CRIISEA brings together professors-researchers in Economics and Management from various institutions of the U.P.J.V. (UFR of Economics and Management, Institute of Business Administration, various UIT). Guided by methodological pluralism and committed to a multidisciplinary approach based on exchanges with the other social sciences, the research is part of the analysis of institutions and organizations in management sciences and economics. They question the processes of economic, ecological and social transitions, study new rules and emerging organizations, their forms of appearance in new practices and new economic and managerial discourses.
In particular, they question the new financing methods associated with transitions, the relationship between organisations, accounting rules and ecological constraints, the new modes of consumption and those associated with vulnerable populations, and the new professions associated with transition.
Research is organised around three axes:
a) Knowledge, solidarity and transitions
b) Government of organizations in transition
b) Money, finance and development
2.Organisational change (organisational dynamics in transition contexts or following systemic change, adaptation strategies).
3. Analysis of economic and managerial discourses
4. Work, transition and solidarity (new occupations of transition, practices of solidarity economy, impact of these solidarity practices on forms of work placement).
5. Monetary and financial governance (effect of credit and the impact of money on transitions, organisation of financial markets, banking risk, role of the central bank, financial institutions).
6. Organisational cooperation and networks (structuring markets through strategies for environmental stabilization, coordination arrangements, role of trust, relationship between entrepreneurial function and cooperation).
Example(s) of projects
Lead : Géraldine Rieucau ; Tourisme Territoires COVID (Lead : Sandrine Fournier)
Example(s) of publications
2. Vallois N and Chassonnery-Zaïgouche C (2021) “There Is Nothing Wrong about Being Money Grubbing!” Milton Friedman’s Provocative “Capitalism and the Jews” in Context, 1972–88. History of Political Economy 53(2): 313–345. 🡭
3. Jeffers E., Plihon D., « 9. Le rôle des banques centrales : ce que l’histoire nous apprend », Cahiers d'économie politique, 2022/2 (n° 81), p. 303-327. 🡭
4. Maignan M. et Karmouni H.E. (2022) « Les collectifs citoyens producteurs d’énergies renouvelables, acteurs économiques de la transition. » (2022) durable et territoires. Économie, géographie, politique, droit, sociologie 12(3). Vol. 12, n°3. 🡭
5. Malherbe L. (2022) A Stock-Flow Consistent Model of the Icelandic Economy, 2004–2021. Économie appliquée 2(2). Paris: Classiques Garnier: 115–146. 🡭
All publications can be found here : 🡭
International : Université de Buenos Aires (Argentine), Université de Budapest (Hongrie), Université de Mexico (Mexique), Université Fédérale de Rio de Janeiro (Brésil), Université Fédérale du Para (Brésil)
Affiliated institutions / organisations
Regional strategic areas of activity
- Cultural and creative industries
- Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D and 360° Interaction
- Societal and economic transition & Risk management
- Digital transformation, organizational agility, digital social inclusion
- Industrial and territorial ecology
- New economic models
- Public and European policies
- Resilience, risk factors and fragility
- Societal issues, employment, inclusion, social innovation