Ever wonder why some concepts just seem to have no fixed meanings? Arthur Gautier, Assistant Professor at ESSEC Business School and Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, believes the […]
Yuejun Tang, Associate Professor at the School of Management, Fudan University and Justin Tan, Professor of Strategic Management/Policy at Schulich School of Business, set out to investigate why Chinese firms […]
Arthur Gautier, Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair and senior researcher, explores beyond the American model of giving to uncover the diversity of innovative philanthropy models in Africa, and […]
Part 1 of a feature article looks at new research by ESSEC Business School’s Arthur Gautier and Kevin André that focuses on how reward-based crowdfunding platforms are shaking-up the self-Interest […]
Anne-Claire Pache, Professor, Public and Private Policy Department at ESSEC Business School, Chaired Professor in Philanthropy and co-founder of the ESSEC Social Entrepreneurship Chair, shares her expertise on setting effective objectives and […]
Prof. Qinqin Zheng from the School of Management, Fudan University, and her fellow researchers Yadong Luo and Vladislav Maksimov from the University of Miami, share their research on a sample […]
Arthur Gautier, Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, explains how donors can take into account and improve the impact of their donations.
Professor and Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair Arthur Gautier looks into the increasing influence of philanthropy in France and poses the question whether it is understood by those holding the power of decision.
Christian Koenig and Tom Gamble cover the question of how a vision is created, how to roll it out and its impact on people, organisations and the wider environment.
n this second feature dedicated to vision and the common good, Council on Business & Society’s Christian Koenig and Tom Gamble approach how vision can create purpose – a key ingredient for inspiring people to achieve not only for themselves but also for the wider benefit of teams, business, and society.