HEC in the Press

Factors Favouring Bitcoin Price Rise in Coming Days

Cointelegraph.com , 15 July 2016

According to what Economics professor Guillaume Vuillemey from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Paris (HEC Paris) told Radio Sputnik France, there are several issues facing banks in Italy and other areas of the Eurozone. Apart from funding, he said the second question to be asked is: Who is supposed to give it to them?

How to prevent Barroso from becoming yet another lobbyist

EurActiv.com, 13 July 2016

Contrary to the salvific rhetoric embraced by the Juncker Commission there are legal obligations preventing José Manuel Barroso from taking up his job as non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs, write HEC Paris Professor Alberto Alemanno and Benjamin Bodson, research assistant at HEC Paris 

Don't Wait For A Harvard MBA If You Want To Explore Your Career Options

Forbes, 8 July 2016

With close to 10,000 applicants for 380 places on the program, the HEC Paris MiM attracts more applicants every year to its graduate program than Harvard, and is even more selective than Stanford GSB.

Masters in Finance 2016 ranking: Judge and HEC top FT tables

Financial Times, 20 June 2016

HEC Paris takes the crown for the best pre-experience Masters in Finance program in the world.

Andrea Masini de HEC: las empresas están ansiosas por contratar profesionales de Latinoamérica

America Economia, 20 June 2016

Andrea Masini, Dean of the HEC Paris MBA, discusses the recent America Economia MBA rankings, which placed HEC Paris in the top 5 worldwide for Latin American students. (Interview in Spanish)

Why millennials embrace digital advisories

The Globe and Mail, 18 June 2016

"The main services offered by automated advisers are basic asset allocation, rebalancing and tax-loss harvesting", says Hugues Langlois, professor of finance at HEC Paris.

Costly Compromises Stir Fury With the European Union

The New York Times, 17 June 2016

With controversial compromises on the agenda, Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law at HEC Paris, underlines that: “European institutions have so little good will to spare, so bulking up the court is shortsighted in the extreme.” 

A flexible way to pay for a ticket to ride in Cambodia

Financial Times, 5 June 2016

With an MBA from HEC Paris under his belt, Shivan Tripathi set about pioneering cashless payments in Cambodia.

Women must unite to maximise success in start-ups

Financial Times, 5 June 2016

How can more women be encouraged to become entrepreneurs? "Business schools should recruit more risk-takers", says HEC Paris MBA alumna Bhavna Suresh, co-founder of StyleBank.

5 Industry-Specific MBA Specializations

Top MBA, 1 June 2016

With the MBA becoming more and more specialized around the world, HEC Paris is leading the way in luxury management through its partnerships with LVMH, Porsche, and more.