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Valentina Carbone

Valentina Carbone
ESCP Europe, Paris, France · Department of Information and Operations Management

Phd, HDR (French habilitation to supervise phd)

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Introduction
My new research project is about the emergent sharing economy phenomenon. Organisation science, management, marketing, sociology, environmental economics the lenses to analyse the sustainability and the scalability of the sharing economy initiatives. Escp Europe, IDDRI, Paris Sud, Dauphine, university of Toulouse + oui share and zero waste France the network partners. PICO is the name of the project " Meaning the collaborative pioneers, funded by the French ministry of sust dev
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September 2010 - December 2014
ESCP Europe, Paris, France
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Publications (77)
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RÉSUMÉ L’économie collaborative a conduit à l’essor de nombreuses plates-formes (Blablacar, Airbnb, Uber, etc.). La littérature a identifié plusieurs facteurs clefs de succès associés à leur essor, qui ne font que peu état de la logistique. Ces plateformes sont ainsi décrites comme des intermédiaires digitaux qui réussissent grâce à des stratégies...
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L’impact potentiel du développement de l’industrie 4.0 sur les relocalisations industrielles en France est souvent souligné dans la presse professionnelle ou grand public, mais ne fait à ce jour l’objet que d’une recherche académique très limitée. Pour tenter de combler cette lacune, au moins partiellement, nous avons mené une étude prospective sel...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate to what extent dynamic capabilities (DCs) developed in the field of green supply chain management can foster social supply chain performance. In addition, the role of both human and stakeholder capital in enhancing this relationship is investigated. Design/methodology/approach Relying on the theo...
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By organizing peer-to-peer exchanges and promoting access over ownership, the sharing economy is transforming a great variety of sectors. Enjoying fast growth, the sharing economy is an umbrella term encompassing heterogeneous initiatives that create different types of economic, environmental, or social value. This heterogeneity triggers tensions a...
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Interest in lean, the managerial system exemplified by the Toyota Production System, has gradually spread throughout different industries since the 1980s. Compared to mass production systems, lean systems ultimately transform the way employees act within their work environment. Despite significant improvements in operations management, the human di...
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We investigate the role of multi-stakeholder meta-organisations (MO) in sustainable supply chain management (SSCM). Through an exploratory case study on the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), we contribute to extant SSCM literature by highlighting how sustainability principles emerge in a collective space (roundtable) and then are diffused...
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La littérature en supply chain management (SCM) a délaissé un type de supply chains : les consumer-to-consumer (C2C) supply chains , qui relient les consommateurs lorsqu’ils échangent des produits. Reposant sur une approche conceptuelle, cet article montre à la communauté logistique et SCM l’intérêt qu’il y a à explorer ces supply chains . L’articl...
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Building on Langley and Holcomb’s (1992) elements of logistics customer value, we test for green transportation as an additional antecedent of logistics customer service. Two scenario-based experiments were conducted with distinct panels of online participants from the US and the UK, comprising 110 and 402 valid responses respectively. ANOVA was us...
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Purpose – Building on Langley and Holcomb’s (1992) elements of logistics customer value, we test for green transportation as an additional antecedent of logistics customer service. Design/methodology/approach – Two scenario-based experiments were conducted with distinct panels of online participants from the US and the UK, comprising 110 and 402 va...
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Purpose The growth of collaborative consumption is beginning to stimulate management research on this phenomenon. However, so far, few scholars have studied the logistics aspects related to these developments. The purpose of this paper is to develop a conceptual approach to the logistics at work in collaborative consumption. Design/methodology/ap...
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While corporate social responsibility (CSR) is recognized as taking on various national meanings and practices, research has not sufficiently investigated how multinational companies (MNC) simultaneously achieve global CSR integration and local CSR adaptation. Building on a qualitative case study carried out at ASICS, an MNC headquartered in Japan,...
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Patterned on crowdsourcing and crowdfunding, a new crowd practice has emerged in recent years: crowd logistics. In this paper, we propose a first conceptualization of this growing phenomenon. Crowd logistics is a novel way of providing logistics services that taps into the dormant logistics resources and capabilities of individuals, using mobile ap...
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In today's globalized world, career paths are becoming increasingly international, and so managers need respective cross-cultural strengths in order to act effectively in various cultural environments. Even though education—especially business education—is progressively becoming more international to meet these organizational demands, little is kno...
