• Societal and economic transition & Risk management

Lille Economics Management (LEM)

Research unit - UMR 9221


We are a multidisciplinary laboratory in economics and management that conducts research supporting the development of economic activity and the evaluation of public policies. The LEM is structured around four research axes: Decison-Making, Management & Organization, Economic and Financial Flows, Marketing, Negotiation & Sales. These axes cover all questions related to international macroeconomics, finance, public economics, entrepreneurship, organizational transformation and performance, relationship marketing, and econometrics. We are open to all academic and industrial collaborations and propose training and services related to our expertise.


  • Etienne Farvaque


Bâtiment SH2, Avenue Jean Perrin
Campus Cité Scientifique, Université de Lille


Lille Economics Management


Effectif total : 260

Personnel de recherche : 200

Personnel d'appui à la recherche : 5



Marketing Negotiation & Sales
• Consumer behavior; relationship marketing; BtoB and BtoC relationships

• Labor Market
• Local Public Economics
• Risk Theory
• Health policy
• Environmental Policy

Management & Organization
• Ethics and corporate social responsibility
• Evolution of managerial practices and work practices
• Sociological and/or economic issues of organizational dynamics

Economic & Financial Flows
• International macroeconomics
• Functioning of financial and monetary markets
• Capital structures of firms
• Economics of migration

Example(s) of publications

• Anne Jeny, Julien Onillon, Les 12 travaux de l'analyste financier : Un récit, une enquête, une méthodologie, Pearson France 🡭
• Yi Li, Nico Heuvinck, Mario Pandelaere. The Light = Healthy Intuition. Journal of Consumer Psychology, Elsevier, 2021 🡭
• Ukrayinchuk, Nadiya and Drapier, Carine, (2021), Exhausted migrant effect: La santé des travailleurs immigrés en France, Region et Developpement, 53, issue , p. 69-100 🡭
• James Boyer, Jean-Marc Touzard, To what extent do an innovation system and cleaner technological regime affect the decision-making process of climate change adaptation? Evidence from wine producers in three wine clusters in France, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 315, 2021, 128218, ISSN 0959-6526 🡭
• Nada Endrissat, Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte, From sites to vibes: Technology and the spatial production of coworking spaces, Information and Organization, 2021, 100353, ISSN 1471-7727 🡭
• Ruchama E., Ansaram K. (2021) Assessment of Disaster Risk Reduction Practices in Mauritius. In: Leal Filho W., Luetz J., Ayal D. (eds) Handbook of Climate Change Management. Springer, Cham 🡭
• Dormont, B., Kingsada, A. & Samson, A.-L. (2021). The Introduction of Pay-for-Performance: What Impact on General Practitioners' Activity in France? Economie et Statistique / Economics and Statistics, 524-525, 11–29 🡭
• Noury A, François A, Gergaud O, Garel A (2021) How does COVID-19 affect electoral participation? evidence from the French municipal elections. PLoS ONE 16(2): e0247026 🡭
• Christof Beuselinck, Garen Markarian, Arnt Verriest, Employee protection shocks and corporate cash holdings, Journal of Corporate Finance, Volume 69, 2021, 102027, ISSN 0929-1199 🡭
• Loïc Berger, Nicolas Berger, Valentina Bosetti, Lars Hansen, Christopher Jarvis, et al.. Rational Policymaking during a Pandemic. 2020 🡭
• Loïc Berger, Louis Eeckhoudt (2021) Risk, Ambiguity, and the Value of Diversification. Management Science 67(3):1639-1647 🡭
• Thomas Baudin, David de la Croix, Paula Gobbi, Endogenous Childlessness and Stages of Development, Journal of the European Economic Association, Volume 18, Issue 1, February 2020, Pages 83–133 🡭
• Fateh Belaïd, Ahmed Elsayed, Anis Omri. Key drivers of renewable energy deployment in the MENA Region: Empirical evidence using panel quantile regression. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Elsevier, 2021, 57, pp.225-238.

Collaborations/Partners/Scientific clients

University of Warsaw (Poland), University of Mons (Belgium), Kulak University (Belgium)

Collaborations/Partners/Private Clients

SNCF, RENAULT, La Vie Active, Semenses de France

Services offers

Applications sectors

  • Education / Training
  • Trade / Retail
  • Science / Research

Services provided

• Study of consumer behavior
• Use of massive data to predict and influence consumer behavior
• Competitive intensity studies
• Evaluation of the economic performance of connected cities
• Effect of agri-environmental policies on value creation in rural areas
• Fiscal impact of immigration
• Analysis of the effect of outsourcing on R&D in the pharmaceutical industry
• Impact of working conditions on the return to work after cancer
• Study of the links between energy policies and the sustainability of long-term growth
• Analysis of the efficiency and productivity of organizations
• Analysis and performance of business models
• Analysis of the social, political, spatio-temporal, material and historical dimensions of the evolution of managerial and work practices in the context of the digitalization of society and the development of the collaborative economy
• Analysis of the sociological and/or economic stakes of organizational dynamics as well as their impacts on individuals
• Application of quantitative methods in economics and management
• Analysis of socio-economic inequalities in the face of cancer
• Evaluation of productive efficiency in the field of care planning
• Econometric/statistical methods applied to the economy, environment, transport, health
• Analysis of the functioning of financial and monetary markets
• Portfolio risk analysis
• Analysis of firms' capital structures, their financing methods, the constraints linked to these financing methods and their impact on the pricing of credits

Consulting services

We provide consulting services related to all our areas of expertise.


We do not offer access to any equipment.


Affiliated institutions / organisations


Doctoral schools

Regional strategic areas of activity

  • Societal and economic transition & Risk management
    • Digital transformation, organizational agility, digital social inclusion
    • New economic models