ESSEC Business School Profs. Anne Jeny & E. Santacreu-Vasut explore the Big 4 auditing firms and the rarity of women at the top.
Aarti Ramaswami, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, draws on Parts 1 and 2 of her research article into the why downsizing is viewed as justified or unethical.
Social innovation & the social entrepreneur are increasingly being referred to as one of the bricks of a new, fairer and more bottom-up capitalism.
Professor Hamid Bouchikhi spoke with ESSEC Knowledge LIVE to discuss COP 23 and the critical role entrepreneurs must play in a more sustainable future. According to professor Hamid Bouchikhi, many large corporations […]
Professor Aarti Ramaswami, Deputy Dean ESSEC Asia-Pacific, shares Part 2 of her research on downsizing, this time focusing on strategies across countries and cultures. By Tom Gamble and Aarti Ramaswami. Related […]
Prof. Aarti Ramaswami, Deputy Dean ESSEC Asia-Pacific, digs deep into the sensitive issue of downsizing to reveal the factors across countries that make it either indigestible for stakeholders – or […]
Peter Solmssen, former Siemens AG, talks about the Siemens’ experience of having to manage a corporate ethics and compliance crisis.
Whether irresponsible or already responsible, this quarter’s issue of the Council’s free Global Voice eMagazine will prove a most knowledgeable way of positively transforming yourself, business, and society. This quarter’s […]
ESSEC Prof. Bernard Leca’s explores the question: “Is Corporate Social Responsibility a new spirit of capitalism?”
Why has Corporate Social Responsibility so-far failed to usher in a new, more sustainable paradigm? Prof. Bernard Leca, ESSEC Business School, investigates.