Friday, January 3, 2020
Thursday, January 2, 2020
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
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The list of upcoming seminars in 2019-2020 academic year:
|Martin Ruef (Duke University)||24/09/2019|
|Sujin Jang (INSEAD)||01/10/2019|
|Hart Posen (Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison)||07/11/2019|
|Isabel Fernandez-Mateo (London Business School)||04/02/2020|
|Kaisa Snellman (INSEAD)||10/03/2020|
|Phanish Puranam (INSEAD)||19/03/2020|
|Myles Shaver (Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota)||23/03/2020|
|Jerker Denrell (Warwick University)||24/03/2020|
|Anu Wadhwa (Imperial College London)||05/05/2020|
|Simone Santoni (Cass Business School, City University of London)||19/05/2020|
|Stan Markus (Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina)||28/05/2020|
Wednesday, September 4, 2019
This August, Faculty and PhD students from ESSEC Participated in the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston.
From August 9-13, 2019, the Academy of Management (AOM) hosted their Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. AOM is the largest association of scholars dedicated to management and organization science and represents approximately 19,000 members from 119 countries This year’s Annual Meeting brought more than 11,000 students, academics, scholars, and professionals, including 23 faculty and students from ESSEC Business School.
For the third time ESSEC Business School organized an event for the job market candidates, PhD alumni, and friends of the school. Held at Westin Copley Place, the breakfast reception was an important networking opportunity and an occasion for the potential future faculty to learn more about the school and meet the members of the recruitment committee. In the past ESSEC has received over 125 applications for the three available positions.
In 2020, the event will take place in Vancouver, and will focus on such pressing challenges like conflicts, discrimination, corruption, wellbeing, economic opportunity and equality, climate change, as well as changes in management research and education.