- Department Marketing
- Areas of research Digital Transformation and its Impact on Consumers, Organisations and Society ; Influence of Technology and Market Forces on Consumerism
- Teaching fields Introduction to Marketing, Market Research, Consumer Behaviour, International Marketing, Service Marketing, Strategic Marketing etc., Digital Marketing, Customer Relationship Management
Following a Doctorate in Marketing, in 2011, from HEC Paris, Dr Alexandre Schwob had two international professional experiences: the first in Finland at Aalto University (Helsinki), the second in Scotland at Abertay University (Dundee), where he headed up a Bachelor programme in Marketing and Business. He then joined Excelia Business School in 2019, as an Associate Professor. His passion for marketing is due to its dynamism and its ability to cast light on the understanding of social and societal change.
His research work explains the ways in which Information and Communication Technology is transforming individuals and society. The aim is to rethink the understanding of phenomena widely discussed in current literature, be it from the point of view of the individual consumer, the employee (understanding identity issues, issues of resilience or resistance etc.) or the organisation (through retail practices, brands or the search for quality of life at work etc.). With his students, beyond the simple transmission of pertinent skills for their future careers as managers (knowledge, savoir-faire and interpersonal skills), Dr Schwob seeks to share his enthusiasm, and to constantly have a better understanding of the world in which we live, and thereby be able to act with wisdom and intelligence.
Schwob, A., Avramenko, A., Brodie, A., Arroteia, A. (2020), "Technologized situated partnering practice: Leveraging interobjective representations of technology in use and its transformative effects in business education", Journal of International Business Education (ABS 2).
de Kervenoael, R., Schwob, A., Toral Manson, I. (2020), “Business-to-business and self-governance practice in the digital knowledge economy: learning from pharmaceutical e‑detailing in Thailand”, Asian Business & Management (ABS 2), 1-25
de Kervenoael, R., Schwob A., Hassan R., Ting Y.S. (2020), “Consumers' perceived value of healthier eating: A SEM analysis of the internalisation of dietary norms considering perceived usefulness, subjective norms, and intrinsic motivations in Singapore.” Journal of Consumer Behaviour (ABS 2), 1-14
de Kervenoael, R., Hassan R., Schwob A. Goh E. (2020), “Leveraging human-robot interaction in hospitality services: Incorporating the role of perceived value, empathy, and information sharing into visitors’ intentions to use social robots.” Tourism Management (ABS 4, CNRS 3, FNEGE 1), Vol. 78, 104042
de Kervenoael, R., Schwob, A., & Chandra, C. (2020), “E-retailers and the engagement of delivery workers in urban last-mile delivery for sustainable logistics value creation: Leveraging legitimate concerns under time-based marketing promise.” Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, (ABS 2, CNRS 3, FNEGE 3), Vol. 54, 102016.
de Kervenoael, R., Bajde D., & Schwob, A. (2018). “Liquid Retail: Cultural Perspectives on Marketplace Transformation.“ Consumption Markets and Culture (ABS 2, CNRS 3, FNEGE 3), Vol. 21 No 5, pp 1-5
de Kervenoael, R., Schwob, A., Palmer, M., & Simmons, G. (2017). “Smartphone Chronic Gaming Consumption and Positive Coping Practice.” Information Technology and People (ABS 3, CNRS 3, FNEGE 3), Vol. 30 No 2, pp 503-519.
Pelet, J-E, Ettis, S., Hammami, S., & Schwob, A. (2016). "Social Networks and Online Advertising: Should Companies Promote Their Brand Fan Page or Their Brand Website?." Marketing Challenges in a Turbulent Business Environment. Springer International Publishing, pp. 549-562.