The current COVID-19 driven global healthcare crisis, the eventual impact of which is not yet within sight, calls for collective sense making. Beyond the immediate solutions for now, we also have to assess what the aftermath of this crisis might look like. An article by Profs. Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School, Concepción Galdón, IE Business School, Mario Aquino Alves, FGV-EAESP, Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School.
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ESSEC PhD Fellow Giovanni Pagliardi explains his research work with Finance Professor François Longin that questions the old Wall Street adage ‘it takes volume to move prices’. One of the […]
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By Charles Cho, Professor of Social and Environmental Accounting, ESSEC Business School. By kind permission of ESSEC Knowledge Today, talk of “sustainability” is everywhere, from the corporate boardroom to the global […]