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Katia Richomme-Huet is an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Human Resources Management at Kedge Business School, where she currently leads “iBlue” project (European project ERDF, Interreg Mediterranean) and the Chair "Management and Handicap". She obtained her PhD in Management from the University of Montpellier and her qualification to supervise doctoral research (HDR) from the University of Bretagne Occidentale. She has been a visiting professorial researcher at the University of Massey, New Zealand, and invited to present her work in Japan (University of Osaka). Her publications include twenty peer-reviewed articles in English and French academic reviews, fifteen book chapters, seventy national and international conferences (with 2 Best Paper Awards at ICSB 2012). Her research focuses on social and sustainable entrepreneurship, women entrepreneurs, small businesses transfers and family businesses

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    DE SURREL DE SAINT JULIEN, O., K. RICHOMME-HUET - "Wulo Echec et Mat Le récit d’un échec entrepreneurial" - 2021, CCMP, France 2021 Case Study
    PETZOLD DUMEYNIEUX, S., K. RICHOMME-HUET, "L'échec des jeunes entreprises technologiquement innovantes (JETI): une lecture par le marketing entrepreneurial (ME)", Revue Internationale PME, 2021, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 94-119 2021 Journal article
    VIAL, V., K. RICHOMME-HUET, "A Conceptual System of Antecedents and Processes in Social Entrepreneurship Opportunity Identification", Frontiers in Psychology, 2021, vol. 12, pp. 698892 2021 Journal article
    RICHOMME-HUET, K., V.VIAL, "Le mouvement des Mampreneurs en France: phénomène féministe libéral ou radical ?", Revue de l'Entrepreneuriat, 2017, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 123-149 2017 Journal article
    VIAL, V., K.RICHOMME-HUET, "Women entrepreneurs in France", International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2017, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 80-109 2017 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Human Resources Management


    Research domains


    Strategic Management

    Family Business

    Social Enterprise

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    Trianguler ou l’art de s’approprier les idées des autres en politique Virginie MARTIN Published in The Conversation
    Pourquoi les femmes sont sous-représentées dans l’entrepreneuriat Virginie VIAL Published in The Conversation
    Innovation & Entrepreneurship
    Female Entrepreneurs in France Virginie VIAL Video publication
    Innovation & Entrepreneurship
    Les femmes entrepreneurs en France Virginie VIAL Video publication
    Innovation & Entrepreneurship
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