Flore Bridoux
Professor of Stakeholder Management
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

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Flore Bridoux is a Professor of Stakeholder Management at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. She holds a PhD from the Catholic University of Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. She worked as at Erasmus (Strategic Management Department) from 2007 to 2009 and then at the University of Amsterdam. She came back to Erasmus in August 2019.


Flore’s current research focuses on the management of stakeholders and human capital. In particular, she studies how to organize firms and stakeholder-firm relationships to motivate stakeholders, and employees in particular, to cooperate with the firm and with each other. She is also interested in stakeholders’ reactions to the tradeoffs firms make among the interests of different stakeholder groups and in the dynamics that characterize firms-stakeholders interactions. Her work has been published in, among others, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, and Strategic Management Journal.


She serves as Associate Editor for Organization & Environment, is on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Review and Strategic Organization, and acts as ad-hoc reviewer for many journals and conferences.


Academic (13)
  • Bridoux, F., & Stoelhorst, JW. (2022). Stakeholder theory, strategy, and organization: Past, present, and future. Strategic Organization, 20(4), 797-809.

  • Hericher, C., & Bridoux, F. (2022). Employees’ Emotional and Behavioral Reactions to Corporate Social Irresponsibility

    a, b. Journal of Management.

  • Bridoux, F., & Stoelhorst, JW. (2022). Stakeholder governance: Solving the collective action problems in joint value creation. Academy of Management Review, 47(2), 214-236.

  • Stofberg, N., Bridoux, F., Ciulli, F., Pisani, N., Kolk, A., & Vock, M. (2021). A relational-models view to explain peer-to-peer sharing. Journal of Management Studies, 58(4), 1033-1069.

  • Bridoux, F., & Vishwanathan, P. (2020). When do powerful stakeholders give managers the latitude to balance all stakeholders’ interests? Business and Society, 59(2), 232-262.

  • Stofberg, N., & Bridoux, F. (2019). Consumers' choice among peer-to-peer sharing platforms: The other side of the coin. Psychology and Marketing, 36, 1176-1195.

  • Bridoux, F., Coeurderoy, R., & Durand, R. (2017). Heterogeneous social motives and interactions: the three predictable paths of capability development. Strategic Management Journal, 38(9), 1755-1773.

  • Bridoux, F., Stofberg, N., & Den Hartog, D. (2016). Stakeholders’ responses to CSR tradeoffs: When other-orientation and trust trump material self-interest. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, [1992].

  • Bridoux, F., & Stoelhorst, JW. (2016). Stakeholder relationships and social welfare: A behavioral theory of contributions to joint value creation. Academy of Management Review, 41(2), 225-251.

  • Bridoux, F., & Stoelhorst, JW. (2014). Microfoundations for stakeholder theory: Managing stakeholders with heterogeneous motives. Strategic Management Journal, 35(1), 107-125.

  • Bridoux, F., Smith, K., & Grimm, C. (2013). The management of resources: Temporal effects of different types of actions on performance. Journal of Management, 39(4), 928-957.

  • Bridoux, F., Coeurderoy, R., & Durand, R. (2011). Heterogeneous motives and the collective creation of value. Academy of Management Review, 36(4), 711-730.

  • Taskin, L., & Bridoux, F. (2010). Teleworking: a challenge to knowledge transfer in organizations. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(13), 2503-2520.

Academic (1)
  • Bridoux, F., & Stoelhorst, JW. (2019). Rents from human capital complementarities: A relational view of value creation and value capture. In Anthony J. Nyberg and Thomas P. Moliterno (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Strategic Human Capital Resources (pp. 34-58). Edward Elgar Publishing.