Point of View

'Unpacking global standards of corporate social responsibility l' by HEC Paris Professors Van Waeyenberge et Restrepo-Amariles

Can standards and other regulatory devices established by corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices be likened to legal rules and standards? Yes, according to David Restrepo Amariles and Arnaud Van Waeyenberge, who have demonstrated that CSR increasingly operates as a genuine normative system and can even stand in for the law. This is an important development in a time when, as illustrated (...)

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On Thursday 19th January, Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of Law at HEC Paris will be at (...)

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Point of View15 December 2016

Understanding and Aiding Good Decision Making

This month’s newsletter invites HEC Paris’ faculty to share their research on normative, (...)

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Point of View14 December 2016

The Hunt for Better Decisions

What do the choice of a specific technology for the NASA shuttle, choosing a marketing policy, (...)

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Point of View22 November 2016

Analyzing Decisions is part of our Humanity

There is a species of sea urchins that begins its life as an animal but ends it as a plant. It (...)

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Since the 2008 financial crisis, understanding financial regulation has never been more important. (...)

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The idea of a law that is Scientific, Mathematical, Algorithmic, Risk and Technology (SMART) driven (...)

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September 29 2016 saw HEC Paris’ Society & Organizations Center  (SnO) and HEC (...)

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