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  • 16/01/2014

    Carole Donada to speak at the MFC Winter Seminar

    Carole Donada will present her paper "What management science can teach us about politics?" (Qu'est-ce que les Sciences de Gestion peuvent apporter au politique?) at the MFC Winter Seminar on February 6, 2014 in Paris.

  • 4/12/2013

    Call for papers: Regulating Moral Hazard

    What role can regulation play in preventing – or at the very least minimizing – the pernicious effects of Moral Hazard? The Journal of Financial Regulation is set to host "Regulating Moral Hazard" conference in July. Call for papers, deadline February 1st 2014.

  • 21/11/2013

    Philippe Lorino accedes the ranks of Distinguished Professor

    ESSEC's Philippe Lorino acceded to the ranks of Distinguished Professor on November 20th - read more about his Lectio Magistralis and his ongoing research into inter-organizational dialogue.

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Awards 2013

Special Mention was given to the paper "Should additional disclosures be mandated for intangible assets? Insights from purchase price allocations" by ESSEC’s Anne Cazavan-Jeny, Luc Paugam and Pierre Astolfi at the 9th Interdisciplinary Workshop on Intangibles, Intellectual Capital & Extra-Financial Information in Copenhagen.

The Federation of European Securities Exchanges is delighted to announce that this year’s winners of the De la Vega Prize 2013 are Laurence Lescourret and Sophie Moinas from ESSEC Business School and Toulouse School of Economics, respectively, for their paper “Liquidity Supply across Multiple Trading Venues”.