Prof. Adrian Zicari steps back from the heat of the summer months to take a measured and hopeful look through Global Voice magazine #27.
Aymeric Thiollet, ESSEC Business School, explores a win-win scenario for AI, universities, its student users, and instructors.
Prof. Anita Bosch, Stellenbosch Business School, and Lize Booysen, Antioch University, analyse how companies combat women’s inequality.
Quynh Nguyen, IE Business School, explores the spiral of inflation that has swept the world and its effect on supply and demand.
Prof. Mototaka Sakashita, Keio Business School, and his fellow researchers explore what makes us buy green and sustainable clothing.
Prof. Antonio De Vito, IE Business School & Alma Mater University of Bologna states the case for the Global Minimum Tax
Prof. Eduardo Diniz, FGV-EAESP, on his research into solidarity finance in Brazil and one of the country’s solidarity fintech flag-bearers.
Eva Fitzpatrick, Trinity Business School, explores the reaction to ChatGPT in an attempt to debunk its contentious academic reputation
Prof. Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School, and his fellow researchers explore the benefits of measuring social and emotion value in firms.
Prof. Pierre Chaigneau, Smith School of Business, explores how linking executives’ pay to ESG doesn’t really pay off.