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TOP RESEARCH ESSEC Knowledge Review: Building a better world Together
Leadership

ESSEC Knowledge Review: Building a better world Together

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

In this special issue, discover the insights of ESSEC professors on how we can use the challenges our world is facing to build a better world.

Women on boards: State of affairs in France and Europe
Leadership

Women on boards: State of affairs in France and Europe

by Viviane De Beaufort

Viviane de Beaufort analyzes the current state of gender equality on corporate boards in France.

TOP RESEARCH Taking the lead in making a difference: the role of business schools
Leadership

Taking the lead in making a difference: the role of business schools

by Stefan Gröschl

How can business schools contribute to making a difference in society?

TOP RESEARCH About Time: How Time Differences Impact Global Teams
Leadership

About Time: How Time Differences Impact Global Teams

by Sen Chai

How do time differences impact international teams?

TOP RESEARCH To do or not to do: How to set more ambitious goals
Leadership

To do or not to do: How to set more ambitious goals

by Sonja Prokopec

Across a variety of contexts, individuals are more ambitious when their focal decision is inconsistent with goal achievement.

TOP RESEARCH Marketing and artificial intelligence: pitfalls and possibilities
Leadership

Marketing and artificial intelligence: pitfalls and possibilities

by Arnaud De Bruyn

How can marketing decision-makers understand artificial intelligence to best optimize how they use it?

The American elections and their geopolitical impact on Asia
Leadership

The American elections and their geopolitical impact on Asia

by Cedomir Nestorovic

Cédomir Nestorovic discusses the geopolitical impact of the American elections in Asia.

TOP RESEARCH Who lies more: business students or medical students?
Leadership

Who lies more: business students or medical students?

by Radu Vranceanu

Who lies more: business students or medical students? It depends on the type of lie. Radu Vranceanu of ESSEC Business School and Damien Besancenot of University of Paris 5 explore the question in their recent research.

TOP RESEARCH ESSEC Knowledge Review: Insights into the COVID-19 Crisis
Leadership

ESSEC Knowledge Review: Insights into the COVID-19 Crisis

by ESSEC Knowledge Editor-in-chief

ESSEC professors share their insights and expert analyses on the COVID-19 crisis.

TOP RESEARCH Defining philanthropy in France: how has its meaning evolved over time?
Leadership

Defining philanthropy in France: how has its meaning evolved over time?

by Arthur Gautier

The meaning of philanthropy has evolved over the centuries. In what sense is it still a contested concept?

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