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HEC PARIS KNOWLEDG@HEC Food for Though for Business Leaders

Newsletter #21
March 2018

 

 

 

Because Knowledge is Power…
You're looking for tips from experts that will disrupt your vision of leadership, help you innovate your business model to become more competitive in this crazy world, show you models on how to integrate RSE while making more profit in the long run? Every year at HEC Paris, more than 100 Professors publish hundreds of research articles on various topics related to organization strategy, entrepreneurship, digital innovations, social impact, finance…. 

…We share Knowledge with you
Unfortunately, most of the latest research is not accessible to the wider public, and is confined to the academic reviews.
 So at HEC Paris, we also put our best efforts to feed all the leaders, workers, and students with a selection of the most impactful research, easy to read on Knowledge@HEC, in the press and in the social media.
 

 
Research Highlights 
on
Knowledge@HEC

 

Business environnement

 

The gig economy: who really controls the accounting?

by Dane Pflueger, Professor of Accounting @HECParis

 

 

 

Platform companies like Uber, Airbnb and eBay represent a disruptive new economic phenomenon. Research by Dane Pflueger into the accounting that underpins these new organizations identifies a form that few accountants would recognize.

 

 

 

 

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Business environnement

 

Does environmental proactivity pay?

By Bertrand Quélin, Professor of Strategy and Business Policy 

 

 

 

For a firm to be profitable, does it need to listen to all its stakeholders? And what happens if a firm is sensitive to stakeholder demands and proactive about environmental issues? Bertrand Quelin’s latest research reveals a surprising correlation between these seemingly disparate business issues.

 

 

 

 

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The problem with renewable energy incentives? Some of them may not incentivise renewables…

By Sam Aflaki, Professor of Management & Information Technology 

 

 

 

Sam Aflaki and Serguei Netessine’s new research uncovers a problem with renewable energy incentive policies, such as feed-in tariffs and carbon taxes. Renewables like wind and solar power often depend on carbon costly backups which stunt investment rewards.

 

 

 

 

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In the Press & in the Social Media

 

 

 

On Forbes
Find tips and stories from our HEC Professors on how to use hybrid strategies and drones to renew business models, on incentives issues with carbon taxes, on autonomy in the workplace, on gun control in America...

On Twitter
Find all the articles mentionning or written by HEC Professors via Knowledge@HEC's Twitter! Or follow the key hashtags: #HECProf #HECinsights #HECdiversity

 

 

 

 

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Books made in HEC Paris

 

 

 

Our short selection among many other books made in HEC Paris:
 

Lobby for change, by Alberto Alemanno

Prof. Alemanno has recently received the International Sciacca Award in the Law category for his public engagement & social impact.


Learn more in our filmed conversation on Knowledge@HEC with The Good Lobby co-founder and Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law and Regulation.


(French) 

Le pouvoir des prénoms, d'Anne Laure Sellier

Cette Professeur associée de Marketing vient tout juste de publier un livre issu de ses recherches sur les prénoms.

"Dans la grande majorité des cas, nous ressemblons physiquement à notre prénom. Cela signifie que nous faisons en sorte de rapprocher notre visage du stéréotype du prénom que nous portons. Cela indique que la pression sociale de la culture où nous appartenons est extrêmement forte, notamment en France où il est encore légalement très difficile de changer de prénom".

 

L'intelligence situationnelle,
50 situations de management décryptées
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de Paul Delahaie, Catherine Tanneau, Annabel-Mauve Bonnefous et Michel Fiol

Trois professeurs d’HEC Paris et une professeure de NEOMA Business School se sont réunis afin de décrypter 50 situations de management difficiles et ainsi proposer des clés essentielles à leur résolution. Le résultat de cette collaboration est un ouvrage de 500 pages qui intéressera tout cadre cherchant des réponses efficaces aux défis de son emploi.

"La richesse de ce manuel se trouve réellement dans la diversité de situations évoquées. Il est le fruit de la mise en œuvre de La démarche Fidelio@ qu’HEC Paris Executive Education déploie depuis 20 ans", Paul Delahaie. 

En savoir plus sur HEC Paris Executive Education.

 

 

 

 

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