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Kevin LEVILLAIN - MINES ParisTech

Kevin LEVILLAIN


Fonction: Enseignant Chercheur

Centre: CGS - Centre de Gestion Scientifique

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Assistant Professor at MINES ParisTech – PSL University

Center for Management Science – i3 UMR CNRS 9217

 

 

PhD in Management Science from MINES ParisTech, 2011-2015

Les entreprises à mission : un modèle de gouvernance pour explorer l’inconnu

(Mission-Driven Companies: a governance model for innovative collectives)

Graduated from MINES ParisTech (Civil Engineer), 2007-2010

 

Titles and Positions

  • Co-chair of the research and teaching Chair Theory of the Enterprise (Models of governance and collective creation)
  • Member of the teaching and research Chair Design Theory and Methods for Innovative design.
  • Scientific coordinator of the research project PURPOSE, "Emergence, Conditions and Management of Purpose-Driven Companies" funded by ANR.
  • Co-chair of the standing track "Rethinking the responsible corporation", EURAM 2019 & 2020 (SIGs Business for Society & Corporate Governance)

 

Research areas and interests

  • Theory and models of the innovative firm and its governance
  • History and recent evolutions of corporate law and corporate purpose
  • Purpose-driven companies, Hybrid organizations, Impact Investing

 

Awards

  • "Livre RH" award 2019 from Le Monde, Syntec and SciencesPo for the book "La Mission de l'Entreprise Responsable" (2018, dir. B. Segrestin, K. Levillain)
  • Best Research Book in Management Science Award from the FNEGE, 2018 and from Consult’in France 2018 for the book “Les Entreprises à Mission”.
  • Best PhD Thesis in Management Science Award for Publication of the FNEGE, 2016
  • Best Paper Award of the Business for Society SIG at EURAM conference, 2015 in Warsaw for the paper « Renewing the debate on the purpose of the corporation: A purpose-driven model of the corporation », K. Levillain, B. Segrestin, A. Hatchuel

 

Teaching Activities

  • Co-head of the course “Governement of the Enterprise”, common basis curriculum – MINES ParisTech (3rd year)
  • Co-head of the course “New Enterprises and Responsible Innovation” – MINES ParisTech (2nd & 3rd year), Dauphine University (masters 101 & MTI)
  • Co-head of the "New Product Development & Innovation" courses for Engineers, PhD students and continuous training (MINES ParisTech, PSL)
  • “Innovation & Responsibility: new theory of the firm” for the Executive MBA – Paris Dauphine, UQAM
  • Involved in the Engineering Design and Innovation Curriculum at MINES ParisTech
  • Statistics and models for decision theory – MINES ParisTech (2nd year)
  • Management & Industrial Enterprises – Work internship – MINES ParisTech (1st year)

 

 

Publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Segrestin, B., A. Hatchuel, K. Levillain (2020). “When the law distinguishes between the enterprise and the corporation: the case of the new French law on corporate purpose”, Journal of Business Ethics, 1-13.
  2. Levillain, K., B. Segrestin (2019). “From primacy to purpose commitment: How emerging profit-with-purpose corporations open new corporate governance avenues”, European Management Journal, 37 (5).
  3. Parpaleix, L. A., Levillain, K., & Segrestin, B. (2019). Financing the next generations of innovation: New dimensions in the private equity model. Journal of Innovation Economics Management, (2), 7-41.
  4. Levillain, K., B. Segrestin (2019). “On Inventing the Purpose-Driven Enterprise”, Valuation Studies, 6 (1), pp. 87–93.
  5. Levillain K., Agogué M., Berthet E. (2016), "Innovation sociale et innovation radicale sont-elles contradictoires ? Maîtriser la formulation de la mission sociale pour assurer la générativité", Revue Française de Gestion, 42 (255), pp.41-55
  6. Hooge S., O. Kokshagina, P. Le Masson, K. Levillain, et al. (2016) “Gambling or Designing: Organizing for the Design of the Probability Space in the Energy Sector”, Creativity and Innovation Management, 25 (4), pp.464-483
  7. Agogué M., K. Levillain, S. Hooge (2015), “Gamification of creativity: exploring the usefulness of serious games for ideation”, Creativity and Innovation Management, 24 (3), pp. 415-429
  8. Levillain, K., B. Segrestin, A. Hatchuel (2014). "Repenser les finalités de l’entreprise : la contribution des sciences de gestion dans un monde post-hégélien", Revue française de gestion, 40 (245).
  9. Segrestin B., K. Levillain,  A. Hatchuel, S. Vernac (2014) "L’objet social étendu : une voie pour réaligner le droit et la théorie des parties prenantes", Finance Contrôle Stratégie, 2014, 17 (3), pp.30-50.
  10. Levillain K., B. Segrestin, A. Hatchuel (2012), "L’impensé de la RSE : la révision du cadre légal de l’entreprise", Revue Française de Gestion, 38 (228-229)

