About Jean-Philippe Bonardi
Jean-Philippe Bonardi is a Professor of Strategic Management and currently the Dean (since August 2015) of HEC Lausanne (the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland).
His research concentrates on the interface between Political Economy and Business Strategy, and uses theoretical tools coming from institutional economics, Public Choice or game theory.
In particular, he looks at firms' nonmarket activities, i.e., how firms manage their relationships with governments, international organizations, the media, interest groups, NGOs or activists. He is therefore interested in the business-public policy interface both in a local and a global context.
In its current work, Professor Bonardi also studies the impact of monetary policies and macroeconomic phenomena on business strategies.
Nonmarket Strategy, Competitive Strategy, International political economy, Macroeconomic policies
- Global Environment of Business
- Competitive Strategy
- Economic Theories of Organizations
Lausanne - Vaud - 1015 - Switzerland
Tel: +41 21 692 3440
Political markets and regulatory uncertainty: Insights and implications for integrated ...
Academy of Management Perspectives (2012)
Managers can craft effective integrated strategy by properly assessing regulatory uncertainty. Leveraging the existing political markets literature, we predict regulatory ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Contribution to Book
Integrated market and nonmarket strategy: Political knowledge and the resource-based ...
Routledge Companion to Nonmarket strategy (2014)
This paper contributes to the political strategy literature by focusing on the role of organizational knowledge about the political environment ...