||Research Centre : Fayol Institute
Department : Management Responsible and Innovation (MRI)
Coactis (EA4161) Center for research in management from Universités Lyon 2 et Jean Monnet de Saint Etienne (http://coactis.org/)
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School Phone : (+33/0) 477 420 214
Mail address : 158 Cours Fauriel, CS 62362, 42023 Saint‐Étienne, France.
Office : Room 332 Espace Fauriel, 29 Rue Pierre et Dominique Ponchardier, 42100 Saint‐Étienne, France.
| Research topics
Human Resources, new forms of organisation,
Visiting Researcher (3 months) at Lebanese University, Beirut, Lebanon.
2009, PhD in Social Psychology, University of Lyon. France.
1991, Master in Work Psychology, University of Lyon. France.
1989, Master’s degree in social Psychology,
Nadine Dubruc graduated from the University of Lyon with a Master’s Degree in Psychology, specialized in Work Psychology, and a PhD in Social Psychology. She is an Associate Professor at the Henri Fayol Institute of the “École des Mines de Saint‐Étienne” (France), and member of Coactis (EA 4161), research centre in management at Lyon 2 and Saint‐Étienne Universities. Her research focuses on core areas of work psychology and related areas, including training and learning, team working, knowledge capture, new forms of work organization and human resource management.
Being very knowledgeable in Organisational Development and Social Economy, she has published in 2017 the article « The Stakeholders : A Key Player for Lebanese SMEs in Difficult Times » in the Journal of Business and Management (JBM), published by the International Organization of Scientific Research, as well as in 2016 the “Qui sont les entrepreneurs sociaux dans l’ESS ?” in the Revue de l’Entrepreneuriat.
Throughout her career, she has led different research projects with companies based on action research and is the correspondent for Mines Saint‐Etienne exchanges with Lebanese University.