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Portrait of Professor Laure Cabantous

Professor Laure Cabantous

Professor of Strategy and Organization

Faculty of Management

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Postal Address

Cass Business School
106 Bunhill Row
London
EC1Y 8TZ
United Kingdom

Overview

Laure is Professor of Strategy and Organization at Cass Business School. She has a specific interest for the performative power of theories - that is their ability to shape the world and business practices. Laure also studies decision-making practices, both at the organizational and the individual levels with a specific interest for the management of risk and uncertainty, the interplay between intuition and analysis, and calculative practices in organisations (i.e., how various types of models such as economic models, business models are used in organisations and help managers make decisions).

Laure's research has been published in reviews such as the Journal of Management, Organization Science, Organization Studies, Human Relations, the Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, the Journal of Behavioral Decision-Making, Theory and Decision, and La Revue Economique.

Previously, Laure worked at Warwick Business School, ESCP Europe, Nottingham University Business School, and the Centre for Decision Research at Leeds University Business School. She is a Fulbright Fellow and a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Cachan). She holds a Ph.D. from the Toulouse School of Economics (France), a Master of Research in Environmental Economics from the University Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne, a Master in Management from the University Paris XII, and a BA in Psychology from the University of Toulouse II-Le Mirail.

Qualifications

PhD.

Fellowships

  1. Fulbright Fellow, Risk Management and Decision Process Center, Wharton School, Jul – Sep 2007

Memberships of Professional Organisations

  1. Member of the ESRC Peer Review College, ESRC, Jan 2010 – Dec 2014

Award

  1. Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIP), Toulouse (2007) PhD award

Languages

French.

Expertise

Primary Topics

  • Decision Theory
  • Organization Theory
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Strategic Management

Additional Topics

  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Risk Management

Industries/Professions

  • insurance

Research

Over the last three years, I have conducted research on three topics: i) the performativity power of theories; ii) decision-making and cognition and; iii) the role of models and calculative practice (in particular in the reinsurance industry).
In these three areas of research, I have published several papers in internationally and nationaly excellent journals (e.g., Journal of Management, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty; Human Relations)

Research Topics

The performative power of theories
In my research, I investigate the performative power of theories by studying the mechanisms by which various types of expert bodies of knowledge (e.g., economics, decision theory, management theories...) shape world and business practices and contribute to the "economisation" of contemporary societies. My interest for the performative power of theories also leads me to conduct research on the relationships between academics and practitioners, the usefulness of management theories for managers, and engaged scholarship (see also critical performativity).
Decision-making under uncertainty
I have a long lasting interest for decision-making processes and practices, both at the organizational and the individual levels. At the individual level, I focus on situations where decision-makers face ambiguous information, or receive conflicting recommendations from their advisers. I also study how decision makers balance between analytical and intuitive modes of information processing. At the organizational level, my research is informed by insights from the process perspective in strategy, the strategy-as-practice stream of research, as well as the cognitive perspective in management (including distributed cognition). I am especially interested in the roles of decision-making tools and models (broadly defined) in strategy making.
Calculative practices and the role of models in organisations
I have a specific interest for calculative practices (e.g., CAT models, underwriters’ pricing routines) and the roles of models in organisations, such as insurance companies (e.g., economic capital models, Solvency II).
Name
Tatiana Mikhalkina
Attendance
Jan 2014 – May 2016, full-time
Thesis Title
Cognitive Perspective to Business Models: Insights from Categorization Theory
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Leonie Baldacchino
Attendance
2010 – 2013, full-time
Thesis Title
Entrepreneurial experience and opportunity identification: The role of intuition and cognitive versatility
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Uta Morgenstern
Attendance
2009 – 2011, full-time
Thesis Title
The resource-performance relationship from a cognitive perspective
Role
2nd Supervisor

Chapters (9)

