HEC in the Press

HEC Paris Names A New Dean

Poets and Quants, 26 December 2015

Andrea Masini has taken over as Dean of the HEC Paris MBA, following over from Bernard Garrette.

Academic view: Groupthink

Financial Express, 21 December 2015

Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris professor and director of the Society and Organizations Research Centre, discusses democracy in the wake of the devastating November attacks.

French higher education ‘isn’t where it should be’, says business school dean

Times Higher Education, 20 December 2015

HEC Paris Associate Dean for master’s programs, Eloïc Peyrache, talks about the state of French education on the world scale. 

Academic view: Managers must take responsibility for building a more cohesive society

The Economist, 15 December 2015

Rodolphe Durand, HEC Paris Professor and Director of the Society and Organizations Research Centre, discusses the role businesses and entreprises can play in today's world as we strive for a more unified society in the face of global terror.

Study Shows Paris Is Still the Best City in the World for Students

Vice, 2 December 2015

With leading global institutions such as HEC Paris and world-famous culture, the French capital has been named as the planet’s most student-friendly city for the fourth year in a row.

Lessons in Luxury

New York Times, 1 December 2015

Research by HEC Paris Emeritus professor and leading European authority on brands, Jean-Noël Kapferer, helps get to the bottom of the high-end product problem: when is luxury no longer luxury?

The Morning Leverage: Madison Dearborn’s $3 Billion First Closing

Wall Street Journal Blogs, 30 November 2015

HEC Paris professor Oliver Gottschalg’s rankings have this year named Vista Equity Partners as the number one business in the world for private equity performance.

Teaching the impact of climate change to the leaders of tomorrow

Financial Times, 29 November 2015

With COP21 underway in the French capital, HEC Paris has long put sustainability and the environment at the heart of much of what is does. As Professor Masini highlights: "Climate change is in the DNA of this school”.

Francois-Henri Pinault: The Business of Luxury

The Wall Street Journal, 27 November 2015

Having graduated from HEC Paris in 1985, François-Neri Pinault has gone on to enjoy huge success in the world of luxury goods and has been the CEO of Kering since 2005.

Big is beautiful for merging universities

BBC.com, 25 November 2015

Leading universities around the world showing an increasing tendency to merge with others. Paris-Saclay – the leading group of which HEC Paris is a founding and integral member – is one example of an exciting cluster at the forefront of European higher education.