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 […]
Professors Tina Saebi, Norwegian School of Economics, Nicolai Foss of the Copenhagen Business School and Stefan Linder of ESSEC Business School take us on a quest to find the missing pieces that will aid and redirect the course of research on social enterprise.
Base-of-the-Pyramid DNA takes a look at how large companies can create purposeful win-wins with local stakeholders and tough environments.
Prof. Concepción Galdón calls for corporate Leaders to rise to the challenge for the good of society and business in the light of the pandemic.
The Present and Future of Business: The rise of a “new normal”
Dr.Sachiko Yamao, Professor at Keio Business School, and Prof.Tomoki Sekiguchi of Kyoto University explore the extent to which a strong grasp of English can influence employee commitment towards embracing the […]
Professor Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, shares her research insights into whether international courts can keep governments – and national interests – out of business disputes First published on Professor Srividya […]
The latest issue of the Council’s acclaimed Global Voice eMagazine covers April to June 2018 and features two sections: Business and Society and Management and Leadership.
Could a China-US trade war be avoided by being aware of your ethical perceptions? Prof. Qinqin Zheng of School of Management Fudan University, together with fellow researchers Paul Gift, Graziadio […]
Fabrice Cavarretta, ESSEC Business School, provides a striking metaphor to argue against the survival of the economic fittest and for the diversity of the business species.