HEC in the Press

Alexandre Mars: 'States don’t have the money to do good. Business does.'

theguardian.com, 29 November 2016

Reputed as the French Bill Gates, tech entrepreneur and HEC alumnus Alexander Mars talks about Epic Foundation, the charity he founded in 2014.

Can an entrepreneurial spirit be taught or is it innate?

changeboard.com, 29 November 2016

Professors from various top business schools including Etienne Krieger from HEC Paris share their thoughts on whether or not they believe entrepreneurship to be a born trait, or whether or not it can be acquired over time.

Does France really need some Thatcherism à la Fillon?

thelocal.fr, 28 November 2016

Presidential favourite François Fillon’s plans for France are strikingly similar to those of Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s, but is that what France needs in 2017?

French business schools take a global view

ft.com, 28 November 2016

Higher education institutions in France are seeking new ways to attract more international talent as a means for globalization.

The 21 global universities that produce the most employable graduates

independent.co.uk, 24 November 2016

The results and assigned rankings from this year's annual 'Global University Employability Survey' are out, with HEC Paris featuring in the top 21 in the world.

HEC Paris appoints new dean and CEO in Qatar

tradearabia.com, 23 November 2016

Dr Nils Plambeck has been appointed as the new dean and chief executive officer at HEC Paris in Qatar.

The Electoral College magnifies the power of white voters

vox.com, 22 November 2016

The electorate vs the effective electorate - an insight into the real voting power of US citizens in accordance with the electoral college system.

Why U.S. Tech Giants Might Not Dominate The World After All

forbes.com, 16 November 2016

HEC Paris professor Jeremy Ghez discusses the real powers of oligopolies.

Why it pays to sell corporate assets to private equity buyers

ivyexec.com, 4 November 2016

Private equity firms have a reputation for hard-nosed business tactics, buying and reselling companies for profit, says new empirical study from HEC Paris Professor Stefano Lovo

"We still want to come to London" say business students

efinancialnews.com, 28 October 2016

London’s pull as a recruitment hub won’t change as a result of the UK’s Brexit vote — so says a director at one of Europe’s top business schools. Raphaelle Gauthier, executive director of partnerships and careers at HEC Paris, said students in the school’s masters and MBA programmes “continue to see London as an excellent destination for their next career step”.