  1. Tsanakas, A. and Cabantous, L. (2017). Beyond ‘model risk’: a practice perspective on modelling in insurance. In Michel, G. (Ed.), Risk Modeling for Hazards and Disasters (pp. 299–305). Amsterdam: Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-12-804093-5.
  2. Cabantous, L. and Gond, J. (2016). Performativity: Towards a performative turn in organizational studies. In Mir, R., Willmott, H. and Greenwood, M. (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Philosophy in Organization Studies (pp. 508–516). Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-70286-7.
  3. Cabantous, L. and Dupont-Courtade, T. (2015). What is a catastrophe model worth? The (e)valuative practices of cat analysts in insurance companies. In Kornberger, M., Justesen, L., Madsen, A.K. and Mouritsen, J. (Eds.), Making Things Valuable (pp. 148–166). Oxford University Press, USA. ISBN 978-0-19-871228-2.
  4. Oswick, C., Gond, J. and Cabantous, L. (2014). The Discursive Construction of the Academic-Practitioner Divide: Re-conceptualizing the ‘Gap’ Metaphor. In Reed, C., Thomas, R., Davies, A., Keenoy, T., McDermott, A., Hurlow, S., Sabells, I., Ybema, S., Oswick, C., Beech, N. and Hardy, C. (Eds.), Organizational Discourse: Terra Firma, Terra Nova, Terra Incognita (11th International Conference on Organisational Discourse) KMC Press.
  5. Baldacchino, L., Ucbasaran, D., Lockett, A. and Cabantous, L. (2014). Capturing intuition through concurrent protocol analysis. Handbook of Research Methods on Intuition (pp. 160–175). ISBN 978-1-78254-599-6.
  6. Cabantous, L., Gond, J.P. and Johnson-Cramer, M. (2009). The Social Construction of Rationality in Organizational Decision Making. The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Decision Making ISBN 978-0-19-157733-8.
  7. Cabantous, L. and Hilton, D. (2008). Économie et Psychologie. In Walliser, B. (Ed.), Economie et cognition Editions OPHRYS. ISBN 978-2-7080-1159-5.
  8. Cabantous, L. (2008). Les entreprises prennent des décisions (ir)rationnelles. In Pezet, A. and Sponem, S. (Eds.), Petit bréviaire des idées reçues en management Editions La Découverte. ISBN 978-2-7071-5639-6.
  9. Cabantous, L., Hilton, D. and Abecassis, P. (2005). Le décideur sous influence : l'émergence de la décision collective. In Vidaillet, B. and d’Estaintot, V. (Eds.), La décision: Une approche pluridisciplinaire des processus de choix (pp. 221–234). De Boeck Supérieur. ISBN 978-2-8041-4872-0.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (2)

  1. Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, R., Cabantous, L. and Smets, M. (2013). Markets as Meta-Intepretive Systems. Academy of Management 2013 Annual Meeting: Capitalism in Question 9-13 August, Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA.
  2. Gond, J.-.P., Cabantous, L. and Krikorian, F. (2013). Strategizing CSR: How Actors Bridge Institutional and Organizational Strategic Changes. Academy of Management 2013 Annual Meeting: Capitalism in Question 9-13 August, Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA.

Journal Articles (28)

