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20 Apr

"Sometimes the key is closer at hand, right inside the company"

What is ordinary corporate innovation? Only visionary bosses can truly innovate? How encourage corporate innovators?
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19 Apr

Family Business heterogeneity in innovation: opportunities and challenges

Where do family businesses stand in terms of innovation?
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22 Mar

The challenges facing non-native speakers of english when teaching in Business School

The "Language boundary-crossing by business school faculty using English as a medium of instruction" explained by Peter Daly and Dennis Davy.
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09 Mar

Investing well in Smart Equity Factors

In a recent article published in Asia Asset Management, Eric Shirbini, Global research and investment solutions Director at ERI Scientific Beta, explains why the "the devil in the detail" when investing in smart equity factors.
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01 Mar

"USS strike: global pensions crisis is now shaking ivory towers"

In a recent opinion piece published in the Higher Times Education, Lionel Martellini, Professor of Finance and Director at EDHEC-Risk Institute, provides his analyis on the global pension crisis.
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23 Feb

"Maximizing the impact of Enterprise Social Media"

In an article published in the MIT Sloan Management Review, Mohamed-Hédi-Charki, associate professor of Information Systems, and his co-authors offers an alternative approach for enterprise social media implementation.
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15 Feb

Do outside directors add value to private family businesses?

The best performing board I’ve been on is one I’m on now, a family owned company, with four outside directors, two family shareholders and the CEO.
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09 Feb

EDHEC unleashes the entrepreneurs

This article was published in Otherwise #5. Find the full version here>>
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01 Feb

"Infrastructure investors seek better performance data"

The Financial Times just published an article mentioning an EDHEC Infrastructure Institute study on "how infrastructure indices should be structured to best address their asset allocation and performance monitoring needs".
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25 Jan

The specificity of financial communication in family firms

Financial communication is mainly used by companies that publicly trade their shares on a stock exchange, to interface with current and potential financial stakeholders such as retail and institutional investors and financial analysts. A prevailing belief is that unlisted firms with a closed family shareholding community has no need to publish financial information, apart from its statutory accounts. This leads us to question to what extent is it the case?
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