Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

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Adrien Jean-Guy Passant

Adrien Jean-Guy Passant, Ph.D in Management, is professor at Léonard de Vinci Business School and researcher for the Léonard de Vinci Pôle Universitaire, Research Center. He works on comparative studies on business education for the nineteenth century and twentieth century. His research interests include strategic management within European business schools in the long run, time and temporality in strategy, and longitudinal approaches in organization studies. He has recently published a paper on “Issues in European business education in the mid-nineteenth century: A comparative perspective” in Business History in 2016 and another one “The early emergence of European commercial education in the nineteenth century: Insights from higher engineering schools” in Business History in 2019. He has been Lecturer at ESCP Europe 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 novelty and interdisciplinarity, and 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

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

Business History, 66 (6), pp. 1051-1082, 2019, ISSN: 0007-6791.

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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

Entreprises et Histoire , 91 (2), pp. 62-81, 2018, ISSN: 1161-2770.

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Adrien Jean-Guy PASSANT

“Issues in European business education in the mid-nineteenth century: A comparative perspective” Journal Article

Business History, 58 (7), pp. 1118-1145, 2016, ISSN: 0007-6791.

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