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Should a Two-Year-Old iPhone Already Feel Obsolete?
Strategy

Should a Two-Year-Old iPhone Already Feel Obsolete?

by Emmanuelle Le Nagard-Assayag

Marketing Professor Emmanuelle Le Nagard explains how ‘perceived obsolescence’ can be a double-edged sword for firms like Apple.

TOP RESEARCH Irregular Migration and Network Effects: What Policy Implications for Europe?
Economy & Finance

Irregular Migration and Network Effects: What Policy Implications for Europe?

by Radu Vranceanu

Professor Radu Vranceanu comments on the complex relationship between regular and irregular migration in the EU context

HOW SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COULD DRIVE DEVELOPMENT IN NORTH AFRICA
Sustainability

HOW SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COULD DRIVE DEVELOPMENT IN NORTH AFRICA

by Thierry Sibieude

In the lead-up to the inauguration of ESSEC’s new campus in Rabat, Morocco, Professor Thierry Sibieude analyzes the social entrepreneurial opportunities in the region, and how they will impact the local economy.

Disruptive Innovation: Good for Business, Bad for Politics
Innovation

Disruptive Innovation: Good for Business, Bad for Politics

by Hamid Bouchikhi

How Donald Trump’s Interpretation of Disruptive Innovation Might Precipitate his Downfall

The Future of Insurance with the Advent of Artificial Intelligence
Innovation

The Future of Insurance with the Advent of Artificial Intelligence

by Marie Kratz

Marie Kratz, Professor at ESSEC Business School and Director of ESSEC CREAR (Center of Research in Econo-finance and Actuarial sciences on Risk), shares her thoughts about how artificial intelligence will re-shape the actuarial profession.

Flattering your boss: Good for you…but bad for him
Leadership

Flattering your boss: Good for you…but bad for him

by Jérôme Barthélemy

Jérôme Barthélémy, Professor of Management and Strategy at ESSEC Business School, takes a wry view at how to get in your boss’s good books from research carried out by Ithai Stern and James Westphal.

When a vision serves a purpose
Sustainability

When a vision serves a purpose

by Ashok Som

When consumer awareness of social responsibility of the cosmetic industry rose, Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) adjusted to the changing market requirements and focused more and more on corporate sustainability. How did they do it? A case study by Ashok Som, Professor of Strategy and Management, ESSEC Business School.

TOP RESEARCH Does going to business school turn you into a more selfish person?
Society

Does going to business school turn you into a more selfish person?

by Karoline Strauss

Does studying economics make people more selfish? And if so, what role do business schools have to play in shaping the values of our future leaders? Karoline Strauss, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, shares her research on how and when business education can produce greater levels of selfishness – or not.

Travel Retail vs Grey Market: the Luxury Industry's Global Challenges
Strategy

Travel Retail vs Grey Market: the Luxury Industry's Global Challenges

by Denis Morisset

How travel retail, the grey market, and e-commerce are impacting the luxury industry.

Making Gender Diversity Work
Strategy

Making Gender Diversity Work

by Stefan Gröschl

In the run-up to International Women’s Day 2017, Stefan Gröschl, Professor of Management, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Consultant and Co-founder of the Chair of Leadership and Diversity at ESSEC Business School, takes a critical look at the current gender diversity debate and provides suggestions to make gender diversity and inclusion more effective in the workplace.

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