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The Making of Royal Celebrities: The Role of Consumer Buy-In
Strategy

The Making of Royal Celebrities: The Role of Consumer Buy-In

by Delphine Dion

On May 19th, you most certainly followed Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle, as did over 3 billion other people.

On accounting, digital economy and intangible assets’ recognition
Economy & Finance

On accounting, digital economy and intangible assets’ recognition

by Anne Jeny

In her policy paper, Prof. Anne Jeny aims to shed light on the issue of intangible assets' recognition.

Daily creativity at work: source of well-being and performance
Leadership

Daily creativity at work: source of well-being and performance

by Annick Ancelin-Bourguignon

Great source of meaning for employees, creativity is profitable not only for them but also for the organization.

Intelligence: natural vs artificial?
Leadership

Intelligence: natural vs artificial?

by Maurice Thévenet

Management requires intelligence, a capacity to understand, link things up and act.

TOP RESEARCH The CEO’s Journey to Sustainability
Sustainability

The CEO’s Journey to Sustainability

by Stefan Gröschl

Stefan Gröschl, Prof. of Management at ESSEC Business School and spokesman on CSR, shares his latest research on ex-Puma CEO Jochen Zeitz and the journey to sustainability.Our lessons come from the journey, not the destination

Trade Wars and Prisoners' Dilemma
Economy & Finance

Trade Wars and Prisoners' Dilemma

by Gorkem Celik

We may very well be experiencing the very first days of a global trade war...

Quotas in Boardrooms as a Legal Means to Improve Gender Equality
Strategy

Quotas in Boardrooms as a Legal Means to Improve Gender Equality

by Junko Takagi

Every year, at the beginning of March, at ESSEC Business School are held the traditional Gender Equality Days*.

TOP RESEARCH Board gender diversity and economic performance: Lessons from a controlled experiment
Leadership

Board gender diversity and economic performance: Lessons from a controlled experiment

by Radu Vranceanu

Researchers Radu Vranceanu and Karine Laminraud offer lessons from a controlled experiment.

The Luxury Nomad
Strategy

The Luxury Nomad

by Ashok Som

Mobile, connected and global: business people, travelers and tourists are forming an ever-increasing market of nomadic consumers. Prof. Ashok Som explores this unprecedented path to luxury and the questions of where to catch the luxury nomads, what to offer them and how to seduce them into buying.

TOP RESEARCH Downsizing: what makes a bitter recipe sweeter?
Strategy

Downsizing: what makes a bitter recipe sweeter?

by Aarti Ramaswami

Professor Aarti Ramaswami, Director of the ESSEC Global MBA programme, digs deep into the sensitive issue of downsizing to reveal the factors across countries that make it either indigestible for stakeholders – or easier to swallow.

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