Anaïs Hamelin

Anaïs Hamelin
University of Strasbourg | UNISTRA · Institut d’études politiques (IEP)

PhD

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Introduction
Anaïs Hamelin currently works at the Institut d’études politiques (IEP), University of Strasbourg. Anaïs does research in Entrepreneurial Economics, Financial Economics and Business Administration.
Additional affiliations
September 2011 - present
Ecole de Management Strasbourg
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

Publications

Publications (22)
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Firm growth is overwhelmingly presented as positive. Policy-makers strongly support it, educators recommend it, and academics commonly use it as a measure of success. While it is demonstrated that high-growth firms contribute disproportionately to job creation and economic growth and that firm growth can be associated with superior outcomes, some s...
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Nous étudions l’impact d’une stratégie de croissance externe sur la performance d’un échantillon de PME françaises s’étant introduites en bourse entre 2006 et 2014. A l’aide d’une approche en différence dans les différences, nous montrons que les entreprises qui réalisent des acquisitions obtiennent des performances plus élevées que celles qui ont...
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In management, addressing behavioral and cognitive issues empirically is particularly challenging, as it requires combining both internal and external validity with multilevel data collection. The traditional quantitative methodologies used in this area, which are surveys and laboratory experiments, are ill-suited for this purpose. This paper prese...
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Dans quelle mesure la résilience entrepreneuriale peut-elle constituer un nouvel enjeu de formation des étudiants-entrepreneurs ? Forte d’une expérience de plus de 20 années au contact des acteurs de l’entrepreneuriat, l’Académie de l’Entrepreneuriat et de l’Innovation (AEI) a mobilisé son expertise, ses ressources et ses réseaux afin de répondre à...
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Purpose We introduce and summarize the selected papers of the Special Section on the “Micro-Foundations of Small Business Internationalization and briefly summarize the state-of-the-art of this literature stream. Design/methodology/approach We briefly summarize the state-of-the-art of the literature regarding the micro-foundations of small busines...
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Ambitious entrepreneurship is rare but its economic impact is far stronger than less or non-ambitious entrepreneurial activity. Current research in this emergent field of inquiry focuses on a declarative ambition, an intention or a motivation to grow, and essentially examines its effects on the short-term, finding mixed results. Building on the the...
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This paper adds new insights on the specificities of entrepreneurs, by focusing on the specificity of entrepreneurs' financial behaviour. First, we provide a detailed review of the literature on the private equity premium puzzle. This review underlines that, from a financial perspective, entrepreneurs differ from non-entrepreneurs because of the lo...
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This paper explores whether the benefits and costs of affiliation with a business group (BG) are influenced by firm and BG size. We explore this issue empirically using a unique data set on French small businesses ownership. Our results show that affiliation with a BG has a positive influence on small businesses performance. Moreover, we observe th...
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The performance implications of family ownership have been studied extensively. However, studies that investigate the influence of family ownership on small business growth remain scarce and suffer from several shortcomings. To remedy these shortcomings, this paper uses a very large sample of French SMEs to explore the relationship between family o...
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This paper investigates the influence that a firm’s distance from control has on its performance, using balance sheet information and a unique data set on small business ownership. This study fills a gap in the empirical governance literature by investigating whether there is expropriation of minority shareholders in small business groups. Contrary...
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The limitations of microcredit in the fight against poverty : the example of child labour The article examines the role that microfinance can play in stamping out child labour. A review of theoretical and empirical literature brought out the main determining factors behind child labour. It emerges that child labour results mainly from household pov...

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