Professor Xavier Pavie takes three minutes to explain the concept of of “uberization” and our changing attitudes towards ownership.
As new technologies, products, and channels of consumption throw the film industry into a period of transformation, will the Cannes film festival continue to be as important as it once was?
Until now, the film industry has been more or less been able to shield itself from digital upheaval. But this year's festivals season, including Cannes, is offering us a glimpse of changes to come.
How Donald Trump’s Interpretation of Disruptive Innovation Might Precipitate his Downfall
Marie Kratz, Professor at ESSEC Business School and Director of ESSEC CREAR (Center of Research in Econo-finance and Actuarial sciences on Risk), shares her thoughts about how artificial intelligence will re-shape the actuarial profession.
Sonja Prokopec, Professor of Marketing at ESSEC Business School and internationally-renowned expert in consumer behavior and luxury branding, takes us into the marketing world of celebrity endorsement and voter reaction from a consumer perspective.
Last week, the European Commission issued a new proposal for regulating digital platforms. But are they really appropriate for or relevant to today’s digital economy?
The key to achieving creativity in any culture is recognizing that no one culture is inherently more creative than another, rather, different cultures achieve creativity in different ways.