Adélie Ranville

Adélie Ranville
Grenoble École de Management | GEM · Department of People, Organization and Society

PhD Candidate
PhD Candidate at Grenoble Ecole de Management and Université Savoie Mont-Blanc. Looking for a Post-doc.

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Introduction
My research focuses on social entrepreneurship and social innovation through the study of energy cooperatives. I work more specifically on normativity, governance, members’ participation, ethics management, practice diffusion and sustainable business models. I use qualitative methods including content/thematic analysis, process analysis and comparative approaches, based on documents, interviews and observations.
Additional affiliations
September 2017 - present
Grenoble École de Management
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
January 2019 - September 2022

Publications

Publications (7)
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In this article, we apply deductive content analysis to the 100 most influential publications in the field of social entrepreneurship (SE) to identify the normative assumptions in SE scholarship. Using eight contemporary schools of thought in political philosophy as a template for analysis, we identify the philosophies underlying SE literature and...
Research
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Within the "Renewable energy cooperative” case study, we defined the boundaries of the field by relying on the cooperative principles provided by the European federation of renewable energy cooperatives (REScoop) and by the International Co-operative Alliance (ICA) respectively. These principles include i) concern for community, ii) voluntary and o...
Presentation
Présentation des travaux de recherche de SONNET sur les coopératives d'énergie renouvelable dans le cadre des "Dernières actualités de la recherche énergétique en Suisse romande" (DARE) – une série de l’Association des entreprises électriques suisses (AES) dédiée à l'échange de savoir entre industrie et recherche en Suisse romande. Disponible en l...
Article
This article contributes to on-going research on social business models by establishing a link with arguably one of the most salient global challenges we are confronted with today: economic exclusion. We conceive of economic exclusion broadly as a lack of access to salaried employment, finance, or essential goods and services. Addressing how and t...
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The democracy within cooperative is generally defined by the principle “one member, one vote”, one of the principles inscribed in the declaration on the cooperative identity by the Cooperative International Alliance. However, measuring democracy in cooperative is a problem that is incompletely addressed. In this paper, I try to redefine democracy i...
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FULL TEXT HERE : https://www.cairn.info/revue-recma-2018-1-page-92.htm L’approche d’Elinor Ostrom (prix Nobel d’économie en 2009) peut-elle être mobilisée dans l’étude des coopératives ? À partir d’un travail d’analyse de textes de l’auteure, cet article propose de clarifier certains concepts. Dans une perspective ostromienne, ce n’est pas le con...
Thesis
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Cette recherche porte sur les liens entre l'Economie Sociale et Solidaire et l'approche théorique d'Elinor Ostrom. Afin d'évaluer la pertinence de cette théorie pour étudier les coopératives, nous utilisons deux méthodes. Dans un premier temps nous réalisons une analyse textuelle d'un corpus d'articles d'Ostrom pour identifier les liens empiriques...

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Projects (5)
Project
This project aim to understant what are the normative foundations behind social enterprise theories and how researchers should deal with normativity in their research.
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The goal of the thesis is to better understand how normative principles intervene in “social enterprises” both as a concept and as an empirical object of study.
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Theorize sustainable business model and develop tools for pedagogy and practical use. In collaboration with the First Explorer Community http://www.flourishingbusiness.org/the-toolkit-flourishing-business-canvas/first-explorers/