ARTICLES WITH TAG: Diversity

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.

TOP RESEARCH Understanding the glass ceiling in the accountancy profession: novel perspectives
Economy & Finance

Understanding the glass ceiling in the accountancy profession: novel perspectives

by Anne Jeny

From the paper “New avenues of research to explain the rarity of females at the top of the accountancy profession”, by Anne Jeny and Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, published in Palgrave Communication, March 2017.

Gender Diversity in Central Banks: How May Things Evolve?
Economy & Finance

Gender Diversity in Central Banks: How May Things Evolve?

by Patricia Charléty

New research by Patricia Charlety Professor of Economics and Finance, with Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Professor of Economics, both at ESSEC Business School

Paris 2024: Paralympians in the Spotlight!
Sustainability

Paris 2024: Paralympians in the Spotlight!

by Stefan Gröschl

Professor Stefan Groschl explains why he thinks the Paris Olympics in 2024 might offer up the perfect opportunity to bring Paralympians the media attention they deserve.

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.

Can Professors Contribute to Society Outside of the Lecture Hall?
Sustainability

Can Professors Contribute to Society Outside of the Lecture Hall?

by Charles Cho

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.

Of backlash, beliefs, and attitudes: Diversity and disruption
Leadership

Of backlash, beliefs, and attitudes: Diversity and disruption

by Junko Takagi

Junko Takagi, Professor of Management and Chair of Leadership and Diversity at ESSEC Business School, looks into the diversity and inclusion issue and links the US election result to lessons firms can draw upon.

Do Gender Stereotypes Influence your Financial Decisions?
Economy & Finance

Do Gender Stereotypes Influence your Financial Decisions?

by François Longin

Basing their research on a groundbreaking simulation tool, ESSEC Professors Estefania Santacreu-Vasut and François Longin investigate the influence of gender stereotypes on investors’ financial decisions.

HILLARY, WOMEN, AND POWER: WALK LIKE A WOMAN AND TALK LIKE A MAN?
Society

HILLARY, WOMEN, AND POWER: WALK LIKE A WOMAN AND TALK LIKE A MAN?

by Viviane De Beaufort

In the light of the US election campaign and the diversity issues it has raised, Viviane de Beaufort, Professor at ESSEC Business School, Co-Director of the European Center for Law and Economics and Academic Director of the Program "Women in Entrepreneurship", shares her research into women and their relationship with power

The inside-out US election: Who will make history?
Communication

The inside-out US election: Who will make history?

by Estefania Santacreu-Vasut

As the world gears up to the forthcoming 3rd debate in the US Presidential election campaign, Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School and expert on gender equality in business and finance, looks into women in power and taps into the strategies used by US election candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to instill their identity among voters.

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