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The Nobel Prize in Economics 2021: A neat approach to causality
Economy & Finance

The Nobel Prize in Economics 2021: A neat approach to causality

by Radu Vranceanu

The 2021 Nobel prize rewards many new results in labor and education economics, and, most importantly, for advancing economics as an experimental science, that can reveal causality, and not only correlation.

TOP RESEARCH What makes for a successful partnership between industry and academia?
Innovation

What makes for a successful partnership between industry and academia?

by Vivianna Fang He

Unpacking the dynamics of industry-academia project teams.

All that glitters is not a gold medal: Putting athletes’ mental health in the spotlight
Society

All that glitters is not a gold medal: Putting athletes’ mental health in the spotlight

by Karoline Strauss

Athletes’ mental health has been in the spotlight lately. As prominent athletes speak out about their struggles with stress, anxiety, depression, and even burnout, public awareness of the importance of mental health in professional sport is perhaps higher than ever before.

What does sustainability look like in informal economies?
Sustainability

What does sustainability look like in informal economies?

by Stefan Gröschl

There’s a lot of buzz on sustainability practices in business, but much of today’s discourse and research on sustainability in business has focused on the “formal” economic sector. Stefan Gröschl sought to expand this research by exploring sustainability activities in informal economies.

Heritage brands vs. brands with heritage
VIDEO

Heritage brands vs. brands with heritage

by Delphine Dion

What does heritage mean for brands?

How Smart Is Smart Beta Investing?
Podcasts

How Smart Is Smart Beta Investing?

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

Sofia Ramos, professor of finance at ESSEC Business School, sheds light on the topic of smart beta investing.

Using philosophy to rethink innovation: a podcast
Podcasts

Using philosophy to rethink innovation: a podcast

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

Xavier Pavie discusses what responsible innovation means and how we can use philosophy to rethink innovation.

Strategies and responses for business survival during a crisis
Podcasts

Strategies and responses for business survival during a crisis

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

Dr. Ashok Som discusses how businesses can survive (and even thrive) during the current crisis, with a focus on the luxury sector.

Discussing Diversity in business: a podcast
Podcasts

Discussing Diversity in business: a podcast

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

ESSEC Knowledge talks to Steven Seggie, professor of Marketing and academic director of the ESSEC EMBA program, about the current state of diversity in business.

TOP RESEARCH Go for gold: A podcast on planning the Olympics and Paralympics
Podcasts

Go for gold: A podcast on planning the Olympics and Paralympics

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

ESSEC Knowledge talks to Stefan Gröschl about what it takes to plan the Olympic and Paralympic games, and the managerial takeaways that all leaders can learn from this process.

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