Professeur assistant
  • Department Strategy
  • Areas of research Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Personnel Economics, Digital Transformations, Sustainable Development.
  • Teaching fields Economics, Statistics, Personnel Economics


In 2016, I obtained my PhD in Economics from the University of Montpellier. I started my professional career as a Research Assistant at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (2012-2015). I then worked as a Temporary Teaching and Research Fellow at Aix-Marseille University (2016) and at the University of Perpignan (2017-2018). Most recently, I worked as a Contract Lecturer at the University of Guyana (2018-2019).

In 2017, I qualified in Economics and my desire to further humanise Homo œconomicus has led me to become interested in behavioural and experimental approaches to Economics. My research work is centred around two main themes: the first one focusses on the behavioural biases of economic agents that can be applied to several fields (the Environment, Social Norms, Public Policies, etc.); the other focusses on Personnel Economics with a particular interest in the impact of Information and Communication Technology on workers' behaviours. I have completed two research residencies at Chapman University in California (2013) and Burgundy School of Business (2014).

I will be joining Strategy Teaching Department of Excelia Business School, at the start of the 2020 academic year as a Research-active Faculty Member.


Ø Publications académiques :

Corgnet B., Martin L., Ndodjang P., Sutan A. (2019). «On the Merit of Equal Pay: When Influence Activities Interact with Incentive Setting », European economic review, Vol. 113, pp.23-45. (CNRS : 1 ; HCERES : A)

Corgnet B., Martin L., Ndodjang P., Sutan A. (2017). « Surveillance informatique versus surveillance classique : une expérience d'effort réel », Revue économique, Vol. 68, n° 5, pp.843-857. (CNRS : 2 ; HCERES : A)

Grolleau G., Ibanez L., Clot S., Ndodjang P. (2014). « L'effet de compensation morale ou comment les ‘bonnes actions’ peuvent aboutir à une situation indésirable », Revue économique, Vol. 65, n°3, pp.557 572. (CNRS : 2 ; HCERES : A)

Ndodjang P., Grolleau G., Ibanez L. 2013). « Does My Previous Good Deeds To Third Party Make people More Tolerant to My Current Bad Deeds? », Economics Letters, Vol. 121, n°3, pp.364-368. (CNRS : 3 ; HCERES : B)

Ø Autre publication :

Gheorghiu G., Martin L., Ndodjang P., Sutan A. (2013). " L'évaluation professionnelle est trop ambiguë pour être efficace" Huffington Post,…