VIII Medici Summer School in Management studies

June 6th - June 10th, 2016 at HEC Paris

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VIII Medici Summer School in Management studies

2nd edition of the SnO Research Day

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2nd edition of the SnO Research Day

Inclusive Business & Value Creation at HEC in 2016

Applications are open for the 2016 edition of this Executive Education program for Business and Social changemakers

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Inclusive Business & Value Creation at HEC in 2016


36 hours, it is as little as we need to transform a simple idea into a business vision. On May 21th & 22nd

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For researchers

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Invitation to a Workshop on Accounting, fact and value on May 19th 2016 at LSE organized by Dr Andrea Mennicken and Professor Michael Power with Professor Roger Friedland among the speakers.
Please find the program HERE


"In recent years, the concept of social business has emerged as a middle road between philanthropy and the pursuit of maximum profit.

Read the whole issue on "Social business: a different way of doing business and investing" HERE by Bénédicte Faivre-Tavignot Associate Professor at HEC Paris, co-founder of the HEC Chair “Social Business/Enterprise and Poverty”

Join us

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If you have an interest in societal issues and are willing to examine the role of business in society, join this intensive 2-week summer program.

There are business solutions to solve social problems. New models exist and are successful " says Professor Mohammed Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2006 and co-president of the HEC Paris Social Business Chair.

Call for papers

LBS - Conference on "Organizations with Purposes"

15 May 2016

The Conference will be held on September 16th and 17th, 2016 at the London Business School campus. (...)

Social and Economic Inequality (JMS)

15 April 2016

Social and economic inequality is a major societal concern for those in mature and emerging (...)

Student posts

The Silent Transformations, by François Jullien

T.Desdouits 14 February 2016

[AMO Publication] Western thought, as much as the Greek thought from which it stems, is (...)