Octavio ESCOBAR

Octavio ESCOBAR

Paris

Professor in Economics

Faculty Lead - Campus de Dublin

Presentation

Octavio Escobar is a Professor of Economics. He joined EM Normandie in 2020. He has a PhD in economics, awarded in 2009, and an accreditation to supervise research (HDR) from the Université de Paris Dauphine-PSL, awarded in 2020, focusing on the role of geography and institutions in economic performance. His research interests are the international economy, regional development and dynamics and the effects of adopting new technology. He has carried out various consultancy projects within the OECD during his career. 

Professional experience

Since 2020: professor in economics, EM Normandie
2018-2019: academic dean of the DBA program, Paris School of Business
2010-2019: associate prossor of economics, Paris School of Business 
2010-2019: affiliate researcher, UMR 225-DIAL
2018-2019: lecturer, ESCP Europe
2010-2017: lecturer, Université Paris-Dauphine 
2005-2010: research fellow and teaching assistant, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL

Department
Economics, territories and sustainable development
Subjects taught
International business Quantitative methods Research Methodology
Degrees
2020 : HDR in Economics, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL | 2009 : PhD in Economics, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL
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Publications

  • Escobar, O 2020, 'Le rôle de la géographie et des institutions dans la performance économique', HDR in Economics, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, Paris, France. 

    2020

    PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

  • Escobar, O 2009, 'IDE entrants, exportations et productivité manufacturière : les différentes performances des régions mexicaines', PhD in Economics, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, Paris, France. 

    2009

    PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

  • Lim, W, Ciasullo, M, Escobar, O & Kumar, S (forthcoming), 'Healthcare entrepreneurship: current trends and future directions', International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research. FNEGE : 3 ; ABS : 3.

    2024

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O, Schiavone, F, Khvatova, T & Maalaoui, A 2023, 'Lead User Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Analyzing the Current State of Research', Journal of Small Business Management, vol. 61, 2023, no. 3, pp. 1174-1191. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE : 2 ; ABS : 3 ; HCERES : A.

    2023

    Academic articles

  • Caporuscio, A, Schiavone, F,  Bernhard, F & Escobar, O 2023, 'The role of B2B digital platforms for managing future worldwide crisis', Technological Forecasting & Social Change, vol. 194, September. FNEGE : 2 ; ABS : 3.

    2023

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O, Lamotte, O, Colovic, A & Meschi, P-X 2022, 'Impact of Sourcing from the Informal Economy on the Export Likelihood and Performance of Emerging Economy Firms', Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 31(3), pp. 610-627. CNRS : 1 ; FNEGE : 2 ; ABS : 3 ; HCERES : A.

    2022

    Academic articles

  • Ghasemzadeh, K, Escobar, O, Yordanova, Z & Villasalero, M (forthcoming), 'User Innovation rings the bell for new horizons in E-health A Bibliometric Analysis', European Journal of Innovation Management. CNRS : 4 ; FNEGE : 4 ; ABS : 1 ; HCERES : C.

    2022

    Academic articles

  • Madanaguli, A.T, Dhir, A, Talwar, S, Singh, G, & Escobar, O 2022, 'Business to Business (B2B) Alliances in the Healthcare Industry: A Review of Research Trends and Pertinent Issues', Journal of Business & Industrial  Marketing, vol. 37, no. 8, pp. 1688-1705. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 3 ; ABS : 2 ; HCERES : B.

    2022

    Academic articles

  • Talwar, S, Kaur, P, Escobar, O & Lan, S 2022, 'Virtual reality tourism to satisfy wanderlust without wandering: An unconventional innovation to promote sustainability', Journal of Business Research, vol. 152, pp. 128-153. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE : 2 ; ABS : 3 ; HCERES : A. 

    2022

    Academic articles

  • Song Y, Escobar O, Arzubiaga U & De Massis, A 2022, 'The digital transformation of a traditional market into an entrepreneurial ecosystem', Review of Managerial Science, vol. 16, pp. 65–88. CNRS : 4.

    2022

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O, Leone, D, Malafronte, P & Mele, S 2021, 'The Effect of Telemedicine on Patients’ Wellbeing: A Systematic Review', Innovations /Journal of Innovation Economics & Management, 2021/2, n. 35, pp. 9-31. CNRS : 4 ; FNEGE : 3 ; HCERES : B.

    2021

    Academic articles

  • Arzubiaga, U, Diaz-Moriana, V, Bauweraerts, J & Escobar, O 2021, 'Big Data in Family Firms: A Socioemotional Wealth Perspective', European Management Journal, vol. 39, Issue 3, June, pp. 344-352. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 3 ; HCERES : B ; ABS : 2.

    2021

    Academic articles

  • Mühlen, H. &  Escobar, O 2020, 'The role of FDI in structural change: Evidence from Mexico', The World Economy, vol. 43(3), pp. 557– 585. CNRS 2. 

    2020

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O, Neri, U & Silvestre, S 2020, 'Energy policy of fossil fuel–producing countries: does global energy transition matter?', European Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 17(1), juillet, pp. 5-30. CNRS : 3 ; HCERES : B

    2020

    Academic articles

  • Di Vaio, A,  Palladino, R, Hassan, R & Escobar, O 2020, ‘Artificial Intelligence and Business Models in the Sustainable Development Goals Perspective: A Systematic Literature Review’, Journal of Business Research, vol. 121, December 2020, pp. 283-314. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE : 2 ; HCERES : A.