  1. Esper, S.C., Cabantous, L., Barin-Cruz, L. and Gond, J.P. (2017). Supporting alternative organizations? Exploring scholars’ involvement in the performativity of worker-recuperated enterprises. Organization, 24(5), pp. 671–699. doi:10.1177/1350508417713218.
  2. Cabantous, L., Gond, J.P., Harding, N. and Learmonth, M. (2016). Critical Essay: Reconsidering critical performativity. Human Relations, 69(2), pp. 197–213. doi:10.1177/0018726715584690.
  3. Learmonth, M., Harding, N., Gond, J.P. and Cabantous, L. (2016). Moving critical performativity forward. Human Relations, 69(2), pp. 251–256. doi:10.1177/0018726715620477.
  4. Cabantous, L. and Laporte, G. (2015). ASP, the art and science of practice: Academia-industry interfacing in operations research in Montréal. Interfaces, 45(6), pp. 554–566. doi:10.1287/inte.2015.0815.
  5. Gond, J.P., Cabantous, L., Harding, N. and Learmonth, M. (2015). What Do We Mean by Performativity in Organizational and Management Theory? The Uses and Abuses of Performativity. International Journal of Management Reviews, 18(4), pp. 440–463. doi:10.1111/ijmr.12074.
  6. Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, R. and Cabantous, L. (2015). Conducting global team-based ethnography: Methodological challenges and practical methods. Human Relations, 68(1), pp. 3–33. doi:10.1177/0018726714535449.
  7. Cabantous, L. and Gond, J.P. (2015). The Resistible Rise of Bayesian Thinking in Management: Historical Lessons From Decision Analysis. Journal of Management, 41(2), pp. 441–470. doi:10.1177/0149206314558092.
  8. Mikhalkina, T. and Cabantous, L. (2015). Business model innovation: How iconic business models emerge. Advances in Strategic Management, 33, pp. 59–95. doi:10.1108/S0742-332220150000033024.
  9. Baldacchino, L., Ucbasaran, D., Cabantous, L. and Lockett, A. (2015). Entrepreneurship research on intuition: A critical analysis and research agenda. International Journal of Management Reviews, 17(2), pp. 212–231. doi:10.1111/ijmr.12056.
  10. Brunette, M., Cabantous, L. and Couture, S. (2015). Are individuals more risk and ambiguity averse in a group environment or alone? Results from an experimental study. Theory and Decision, 78(3), pp. 357–376. doi:10.1007/s11238-014-9432-5.
  11. Cabantous, L. and Liarte, S. (2014). A word from (new) editors. Management (France), 17(2), pp. 83–87.
  12. Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, R. and Cabantous, L. (2014). Changing competitive dynamics in the reinsurance industry: implications of changes in buyer behavior for reinsurance executives. The Journal of Financial Perspectives, 2(1), pp. 27–38.
  13. Baldacchino, L., Ucbasaran, D. and Cabantous, L. (2014). Experience and Opportunity Identification: The Role of Intuition and Cognitive Versatility. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2014(1), pp. 17303–17303. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.17303abstract.
  14. Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, R. and Cabantous, L. (2014). Conducting Global Team-based Ethnography: Methodological Challenges and Reflections. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2014(1), pp. 16809–16809. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.16809abstract.
