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Our research findings help managers, entrepreneurs and political leaders to make carefully considered decisions that take into account the economic, ecological and social consequences of their actions.
In this blog, we invite you to explore the wide range of work done by our researchers in areas of relevance today.
Finance & InsuranceWhether we view it as an instrument or driver of our economy, the financial system reflects the world’s state of health. Understanding how it works, its complexity but also its vulnerability and the risks it generates helps political decision-makers and key players in the system to anticipate better and plan for the future more effectively.Related articles
Economy & SocietyEconomic decisions have a direct impact on the development of our society. Learning to manage the synergies between the economic world, businesses and communities helps improve individuals’ living environments, deal with crises and conflicts, and support organizational development.Related articles
Operational managementWhat is the challenge facing businesses today? Deciding on processes that will be most effective and innovative in order to differentiate themselves from the competition. This can mean going against the tide of certain current practices or trends, for example in terms of locating production or approaches to marketing.Related articles
Leadership & BehaviorUnderstanding what governs and influences the behavior of individuals in social or commercial interactions, decision-making and leadership is the aim of the faculty’s economists and psychologists working in the field of organizational behavior.Related articles
Corporate Strategy & Business developmentResearchers in this area explore, analyze or redefine the main pillars of corporate strategy and business development. Their work focuses on the design of business models that lie at the heart of a company, while observing the influence of the economic, social and political spheres, particularly in terms of ethics, social responsibility and institutional values.Related articles