Giuseppe Berlingieri, Prof. of Economics at ESSEC Business School and Economist at the OECD, crunches the numbers to tackle the question of whether UK consumers would be better off without […]
The Council on Business & Society knowledge partner, the OECD, publishes its Better Life Initiative 2017 edition of ‘How’s Life?’ Summary published by the OECD. HOW’S LIFE? 2017. Measuring Well-being. ISBN 978-92-64-283909 © OECD […]
Richard McFarland, Professor at ESSEC Business School and winner of the 2016 Stern Award, puts the research spotlight on emotional intelligence and its impact on reducing stress-related issues in the sales force.
French youth and awareness of entrepreneurship
A two-part interview with Anglo-French entrepreneur Emile Elie, Marketing Director and Co-founder at Business Class, a training firm located in the Paris area
Contributors: Dr. Hideyuki Ban, Hitachi Corporation; Ms. Betsabeh Madani, Corporate Business Strategist, Cerner Corporation; Prof Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College; Profr Scott Wallace, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College To improve […]
Companies and organisations having a dynamic policy of diversity within the workforce observe increases in creativity, innovation and performance.
For all those interested in business playing a positive part in society CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility – is on the one hand defined as a company’s responsibility towards the […]
The burden of healthcare spending shows an increasing trend and governments need to address health sector productivity, a focus on prevention, and the appropriate balance of public and private sector […]
Government policies definitely affect corporate governance, for policies and their enforcement shape the environment for corporations. What are the benefits and shortcomings of policy frameworks? And what role can the […]