  15. Brunette, M., Cabantous, L., Couture, S. and Stenger, A. (2013). The impact of governmental assistance on insurance demand under ambiguity: A theoretical model and an experimental test. Theory and Decision, 75(2), pp. 153–174. doi:10.1007/s11238-012-9321-8.
  16. Germain, O. and Cabantous, L. (2013). Introduction: Special Symposium " Carnegie school and organization studies". European Management Journal, 31(1), pp. 67–71. doi:10.1016/j.emj.2012.11.004.
  17. Cabantous, L. and Gond, J.P. (2012). Du mode d'existence des théories dans les organizations: La fabrique de la decision comme praxis performative. Revue Francaise de Gestion, 225(6), pp. 61–81. doi:10.3166/RFG.225.61-81.
  18. Baillon, A., Cabantous, L. and Wakker, P.P. (2012). Aggregating imprecise or conflicting beliefs: An experimental investigation using modern ambiguity theories. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 44(2), pp. 115–147. doi:10.1007/s11166-012-9140-x.
  19. Cabantous, L., Hilton, D., Kunreuther, H. and Michel-Kerjan, E. (2011). Is imprecise knowledge better than conflicting expertise? Evidence from insurers' decisions in the United States. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 42(3), pp. 211–232. doi:10.1007/s11166-011-9117-1.
  20. Cabantous, L. and Gond, J.P. (2011). Rational decision making as performative praxis: Explaining rationality's éternel retour. Organization Science, 22(3), pp. 573–586. doi:10.1287/orsc.1100.0534.
  21. Hilton, D., Régner, I., Cabantous, L., Charalambides, L. and Vautier, S. (2011). Do positive illusions predict overconfidence in judgment? A test using interval production and probability evaluation measures of miscalibration. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 24(2), pp. 117–139. doi:10.1002/bdm.678.
  22. Cabantous, L., Gond, J.P. and Johnson-Cramer, M. (2010). Decision theory as practice: Crafting rationality in organizations. Organization Studies, 31(11), pp. 1531–1566. doi:10.1177/0170840610380804.
  23. Cabantous, L., Chanel, O. and Vergnaud, J.C. (2009). Transport, health and climate change: Deciding on the optimal policy. Economie Internationale, 120(4), pp. 11–36.
  24. Brunette, M., Cabantous, L., Couture, S. and Stenger, A. (2009). Assurance, intervention publique et ambiguïté : Une étude expérimentale auprès de propriétaires forestiers privés. Economie et Prevision, 190-191(4-5), pp. 123–134.
  25. Cabantous, L. (2007). Ambiguity aversion in the field of insurance: Insurers' attitude to imprecise and conflicting probability estimates. Theory and Decision, 62(3), pp. 219–240. doi:10.1007/s11238-006-9015-1.
  26. Goodess, C.M., Hall, J., Best, M., Betts, R., Cabantous, L., Jones, P.D., Kilsby, C.G., Pearman, A. and Wallace, C.J. (2007). Climate scenarios and decision making under uncertainty. Built Environment, 33(1), pp. 10–30. doi:10.2148/benv.33.1.10.
  27. Cabantous, L. and Hilton, D. (2006). From ambiguity aversion to attitudes towards ambiguity: Contributions of a psychological perspective to economics. Revue Economique, 57(2), pp. 259–280. doi:10.3917/reco.572.0259.
  28. Cabantous, L. (2003). Comment les assureurs réagissent-ils à l'ambiguïté des probabilités et aux conflits d'experts? Risques - Les Cahiers de l'Assurance, 55 .

