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After the pandemic, innovation must become more inclusive and sustainable
Prof. Rand Gerges-Yammine and Master student Anisha Mohil aim to analyse some of the challenges the crisis has imposed on innovation but also, how we can learn and move forward from this point in time...
Has Covid helped HR management become sustainable?
While the pandemic did encourage a shift towards more responsible HRM, many businesses are yet to take advantage of this and rethink their current models and its long-term implications, says Prof. Gér...
European Management Journal on the rise
With an impact factor over five, the European Management Journal is now on par with, or above, other world-class management journals.
TURNING POINTS CHAIR
When Research can have a positive impact on business practices and society. Spotlight on the Cartier ESCP HEC Paris Turning Points Chair
Discover the best of The Choice in May 2021
Last week, a draft report from the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was leaked by the Agence France-Presse.
Despite digital acceleration brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, future technologies remain a low priority for European leaders
This is one of the main results of the Digital Engagement Report 2021, an in-depth analysis of all 27 European nations’ digital priorities published by ESCP’s European Center for Digital Competitivene...
Full Faculty Meeting closes a special year in beautiful fashion
The 2021 Full Faculty Meeting took place on 28 and 29 June, with professors working studiously before a few were rewarded for their outstanding efforts during this unusual academic year.
How big data can help understand, apprehend and control a pandemic
In this article based on Djalil S. Ghanem's best MsM thesis, he presents a multidisciplinary combined approach with Prof. Frédéric Jallat.