Micro entrepreneurs still face many barriers in accessing finance. Prof. Savita Shankar explores solutions to improve financial inclusion.
Dr. Ronald Rateiwa & Professor Meshach Aziakpono, Stellenbosch, focus on how NBFIs can help Africa reach the UN SDGs.
The launch of the book Responsible Finance and Accounting. An interview with Profs. Annelise Vendramini, FGV-EAESP, and Adrian Zicari, ESSEC.
How Much of Bank Credit is Sovereign Risk? With The Economist and others now forecasting a post-Covid sovereign debt crisis, Junye Li, Professor of Finance at ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific, demystifies the connection between bank credit risk and sovereign risk through his research and analysis of the previous crunch.
The world of accounting, CSR and sustainability and unlocking the powerful potential of an unsung hero – the accountant.
Student research at ESSEC Business School on gender in the finance industry
Professors Estefania Santacreu-Vasut and François Longin investigate the influence of gender stereotypes on investors’ financial decisions.
In times of change and crisis, a mark of stability becomes a basis for reassurance and trust. In this context, private equity has performed solidly throughout the past few years, though it suffers from a poor public image. The good news? Effective governance may be able to improve it.
ESSEC PhD Fellow Giovanni Pagliardi explains his research work with Finance Professor François Longin that questions the old Wall Street adage ‘it takes volume to move prices’. One of the […]
Peter Bogin, senior consultant at Spencer Stuart’s Global Energy Practice, focuses on potential senior-level applicants to the energy consulting sector. Founded in 1956 and privately owned, Spencer Stuart is one […]