Reports (3)

  1. Chalkias, K.C., Jarzabkowski, P., Burke, G., Cabantous, L. and Tapinos, E. (2014). Imagining the future: How to stay ahead in the reinsurance game though scenario planning. Cass Business School.
  2. Chalkias, K.C., Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, P. and Cabantous, L. (2013). Reinsurance 2020: Strategic think tank for industry leaders. Cass Business School.
  3. Jarzabkowski, P., Bednarek, G., Burke, G. and Cabantous, L. (2012). Beyond Borders: Charting the Changing Global Reinsurance Landscape. London: Cass Business School, City Unioversity London.

Editorial Activities (4)

  1. M@n@gement, Editor, 2014 – 2016.
  2. Organization Studies, Member of Editorial Board, 2014 – present.
  3. M@n@gement, Associate Editor, 2011 – 2013.
  4. Organization Science; Organization Studies; European Management Journal; Theory and Decision; Journal of Risk and Uncertainty; Journal of Management Studies, Referee, 2009 – present.

Events/Conferences (42)

  1. EGOS Sub-theme #43: Performativity as Politics: Rethinking Performativity and Power Dynamics. (Conference) Rotterdam (2014). Chair and Session/Day Chair.
  2. Decision and Accountability. 3rd workshop of the AIMS working group Decision and Organization, ESCP Europe. (Conference) Paris, France (2014). Chair and Organising Committee.
  3. “Unpacking Performativity Processes in Organizations” , Mines ParisTech. (Conference) Paris (2014). Chair, Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  4. Research Seminar, Copenhagen Business School. (Seminar) Copenhagen, Denmark (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: What do Organization Scholars do with Performativity? A Systematic Citation Content Analysis
    Author: Gond J.P.
    Co-authors: L. Cabantous
  5. Research Seminar Series. Leicester School of Management. (Seminar) Leicester, UK (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: What do Organization Scholars do with Performativity? A Systematic Citation Content Analysis
    Author: Cabantous L
    Co-authors: JP. Gond
  6. CARR Brown bag seminar, LSE Department of Accounting. (Seminar) London, UK (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: Market as Interpretation Systems
    Author: Jarzabkowski P.
    Co-authors: R. Bednarek, L. Cabantous
  7. Capitalizing on Performativity. (Workshop) Paris, France (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: The performativity of strategy
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.P. Gond
  8. Academy of Management. (Conference) Philadelphia, USA (2014).
    Paper: Conducting Global Team-based Ethnography: Methodological Challenges and Reflections
    Author: Jarzabkowski P
    Co-authors: R. Bednarek, L. Cabantous
  9. Academy of Management. (Conference) Philadelphia, USA (2014). Invited speaker.
    Paper: PDW presentation: “The Performativity Praxis Framework: On the Performativity of Rational Choice Theory, and Beyond
    Author: Cabantous L
    Co-authors: J.P. Gond
  10. Academy of Management. (Conference) Philadelphia, USA (2014).
    Paper: Experience and Opportunity Identification: The Role of Intuition and Cognitive Versatility
    Author: Baldacchino L.
    Co-authors: D. Ucbasaran, L. Cabantous, A. Lockett.
  11. “Error and Organizational Decision Making”. 2nd workshop of the AIMS working group Decision and Organization, Uqàm, ESG. (Conference) Montreal (2013). Chair, Session/Day Chair and Organising Committee.
  12. APROS track "Recovering Practice and Performativity". (Conference) Tokyo, Japan (2013). Chair and Session/Day Chair.
  13. EGOS. (Conference) Montreal, Canada (2013).
    Paper: A Practice Perspective on Compliance: Insurers’ Compliance Work under the New European Solvency Regime
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: Th. Dupong-Courtade
  14. Academy of Management. (Conference) Lake Buena Vista, USA (2013).
    Paper: Strategizing CSR: How Actors Bridge Institutional and Organizational Strategic Changes
    Author: Gond JP
    Co-authors: L. Cabantous, F. Krikorian
  15. Academy of Management. (Conference) Lake Buena Vista, USA (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: PDW presentation: “Performativity and Strategy Practice: Overview and future Directions
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.P. Gond
  16. Academy of Management. (Conference) Lake Buena Vista, USA (2013). Invited speaker.
    Paper: PDW presentation: How to maintain the impact of theory over practice: what can we learn from the case of decision analysis?
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.P. Gond
  17. Academy of Management. (Conference) Lake Buena Vista (2013).
    Paper: Markets as interpretation systems
    Author: Jarzabkowski P.
    Co-authors: R. Bednarek, L. Cabantous
  18. 28th EGOS colloquium. (Conference) Helsinki, Finland (2012).
    Paper: Accounting as a site for performativity struggles: Financial economics performativity and accounting standardization
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: S. Sponem, and J.-P. Gond
  19. 28th EGOS colloquium. (Conference) Helsinki, Finland (2012).
    Paper: Making market cycles: Constructing prices in the wake of catastrophic events
    Author: Jarzabkowski P.
    Co-authors: R. Bednarek, and L. Cabantous
  20. BAM workshop "Performativity and Practice Studies". (Workshop) London, UK (2012). Invited speaker.
    Paper: On Performativity
