Arthur Gautier, Éléonore Delanoë, ESSEC, and Charles Sellen, IUPUI, explore the surge in philanthropy for an urgent cause – climate change.
Corporate giving has been on the rise over the past decade, playing a critical part in addressing various global inequities and injustices. But are corporate foundations’ philanthropic actions unwittingly getting some global challenges out of the frying pan into the fire?
Prof. Arthur Gautier and Eléonore Delanoë, ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, with Charles Sellen, UQAM, explore how philanthropy can effectively support the green transition.
Ever wonder why some concepts just seem to have no fixed meanings? Arthur Gautier, Assistant Professor at ESSEC Business School and Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, believes the fault lies in our ways of understanding these concepts.
Prof. Yuejun Tang, School of Management Fudan investigates why Chinese firms are reluctant to take part in philanthropy.
Giving: Prof. Arthur Gautier, ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, uncovers the diversity of innovative philanthropy models in Africa, and Asia.
Anne-Claire Pache, Professor at ESSEC Business School, Chaired Professor in Philanthropy and co-founder of the ESSEC Social Entrepreneurship Chair, shares her expertise on setting effective objectives and strategy for your […]
While companies aren’t required to give, an ever-increasing number of them do. Even the global financial crisis failed to put a dent in the remarkable momentum currently enjoyed by corporate […]