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A unique, world-class journal truly dedicated to European management
In 40+ years, the European Management Journal has become one of the world’s (and certainly Europe’s) top management journals.
Managing Virtual Working as a Standard Everyday Practice: A Reflection and Recommendations for Practitioners on the Ground
Managing virtual teams comes with unique, and largely underexplored, challenges, such as dynamic membership and its impact on onboarding and leadership. Petros Chamakiotis explains how these challenge...
REINVENTING WORK CHAIR
Student experience from a Company Project with BNP Paribas
Two MBA students recall the valuable lessons they learned from the Company Consultancy Project
Meet the Alumni: Ümit Eroglu, Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership
Currently working as Head of Growth at VisioLab, Ümit agreed to an interview to shed some light on his experience at ESCP and how it helped him pursue a professional path that truly fulfils him
1973: the creation of EAP
There is a paradox underlying the resounding success of EAP’s European model: it started out as a French project.
Emotional intelligence for all: bridging the gap between Boomers, Millennials and GenZ at work
It takes a village to raise a child – and a global village to make a successful business. The lingua franca of this global village? Emotional intelligence, according to Véronique Tran.
Why some employees cope better with intensive work
Which ones enjoy their intense work days and which ones want to head for the door? The answer depends (partly) on individual motivation, as fresh research by Argyro Avgoustaki and her co-author explai...
Why investors can care about firms' regulated carbon emissions
A new study by Houdou Basse Mama and Rahel Mandaroux shows how stock markets respond to companies' efforts to limit their carbon emissions and suggests ways to further enlist investors in the fight ag...