Pedro is an organizational ethnographer with a particular interest in classic themes in management and organization theory. He studies bureaucracy and formal organizational structures focusing on their implications for collaboration, learning, innovation, and expert work. For more information visit  

Marjolaine Rostain

Marjolaine is an ethnographer of work who studies the interactions between communities of workers in industrial settings. She is interested in how workers, in coordinating their interactions and daily tasks, find value in their work.


emlyon business school 

PhD Candidate (2013 - 2019) 

IAE Lyon

MA Research in Management (2013) 

emlyon business school

Specialized MA Technology and Innovation Management (2009)

CPE Lyon (Ecole supérieure de Chimie Physique Electronique de Lyon)

MA Chemistry (2008) Chemistry


2010 - 2014:

AgroComposites Entreprises

Dijon (France)

CEO (2012 - 2014)

Project Manager (2010-2012)

Johnson and Johnson

Dijon (France)

Assistant Product Manager « Le Petit Marseillais » (2009)


Lyon (France)

R&D Trainee (2008)


Dow Chemicals
Rheinmunster  (Germany)                                       

R&D Technician (2006 - 2007)


Rostain, M., & Fayolle, A. (2018) "L’effet combiné de la culture organisationnelle et de la culture industrielle sur l’orientation entrepreneuriale" In Altintas, G., Kustosz, I., Les dynamiques organisationnelles de l’entrepreneuriat. Caen, Edition EMS.


Rostain, M., & Fayolle A. (2017) "Entrepreneur et organisation" In Uzunidis, D., Tiran, A., Dictionnaire économique de l’entrepreneur. Paris, Editions Classiques Garnier: pp.273-277.


Reviewer Journal of Small Business Management (2017)

Reviewer AIMS (2017)

Reviewer Academy of Management conference (Entrepreneurship division since 2013)

Organizer of “The Underground”, Monthly Qualitative Research Workshop for PhD Students

PhD representative of emlyon PhD’s students (2016-2018)


OCE: Organization et Nouvelles Elites, emlyon (since 2018)

Academy of Management –OMT and ENT division (since 2017)

Storm Research Center, emlyon (since 2017)

CRE: Research Center in Entrepreneurship (since 2015)

European Group for organization studies (since 2015)