FRANCOIS C. GIRAUD-CARRIER

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Francois Giraud-Carrier


CONTACT


PHONE: 801.626.8951

EMAIL: fgiraudcarrier@weber.edu

WEB:   www.giraud-carrier.com

OFFICE: WB 217


ABOUT


François C. Giraud-Carrier joined the Weber State University faculty in 2018 and is an assistant professor of supply chain management at the Goddard School of Business & Economics. François holds a doctorate degree in operations management from the University of Utah and a master’s degree in industrial engineering from the Paris Institute of Technology. 

François' research focuses on environmental sustainability. In one stream of research, he studies the impact of pollution regulations (such as emission taxes and cap-and-trade) on supply chains, and how managers should operate in a carbon-constrained economy. One of his papers shows that, contrary to conventional wisdom, companies may actually benefit from well-chosen and easy-to-implement pollution regulation. In another stream of research, François studies the adoption of green supply chain management practices by Midwest manufacturers. His research and teaching are influenced by several years of managerial experience, during which he directed the development of web-based software solutions for concurrent engineering and project management for large building projects.


EDUCATION


Ph.D., Operations Management - David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah, 2014

MS, Industrial Engineering - Paris Institute of Technology, 1994


WEB & SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS


www.giraud-carrier.com


PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS


PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Anand, K.S. & Giraud-Carrier, F. (forthcoming) Pollution Regulation of Competitive Markets. Management Science.
  2. Fawcett, S., Giraud-Carrier, F. & Fawcett. D. (2020) Using Deliberate Practice to Transform Learning Culture: Helping Students Put Real Skills in their OSCM Toolbox. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. 18(2) 172-202.
  3. Agarwal, A., Giraud-Carrier, F. and Li, Y. (2018) A Mediation Model of Green Supply Chain Management Adoption: The Role of Internal Impetus. International Journal of Production Economics. 205, 342-358.
  4. Agarwal, A. and Giraud-Carrier, F. (2018) Green supply chain management adoption in Midwest manufacturing: The role of suppliers. SAM Advanced Management Journal. 83(3), 4-16.
  5. Giraud-Carrier, F.C. and Schmidt, G.M. (2015) Learning in the fast lane: The Freeway Game. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education 13(3) 273-287. Awarded the 2015 DSJIE Outstanding Teaching Brief.

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Agarwal, A., Giraud-Carrier, F., & Penumatsa, L.S. (2017). Status of Green Supply Chain Management Adoption in Midwest Manufacturing: An Empirical Study. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Austin, TX. November 20, 2016.
  2. Vankeisbelck, R., Giraud-Carrier, F., Duchon, J., & Zarli, A. (2005). The Intelcities e-City Platform: a framework for a new generation of local e-government services. eGov INTEROP'05.
  3. Bourdeau, M., Giraud-Carrier F., Rezgui, Y. and Zarli, A. (2001). Knowledge Management in the Construction Industry: the e-COGNOS Approach. In Brian Stanford-Smith and Enrica Chiozza, editors, E-work and E-commerce: Novel solutions and practices for a global networked economy. IOS Press, 2001. Vol. 2 (pp. 944-950).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. From Knowledge Transfer to Competency Building: A New Pedagogy for Career Success", Weber State University -- 2019 Faculty Symposium: A Teaching and Learning Celebration, April 2019

  2. "Supplier Integration and Firm Performance: A Meta-analytic SEM Study", Contributed talk, POMS, Washington, D.C., May 2019

  3. "Driving Home the Concept of Externalities: The Freeway Game", Contributed talk, DSI, New Orleans, LA, November 2020

  4. "Fairness of Pollution Regulation: The 'Polluter-Pays' Principle under Cap-and-Trade", Contributed talk, DSI, New Orleans, LA, November 2020

  5. "SPARRING: From Knowledge Transfer to Competency Building", Contributed talk, DSI, New Orleans, LA, November 2020

  6. "Pollution Regulation under Imperfect Competition", Invited talk, MSOM Sustainability SIG, UT Dallas, TX, July 2018

  7. "Moderated Mediation in the Effects of Supplier Integration on Firm Performance: A Meta-Analytic Study," Contributed talk, DSI, Washington DC, November 2017.

  8. "Pollution Regulation: An Operations Perspective", Invited talk, INFORMS, Houston, TX, October 2017

  9. "Pollution Regulation: An Operations Perspective", Contributed talk, MSOM, Chapel Hill, NC, June 2017

  10. "Pollution Regulation and Market Structure: An Operations Perspective", Contributed talk, POMS, Seattle, WA, May 2017.

  11. "Status of Green Supply Chain Management Adoption in Midwest Manufacturing: An Empirical Study", DSI, Austin, TX, November 2016.

  12. "Drivers of Traffic Congestion Externality: Insights from the Freeway Game", POMS, Orlando, FL, May 2016.

  13. "Pollution Regulation and Market Structure: Equilibria, Profits and Welfare Effects", Invited talk, INFORMS, Nashville, TN, November 2016.

  14. "Drivers of Traffic Congestion Externality: Insights from the Freeway Game", DSI Conference, Seattle, WA, November 2015.

  15. "Pollution Regulation and Market Structure", Invited talk, INFORMS, San Francisco, CA, November 2014.

  16. "Does Cap-and-Trade enable Collision?", Invited talk, INFORMS, San Francisco, CA, November 2014.

  17. "Incentives to Invest in Pollution Abatement Innovations", Invited talk, INFORMS, San Francisco, CA, November 2014.

  18. "Pollution Regulation of Firms producing Partial Substitutes", Invited talk, POMS, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

  19. "Incentives to Invest in Pollution Abatement Innovations under Cap, Cap-and-Trade and Tax", Invited talk, POMS, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

  20. "Does Cap-and-Trade enable Collision?", Invited talk, POMS, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

  21. "The Freeway Game", Contributed talk, POMS, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

  22. "Does Cap-and-Trade enable Collision?", Invited talk, INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013.

  23. "Does Cap-and-Trade enable Collision?", Invited talk, Theory in Economics of Information Systems (TEIS) Workshop, Monterey, CA, June 2013.

  24. "Investing in pollution abatement innovations under emission taxes and cap-and-trade", Invited talk, INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.

  25. "Pollution Regulation and Production", Invited talk, INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.

  26. "Pollution Regulation and Production", Invited talk, MSOM Conference, New York, NY, June 2012.

  27. "Pollution and Production", Invited talk, POMS, Chicago, IL, April 2012.

  28. "Pollution and Production", Invited talk, INFORMS, Charlotte, NC, November 2011.

  29. "Market Mechanisms for Pollution Control: A Comparative Study of Cap-and-Trade, Cap and Emission Taxes", Invited talk, POMS, Reno, NV, May 2011.