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Cet article développe une approche cognitive et discursive de l’émergence de nouveaux champs organisationnels. En analysant les discours d’entrepreneurs de l’économie collaborative, cet article identifie les référentiels théoriques et normatifs qui sous-tendent, légitiment et structurent leurs actions, et participent à l’émergence du champ de l’éco...
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Through the analysis of a twenty-one-years long relation (from 1973 to 1994) between the Brazilian government and Copersucar - the biggest sugar and ethanol producer of the world – the present study analyzes the antecedents of collaborative governance upon five distinct phases of the Proálcool program. In the longitudinal single case study conducte...
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L’essor de la consommation collaborative suscite un net intérêt en sciences de gestion. Cependant, peu de travaux se sont penchés sur les aspects logistiques propres à cette évolution. S’appuyant sur l’analyse de 32 démarches collaboratives, l’article analyse le rôle de la logistique au sein de la consommation collaborative. Selon la nature du pilo...
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In a context in which companies aim to optimize their social and environmental responsibility, they can adopt and combine Lean and Green strategies. This paper offers a quantitative study of Lean/Green integration focused on waste reduction techniques in manufacturing processes. The literature confirms the convergence of the concepts of Lean Manufa...
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L’ampleur de la croissance de l’économie collaborative constitue l’un des phénomènes marquants de ces dernières années et interpelle les acteurs publics et privés. Pourtant le champ de l’économie collaborative est difficile à délimiter et recouvre des initiatives hétérogènes. L’objet de cet article est d’éclairer les débats et paradoxes qui travers...
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L’ÉCONOMIE COLLABORATIVE RÉUNIT DIFFÉRENTS MONDES Ces dernières années ont été marquées par l’explosion du champ de l’économie collaborative. Si la plupart des observateurs s’accordent pour souligner son potentiel disruptif, les contours de cette nouvelle économie du partage restent flous et difficiles à appréhender. Le champ de l’économie collabor...
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L'objet de cet article est d'éclairer les débats et paradoxes qui traversent le champ émergent de l'économie collaborative en explorant les différentes racines théoriques qui l'irriguent. Nous identifions quatre traditions théoriques différentes dans lesquelles l'économie collaborative prend racine : l'économie de la fonctionnalité, du don, la gest...
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In today's globalized world, the demands of organizations on future managers have changed, as they need the skills and competences to act efficiently in various cultural environments. Even though education, and in particular business education, is becoming more and more internationalized to meet these needs, little is known about whether and how in...
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In the era of fierce competition among ports as elements of value chain systems, the opening of the boundaries to the market represents a crucial challenge that port authority has to cope with, in order to guarantee a lasting economic and social development of the port and its hinterland. We propose a theoretical framework to analyse value creation...
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In today’s globalized world, the demands of organizations on future managers have changed, as they need the skills and competences to act efficiently in various cultural environments. Even though education, and in particular business education, is becoming more and more internationalized to meet these needs, little is known about whether and how in...
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Published in Supply Chain Forum : an International Journal, vol. 15 (4), pp. 28-41.
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Comment organiser des initiatives combinant les enjeux environnementaux et sociaux avec ceux de l’activité de l’entreprise ? Les constats clés d’une étude récente.
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The aim of this article is to examine collaborative supply chain practices and their related ways of integrating environmental dimensions. Seven case studies of collaboration were analysed through the lens of proximity economics, a theoretical framework at the crossroads of spatial and industrial economics. Starting with a sample of collaborative i...
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In this article, we show the complementary roles that internal and external collaboration play in enhancing the performance of risk management processes in business firms. We also specify the importance of internal and external collaboration for each of the four dimensions of risk management: identification, assessment, mitigation and monitoring, o...
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The aim of this paper is to examine collaborative supply chain practices and their related ways of integrating an environmental dimension. Seven case studies were analysed relating to different stages of the supply chain (supply side, forward logistics, reverse logistics). We draw on “proximity economics”, a theoretical framework at the crossroads...
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Cet article se donne deux objectifs : d’une part, il s’agira d’illustrer les différentes formes que peut prendre la logistique verte dans un contexte spécifique (la filière textile et habillement), en opposition à la représentation homogène de bonnes pratiques génériques. D’autre part, il s’agira de comprendre les déterminants de cette diversité, q...
