Prof. Sheila M. Cannon shares an innovation in education at Trinity Business School: Fair Supply Chains and Business Education.
In a powerful opinion piece, Hari Tsoukas, Professor of Organisation Behaviour at Warwick Business School and the University of Cyprus, speaks up for ethics and responsibility The times they are […]
Although not a full-scale trade war, it might be a phoney trade war period that the US and China have entered into. This is where Prof. Qinqin Zheng’s research on […]
TRAVIS KALANICK, ENTREPRENEURS – AND ICARUS
Business and the benefit for the wider perspective starts with the customer and their aspirations.
SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM IN FRANCE: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
In times of change and crisis, a mark of stability becomes a basis for reassurance and trust. In this context, private equity has performed solidly throughout the past few years, though it suffers from a poor public image. The good news? Effective governance may be able to improve it.
Geoffroy Roux de Bézieux, CEO, OMEA Telecom/Virgin Mobile, founder of ISAI internet entrepreneur investment fund, and ESSEC alumnus, takes a look at entrepreneurship and the impact of governance and stakeholders […]
At the same time as governments in Europe and around the world are imposing austerity measures and reducing social benefits, CEO compensation has risen dramatically. And the golden parachutes awarded […]
By Prof. Xavier Pavie, Professor at ESSEC Business School, Director of ISIS (Institute for Strategic Innovation & Services) and research associate at the IREPH (Research Institute in Philosophy) – Université Paris […]