    2020

    Academic articles

  • Dougherty, S & Escobar, O 2019, 'What Policies to Combat Labor Informality? Evidence from Mexico', Applied Economics, vol. 51(38), pp. 4176-419. CNRS 2.

    2019

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O & Chenavaz, R & Rousset, X 2019, 'An Analytical Framework for Retailer Price and Advertising Decisions for Products with Temperature-Sensitive Demand', Applied Economics, vol. 51(52), pp. 5683-5693. CNRS 2

    2019

    Academic articles

  • Colovic, A, Escobar, O, Lamotte, O & Meschi, P.-X 2019, "Multinational enterprises, local firms, and employee human rights violation in the workplace: Evidence from Mexico". Multinational Business Review, vol. 47(3), pp. 247-265. CNRS 4; FNEGE 4

    2019

    Academic articles

  • Chenavaz, R, Drouard, J, Escobar, O & Karoubi, B 2018, 'Convenience pricing in online retailing: Evidence from Amazon.com', Economic Modelling, vol. 70, pp. 127-139. CNRS 2.

    2018

    Academic articles

  • Aubert-Tarby, C, Escobar, O & Rayna, T 2018, 'The impact of technological change on employment: The case of press digitisation', Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol. 128, pp. 36-45. CNRS 2.

    2018

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O 2016, 'Spatial spillovers in Mexico’s labour productivity', Revue d’Économie Régionale & Urbaine, vol. 2016/5, pp. 1075–1108. CNRS 3.

    2016

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O & Dougherty, S 2016, 'Could Mexico become the new ‘China’? Policy drivers of competitiveness and productivity', European Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 13(2), pp. 169-198. CNRS 3.

    2016

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O & Cezar, R 2015, 'Population distribution, effective area and economic growth', Applied Economics, vol. 47(53), pp. 5776-579. CNRS 2

    2015

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O & Le Chaffotec, A 2015, 'The influence of OPEC membership on economic development: A transaction cost comparative approach', Research in International Business and Finance, vol. 33, pp. 304–318. CNRS 4

    2015

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O 2013, 'Foreign direct investment (FDI) determinants and spatial spillovers across Mexico’s states', Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, vol. 22(7), pp. 993-1012. CNRS 3

    2013

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O & Chenavaz, R 2012, 'Effective area as a measure of land factor', Economics Bulletin, vol. 32(3), pp. 1962-1969. CNRS 3

    2012

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O 2010, 'The (un)Lucky neighbour: Différences in export performance across Mexico’s states', Papers in Regional Science, vol. 89(4), pp. 777–799. CNRS 2

    2010

    Academic articles

  • Escobar, O & Dougherty, S 2013, 'The Determinants of Informality in Mexico’s States', OECD Economics Department Working Papers, No. 1043, OECD Publishing.

    2013

    Other academic contributions

  • Escobar, O, Gasparri, L, Ghasemzadeh, K, Villasalero, M & Yordonova, Z 2023, 'Open innovation in the neighborhood: open, collaborative, user, consumer, and crowd innovation', 30th IPDMC: Innovation And Product Development management Conference, Lecco, Italy, June 7-9.

    2023

    Academic communications

  • Escobar, O 2021, ‘Pourquoi les entreprises familiales ont-elles du mal à adopter le Big data ?’, in Aubry, M & Sow, M.S. ‘La transformation digitale en entreprise, 100 questions/réponses’, les éditions Ellipses, pp. 107-108.

    2021

    Research books and book chapters

  • Escobar, O 2021, 'Quels sont les défis pour les marchés de gros face au commerce électronique ?', in Aubry, M & Sow, M.S. ‘La transformation digitale en entreprise, 100 questions/réponses’, les éditions Ellipses, pp. 109-111.

    2021

    Research books and book chapters

  • Escobar, O & Meehan, L 2018, 'Setting the scene: An overview of Costa Rica’s productivity performance', In OECD Economic Survey of Costa Rica: Research Findingson Productivity. OECD Publishing, pp. 11-40.

    2018

    Research books and book chapters

  • Lamotte, O, Colovic, A, Escobar, O & Meschi, P-X 2022, 'Pays émergents : l’économie informelle, un avantage concurrentiel pour les exportateurs', The Conversation, March 16.

    2022

    Articles in professional journals

  • Escobar, O 2021, 'The effect of telemedicine on patients’ wellbeing: A systematic review', Blog EM Normandie, July 1.

    2021

    Articles in professional journals

  • Lamotte, O, Colovic, A, Escobar, O & Meschi, P-X 2019, 'Droits de l'homme : l'impact indirect des multinationales dans les pays émergents', The Conversation, 16 septembre.

    2019

    Articles in professional journals

  • Lamotte, O, Colovic, A, Escobar, O & Meschi, P-X 2019, ‘Human rights: the indirect impact of multinationals in emerging countries’, The Conversation, october 10.

    2019

    Articles in professional journals