Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership
Philippe Jacquart is an organizational behavior scholar focusing on leadership. He studies the invisible forces that shape the leadership process, in particular at the upper echelons of organizations. Prior to joining emlyon, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Wharton School, at the University of Pennsylvania.
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
• Sage Publications/RMD Best Student Conference Paper Award--by association with Nicolas Bastardoz (2017)
• The Leadership Quarterly Best Article of the Year Award, prize offered by the Center for Creative Leadership (2010)
• University of Lausanne, Faculty Award for doctoral dissertation (2010)
• Finalist, Prix de la Société Académique Vaudoise for doctoral dissertation (2010)
• Swiss National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellowship (2010)
• Swiss National Science Foundation doctoral fellowship (2008)
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 supported project
Since June 2015: Invited scientific collaborator, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
January–June 2016: Visiting professor, Vlerick Business School, Ghent, Belgium
June 2014: Visiting professor, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
2008 – 2009: Visiting scholar, Amsterdam Business School, UvA, Netherlands
Editorial board member:
The Leadership Quarterly (2014-present)
Ad Hoc Reviewer:
• Academy of Management Journal
• AoM conference-OB division
• Business Ethics Quarterly
• European Psychologist
• Frontiers in Psychology
• Journal of Business Ethics
• Journal of Nonverbal Behavior
• Nonprofit Management and Leadership
• Organization Studies
• Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics
• Association for Psychological Science
• Academy of Management Association
• European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology
• Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Organizational behavior and leadership
IFOB: Organizational behavior (IMBA)
ERM06: Organizational behavior (MSc)
EMLD: Leadership development (MSc)
Research methods and design
PhD1QN: Quantitative design 1 (PhD)
PhD2QN: Quantitative design 2 (PhD), co-taught with Alan R. Johnson
ERM05: Communicating quantitative research (MSc)
Also currently teaching at the University of Lyon:
Economics and Management of Organizations: An Experimental Emphasis (PhD), co-taught with Brice Corgnet
• Research methods
ACADEMIC ARTICLES (6)‑ Guillén Ramo, Laura, Jacquart, Philippe, , Hogg, Michael A.. 2018. Leadership and the dark triad: How self-uncertainty helps malevolent leaders rise to the top.Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, 2018 (1)
‑ 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 (3)‑ Jacquart, Philippe. 2016. Présidentielle américaine: le modèle qui prévoyait la victoire de Trump.The Conversation France,
‑ 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,