Fourth Annual Research Day Ramps Up International Exchanges

5 June 2018

The May 24-25 edition of the Society & Organization Research Day brought together leading researchers from the HEC Paris’ S&O Center and high-profile external faculty members to share their latest studies in a wide array of social fields. “With this workshop, you provide a privileged window into what’s coming in the near future,” commented one of this year’s three keynote speakers, (...)

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World-class Financial Conference Hosts Strong HEC Representation

31 May 2018

A strong HEC Paris delegation joins the world’s top finance researchers and students in Barcelona on June 1 for a three-day conference on financial intermediation and related topics. Organized by the Financial Intermediation Research Society (FIRS), it will be presided by HEC Professor of Finance Denis Gromb. The annual forum aims to bridge the gaps in the flow of ideas across the continents as (...)

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A learning experience with business impact: Meet two Trium EMBA participants class of 2018

25 May 2018

TRIUM Global EMBA’s 61 participants are halfway through their six immersive courses in an experience which is taking them to three continents over 18 months. This unique collaboration between three world class business schools (HEC Paris, NYU Stern School of Business and LSE) is providing this latest cohort a unique educational experience geared to shape them around the needs of 21st century (...)

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#Law: Four Questions for David Restrepo

24 May 2018

The HEC Alumni Law & Business Club organized an April 27 seminar entitled “Legal Systems for the 21st Century”. The five-hour exchange sought to unravel some of the strengths and weaknesses of mechanisms regulating corporate behavior. Co-organizer David Restrepo Amariles, Professor of Law at HEC Paris, shares his thoughts on the challenges faced by our century’s legal systems. (...)

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HEC’s Fashion Revolution Counts on Accountability, Transparency and Fair Trade

23 May 2018

Six HEC students from the SASI (MSc Sustainability and Social Innovation) program marked the annual April 22-29 Fashion Revolution Week by organizing a high-powered on-campus debate entitled “The Future of Fashion”. The April 25 debate featured representatives both from top firms and up-and-coming companies. All focused on responses to the exploitation, opacity, environmental hazards (...)

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#Law: Four questions for Christopher Hodges

11 May 2018

The HEC Alumni Law & Business Club organized an April 27 seminar entitled « Legal Systems for the 21st Century » . The five-hour exchange sought to unravel some of the strengths and weaknesses of mechanisms regulating corporate behavior. Keynote speaker at the event was Christopher Hodges , Professor of Justice Systems at Wolfson College, Oxford University. He shares his thoughts on (...)

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Itzhak Gilboa Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

25 April 2018

HEC Paris Professor and AXA Chair for Decision Sciences Itzhak Gilboa has been elected an “International Honorary Member”  of the prestigious American Academy of Arts & Sciences. The specialist in decision theory thus marks his ten years in the business school as one of only 36 international scholars, business leaders, philanthropists and artists to be inducted in the Academy this (...)

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A Game of Trone at Station F’s Big Mamma Restaurant

20 April 2018

Toilet designers Trone are to inaugurate their first-ever customized toilets in the heart of the Station F startup campus in central Paris. Eight thematic spaces will nestle in one of Europe’s biggest restaurants, the soon-to-be-opened Felicita, instigated by the Big Mamma culinary empire. Trone flowered under HEC’s incubator program a year ago thanks to its four co-creators. According (...)

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Is the Financial Industry Evolving with the Technological Revolution?

19 April 2018

How is the financial sector responding to the technological leap witnessed over the past decades? In what way has the arrival of AI and Big Data, as well as psychology, affected the teaching of financial mechanisms and the profound mutations in companies hiring policies? These were just two of the questions debated by HEC Finance Professor Augustin Landier and AXA-IM Chorus Managing (...)

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#Finance: Four Questions for Augustin Landier

19 April 2018

Following the April 10 HEC Paris - ViaVoice debate on the finance industry and new technology, HEC Professor Augustin Landier shared his vision on the generation gap between younger and older managers; the multi-disciplinary nature of modern finance; and answering the global demand for more finance graduates. First, he addressed the question of anticipating tail risks.

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