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Marketing strategies: Emergent ways of capturing and benefiting from consumer data
Lorena Blasco-Arcas, Minas N. Kastanakis and Hsin-Hsuan Meg Lee offer an integrative analytical framework to further explore the importance, role and usage of consumer data in marketing theory and pra...
For Epistemic Respect – Against Reviewer 2
Gorgi Krlev and Andre Spicer draw on a recent encounter with the well-known academic folk-devil, reviewer 2, and explain what epistemic respect means, what needs to change in academia to uphold it, an...
How bosses can ensure ‘meaningfulness’ at a company
In a time of skills shortages, employers need to retain their staff. One concept in particular is becoming increasingly important: ‘meaningfulness’. Kerstin Alfes gives some tips on how employers can ...
A book about innovation with an edge
In this book published as part of The Economist’s Edge series, ESCP Prof. Alessandro Lanteri and his co-author show how each of us can make the most of ideas and create innovations that deliver custom...
How company-level power dynamics shape the adoption of global CSR practices
Professor Aurélien Acquier, along with co-authors Pilar Acosta and Jean-Pascal Gond, analysed the dynamics taking place within a Colombian sugar company during the implementation of a client's global ...
Innovation, Women Entrepreneurship and Emerging Markets with Alisa Sydow
In this episode of The Sustainability Journey podcast series, Alisa Sydow discusses innovation, the role of technology and her experience fostering entrepreneurship in Kenya with the company she co-fo...
Ghislain Deslandes devotes a book to Jules Lequier
In his latest book, Ghislain Deslandes reveals the work of a philosopher mostly unknown in Anglophone countries, but who has greatly influenced French philosophy.
Alberta Di Giuli appointed to the ECGI network
The Professor of finance was selected to become a research member of the European Corporate Governance Institute - one of only 15 in France.