HEC in the Press

Career profile: from engineer to trader to entrepreneur

ft.com, 18 June 2018

Karen Farzam, HEC alumna, discusses how her MSc in international finance from HEC Paris helped her start her own business.


How to fix business schools’ fintech problem

ft.com, 12 June 2018

Co-Pierre Georg, visiting professor at HEC Paris, discusses the issues around fintech courses at business schools.


Why Your MBA Needs to Incorporate Problem-Solving Skills

topmba.com, 12 June 2018

Bernard Garrette, Professor of Strategy and Business Policy at HEC Paris, discusses the importance of developing problem-solving skills in an MBA.


From Private Equity Pro To ‘Robot Of The Year’

poetsandquantsforexecs.com, 8 June 2018

Philippe Nacson, MBA Alumnus from HEC Paris, discusses the role the TRIUM Global Executive played in the creation of The Robot of The Year Challenge.


EU WARNING: Merkel told to spend MORE in eurozone or risk seeing members QUIT

express.co.uk, 7 June 2018

Jeremy Ghez, affiliate professor of economics and international affairs at HEC Paris, explains that it is in Germany’s interest to offer financial aid to certain other European countries.


Time for Berlin to loosen the purse strings for Europe

politico.eu, 6 June 2018

Jeremy Ghez, affiliate professor of economics and international affairs at HEC Paris, discusses the advantages of fiscal transfers for Germany.


Who is Elon Musk?

bbc.co.uk, 1 June 2018

Thomas Asterbro, professor of entrepreneurship at HEC Paris, says Elon Musk's pioneership may not be such an advantage business-wise.


Meet the HEC Alumna Changing the Corporate World Through Yoga

topmba.com, 1 June 2018

Anne-Charlotte Vuccino, HEC alumna, discusses what brought her to found Yogist, the first corporate yoga startup.


How will power swap in Italy and Spain change EU balance?

euobserver.com, 1 June 2018

Alberto Alemanno, professor of EU law at HEC Paris, discusses the uncertainties over the Italian government.


Has the Italian establishment gone too far in its bid to stop the populists from taking Rome?

pri.org, 30 May 2018

Alberto Alemanno, professor of EU law at HEC Paris, discusses President Mattarella’s decision to veto Paolo Savona as finance minister.



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