Guilhem is a Professor of Strategic Management at the Catholic University of Louvain. He chairs the Strategy and Organisation department, and is a research affiliate at the Society and Organizations Institute at HEC Paris.
His research interests include corporate governance, corporate strategy, institutional theory, and applied econometrics.
He holds a PhD in strategic management from HEC Paris. Previously, he was on the faculty of the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He was also an Arthur Sachs Fellow at Harvard University, and a Visiting Professor at Paris-Dauphine University as well as ESCP Business School.
His article Controlling for Endogeneity with Instrumental Variables in Strategic Management Research won the SO!WHAT Best Article Award for Scholarly Contribution from Strategic Organization. He was awarded a Research Methodology Award for the study entitled Caught in an Expectations Trap: Risks of Giving Securities Analysts What They Expect, coauthored with Jiwook Jung. For his paper Toward a Dynamic Theory of Intermediate Conformity (also available here), he was a runner-up of the Research Excellence Award of the University Research Institute in Management. He was also a runner-up (Honorable Mention) of the Strategic Management Society’s Best Conference Paper Prize.
Guilhem teaches courses to bachelor, master, PhD, and executive audiences. His teaching specialties include advanced strategic management, applied econometrics, corporate strategy in Europe, and organizational theory and dynamics.