Category Archives: Corporate Strategy & Business development

Researchers 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.

Corporate digital responsibility: the solution to a difficult digital dilemma?

The introduction of new digital technologies raises some complex and problematic ethical issues for organizations, yet there is no standard approach to tackling these issues. To remedy this situation Benjamin Mueller and his colleagues introduce the concept of Corporate Digital Responsibility and provide a CDR framework to guide executives.

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Maximizing the benefits from R&D subsidies: How some enterprise support policies can discourage high-growing entrepreneurship

Many governments offer support for entrepreneurs in a bid to boost entrepreneurship and startup success. However, as Annamaria Conti shows, both policymakers and entrepreneurs need to thoroughly assess the impact of that support to ensure that it is having the desired effect.

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Powers of attraction: How to make the most of tax holidays as a foreign direct investment incentive

In a global economy where countries compete fiercely for foreign direct investment, Prof. José Mata offers some insights for policymakers wishing to extract maximum value from specific tax related investment incentives—notably tax holidays.

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