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Corporate responsibility (CR) in general, and sustainable supply chain management in particular, have been a growing concern for companies and researchers over the past decade. However, in scholarly work, sustainability has often been dealt with in a generic fashion or from an anecdotal point of view. Further, research works examining CR on the one...
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Existing literature is still lacking an overall descriptive model for sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) diffusion at the intra-organisation (between functions) and inter-organisation (between companies) levels. Drawing from theories of diffusion of business ideas and practices, and relying on a literature review on SSCM, our research aims...
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Fashion consumers are constantly demanding more variety of designs, better quality and service, including both reliability and faster delivery. The achievement of these objectives implies new relations, innovative processes and new modes of evaluation between supply chain stakeholders. These pressures have prompted academics and industrial leaders...
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Business leaders worldwide are proclaiming their interest in increasingly ambitious environmental initiatives. However, external observers, particularly not-for-profit organisations, are criticising the trend of many companies towards green communication or posturing rather than action, termed ‘green-washing’. Our purpose is to establish a link bet...
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nciter les firmes à davantage de responsabilité sociale et environnementale nécessite d’explorer de nouvelles formes d’intervention publique. Au travers de l’exemple du transport, nous tenterons de déterminer dans quelle mesure de nouvelles pratiques étatiques permettraient de nouvelles pratiques individuelles, en considérant l’apport limité des in...
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L'adoption de la démarche Supply Chain Management (SCM), centrée sur la logistique, apparaît comme un outil de performance pour la firme, puisque son ambition affichée est de répondre au triple objectif d'amélioration des niveaux de service, de réduction des coûts et de création de valeur, en gérant les relations, tant en amont qu'en aval, avec les...
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L'objectif de cette recherche est d'éclairer la diversité des pratiques collaboratives et leur possible déclinaison dans une démarche environnementale commune aux acteurs de la collaboration. Plus particulièrement, il s'agit d'illustrer des pratiques collaboratives différentes et de décrire la manière dont est prise en compte la contrainte environn...
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La montée des préoccupations environnementales et sociales fait émerger dans le transport de marchandises (désormais TM) une nouvelle référence-le transport durable-et avec elle un besoin d'évaluation. L'évaluation de la durabilité dans le TM est pourtant problématique à deux niveaux : celui des représentations utilisées pour le définir et celui de...
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Faced with the growing criticism of the externalities of transport, and freight in particular, transport policies have gradually set sustainable development targets. Although the objectives have evolved, the levers for bringing about change have remained the same: mainly the infrastructures made available and the charges for using them. The mid-ter...
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Sustainable development permeates every area of a corporation. Although the notion of sustainability is now widespread and focuses energies on environmental issues, it is weakened by numerous paradoxes.
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Face à la dénonciation croissante des externalités du transport – et notamment du transport de marchandises - la politique des transports s'est progressivement fixée des objectifs de développement durable. Si les objectifs ont évolué, les leviers d'intervention sont pour leur part restés les mêmes : l'offre d'infrastructures et la tarification de l...
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Face à la dénonciation croissante des externalités du transport-et notamment du transport de marchandises-la politique des transports s'est progressivement fixé des objectifs de développement durable. Si les objectifs ont évolué, les leviers d'intervention sont pour leur part restés les mêmes : l'offre d'infrastructures et la tarification de leur u...
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Certaines filières sont confrontées à de nombreuses contraintes législatives en matière de développement durable, que ce soit du fait de leur métier ou de leur niveau d'internationalisation impliquant, notamment, un fort recours au transport. Basé sur une étude Delphi et une enquête quantitative, l'article s'attache à montrer que, dans deux de ces...
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La récente révision du livre Blanc des transports en 2006 prône comme option de transport durable la co-modalité, autrement dit " le recours efficace à différents modes de transport isolément ou en combinaison " (CCE, 2006). La maîtrise de l'information, rendue possible grâce à de nouveaux systèmes de gestion, est au cœur du développement de la co-...
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Sustainability issues are particularly sensitive to the fashion supply chain, given current fierce competition, intensive resource use, and the exposure of penurious labour conditions in some regions.In this paper, we discuss how the sustainability movement is impacting the fashion retail supply chain organisation and its performance. We carried ou...
