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TOP RESEARCH Who are industry specialist auditors?
Economy & Finance

Who are industry specialist auditors?

by Anne Jeny

If industry specialist auditors are supposed to be able to provide better quality audits, how is an auditor’s degree of specialization measured?

TOP RESEARCH Curbing Risk Without Killing the Market
Economy & Finance

Curbing Risk Without Killing the Market

by Laurence Lescourret

Award-winning research by Finance Professors Laurence Lescourret and Andras Fulop examines the impact of bringing transparency to the opaque credit default swap market.

TOP RESEARCH How much control do managers have on timing strategic actions?
Leadership

How much control do managers have on timing strategic actions?

by Raymond-Alain Thiétart

Acting quickly helps firms stay competitive, but managers aren’t always able to act at the time of their choosing. New, award-winning research helps managers identify what they can do to influence the time of their strategic action.

Trial by Media: The Challenge of Impartiality in an Era of Real-Time News
Strategy

Trial by Media: The Challenge of Impartiality in an Era of Real-Time News

by Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas

From the new book Communication Juridique et Judiciaire, sous la direction d’Hurgues Bouthinon-Dumas, Nathalie Pignard-Cheynel, Charlotte Karila-Vaillant and Antoine Masson

Challenges for car manufacturers in a disruptive electromobility 2.0 industry
Innovation

Challenges for car manufacturers in a disruptive electromobility 2.0 industry

by Carole Donada

At the end of 2015, hardly a week went by without at least one market research or consulting firm publishing a report about the future of mobility.

5 Tips for Negotiating a Business Deal in Asia
Strategy

5 Tips for Negotiating a Business Deal in Asia

by Ta Wei Chao

Language barriers aside, negotiating an overseas business deal is a challenging endeavor. Cultural differences will impact your negotiation down the line. Here are five tips to hone your strategy and make your deal in Asia.

Weavers Studio of Bengal: sewing and sowing for the community
Sustainability

Weavers Studio of Bengal: sewing and sowing for the community

by Arijit Chatterjee

Following the publication of a recent case study Weavers Studio of Bengal: Use as many hands as possible, Prof. Arijit Chatterjee, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific explains the CSR endeavours of this exceptional Indian enterprise.

The Supply Chain Technology Revolution?
Innovation

The Supply Chain Technology Revolution?

by Felix Papier

Today, digital business is on everybody’s mind. Many people think about marketing or information technology when they hear about digital, but few are aware that digital technologies are also about to fundamentally change the management and design of supply chains.

TOP RESEARCH VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?
Sustainability

VIDEO: Does mother tongue make for woman's work?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

Over the past century, women's labor market participation has increased dramatically around the world. Nevertheless, it seems that the final steps towards equality will be the most difficult as disparities between countries remain.

France’s digital economy: a growing ecosystem needs the right infrastructure
Innovation

France’s digital economy: a growing ecosystem needs the right infrastructure

by Ingrid Nappi-Choulet

From the Cahier # 4 of the ESSEC Chair for Real Estate and Sustainable Development

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