Jessie Palluds Research Work on Information Systems Rewarded by the Paris Dauphine University Foundation
Publié le April 29, 2013, Mis à jour le June 18, 2014
EM Strasbourg Business School Associate Professor Jessie Pallud was recently awarded the 2013 Dauphine Foundation Prize. The article singled out for the award is entitled «The Influence of Individual, Contextual and Social Factors on Perceived Behavioral Control of Information Technology: A Field Theory Approach ». It was co-written with Michel Kalika and Christophe Élie-Dit-Cosaque, who are respectively Professor and Associate Professor at Paris Dauphine University, and published in the Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS) in 2012. Its main focus is on taking into account user behavior when implementing new information systems..
Jessie Pallud ranked second nationally in the first 2012-2013 national competitive examination for teaching and research (Agrégation) in Management Sciences.