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The permanent professor of the chair

The Chair has a remarkable international network of collaborators and an excellent national and international reputation. Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay has repeatedly been invited abroad, as invited professor by various prestigious establishments (European School of Management of Paris, University of Paris I-Sorbonne, University of Lille I; twice in the last two cases). Brilliant speaker, she is able to express easily in English, French and Spanish and understands well Portuguese and Italian. She has an established reputation of researcher in Europe (France,Belgium, and Germany especially), where she has presented a number of communications and published extensively (Communication & Strategies; Revue de gestion des ressources humaines; Women in Management, Politique et Management public; Japon in extenso; Zeitscrift für Kanadien-Studien; Économie et sociétés, etc.). She co-directed a publication on issues of social and working times in France, with a famous researcher (Gilbert de Terssac, University of Toulouse), and was invited to participate in the writing of the Concise Encyclopedia of Democracy and Participation (at Gruyter) and in many collective works with many other researchers of international reputation. (see her curriculum vitae on these issues: www.teluq.uquebec.ca/chaireecosavoir/cvdgt)).

She is also well-known in Asia, where her works on the organization of work and innovation in Japanese companies established in Canada had brought her to be invited by the House of Franco-Japanese Research in Tokyo as well as to receive a Canada-Taiwan scholarship (through the Association of Canadian universities and colleges, AUCC ) for a stay in Taiwan for a comparative research.
In the Latin-American world, she published in some prestigious journals and books, with external reading and evaluation committee (of which Revista de Administrao de Empresas, first journal of business studies in Brazil, and Arche interdisciplinar, of Brazil; Comercio exterior as well as Economia, Sociedad y Territorio, important journals of Mexico).

She was elected for some positions in a number of international associations:

She gave some opening or plenary conferences in several symposia and congresses, of which the world congress of International Association of Industrial Relations held in Tokyo in 2000, and presented a great number of communications in many international scientific associations.

Let us finally underline that she directed several publications in which some international researchers took part in, in particular, Presses de l’Université du Québec (PUQ) and Octares (France).

See her curriculum vitae at : www.teluq.uquebec.ca/chaireecosavoir/cvdgt

Bibliographical references (from text above)

Selected References to Research Plan and Publications by Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay (mainly in English – see CV for all publications in French: www.teluq.uquebec.ca/chaireecosavoir/cvdgt):

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (2004). Virtual Communities of practice : what impacts for individuals and organizations ? Communication at the NBES (National Business and Economics Society, USA, march 2004. Forthcoming in the Proceedings.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2003). Telework  : A New Mode of Gendered Segmentation ? Results from a study in Canada. Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol. 28, no 4.

Tremblay, D.-G. et C.H. Amherdt (2003).   Travail en réseau et développement des compétences dans le secteur du multimédia. A paraître dans la Revue de Carriérologie. Vol. 9, no 3-4.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2003). New Types of Careers in the Knowledge Economy ? Networks and boundaryless jobs as a career strategy in the ICT and multimedia sector. In Communications & Strategies. Montpellier-Manchester : IDATE. Pp. 81 à 106.

Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay (2003) La difficile articulation des temps sociaux : concilier la vie personnelle et la vie professionnelle.. No 31 de la revue Interventions économiques. Revue électronique : www.teluq.uquebec.ca/interventionseconomiques. 23 pages.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2003). Youth Employment situation and employment policies in Canada. Youth and Work in the Post-industrial City of North America and Europe . In Laurence Roulleau -Berger (ed., 2003).   Boston, Leiden, USA  : Brill Editor. Pp., 175-189.

Jacob, R., C. Bareil, A. Bourhis, L. Dubé, D.-G. Tremblay (2003). Les communautés virtuelles de pratique : levier de l'organisation apprenante. In Karnas, G., C. Vandenberghe et N. Delobbe (sous la dir., 2003). Bien-être au travail et transformation des organisations. Actes du 12e congrès de psychologie du travail et des organisations. Tome 3. Belgique : Presses universitaires de Louvain. Pp. 181-192.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002).   Balancing Work and Family with Telework ? Organizational Issues and Challenges for Women and Managers. In Women in Management. Manchester : MCB Press. Volume 17 issue 3/4. pp157-170.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002). Work organization and satisfaction in the context of telework. In  Revista de administrao de empresas. Vol. 42, no 3. Sao Paulo : Fundacao Getulio Vargas. Pp. 54-65.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002).   Le télétravail : ses impacts sur l'organisation du travail et la conciliation emploi-famille. Recherches féministes. Vol. 14, no 2. Québec : Presses de l'université Laval. Pp. 53-83.

