THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS

TOP RESEARCH Master and Puppets: How Narcissistic CEOs Build their Professional Worlds
Leadership

Master and Puppets: How Narcissistic CEOs Build their Professional Worlds

by Arijit Chatterjee

In this second of a two-part article, Arijit Chatterjee, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, explains how narcissistic CEOs* satisfy their need to dominate and impact top management teams.

TOP RESEARCH Of Mirrors and Echoes: How Narcissistic CEOs Build their Professional Worlds
Leadership

Of Mirrors and Echoes: How Narcissistic CEOs Build their Professional Worlds

by Arijit Chatterjee

In this first of a two-part article, Arijit Chatterjee, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, shares his research on how narcissistic CEOs succeed in satisfying their need for acclaim and its impact on the board and the firm.

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.

Globalization and the Return of Geography
Economy & Finance

Globalization and the Return of Geography

by Editor ESSEC Knowledge

In the second half of the 20th century, globalization seamed to shape a new world in which differences were obliterated.

Looking to Start Your Own Business?
Innovation

Looking to Start Your Own Business?

by Editor ESSEC Knowledge

ESSEC Knowledge put together a panel of experts to discuss today’s entrepreneurial obstacles and opportunities in it’s second Google+ Hangout.

From Divergence to Convergence
Economy & Finance

From Divergence to Convergence

by Arijit Chatterjee

Why are some nations wealthy while others remain relatively poor? We take a closer look at India’s regions.

TOP RESEARCH Why do Some CEOs Take More Risks Than Others?
Leadership

Why do Some CEOs Take More Risks Than Others?

by Arijit Chatterjee

Risk taking is not so much an economic calculus as an interpretive act.