Edouard Pignot

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Edouard Pignot

Edouard Pignot is an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizational Psychology at EMLV Business School. He holds a PhD in Organization Studies from Warwick Business School, UK. In the past, he has held research and teaching position at the European Research Center for Information Systems, Münster University in Germany and at the Department of Psychological & Behavioural Science (PBS), London School of Economics, in the United Kingdom. His research investigates the place of affect and emotions in the digital space, namely the relationship between information technologies and our ways of organizing. His empirical inquiry draws on ethnographic studies of digital phenomena (e. g. gamification, blockchain, algorithmic management), plus observation and archives, to develop new theories to the information and organizational discipline. He has published in journals such as Journal of Association for Information Systems, Organization, Ephemera or The Conversation.



Journal Articles

Edouard Pignot

Who is pulling the strings in the platform economy? Accounting for the dark and unexpected sides of algorithmic control Journal Article

In: Organization, 2021.

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Edouard Pignot; Davide Nicolini; Mark Thompson

Affective Politics and Technology Buy-In: A Framework of Social, Political, and Fantasmatic Logics Journal Article

In: Journal Of The Association For Information Systems, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 901-935, 2020.

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Edouard Pignot

Bringing down the house (of Goldman Sachs): Analyzing corrupt forms of trading with Lacan Journal Article

In: Ephemera, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 387-409, 2015.

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Edouard Pignot

Ideological materiality at work: A Lacanian approach Incollection

In: L. Introna, Kavanagh (Ed.): Beyond interpretivism new encounters with technology and organization, vol. 1, pp. 93-107, Springer, Cham, 2016, ISBN: 978-3-319-49733-4.

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Edouard Pignot

La « jouissance cynique », un moteur de l'activité des VTC Miscellaneous

The Conversation, 2021.

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