Prof. Kevyn Yong, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, shares research into how creativity differs across cultures and gives a creativity framework.
Prof. Edgard Barki, shares Part 2 of his social enterprise experience on the Brazilian testing ground and the way forward to improvement.
Prof. Edgard Barki, FGV-EAESP, explores the different models of social entrepreneurship in Brazil.
An editorial from the Council on Business & Society on something that puts flavour into our working lives: Serendipity.
Could a China-US trade war be avoided by being aware of your ethical perceptions? Prof. Qinqin Zheng, Fudan University, explores.
Real Estate and the Changing Society: Ideas for the city of tomorrow Ingrid Nappi-Choulet, Professor, Public and Private Policy Department, Chaired Professor of the Real Estate and Sustainable Development Chair at ESSEC […]
As Artificially Intelligent innovations progress by leaps and bounds, Prof. Nicolas Glady, ESSEC Business School, gives us three reasons to stop worrying and learn to love AI.
Given the current unrest surrounding failing healthcare systems in many developed economies and the major importance of the subject, we have decided to re-post one of the Council’s most consulted […]