    Author: J.P. Gond
    Co-authors: Cabantous L.
  21. Academy of Management. (Conference) Boston, USA (2012).
    Paper: Managing the academic-practitioner interface: On the role of boundary communities
    Author: Cabantous L
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  22. Groupe D’Étude sur la Pratique de la Stratégie (GéPS), HEC Montreal. (Seminar) HEC Montreal, Canada (2011).
    Paper: Managing the academic-practitioner interface: On the role of boundary communities
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  23. AIMS - Association Internationale de Management Stratégique. (Conference) Nantes, France (2011).
    Paper: Strategizing corporate social responsibility: Institutional work in practice
    Author: Gond J.-P.
    Co-authors: L. Cabantous, and F. Krikorian
  24. 27th EGOS colloquium. (Conference) Gothenburg, Sweden (2011).
    Paper: Learning how to become performative: The evolving practice of decision consultants
    Author: Cabantous L.
  25. London School of Economics, CARR Brown bag seminar. (Seminar) London, UK (2010).
    Paper: Turning terrorism into markets? How power and calculability frame the genesis of market
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  26. Academy of Management. (Conference) Montreal, Canada (2010).
    Paper: The dynamics of performativity. A process perspective on the academic-practitioner gap
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  27. 2nd Symposium on Process Studies (PROS). (Conference) Rhodes (2010).
    Paper: The dynamics of performativity. A process perspective on the academic-practitioner gap
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: and J.-P. Gond
  28. 26th EGOS colloquium. (Conference) Lisbon, Portugal (2010).
    Paper: The double edge of strategizing: A study of institutional work and actors’ practice in the craft of corporate social responsibility
    Author: Gond J.-P
    Co-authors: L. Cabantous, and F. Krikorian
  29. Strategic Management Society. (Conference) Washington DC, USA (2009).
    Paper: A cognitive perspective on the resource-performance relationship
    Author: Morgenstern U.
    Co-authors: G. Hodgkinson, A. Lockett and L. Cabantous
  30. AIMS - Association Internationale de Management Stratégique. (Conference) Grenoble, France (2009).
    Paper: Turning terrorism into markets? How power and calculability frame the genesis of market
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  31. Academy of Management. (Conference) Chicago, USA (2009).
    Paper: Turning terrorism into markets? How power and calculability frame the genesis of market
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  32. 25th EGOS colloquium. (Conference) Barcelona, Spain (2009).
    Paper: Exploring the dynamics of performative praxis: A study of decision analysis institutionalization
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  33. AIMS - Association Internationale de Management Stratégique. (Conference) Nice, France (2008).
    Paper: Making rational decisions happen in organizations: The craft of rationality by decision-analysts
    Author: J.-P. Gond and M. Johnson-Cramer.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond and M. Johnson-Cramer
  34. Academy of Management. (Conference) Anaheim, USA (2008).
    Paper: Making Rational Decisions Happen in Organizations: The Craft of Rationality by Decision-Analysts
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond and M. Johnson-Cramer
  35. 24th EGOS colloquium. (Conference) Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2008).
    Paper: Managing risks after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Or, what it takes to turn catastrophic events into insurance markets
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  36. EADM – SPUDM Conference. (Conference) (2007).
    Paper: A choice-based investigation of beliefs under ambiguity
    Author: Baillon A.
    Co-authors: L. Cabantous
  37. AIMS - Association Internationale de Management Stratégique. (Conference) Montreal, Canada (2007).
    Paper: Reconsidering the status of rationality in organization theory: Rational decision-making as ‘performative praxis’
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  38. 23rd EGOS Colloquium. (Conference) VIenna, Austria (2007).
    Paper: The craft of rationality: Exploring the social construction of strategic decision-making
    Author: Gond J.-P.
    Co-authors: L. Cabantous, and M. Johnson-Cramer
  39. 22nd EGOS Colloquium. (Conference) Bergen, Norway (2006).
    Paper: Strategic decision making as ‘performative practice’: (Re)constructing the rational decision maker in organizations
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: J.-P. Gond
  40. EADM – SPUDM Conference. (Conference) Stockholm, Sweden (2005).
    Paper: Is probability weighting sensitive to the quality of probabilistic information?
    Author: Cabantous L.
  41. Conference on “Risk, Decision and Human Error". (Conference) Trento, Italy (2004).
    Paper: Ambiguity aversion and actuaries decision making processes: the impact of ambiguity and conflict on the insurance premium
    Author: Cabantous L.
  42. Association Française de Sciences Economiques. (Conference) Paris, France (2004).
    Paper: Clarifier le concept d’ambiguïté? Regards croisés de la psychologie et de l’économie sur l’attitude face à l’ambiguïté
    Author: Cabantous L.
    Co-authors: D. Hilton