ARTICLES WITH TAG: European Union

EU Sustainable Growth Regulations: the Challenges of Transparency, Comparability, and Leadership
Sustainability

EU Sustainable Growth Regulations: the Challenges of Transparency, Comparability, and Leadership

by Geneviève Helleringer

Low-carbon transition has recently featured prominently in European Union (EU) policy

Organized Crime Infiltrations in Legal Markets: What Implications for Entrepreneurship?
Economy & Finance

Organized Crime Infiltrations in Legal Markets: What Implications for Entrepreneurship?

by Elisa Operti

Organized crime plays a prominent role in a variety of illicit markets, but what role does it play in legal markets?

Make the Most of Your Time (and Money): Are Conferences Worth It?
Strategy

Make the Most of Your Time (and Money): Are Conferences Worth It?

by Sen Chai

In a world of ever-expanding knowledge where research has become increasingly complex, professor of management Sen Chai looks at two possible alternatives to permanent proximity

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).

The Consumer Benefits Of Trade Agreements
Economy & Finance

The Consumer Benefits Of Trade Agreements

by Giuseppe BERLINGIERI

It all happened on a Thursday, back in June 2016. The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union after a historic referendum