I am Professor of Strategy in the Department of Management & Organisation at PSL-Paris-Dauphine University I have a PhD in Strategic Management from HEC Paris and held academic positions at Imperial College London and Bocconi University.

My research is focused on the social evaluation of organizations in relation to business and corporate strategy. It appears in major academic journals, including Academy of Management Journal, American Journal of Sociology, and Strategy Science.

My work lies at the intersection of strategy and organization theory. I study how organizations are evaluated by key stakeholders 
in fragmented institutional environments, and how evaluations relate to strategic issues, including resource acquisition (e.g., financing, social and human capital), resource allocation, market performance and survival. My current research agenda is largely focused on corporate scandals and their consequences for organizational competition.

My work tends to be empirical and quantitative, and involves the econometrical analysis of large-scale datasets. My research has been distinguished by international awards (EGOS Grigor McClelland Award, AoM Int'l Dissertation Award, ISA Best Dissertation Award, HEC Foundation Best Dissertation)