HEC in the Press

The Importance of Being Ernest: How Your First Name Can Shape Your Face

Forbes.com, 8 June 2017

HEC Paris’ international study by HEC Professor of Marketing and member of the CNRS-GREGHEC research group, Anne-Laure Sellier, published in April’s Journal of Personality and Social Psychology suggests that the stereotype that society places on people’s names could actually shape the our facial features. 


Why doctors are joining MBA programs

Mbacrystalball.com, 31 May 2017

HEC Paris MBA student, Pooja Gunjikar is one of the former dentists who are joining MBA programs. Among her and others, the main reason behind choosing this initiative is that it is centered around how an MBA gives knowledge on management which is essential to healthcare. 


The Online Revolution in Business Education - And How to Thrive With It

Forbes.com, 29 May 2017

Dean of HEC Paris, Peter Todd, talks about the unprecedented growth of online technology and how it has transformed the way we work, communicate, connect and entertain ourselves. He also focuses on the effects of digital technology on education.


HEC Tops Economist Debut MIM Ranking

PoetsAndQuants.com, 23 May 2017

HEC Paris has taken the top position in The Economist’s debut ranking of the one year masters in management programs. 


Masters in Management: On the rise

Economist.com, 23 May 2017

HEC Paris MiM's program was ranked number 1 by the Economist in the publication's first Master in Management rankings. HEC Paris graduates can expect an average starting salary of around $60,000 in the corporate world. 


HEC Paris Strengthens Bond with Alumni and Expands Global Network

Zawya.com, 21 May 2017

HEC Paris is increasing its influence by initiating networking events in Qatar to encourage the growth of the alumni network members in the GCC region. These efforts will give more than 52,000 members across 132 countries the opportunity to contact and communicate with fellow graduates in major cities.


Tracking America's Cannabis Industry Through Big Data

forbes.com, 17 May 2017

HEC Paris professor, Daniel Martinez and HEC Editorial Coordinator, Daniel Brown join forces with two professors from London School of Economics and Copenhagen Business School to look into the marijuana. They discuss the history and the current laws on the use of the drug. 


Students on the cities beyond the business school gates

ft.com, 15 May 2017

HEC Paris student Peter Collins and 3 other students from top universities speak about the pros and cons of their university towns. 


Followers of fashion struggle to break into luxury

ft.com, 15 May 2017

HEC Paris is among the institutions in the FT rankings of top business schools offering teaching and support for those who want to have a career in fashion. The article also focuses on the challenges faced by students on getting into the fashion world after they complete these programs. 


Why France's Presidential Elections Will Go Down To the Wire

forbes.com, 4 May 2017

Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law and Regulation at HEC Paris, writes about the live TV presidential debate between Emanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. He also focuses on the differences between the two contesting parties.