Prof. Sheila M. Cannon shares an innovation in education at Trinity Business School: Fair Supply Chains and Business Education.
The 9th EcoAct benchmark assessing de-carbonization of FTSE 100 companies is scathing: 85% of these large companies do not have a strategy to meet their climate challenges. Farid Baddache, CEO of the […]
Studies show that up to 70% of startups close shop after three years. So what factors lead to startup survival? Research from Prof. and Deputy Dean Tales Andreassi of FGV-EAESP opens up the insides of incubators to reveal several key factors that determine whether a startup succeeds or fails.
Accountancy and Beancounters in Popular Culture: The story behind the art
Maria-Eugenia Marin, General Director for International Relations, IE University, looks at COVID, the challenges to higher education and the future of student mobility.
Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School explores the crucial role corporate boards have in reducing and eventually preventing corporate social irresponsibility.
Prof. Anne-Claire Pache and Exec. Dir. Chantal Dardelet on the ESSEC Together initiative: towards a business school for the common good.
Prof. Aziza Laguecir: Even with institutions underlining the importance of social accountability in an organisation, the principal concern of employees is to hit financial targets.
Profs. Adriano Massuda and Ana Maria Malik of FGV-EAESP on Brazil’s journey on achieving nearly universal access to health, and the road ahead.
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