Tremblay, D. G., Fontan, J.M., J.L. Klein et D. Bordeleau (2002). The development of the relational firm : the case of the Multimedia City in Montréal. In A Holbrook and D. Wolfe (eds.2002).Knowledge, Clusters and Regional Innovation : Economic Development in Canada . Toronto- Montréal : Mc Gill Queens Univ. Press. Pp. 161-185.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002). Les économistes institutionnalistes: les apports des institutionnalistes à la pensée économique hétérodoxe. Interventions économiques. ( electronic journal: www.teluq.uquebec.ca/interventionseconomiques)

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002). Work-family balancing and Working times; results from a research conducted in Canada. In Japan Institute of Labour (2002). Universal Wisdom through Globalization. Selected papers from the 12 th International Industrial Relations Congress. Tokyo  : Japan Institute of Labour. Pp. 223-237.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002). Innovation and Human Rsources Development in the Multimedia and IT sector in Québec : the role of communities of practice. In Globalization, Innovation and Human Resource Development for Competitive Advantage. Proceedings vol. 1.   Bangkok  :Asian Institute of Technology. Pp. 165-180.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (2002). Informal Learning Communities in the Knowledge Economy; « Knowing Whom » as a source of Knowledge Development in the multimedia sector. In D. Passey et M. Kendall (dir., 2002). TelE -Learning: the Challenge for the Third Millenium. Proceedings of the 17 th World  Computer Congress, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Amsterdam / New York. Pp. 241-248.

Tremblay, D. G., Fontan, J.M., J.L. Klein et D. Bordeleau. (2002). The development of the relational firm : the case of the Multimedia City in Montréal. In A. Holbrook and D. Wolfe ( eds, 2002). Knowledge, Clusters and Regional Innovation : Economic Development in Canada . Toronto- Montreal : Mc Gill Queens University Press. Pp. 161-185.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2002). Telework  : Work Organization and Satisfaction of Teleworkers. Where East meets West. Proceedings of the 30 th annual conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. CDRom. 10 p. ( First  runner up for Best Paper Award in the Human Resources Management Division)

Doray, P. et D.-G. Tremblay (2002). Co-Operation as a Means of Production and Diffusion of Knowledge : Theoretical Perspectives and an Empirical Case Study. In Nakamura, M. (dir., 2002). Alliances, cooperative ventures and the role of government in the Knowledge Based Economy : Policy Issues for Canada and beyond . Vancouver  : Centre for Japanese Research, UBC Press. 89-107.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (2001). Work-Family Balancing and Interest for Working Time Reduction: Some Results from a Research conducted in Canada . Dans Marshall, V., W. Heinz, H. Kruger, A. Verma (2001, sous la dir.). Restructuring Work and the Life Course. University of Toronto Press. pp. 123-141.

Le Queux, S., Biddle, Burgess, et D.-G. Tremblay (2001). Does Europe have a monopoly of heart ? Youth Employment policies in Australia and Canada. In A.S. Pascual ( sous la dir. 2001). Enhancing Youth Employability Through social and Civil Partnership Bruxelles  : European Trade Union Institute.  Pp. 367-392.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle et David Rolland, (2000), The Japanese Innovation System and its Transferability: the Case of Canada, dans J. A. Holbrook et D. Wolfe (ed.), Innovation, Institutions and Territory. Regional Innovation  Systems in Canada , Montreal, Mc-Gill Queen's University Press, pp. 163-185.

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (2000). Labour regime and industrialisation in the knowledge economy; the Japanese model and its possible hybridisation in other countries. Labour and Management in Development Journal. No 7.  Brisbane  : The Australian National University.   http://www.ncdsnet.anu.edu.au.

