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Coronavirus in Brazil: A health or economic crisis?
Opinion

Coronavirus in Brazil: A health or economic crisis?

by Cristina Terra

Christina Terra discusses the coronavirus crisis in Brazil.

Managing work during a crisis
Opinion

Managing work during a crisis

by Maurice Thévenet

Maurice Thévenet discusses how the coronavirus crisis will impact how we approach work.

COVID-19 and the global economy
Opinion

COVID-19 and the global economy

by Sridhar Arcot

Sridhar Arcot discusses the implications of COVID-19 for the global economy.

What's next for the École nationale d’administration?
Opinion

What's next for the École nationale d’administration?

by Aurélien Colson

Aurélien Colson discusses the reform of the École nationale d’administration.

Firms Maximize Profits
Opinion

Firms Maximize Profits

by Gorkem Celik

Dr. Gorkem Celik discusses the profit maximization assumption used by standard microeconomics models.

From Antagonism to Partnership: What if Corporates and Startups Decided to Work Together?
Opinion

From Antagonism to Partnership: What if Corporates and Startups Decided to Work Together?

by Steven Seggie

What does it take to become partners?

The King Is Dead, Long Live the King!
Strategy

The King Is Dead, Long Live the King!

by Delphine Dion

What does a Chanel without Karl Lagerfeld look like?

A Bank(sy) Heist
Opinion

A Bank(sy) Heist

by Stoyan Sgourev

What Does the Recent Sale of Banksy's Girl with Ballon Tell Us about the Current State of the Art Market?

On Kojève, the European Union and the Role ESSEC Business School Has to Play
Leadership

On Kojève, the European Union and the Role ESSEC Business School Has to Play

by Laurent Bibard

On June 7 and 8, Laurent Bibard, professor of management and philosophy, went to a conference held in the European Parliament, devoted to the philosopher Alexandre Kojève (1902 – 1968).

Amazon vs. Fnac-Darty: Why Brick-And-Click Retailers Are Winning?
Strategy

Amazon vs. Fnac-Darty: Why Brick-And-Click Retailers Are Winning?

by Olivier Fourcadet

They say you always remember your first time especially when it comes to clicking that final, magical brick into place...

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