc Program – Organizational Behavior

Research InterestTop

Organizational Justice:

Justice perceptions’ formation and effects

Fairness heuristics

Justice and social exchange

Justice effects on newcomers’ socialization

Organizational Socialization:

Newcomers’ perceptions, emotions and cognitions

Newcomers’ proactive behaviors

Social support and socialization

Interactionist models of newcomers’ socialization

Communications & SeminarsTop

Nasr, M.I., El Akremi, A., & Coyle-Shapiro, J. (2014). Supervisor Fairness and Support, Organizational Socialization Tactics and Newcomers’ Adjustment. 29th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), May 15-17, Honululu, Hawaii, USA.

Sebti, H. & Nasr, M.I. (2014). Les Acheteurs, « Modérateurs » de la Financiarisation : L’Echange Social pour Pallier le Sentiment d’Injustice. XXIIIème conférence de l’Association Internationale de Management Stratégique (AIMS), 26-28 Mai, Rennes – France.

Richebé, N., El Akremi, A., & Nasr, M.I.(2011). Rôle de la justice organisationnelle dans la socialisation des nouvelles recrues : Test d’un modèle interactionniste en médiation modérée, 22ème Congrès de l’Association francophone de Gestion des Ressources Humaines (AGRH),26-28 Octobre, Marrakech – Maroc.

Nasr, M.I., El Akremi, A., Roussel, P., & Sassi, N. (2009). Organizational justice effects on newcomers’ proactive behaviors: An uncertainty management perspective. Annual Meeting of the Academy Of Management, August 7-11, Chicago, Illinois – USA.

Nasr, M.I., El Akremi, A., & Vandenberghe, C. (2009). Le rôle médiateur de la confiance dans l’effet des perceptions de la justice organisationnelle sur les comportements et les attitudes des employés : Proposition et test d’un modèle de l’échange social au travail. 20ème Congrès de l’Association francophone de Gestion des Ressources Humaines (AGRH) (Sélectionnée parmi les Best Papers),9 – 11 Septembre, Toulouse.

Nasr, M.I., El Akremi, A., & Roussel, P. (2008). The effects of justice perceptions on newcomers’ proactive behaviors: The role of anticipatory injustice. Annual Meeting of the Academy Of Management, Session: Justice Dynamics and Processes over Time, August 8-13, Anaheim, California – USA.

El Akremi, A. & Nasr, M.I. (2007). The role of trust in understanding the interaction between procedural and distributive justice: A Test of Brockner & Siegel (1996) hypothesis. 13th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EWOP), 9 – 12 Mai 2007, Stockholm.

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