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (2000). The Japanese Innovation system and its transferability: the case of Canada. Dans Holbrook, J.A. et D. Wolfe (dir., 2000). Innovation, Institutions and Territory. Regional Innovation  Systems in Canada . Mc-Gill Queen's University Press. Pp. 163-185.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2000). Reconciling Work, Family and Equity for Women through Working Time Reduction; some Results from a Research conducted in Canada. Dans K.A. Getz et D. Windsor (2000, sous la dir). 2000 Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference of the International Association for Business and Society. Essex Junction, Vt  : IABS. Pp. 212-217

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (1999). Employee Training in Canada : Where do we stand ? Workplace Gazette, Ottawa: Dépt. des ressources humaines.  pp 79 à 88.

Klein, J.L, J.-M. Fontan et D.-G. Tremblay (1999). Economic Reconversion, partnership and community-based mobilization in Montréal: Towards the activation of socio-territorial capital Zeitschrift fur Kanada-Studien , Munich, Germany. pp. 120-137.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle, (1999), Flexible Employment in Japanese Retailing : Comparisons with Canada and Questions concerning the Segmentation Theory. Dans D. Dirks, J.-F. Huchet, T. Ribault (editors, 1990). Japanese Management in the Low Growth Era; Between External Shocks and Internal Evolution. New-York, Londres, Tokyo  : Springer. Pp. 313-322.

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (1999). The Japanese Model of HRM and its application abroad: the case of Canada. Communication à la Pan Pacific Business Association, Fiji, 1-3 juin 1999. Publiée dans les Actes.

Tremblay, D.-G. (1999).Business Alliances, Cooperation and Competitive Edge; Perspectives for the Global Economy and Society. In Networking into the future, Veracruz Mexico  : Fundacion para la Educacion Superior Internacional.,

Tremblay, D.-G. (1998). Japanization in Canada : Key Dimensions regarding Human Resources Management.  Dans Actes du -11 congrès mondial de l' Association internationale des relations professionnelles (AIRP). Bologne : AIRP. Pp.183-188.

Tremblay, D.-G. Working time and Work-Family Balancing : Issues and Solutions. Communication at the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) conference, Blankenberge, Belgique, 17-20 sept. 1998. (CD-Rom).

Tremblay, D.-G et D. Rolland (1998). Transferability of the Japanese Management System: A Hypothesis of Hybridization based on a research in Canada. XV Pan-Pacific Conference Proceedings. Lincoln, USA / Seoul, Korea. pp. 104-106.

Tremblay, D.-G., Klein, J.L., Fontan, J.M., (1998). Social Innovation, Networks and Economic Redevelopment in Montréal; New Perspectives based on the analysis of a technopark project. Dans   International Council on Small Business Conference Proceedings, Singapour, juin 1998. ( CD -Rom)

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle et Daniel Villeneuve (1998). Working time and Gender Differences: Restructuring Work to Reconcile Family and Work ? Dans   Braverman and Beyond. Work, Difference and Social Change, Actes du colloque du même nom tenu à la State University of New York at Binghamton. Sous la direction de Phil Kraft. pp. 434-446.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (1998). The New Division of Labour and Women's jobs: a Complex Picture from a Research conducted in Québec. Dans Braverman and Beyond.Work, Difference and Social Change, Actes du colloque du même nom tenu à la State University of New York at Binghamton. Sous la direction de Phil Kraft. pp. 420-433.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (1997). The « New Division of Labour » Debate and Women's Jobs: Results from a Survey conducted in Canada from a Gendered Perspective. Dans V.Oechtering ( sous la dir., 1997).  Spinning a Web from Past to Future: Women, Work and Computerization. New York/Berlin: Springer- Verlag.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (1997). Change and Continuity: Transformations in the Gendered Division of Labour in a Context of Technological and Organizational Change. InBargaining in Diversity : Colour, Gender and Ethnicity. Sous la direction de Barry Fitzpatrick. Dublin : Oak Tree Press House. P. 31-57.

Tremblay, Diane- Gabrielle  et D. Rolland (1997). The Japanese Employment System and Evolutionist Economics; Results from a Survey on Japanese Transplants in Canada.( 1997). Publié dans les Proceedings of the 1996 Conference of the European Association of Evolutionary Economics, sur le Site Web du European Association of Evolutionary Economics.

