EMBA, Rennes School of Business, France; Open University, UK
PhD in Chemistry. Sheffield University, UK
BSc in Chemistry. University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK
Emotions, emotions theory
Corporate Social Responsibility; Sustainability; Business Ethics; Nepotism; Corruption
Director of PhD programme, Rennes School of Business (October 2021 – Present)
Associate Professor, Management and Organization Academic Area, Rennes School of Business (2015 – Present);
Programme Manager MSc “ Management de projets créatifs, Culture et Design”(2016 – 2018)
Assistant Professor, Rennes School of Business
Head of Department Management and Organisation Department, ESC Rennes School of Business (2011 – 2013).
Programme Manager, MAIB, ESC Rennes School of Business (2004 – 2010).
Language Teacher, Languages Coordinator, ESC Rennes school of Business (1997 – 2004).
English Language Teacher, Various including ESC Rennes School of (1995 – 1997).
Post-doctoral Researcher, Universidad de Sevilla (1991 – 1995).
Basic or Discovery Scholarship
Hudson, S. and Liu, Y (2023) Mobile App Users’ Privacy Concerns: Different Heuristics for Privacy Assurance Statements in the EU and China. Information Technology & People. Vol. 36 No. 1, 2023, pp. 245-262
Helena V. González-Gómez, Sarah Hudson (2023) Employee frustration with information systems: appraisals and resources, European Management Journal,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2023.03.004
Hudson, S. & González-Gómez, H.V. & Claasen, C. (2021) Societal inequality, corruption and relation-based inequality in organizations. Journal of Business Ethics (forthcoming) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-021-04957-3
Hudson, S. & González-Gómez, H.V. (2021) Can impostors thrive at work? The impostor phenomenon’s role in work and career outcomes. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 128, 10360.
González-Gómez, H.V., Hudson, S. & Rychalski, A. (2021) The psychology of frustration: Appraisals, outcomes and service recovery. Psychology & Marketing, 38(9), 1550-1575.
Hudson, S. & Descubes. I. (2020) Ten years on: CSR motivations and engagements in French managers’ perceptions 2007-2017. Management International, 25(2), 30-51.
Hudson, S., Gonzalez, H., Claasen, C. (2019) Legitimacy, particularism and employee commitment and justice. Journal of Business Ethics, Vol 157, N°3, pp. 589-603
Hudson, S., Matson-Barkat, S., Pallamin, N., Jegou, G. (2019) With or without you? Interaction and psychological immersion in a virtual reality experience. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 100, pp. 459-468
Puncheva, P., Hudson, S. & Michelotti, M., (2018). The role of proximity to local and global citizens in stakeholders’ moral recognition of corporate social responsibility. Journal of Business Research, 88, 234-244.
Puncheva-Michelotti, P., Hudson, S. & Jin G. (2018) Employer branding and CSR communication in online recruitment advertising. Business Horizons, 61, 643—651.
Rychalski, Aude and Sarah Hudson, “Asymmetric effects of customer emotions on satisfaction and loyalty in a utilitarian service context.” Journal of Business Research (2017):
Hudson, Sarah , Helena V Gomez-Gonzalez, and Aude Rychalski, “Call centers: is there an upside to the dissatisfied customer experience?” Journal of Business Strategy (2017):
5. Hudson, S., Bryson B. & Michelotti, M. (2017) “Individuals’ Assessment of Corporate Social Performance, Person-Organization Values and Goals Fit, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions.”, Industrial Relations/Relations Industrielles, 72(2), 322-344.
McNamara, T , S Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “Fifty years of the bowl phenomenon.” Journal of Manufacturing Systems 41. (2016): 1-7.
McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, Sarah Hudson, and Erika Marsillac, “Improving Performance in Unbalanced, Unpaced Merging Assembly Lines.” (in press) International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (2016):
Hudson, Sarah , Tom McNamara, and Sabry Shaaban, “Unbalanced Lines -Where Are We Now?” International Journal of Production Research 53. (2015): 1895-1911.
Hudson, Sarah , Sabry Shaaban, and Tom McNamara, “The performance of unpaced production lines with unbalanced mean operation times and unreliability patterns.” Journal of Manufacturing Systems 37. (2015): 164-172.
