Dear Readers, As each year, autumn marks the beginning of the academic term in the Northern Hemisphere. Students, professors and staff are back in campus. Courses start again. The active […]
Radu Vranceanu, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, looks at the track record of the euro and the European Central Bank as a counterweight to the rise in […]
Ananya Tiwari, undergraduate student at Warwick Business School and a passionate proponent of women’s rights, explores the different ways to establish gender equality in the world. A Spanish uprising from […]
Sheila M. Cannon, Trinity Business School, puts the spotlight on climate activist Greta Thunberg: System change for climate action.
Seamus Duferrena, ESSEC Business School, highlights the topic of immigration and the lenses through which we see them.
Kim Hoque, Professor of Human Resource Management at Warwick Business School, explores the issue of the labour shortages Brexit may well provoke and advocates that it is time to turn the potential of the UK’s disabled population into a reality.
Prof. and Deputy-Dean at FGV-EAESP Tales Andreassi looks into the historical roots of the sustainable development movement and its future By Tom Gamble. Related research: INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY: NEW MODELS […]
ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific teams up with the Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) to put the young stars of tomorrow in the innovation limelight – with a cause.
Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School takes a sharp look at the Amazon takeover of Whole Foods and how two apparently conflicting corporate visions are dealing with the clash.