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (2000). The Japanese Innovation system and its transferability: the case of Canada. Dans Holbrook, J.A. et D. Wolfe (dir., 2000). Innovation, Institutions and Territory. Regional Innovation Systems in Canada. Mc-Gill Queen’s University Press. Pp. 163-185.

Tremblay, D.-G. (2000). Reconciling Work, Family and Equity for Women through Working Time Reduction; some Results from a Research conducted in Canada. Dans K.A. Getz et D. Windsor (2000, sous la dir). 2000 Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference of the International Association for Business and Society. Essex Junction, Vt : IABS. Pp. 212-217

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (1999). Employee Training in Canada: Where do we stand ? Workplace Gazette, Ottawa: Dépt. des ressources humaines. pp 79 à 88.

Klein, J.L, J.-M. Fontan et D.-G. Tremblay (1999). Economic Reconversion, partnership and community-based mobilization in Montréal: Towards the activation of socio-territorial capital Zeitschrift fur Kanada-Studien, Munich,Germany. pp. 120-137.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle, (1999), Flexible Employment in Japanese Retailing : Comparisons with Canada and Questions concerning the Segmentation Theory. Dans D. Dirks, J.-F. Huchet, T. Ribault (editors, 1990). Japanese Management in the Low Growth Era; Between External Shocks and Internal Evolution. New-York, Londres, Tokyo : Springer. Pp. 313-322.

Tremblay, D.-G. et D. Rolland (1999). The Japanese Model of HRM and its application abroad: the case of Canada. Communication à la Pan Pacific Business Association, Fiji, 1-3 juin 1999. Publiée dans les Actes.

Tremblay, D.-G. (1999).Business Alliances, Cooperation and Competitive Edge; Perspectives for the Global Economy and Society. In Networking into the future, Veracruz Mexico : Fundacion para la Educacion Superior Internacional.,

Tremblay, D.-G. (1998). Japanization in Canada: Key Dimensions regarding Human Resources Management. Dans Actes du -11 congrès mondial de l’Association internationale des relations professionnelles (AIRP). Bologne : AIRP. Pp.183-188.

Tremblay, D.-G. Working time and Work-Family Balancing : Issues and Solutions. Communication at the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) conference, Blankenberge, Belgique, 17-20 sept. 1998. (CD-Rom).

Tremblay, D.-G et D. Rolland (1998). Transferability of the Japanese Management System: A Hypothesis of Hybridization based on a research in Canada. XV Pan-Pacific Conference Proceedings. Lincoln, USA/Seoul, Korea. pp. 104-106.

Tremblay, D.-G., Klein, J.L., Fontan, J.M., (1998). Social Innovation, Networks and Economic Redevelopment in Montréal; New Perspectives based on the analysis of a technopark project. Dans International Council on Small Business Conference Proceedings, Singapour, juin 1998. ( CD-Rom)

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle et Daniel Villeneuve (1998). Working time and Gender Differences: Restructuring Work to Reconcile Family and Work ? Dans Braverman and Beyond.Work, Difference and Social Change, Actes du colloque du même nom tenu à la State University of New York at Binghamton. Sous la direction de Phil Kraft. pp. 434-446.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (1998). The New Division of Labour and Women’s jobs: a Complex Picture from a Research conducted in Québec. Dans Braverman and Beyond.Work, Difference and Social Change, Actes du colloque du même nom tenu à la State University of New York at Binghamton. Sous la direction de Phil Kraft. pp. 420-433.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (1997). The « New Division of Labour » Debate and Women’s Jobs: Results from a Survey conducted in Canada from a Gendered Perspective. Dans V.Oechtering (sous la dir., 1997). Spinning a Web from Past to Future: Women, Work and Computerization. New York/Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (1997). Change and Continuity: Transformations in the Gendered Division of Labour in a Context of Technological and Organizational Change. InBargaining in Diversity : Colour, Gender and Ethnicity. Sous la direction de Barry Fitzpatrick. Dublin: Oak Tree Press House. P. 31-57.

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle et D. Rolland (1997). The Japanese Employment System and Evolutionist Economics; Results from a Survey on Japanese Transplants in Canada.(1997). Publié dans les Proceedings of the 1996 Conference of the European Association of Evolutionary Economics, sur le Site Web du European Association of Evolutionary Economics.