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Macron legt „Agenda 2030“ für Frankreichs Industrie vor
As French President Emmanuel Macron just announced his 30 billion euro investment plan, economics professor at HEC Paris Eric Mengus warns for Handelsblatt that the country should not be investing in too many sectors at the same time and points out that long-term growth cannot be achieved with subsidies for innovation alone.
B-School Students Who Deferred In 2020 Settle In To A New Year & New Outlook
Poets & Quants addresses the fact, because of Covid-19, some MBA students decided -when they could- to defer and postpone the experience. Andrea Masini, associate dean of the MBA program at HEC Paris Business School, explains that the school "wanted the talented people who wanted to join our program to be able to join us when the time was right."
Poland’s defiance of EU law raises concern over a possible exit
As the Polish Constitutional tribunal is challenging the primacy of EU law, Alberto Alemanno, professor at HEC Paris Business, reminds CNBC that "the Polish Constitutional Court is not the first European court to question the principle of the primacy of EU law over national law. However, it is the first time that comes from an illegally composed Court and in those rebellious terms”.
Del discurso a la acción: la evolución de los jefes de Diversidad e inclusión
Speaking of the growing diversity and inclusion in companies, Matteo Winkler, professor at HEC Paris Business School, tells MBA & Educación Ejecutiva that "organizations have also evolved in the sense of approaching diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) not just as a compliance issue or a marketing strategy, but as core values that require the joint effort of senior leaders and the active participation of all employees through dedicated working groups."
US Business Schools Introduce Mandatory Vaccinations
As several business schools in the US have made full vaccination mandatory for students on campus, Find MBA wonders how the situation is in European schools. Andrea Masini, associate dean of MBA programs, explains that, through a vaccination center nearby providing free vaccines as well as a Covid test center on campus providing free PCR tests which are required to attend restaurants on campus, bars, indoor sports facilities and other social events, "students are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated so that they can enjoy the full MBA experience".