Adrien Passant

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Adrien Passant

After several years of professional experience as a management consultant, Adrien Jean-Guy Passant defended his Ph.D in management at the University of La Sorbonne in Paris, France in 2018. He works on comparative studies in the areas of management and organizational history with a focus on the history of management education and business schools. His research interests include strategic management within business schools in Europe and the developing countries, temporality in strategy and longitudinal approaches in organization studies. He conducts archival research and works mainly with critical hermeneutic analysis and critical discourse analysis. He has been published in Business History, Enterprise & Society, La Revue de l'Entrepreneuriat, Entreprises et Histoire and Entreprendre et Innover. He has been Lecturer at ESCP Business School and at EMLYON Business School. Adrien Jean-Guy Passant believes in education. Discovering new ideas, skills and experiences is something that he has been doing since childhood voluntarily and with great joy. He is keen on interdisciplinarity and is led by Oscar Wilde motto: ?Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.?

adrien.passant@devinci.fr

Publications


Journal Articles

Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Making European managers in business schools: A longitudinal case study on dynamics, processes and actors from the late 1960s onwards Journal Article

In: Enterprise & Society, 2021.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Les épiciers à la quête du Graal : promouvoir le diplôme d'école de commerce comme sésame universitaire à la mode gréco-romaine Journal Article

In: Entreprises et Histoire, 100 (3), pp. 144-146, 2020.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant; Fernanda Arreola

Depuis quand apprenons-nous l'entrepreneuriat ? Une étude de cas historique dédiée à l'école ESCP Journal Article

In: Entreprendre et Innover, 42-43 (03-avr), pp. 146-158, 2019.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

The early emergence of European commercial education in the nineteenth century: Insights from higher engineering schools Journal Article

In: Business History, 61 (6), pp. 1051-1082, 2019.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Between filial piety and managerial opportunism: The strategic use of the history of a family business after the buyout by non-family purchasers Journal Article

In: Entreprises et Histoire, 91 , pp. janv-20, 2018.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Issues in European business education in the mid-nineteenth century: a comparative perspective Journal Article

In: Business History, 58 (7), pp. 1118-1145, 2016.

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Books

Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

A l'origine des écoles de commerce. ESCP Business School, la passion d'entreprendre Book

L'Harmattan, 2020, ISBN: 978-2-343-18659-7.

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Conferences

Fernanda Arreola; Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

From accountants to entrepreneurs: the evolution of entrepreneurial education within business schools in France Conference

1ère Conférence Internationale sur l'Education en Entrepreneuriat, Roanne, France, 2019.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Governing the ungovernable by adapting the dynamic governance capability over a long period of time: The case of a two-century business school, ESCP Europe (1819-2017)? Conference

34th EGOS Colloquium, Tallinn, Estonia, 2018.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Exploiter des sources lacunaires pour écrire l'histoire d'une organisation : Réflexions autour du ?paradigme indiciaire' de Carlo Ginzburg Conference

23es Journées d'Histoire du Management et des Organisations, Paris, France, 2018.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant; Jean-Philippe Bouilloud; Anne Gratacap

Le déploiement de la capacité dynamique de gouvernance en contexte de crise organisationnelle : Le cas ESCP Europe Conference

XXVIème conférence annuelle de l'Association Internationale de Management Stratégique, Lyon, France, 2017.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Between Filial piety and managerial opportunism: The strategic use of the history of a family business after the buyout by non-family purchasers Conference

Family Business Conference, EDHEC, Lille, France, 2017.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Under the ferrule of Clio: Uses of history in management education in the long run Conference

33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhaguen, Denmark, 2017.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Blasts from the past: The strategic use of managerial biographies in a context of organizational identity transformation Conference

Association of Business Historians, Glasgow, UK, 2017.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant; Jean-Philippe Bouilloud

Comment une business school gère son ambidextrie en termes d'innovations d'exploitation et d'exploration : Une analyse par le concept de capacité dynamique d'innovation pédagogique Conference

Abbé Grégoire Innovation Days 2017, Paris, France, 2017.

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Inproceedings

Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Criticize the Dead: The strategic use of a dean's biography in a context of organizational identity transformation. The case of ESCP Business School (1898-1900) Inproceedings

In: 2nd World Congress of Business History: Business History in a Chaning World, online, 2021.

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Differentiation Strategies in Management Education in nineteenth-century Europe: Evidence from Higher Schools of Commerce Inproceedings

In: PROCEEDINGS ICABE 2016, Nanterre, France, 2016.

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