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Natural resource consumption, energy efficiency, deterioration of eco-systems, CO2 emissions: these are different facets of the same crisis which is impacting supply chains at a global scale. The increasing concern for environmental crisis is affecting most of the productive systems. However, some sectors are more severely hit than others buy the “...
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Most companies are claiming interest in integrating an environmental dimension into their business. More concretely, some major companies are now focusing on the environmental burden of their supply chain processes by recognizing some of the contemporary environmental dimensions such as carbon emissions, energy, and natural resources consumption. T...
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The turnover of the Clothing and Textiles (C&T) industry, in the EU-15 zone, is of about 200 billion euros per year. During recent years, at the same time that environmental regulation increased in Europe, we witnessed the growth of competition coming from the Far East. Against such background, we investigate in which degree environmental awareness...
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This work-in-progress paper covers research embedded in two projects on the sustainability of the textile and clothing sectors respectively in France and in the U.K. The clothing and textiles industry is responsible for more than 5% of the world exports, it has had an important contribution for the industrialisation of many countries, and it was on...
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This article reports on research into the ways European providers of logistics and transport services develop and grow. The strategic behaviour adopted by the leading 20 third-party European logistics service providers (3PLs) between 1998 and 2004 is examined, particularly their approach to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and logistics alliances. It...
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La présente contribution s'intéresse à l'alliance logistique client-prestataire, et s'appuie sur une analyse empirique réalisée dans le cadre d'une enquête sur les prestataires logistiques et de transport en Italie. En particulier, elle se fixe deux objectifs : d'une part, il s'agit de confirmer l'existence de différents niveaux de développement d'...
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Logistics, a set of physical operations and a set of methods for managing physical and informational flows, is one of the main issues concerning firms in the context of supply chains. What are customers' practices and reasons for the externalisation or internalisation of logistics? What kind of ‘service relationship' is set up to better share logis...
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As integrated supply-chain management (SCM) is now at the epicentre of business transformation, firms are breaking down boundaries between internal functions, as well as between the enterprise itself and key partners in the value chain (e.g. customers, distributors, suppliers and carriers). One of the main goals of such new management approach is t...
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The aim of this work is to analyse how and if port operators can face the challenge of higher integration, on the assumption that the higher the integration between the actors the higher the competitiveness of the whole supply chain. Accordingly, we adopted an SCM approach in the analysis of the port of Le Havre in Renault’s supply chain. More spec...
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Face à la dénonciation croissante des externalités du transport – et notamment du transport de marchandises – la politique des transports s'est progressivement fixé des objectifs de développement durable. Si les objectifs ont évolué, les leviers d'intervention sont pour leur part restés les mêmes : l'offre d'infrastructures et la tarification de le...
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Dans la littérature, le lien transport-logistique-stratégies productives des entreprises est affirmé depuis longtemps. Le transport n'est pas considéré comme variable exogène aux stratégies des entreprises et à leurs décisions logistiques. Il s'inscrit dans un processus logistique qui est souvent multi-acteurs et multi-activités. Ce processus logis...
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Logistics, a set of physical operations and a set of methods for managing physical and informational flows, is one of the main issues concerning firms in the context of supply chains. What are customers' practices and reasons for the externalisation or internalisation of logistics? What kind of ‘service relationship' is set up to better share logis...

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Valérie Moatti and Valentina Carbone invite you to submit articles by November 2015, to a special issue of "Supply Chain Forum: an International Journal", on "Offshoring and Backshoring: a SCM Perspective".
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Collaborative initiatives are flourishing all over the planet. Most of them imply materials flows. The aim of this ongoing projet is to study logistics developments (particularly crowd logistics) involved in such new business models and their impact on logistics and retail industries.
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help young scholars in logistics and SCM to boost their chances to publish in top ranked journas in our field Academic training program fortchcoming in paris May 2017. For more information & applying : http://www.fnege.org/formation/meet-the-editors-airl Valentina Carbone
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The magnitude of growth in the sharing economy is a striking phenomenon in recent years. However, it is particularly complicated to interpret this movement, owing to its diversity and the difficulty of clearly identifying its boundaries. Taking this observation as a starting point, the aim of this project is to identify different organisational archetypes that constitute the field of the sharing economy.