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TOP RESEARCH Are researchers afraid of novel ideas?
Leadership

Are researchers afraid of novel ideas?

by Radu Vranceanu

Why conformism makes breakthrough discoveries fewer, and farther between?

Fighting Corruption with Education
Sustainability

Fighting Corruption with Education

by Stefan Gröschl

Even as the 2014 Corruption Percentage Index paints a worrying picture, education offers hope

Time to evolve or perish in a changing world
Education

Time to evolve or perish in a changing world

by Hamid Bouchikhi

Progressive deans – who dare to confront the many sacred cows in the profession – are needed

Bringing Research Into the Classroom
Leadership

Bringing Research Into the Classroom

by Valery Yakubovich

Professor Valery Yakubovich recognized at the 2013 ESSEC Foundation Awards.

Is Today’s Business School Only as Good as its Research?
Economy & Finance

Is Today’s Business School Only as Good as its Research?

by Radu Vranceanu

Business Schools have come to realize that “strategy” matters for them, just as it does for the “private business”.

5 Tips for Sharing Knowledge through Social Media
Innovation

5 Tips for Sharing Knowledge through Social Media

by Ashwin Malshe

In the classroom as in the office, social media is a great way to encourage the sharing of ideas and foster knowledge creation.

Neoliberalism vs. Academia
Economy & Finance

Neoliberalism vs. Academia

by Marie-Laure Djelic

Universities as Market Actors and Knowledge in a Neoliberal Society

Women, Social Media and Professional Visibility
Leadership

Women, Social Media and Professional Visibility

by Viviane De Beaufort

Recognition is an important step in leveling inequality in the workplace.

What is Business' role in Society?
Sustainability

What is Business' role in Society?

by Sarah Brown

ESSEC's Radu Vranceanu and Hamid Bouchikhi answer our questions regarding the recent Workshop for Business in Society and the Pursuit of the Common Good.