Alternative Forms of Markets and Organizations

The Alternative Forms of Markets and Organizations (AFMO) team brings together researchers to investigate four key topics:

  • social and environmental innovations,
  • alternative forms of organizations,
  • the crafting of organizations,
  • the production and consumption of management knowledge.

Our team members create knowledge and share expertise by conducting research on pioneering markets and organizations to understand their management and business models as well as identify the historical roots behind such evolutions and their potential for creating social change.

AFMO Team Members

Leader
Daudigeos Thibault
Associate Professor
Leader
Daudigeos Thibault
Associate Professor
Leader
Daudigeos Thibault
Associate Professor
Leader
Daudigeos Thibault
Associate Professor
    Leader
    Daudigeos Thibault
    Associate Professor
      Contacts
      Thibault Daudigeos

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      • 10 Jan Stéphane Jaumier GEM

        Research: Powerless Chiefs, the Key to Effective Democratic Company Governance?

        Member-based organizations such as co-operatives are built around the concepts of democracy and equality. However, not all co-operatives are successful in maintaining their egalitarian approach. This latest study explores an innovative perspective...

      • 18 Oct

        Sharing Economy: Striking a Balance

        What are the fundamental principles that guide the sharing economy? How is this new economy revolutionizing our society? Is the sharing economy really all about sharing? To learn more about this new economic model, we speak with Thibault Daudigeos...

      • 26 Jan

        Research: Corporate Social Responsibility at Odds with Global Markets?

        Corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies have received much attention for their potential to improve societal conditions while creating value for companies. However, this latest study from Grenoble Ecole de Management highlights the fact that...

      • 22 Jun

        Research: Microeconomic Degrowth, Community Supported Agriculture

        Economic growth is the cornerstone of mainstream macroeconomics. In the face of economic crises and unemployment, growth has long been the only acceptable solution. Yet many issues have started to challenge this dominant economic model. As a result...