 

Books

  1. Segrestin, B., K. Levillain (2018). La mission de l’entreprise responsable. Principes et normes de gestion, Paris : Presses des Mines.
  2. Levillain K. (2017), Les Entreprises à mission : un modèle de gouvernance pour l’innovation, Vuibert, 2017
  3. Segrestin B., K. Levillain, S. Vernac et A. Hatchuel (Eds.), La Société à Objet Social Étendu : un nouveau statut pour l’entreprise, Presses des Mines, 2015.

 

Book Chapters

  1. Levillain, K., B. Segrestin, A. Hatchuel (in Press). “Profit-with-Purpose Corporations: An Innovation in Corporate Law to Meet Contemporary Corporate Social Responsibility Challenges”, in A. McWilliams, D. Rupp, D. Siegel, G. Stahl & D. Waldman. Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility: Psychological and Organizational Perspectives, Oxford University Press.
  2. Levillain, K., S. C. Parker, R. Ridley-Duff, B. Segrestin, J. Veldman (2018). “Protecting Long-Term Commitment: Legal and Organizational Means”, in C. Driver & G. Thompson. Corporate Governance in Contention, Oxford University Press.
  3. Levillain K., Hatchuel A., Segrestin B. (2014), "Normer l'entreprise pour l'émanciper ? Vers de nouvelles options juridiques". In L'entreprise, point aveugle du savoir. Segrestin, B. Roger and S. Vernac. (Eds) Colloque de Cerisy, Sciences Humaines Editions
  4. Levillain K. (2013), “L'émergence de nouvelles formes de société : l'exemple de la Flexible Purpose Corporation". In L'Entreprise multinationale dans tous ses Etats, Archives de philosophie du droit tome 56, Dalloz.
  5. Segrestin B., K. Levillain, A. Hatchuel (2015), “L'objet social étendu : une condition pour l'industrie". In L'industrie, notre avenir. P. Weltz et T. Weil (Eds) Eyrolles

 

Conference proceedings (selection)

  1. Levillain, K., Reiser, D. B., Segrestin, B., Stahl, G. K., & Voegtlin, C. (2019). Panel Symposium on The Purpose-Driven Corporate Forms: Tackling Grand Societal Challenges with Innovations in Governance and Corporate Responsibility, Academy of Management, Boston, US.
  2. Levillain, K., B. Segrestin. “From Primacy to Commitment: Revising corporate governance theories to account for recent legal innovations in the US”, EURAM, Jun 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  3. Levillain K., B. Segrestin, “Is Law Normalizing Hybrid Corporations: Putting Profit-with-Purpose Corporations into historical perspective”, EURAM, Jun 2017, Glasgow, UK
  4. Levillain K., B. Segrestin, “Entrepreneur’s wealth vs. Firm’s welfare: exploring an “evergreen” governance for firm succession”, EURAM, Jun 2016, Paris, France
  1. Levillain K., B. Segrestin, A. Hatchuel, “Renewing the debate on the purpose of corporations: A purpose-driven model of the corporation”, EURAM, Jun 2015, Warsaw, Poland
  2. Levillain K., A. Hatchuel, B. Segrestin, “Is law normalizing hybrid organizations? Guidelines from multi-purpose corporations”, SMS Conference, Oct 2015, Denver, US
  3. Levillain K., B. Segrestin. “The Blind Spot of Corporate Social Responsibility: Changing the legal framework of the firm”, EURAM, Jun 2014, Valencia, Spain
  4. Levillain K., A. Hatchuel and B. Segrestin. “Can venture capital foster innovation? A study of the coupling between innovation and finance”. IPDMC 2014. Limerick, Ireland.
  5. Levillain, K. and B. Segrestin. “Partnering to innovate or partnering innovation? The binding effect of generative potentials”. IPDMC 2013. Paris.
  6. Levillain K., Segrestin B. “A mission-centric view of the firm: Lessons from Social Entrepreneurship”, R&D Management Conference 2012, Grenoble, France.
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