Laurent Bibard, Dr-Prof. of Philosophy and Management at ESSEC Business School, author and spokesman on complexity, draws upon the work of the philosopher Kojève to understand the rise of populism in Europe and the bigger picture.
Keerit Singh, student at Warwick Business School, finalist of the CoBS 2019 CSR article competition, delves into the age-old conflict of gender equality and its significance in the present day in paving the path towards a prosperous future.
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 EU trade agreements.
Dr. Norah Campbell, associate professor of Marketing at Trinity Business School, says that producers of ultra-processed food are making small changes, but what is needed is a revolution.
Nicolas Desarnauts, Global BBA student at ESSEC Business School and finalist of the CoBS 2019 CSR article competition, tackles the challenge posed by anti-immigration sentiments head-on, and categorically defends the need for migration in his insightful piece.
Paul Coughlan Professor in Operations Management at Trinity Business School, and Ana de Almeida Kumlien, Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin, map out a potential framework to navigate through ‘wicked’ problems.
Xiaoxiang Chen, undergraduate student at School of Management Fudan University, Fudan winner of the CoBS student article competition 2019, critically analyses the issue of migration from a China perspective.
Hugh Wilson and Emma Macdonald, Professors of Marketing at Warwick Business School, dig deep into the survey data to explore voter shift and the argument for a second referendum on […]
Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Prof. of Economics at ESSEC Business School and THEMA, uses her research to shed light on claims that microfinancing over-emphasises support to women. By Estefania Santacreu-Vasut from […]
By Christopher Kapáz and Letícia Figueiredo, with kind acknowledgements to GVces center for Sustainability at FGV-EAESP and P22_0n magazine ‘The transparency society is a society of mistrust (Misstrauen) and suspicion […]