Effort is Dead, Long Live Effort: Performance as ‘Planning for a Good Trip’. Organizational Dynamics, 2019 Doi: 10.1016/j.orgdyn.2019.07.001 [CNRS:2]
 When “It Depends” Amounts to More Than Simple Contingent Relationships: Three Canonical Forms of Inversions " Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2016 (w/ Laura Trinchera, Dong Ook Choi, Hannah, Sean T.)
 Task Complexity and Shared Value Orientation: Exploring the Moderators of a Social Dilemma in Team Social Networks, Industrial and Corporate Change 2016 25(5):739-56. doi: 10.1093/icc/dtv046 (w/ Godart, Frédéric C. and Matthias Thiemann.)
 Debunking the false dichotomy of leadership idealism and pragmatism: Critical evaluation and support of newer genre leadership theories. Journal of Organizational Behavior 2014. 35/5: 598-621. doi: 10.1002/job.1931 (with Hannah, S. T., J. J. Sumanth, and P. Lester)
 Who Changes Course? The Role of Domain Knowledge and Novel Framing in Making Technology Changes, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 2012 6/3: 236-256 (with N. Furr and Sam Garg)
 Task complexity and value orientation: Exploring the moderators of a dilemma in social networks, AOM Annual Meeting Proceedings 2013. Academy of Management, Orlando. (with F. Godart & M. Thiemann)
 Too much of a good thing? Resources effects in new ventures. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2011 . 31/3.(with N. Furr)
 Getting disoriented by extreme events: An invitation beyond the looking-glass of averages and toward variability-based learning. Actes de la conference. AIMS 2009.
 Distinguishing Extreme vs. Average Performance in Nascent Firms: Putting Risk Back into Entrepreneurship Research. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2009 29(22) (with A. Robb)
 Impacts of intrateam diversity on team performance variance: two ways to take chances. G. Solomon, ed. AOM Annual Meeting Proceedings 2007, Academy of Management,Atlanta, 1-6.
 Une exploration des propriétés épistémiques des règles « clés de voûte » des entrepreneurs, in Morin, Edgar & Bibard, Laurent « Complexité et organisations » Faire face aux défis de demain, Eyrolles 2018, Paris, p83
 Quels compromis pour composer l'équipe entrepreneuriale, 2008, in H. Bouchikhi, ed. L'Art d'Entreprendre : des Idées pour Agir Pearson Education, Paris, 55
 Method and system for enlisting the help of other people via a communications network”. Patent Filed 09/988,435, USPTO, 2001, Washington, DC, jointly with A. de Changy (original filing)
White papers, thesis and reports
The Management and Organization Science Puzzle: Questions from a Metaphorical Comparison of Medicine and Management, NSF White Paper 2011, SBE2020 (with N. Furr)
Dissertation/Thèse : "Composition de l'équipe et Variabilité de la Performance", Université Paris Dauphine 2008 (notice sudoc, worldcat)
 Le marché des systèmes de paiements. Systèmes et Sécurité 1996 4(4) 79 (with J. de Silva) [english version: Payment Mechanisms for the Internet Commerce]
 High-definition and digital television market, Matra/Strategic Studies, 1991, ENSTA M.Sc. final thesis.
 An expert system simulation of Spinoza’s Ethics, EDF Research Center 1988, Polytechnique, B.A. final thesis.
[wp20] Toward a Scholarship of Optimal and Instantiable Theories of Action: An Extension of Theory Jurisdiction on Managerial Actors’ Paradigms [under review]
[wp19] Scholars Laboring through the Edges of Rationality: A Paradigm Lens on Management Practice and Education [under review]
[wp18] Let’s take Simon and Kuhn seriously: Entrepreneurship education through the lens of paradigms [under review]
[wp17] Paradigms as Emergent and Reflective Macro Heuristics [prepared for submission at Management Decision]
[wp10] An Inquiry into the Epistemic Properties of Entrepreneurs’ Keystone Rules. ESSEC WP 1415 (with Nathan Furr)
[wp09] Building Theory based on Variability: Reinterpreting the Contradictions of Resources in New Ventures (with Nathan Furr) [best paper awards at AIE11 & ACERE14]
[wp08] Leadership Beyond the Tipping Point: Toward the Discovery of Inversions and Complementary Hypotheses (2015). ESSEC Working Paper 1519 (SSRN). (with Hannah, Sean and Piccolo, Ronald F)
[wp07] Influence of team diversity on organizational hazard: distinguishing effects on along-time vs. cross-task performance variability
[wp06] Getting disoriented by extreme events: An invitation beyond the looking-glass of averages and toward variability-based learning. INSEAD Working Papers Collection (2008/04/OB) 36
[wp05] The Duality of Triumphs and Disasters in Teams: a Variability Approach to Reconsider the Diversity-Performance Link.