Shaaban, Sabry , Tom McNamara, and Sarah Hudson, “The impact of failure, repair and joint imbalance of processing time means & buffer sizes on the performance of unpaced production lines.” International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (2015):
McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “The effect of mean-time and variability imbalance in unreliable lines.” Journal européen des systèmes automatisés 48. (2014): 211-237.
Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “Special Issue: ‘Production Systems – Cases and Applications’.” Production Planning & Control 25. (2014): 91-92.
Shaaban, Sabry , Tom McNamara, and Sarah Hudson, “Mean Time Imbalance Effects on Unreliable Unpaced Serial Flow Lines.” Journal of Manufacturing Systems (2014):
McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “Simulation of unbalanced buffer allocation in unreliable unpaced production lines.” International Journal of Production Research 51. (2013): 1922-1936.
Shaaban, S. , T. McNamara, and S. Hudson, “The Effects of Unbalancing Operation Time Variability on the Performance of Unreliable Lines.” Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management 24. (2013): 428-447.
Barron, Andrew , Peter Hulten, and Sarah Hudson, “The financial crisis and the gathering of political intelligence: A cross-country comparison of SMEs in France, Sweden and the UK.” International Small Business Journal 30. (2012):
Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “Transient Behaviour of Unbalanced Lines.” International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 24. (2012): 575-602.
McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “Unpaced Production Lines with Three Simultaneous Imbalance Sources.” Industrial Management & Data Systems 111. (2011): 1-27.
Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “The Performance of Unpaced Serial Production Lines with Unequal Coefficients of Variation of Processing Times.” International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (2009):
Basic or Discovery Scholarship
Sarah Hudson, Clara Koetz. The influence of formal and informal ethical systems on employee’s unethical behaviour: A comparison between United States and Brazil. 39th EGOS, Cagliari, Italy, 6-9 July 2023
Petya Puncheva-Michelotti, Sarah Hudson, Sophie Hennekam. Anticipated chilly organisational climate for women: Scale development and validation. EURAM, Dublin, Ireland, 14-16 June 2023
Sarah Hudson and Helena V. Gonzalez-Gomez. AI-driven Human Resource Decisions: Emotions, Justice and Employee Outcomes. EURAM, Dublin, Ireland, 14-16 June 2023
Yara Atallah, Sarah Hudson. Replacing the Human in Employee Co-Worker Interactions: Effects on Job Insecurity, Job Engagement and Counterproductive Work Behavior. EURAM, Dublin, Ireland, 14-16 June 2023
Sarah Hudson & Helena Gonzalez. Understanding the Digital Frustration Experience in Organizations. EURAM, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur, Switzerland, 15-17 June 2022
Sarah Hudson, Yara Atallah, Charbel Chedrawi. Technology at Work: A Help or a Hindrance? A Technology-Based Job Demands and Resources Model. EURAM, ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur, Switzerland, 15-17 June 2022
Gomez-Gonzalez, Helena , Sarah Hudson, and Aude Rychalski, “The psychology of frustration: Appraisal theory, satisfaction and loyalty.” Academy of Marketing Annual Conference, London, United Kingdom, July 2019
Hudson, Sarah and Irena Descubes. CSR through managers’ eyes: pragmatic to cognitive legitimacy, a 10-year shift. In: EURAM, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2019
Descubes, Irena and Sarah Hudson, “Ten years on: National context and legitimacy changes in French managers’ perceptions of CSR 2007-2017.”In: 5th International CSR Conference – Prosocial Innovations: From Responsible Finance to Social Entrepreneurship. Casablanca, Morocco, 2018
Petya Puncheva-Michelotti, Sarah Hudson, Gewen Jin. Social and environmental sustainability in online recruitment advertising. In: EURAM, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2018
González-Gómez, H.V., Hudson S. & Claasen, C., When is using social ties detrimental to employee commitment? A three-country comparison. EURAM 2018 June 21-23, Reykjavik, Iceland.
Hudson, Sarah and Helena V. González-Gómez, “The Impostor phenomenon, shame and creativity in organizations.” 33rd EGOS Colloquium: The Good Organization (2017). Copenhagen.
