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Second Edition of the S&O Inclusive Economy Day

02 May
2024
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2024-05-02T09:00:00 2024-05-02T22:00:00 Second Edition of the S&O Inclusive Economy Day The Inclusive Economy Center at the S&O Institute of HEC Paris is very pleased to invite you to the second edition of the Inclusive Economy Day on May 2, 2024 in FIAP - Jean Monnet, 30 Rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris.

The Inclusive Economy Center at the S&O Institute of HEC Paris is very pleased to invite you to the second edition of the Inclusive Economy Day on May 2, 2024 in FIAP - Jean Monnet, 30 Rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris.

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Management scholars and practitioners are invited to join us for a series of discussions exploring the latest research at the intersection of management, social issues, inequalities and impact.

Academics will present original research on refugees and migration, inclusive health, and social ties, enriched by diverse practitioners’ perspectives.

We will also break out in small group discussions to explore how experimental research could help organizations address concrete social challenges. 

We look forward to this inspiring and exciting day!

 

AGENDA

9.00: Welcome Address: Eloïc Peyrache, Dean of HEC Paris and Bénédicte Faivre-Tavignot, Co-Founder of the S&O Institute and Executive Director of the Inclusive Economy Center at HEC Paris
 

Refugees and Global Migration

9.15 – 10.50: Research session with:

Anselm Hager, Humboldt University
Research paper: The Impact of Forced Migration on In-Group and Out-Group Social Capital

SM Musa, Rotterdam School of Management
Research paper: Institutional totalization: securitization, resource mobilization, and resistance in a refugee camp

Sandra Portocarrero, Columbia Business School
Research paper: Entrepreneurial Activity as a Way to Override a Stigmatized Immigrant Status

with the practitioner's perspective of Raphaëlle Thirion, Humando Senior Program Manager, The Adecco Group

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10:50 - 11:10: coffee break  

 

Access to Health

11:10 – 12:35: Research session with:

Carlos Inoue, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Research paper: The malleability of expertise: the influence of peers’work styles on expert behaviour

Leandro Pongeluppe, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Research paper: Privacy at What Cost? Saving the Lives of HIV Patients With Electronic Medical Records

with the practitioner's perspective of Jaafar Heikel, Associate professor, Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences

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12.45 – 14.00: Lunch

14.00 – 14.30: News from the Impact Company Lab with Maureen Sigliano, Executive Director of the Lab, HEC Paris, and Gilles Vermot-Desroches, Chief Corporate Citizenship Officer at Schneider Electric


Action-research 

14.45 – 15.00: Introduction on the power of experimentation with corporation and their ecosystem partners with Marieke Huysentruyt, Associate Professor in Strategy and Business Policy and Academic Director of the Inclusive Economy Center at HEC Paris

15.00 – 16.30: Brainstorming in small groups on how action-research could help organizations better address practical challenges 
 

Breakout groups on:

Leveraging large-scale health data for business impact
A panel moderated by Grégoire Lurton, Data science lead, BlueSquare and Jaafar Heikel, Associate professor, Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences

Investing in refugees
A panel moderated by Raphaëlle Thirion, Humando Senior Program Manager, The Adecco Group and Guillaume Capelle, Partner, Impact Partners

Attracting youth to vocational jobs facing labor shortage
A panel moderated by Gilles Vermot-Desroches, Chief corporate Citizenship Officer, Schneider Electric, and Arnaud Britsch, Director, Institut Européen de Coopération et de Développement (IECD)

Fighting against loneliness
A panel moderated by Jacques Berger, Director, Action tank Social & Business, Pauline Lebas, Director of the Innovation, Croix Rouge française and Marie-Flore Leclercq, Director of Réseau Entourage

 

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16h25 - 16h45: coffee break 

 

Social Connectivity

16.45 – 18.20: Research session with:

Yann Algan, HEC Paris
Research paper: Polarization in post-industrial societies of solitude

Naja Pape, INSEAD
Research paper: One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Experimental Evidence on What Motivates Women to Sign Up for Entrepreneurial Training

Dan Wang, Columbia Business School
Research paper: The Impact of High-Skilled Immigration on Regional Entrepreneurship

with the practitioner's perspective of Kevin André, Founder of KAWAA 

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18.30 – 20.00: Cocktail and networking

 

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About the venue: the Inclusive Economy Day will take place at the Foyer International d'Accueil de Paris - Jean Monnet (FIAP), 30 Rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris.

FIAP YESTERDAY

FIAP TODAY

1950
In 1950, a group of leading figures - including Paul Delouvrier, Michel Debré and René Seydoux - got together around Philippe Viannay, founder of the resistance movement "Défense de la France» and came up with the idea of creating international education and exchange centers.


1962
The FIAP association was set up in 1962 by Paul Delouvrier. Its aim was to help build a Europe open to the world, combat racism and promote cultural exchanges between young people from all over the world. The center opened its doors in central Paris in 1968.


1971
FIAP is approved by the Secretary of State for Youth and Sport.


1988
In 1988, Paul Delouvrier handed over the presidency of the Association to Patrice Chevallier. The association takes the name FIAP - Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of Europe.


1991
FIAP embarks on a huge renovation project. FIAP strengthens its autonomy with the development of a "seminar" offer to complement its traditional accommodation activity.


2018
FIAP celebrates its 50th anniversary.

OBJECTIVES
FIAP Paris is an international accommodation and seminar center located in the heart of Paris in the 14th arrondissement. Its objective, as it was conceived and designed at the end of the Second World War, is to encourage encounters and exchanges between young people and to combat all forms of discrimination.

CONCEPT
FIAP Paris has two main activities to support this project:
It hosts and welcomes young people and groups of young people of all nationalities.
It enables organizations from all walks of life to use its rooms for seminars, conferences, meetings, training courses, etc.

ACTIVITIES
FIAP offers its guests a wide range of cultural and educational activities, including exhibitions and concerts. It also organizes special events for its long-stay guests, providing opportunities for everyone to meet and exchange ideas.


ACCESS
Every year, FIAP welcomes more than 35,000 people of all ages, with the aim of creating links by encouraging intercultural encounters. Just a stone's throw from the Montparnasse district and 25 minutes from Saint Germain des Prés, our international residence and conference center is a mixture of youth hostel, hostel and hotel, all in the heart of the 14th arrondissement.
 

 

 

 

 

Participate

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2024-05-02T09:00:00 2024-05-02T22:00:00 Second Edition of the S&O Inclusive Economy Day The Inclusive Economy Center at the S&O Institute of HEC Paris is very pleased to invite you to the second edition of the Inclusive Economy Day on May 2, 2024 in FIAP - Jean Monnet, 30 Rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris.