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Andrés Dávila - Associate researcher*

Andrés Dávila is teacher and researcher in the teaching staff of ESCE (a Paris business school that is part of the INSEC Group) where he heads up two specializations: « International People Management »  and « Well-being at Work & HRM ».

He also coordinates research for (a platform for evaluation and development) for whom he helped to create digital and innovatory HR tools.

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Before joining the academic world, Andrés Dávila worked and lived in USA, China, Thailand, Vietnam and Ecuador. He has held several posts in company management, higher education and research.

Andrés Dávila is a psychologist with a PhD in management. His research fields are international HR management and organizational behaviors. He has authored several academic articles and books in the fields of international management, skills evaluation and new technologies. His fields of research often concern discourse analysis in its many forms (websites, annual company reports, terminology, etc.).

* Associate researcher for the Laboratoire Missioneo is a title given to all those reseachers, titular or not, who, because of their scientific and educational activities, are called on to take part in the activities and work of the laboratory (research projects with external financing, collective writing of articles and books, organising and taking part in seminars and days devoted to doctoral studies, etc.). Associate researchers may be affiliated to another teaching organisation. They receive no remuneration as associate researchers except if this is justified as being in the interest of the Laboratoire and is approved by the laboratory council.


  • Davila, A., Point, S., Myszkowski, N., (under review), Leveraging common language in the workplace: A case study, evidence from a Franco-Asian SME. European Management Journal.  [HCERES B]
  • Celik, P., Storme, M., Davila, A. & Myszkowski, N. (2016). Work-related curiosity positively predicts worker innovation. Journal of Management Development. [HCERES C]
  • Davila A., Point, S. (2016). Le Langage commun : compétence clef dans les entreprises internationales. Revue Gestion des Ressources Humaines. [HCERES A]
  • Storme, M., Myszkowski, N., Davila, A., & Bournois, F. (2015). Self-reported subjective processing fluency predicts attitudes towards visual advertisements and purchase intentions. Journal of Consumer Marketing. [HCERES C]
  • Myszkowski, N., Storme, M., Davila, A. & Lubart, T. (2015). Managerial creative problem solving and big five personality traits: distinguishing divergent and convergent abilities. Journal of Management Development. [HCERES C]
  • Singh V., Point S., Moulin Y., & Davila A., (2015). Legitimacy Profiles of Women Directors on Top French Company Boards. Journal of Management Development. [HCERES C]
  • Davila, A., Storme, M. & Myszkowski, N. (2014). Une typologie archétypale pour l’analyse discursive. M @ gm @ Revue Internationale en Sciences Humaines et Sociales.
  • Sébastien, P., Peeters C., Garcia-Prieto P., Davila, A. (2014). La diversité culturelle dans les délocalisations: apports nuancés de deux littératures. Revue Management International. [HCERES A]
  • Davila A. (2012), Costos Ocultos Y Creación De Valor De Las Pequeñas Empresas Internacionales. Revue Recherches en Sciences de Gestion. [HCERES B]


  • DAKHLIA S., DAVILA A. & CUMBIE, B., (2016). Trust, but Verify: The Role of ICTs in the Sharing Economy. In Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and society: past, present and future issues. Springer, p. 303
  • Davila A., Couderc S. (2012), Les Défis De La Petite Entreprise Internationale : langage de management et compétences interculturelles, Préface de Frank Bournois, postface de Marc Bonnet. Entreprises et Management. Ed. L’Harmattan, Paris.


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