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Political Risk vs. Economic Policy Risk: Which one really matters?
Economy & Finance

Political Risk vs. Economic Policy Risk: Which one really matters?

by Sarah Brown

Giovanni Pagliardi, PhD student at ESSEC Business School, and Prof. François Longin, Prof. of Finance, share research on 32 countries and provide a ground-breaking decision-aid tool for international investment and development funds.

Philanthropists, think about the impact of your donations
Sustainability

Philanthropists, think about the impact of your donations

by Arthur Gautier

Arthur Gautier, Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, explains how donors can take into account and improve the impact of their donations as he prepares to launch the MOOC La Philanthropie: Comprendre et Agir (in French).

Luxury and the power of enigma
Strategy

Luxury and the power of enigma

by Ashok Som

Professor Ashok Som explains how the enigma surrounding the industry will help it prosper throughout time.

Running Green: Sustainability at the Paris Marathon
Sustainability

Running Green: Sustainability at the Paris Marathon

by Stefan Gröschl

The Paris Marathon is just one of the many hundred of endurance events planned for 2017. How can we minimize its environmental impact?

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.

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