Hudson, S., Gonzalez, H., Claasen, C. and Luo, Y. ‘Legitimacy, organizational nepotism and employee affective commitment.’ 32nd EGOS Colloquium 2016, Naples, Italy, July 7-9.
Puncheva, Petya, S. Hudson, and M. Michelotti. The role of national and global identity in individuals’ moral recognition of CSR towards their own and other nations: Evidence from France and China. In: EBEN Annual Conference 2016, Nottingham, United Kingdom, June 2016
S. Shaaban, T. McNamara, S. Hudson. The Operating Behaviour of Unbalanced Unpaced Merging Assembly Lines. In: ICORFE 2016, International Conference on Operations Research and Financial Engineering, Paris, France, June 2016
S. Shaaban, T. McNamara, S. Hudson. Unreliable Production Lines with Simultaneously Unbalanced Operation Time Means, Breakdown and Repair Rates.” ICPEM 2015: XIII International Conference on Production Engineering and Management, Paris, France, June 2015
Chapters, Cases, Readings, Supplements
Moore-Mangin, A. & Hudson, S. (2021), How can agriculture attract, retain and protect Migrant workers during a World Health Crisis? The Case Centre, Reference no. 421-0090-1. https://casecent.re/p/179879Hudson S. & Moore-Mangin, A. (2021) Ecoshamps: Tackling the Plastics Challenge, The Case Centre. Case -Reference no. 721-0041-1.
Mangin, A. & Hudson, S. (2020). How to Ensure the Well-being of Remote Workers and the Continuity of Businesses During a Global Pandemic. The Case Centre. Case-Reference no. 421-0005-1
Hudson, S. & Moore-Mangin, A. (2020) “Gender neutral artificial intelligence needs non-toxic workplace.” The Case Centre. Reference no. 420-0046-1. http://casecent.re/p/169180
Mangin, A. & Hudson, S. (2020) “The Right to Privacy at CyberSecurity.” The Case Centre. Reference no. 420-0049-1. http://casecent.re/p/169304
Hudson, S. (2019) Volkswagen’s Dieselgate Challenge: Building an ethical culture. The Case center, 719-0026-1
Marsillac, E., Hudson, S. Sustainability in logistics. In: Joseph Sarkis (ed.). Handbook on the Sustainable Supply Chain. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar publishing Limited, Research Handbooks in Business and Management Series, 2019, 616 p.(pp. 389-409) ISBN 9781786434265
Hudson, S., Aßländer, M. S., Introduction. In : Aßländer, Michael S., Hudson, Sarah (ed.). The Handbook of Business and Corruption: Cross-Sectoral Expériences. Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017. ISBN 9781786354464
Hudson, S., Claasen, C., Nepotism and Cronyism – a Cultural Phenomenon? In : Aßländer, Michael S., Hudson, Sarah (ed.). The Handbook of Business and Corruption: Cross-Sectoral Expériences. Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017. ISBN 9781786354464
Hudson, S., Darwish, A.S., Shaaban, S. (2015) The SeaTravel Teaching Case. The Case center, 315-203-1
Books, Monographs, Compilations, Manuals
Aßländer, Michael S. and Sarah Hudson, The Handbook of Business and Corruption: Cross-Sectoral Experiences. Emerald, 2017.
Lépineux, François , Jean-Jacques Rosé, C Bonanni, Sarah Hudson, and C Pinson, La RSE – La responsabilité sociale des entreprises – 2e éd. : Théories et pratiques. Dunod, 2016.
Shaaban, Sabry , Production Line Efficiency: A Comprehensive Guide for Managers. Second Edition. Business Expert Press, 2013.
Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, Production Line Efficiency: A Comprehensive Guide for Managers. BEP Business Expert Press, 2010.
Rose, J-J , F Lépineux, C Bonanni, and S Hudson, La RSE; Théories et pratiques. Dunod, 2010. Lépineux, François , J.-J. Rosé, C. Bonanni, and S. Hudson, La RSE – Responsabilité sociale des entreprises – Théories et pratiques. Paris: Editions Dunod, 2010.