These actors have the power to reverse the ecological and social consequences of China’s growth-at-any-cost policies.
Elisa Operti, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School shares her research into how firms can gain a sustainable innovation advantage by learning from other companies’ publicly-available knowledge.
Prof. Delphine Dion, Professor of Marketing at ESSEC Business School, introduces the concept of “sleeping beauties*” and looks at the strategies firms can use to turn brand heritage into a powerful premise for customer experience and customer sales
Cristina Terra, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, shares her research into the effects of regulations and policies on the informal economy and points the world’s governments towards a dilemma: should the shadow economy be tolerated after all?
Ashok Som, Prof., Co-Director of ESSEC-Bocconi EMiLux program, Chair of the Management Department at ESSEC Business School, and luxury products and services expert, shares his recent study of emerging luxury brands and focuses on the conditions and competencies required for their success
Professors are expected to have a higher standard of professional ethics, which may help obtain better CSR performance ratings. From the paper “Professors on the Board: Do They Contribute to Society Outside the Classroom?” by Prof. Charles Cho at ESSEC Business School, Jay Heon Jung, Byungjin Kwak, Jaywon Lee, and Choong-Yuel Yoo. Published in The Journal of Business Ethics.
In the run up to the festive period, Emmanuelle Le Nagard, Professor of Marketing and Associate Dean of Pedagogy at ESSEC Business School, takes a look at the phenomenon of programmed obsolescence from both consumer and manufacturer perspectives and offers us some insightful food for thought before Christmas.