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  • Low oil prices cause investment in renewables, biofuels and energy efficiency technologies to decrease

    Published on 04 February 2016

    The current weak price of crude oil is having an adverse impact on the amount of investment in renewables for heat generation, biofuels, and energy efficiency technologies, according to Grenoble École de Management’s Energy Market Barometer Reading.

  • How to Understand Managers, Researchers, and Chocolate-Chip Cookies

    Published on 01 February 2016

    How to Understand Managers, Researchers, and Chocolate-Chip Cookies This month Greg Molecke and Sanchayan Sengupta, both PhD full-time students at Grenoble Ecole de Management share their thoughts on what managers can learn from researchers and how...

  • Refugees entering Europe: a positive impact on the economy ?

    Published on 18 January 2016

    The majority of European CFOs believe that refugees entering Europe will have a positive impact on the economy. Nearly 60 percent% of European CFOs believe that accepting migrants will help solve the looming demographic problems their nations face...

  • Research: Email-free collaboration among knowledge worker

    Email-free collaboration among knowledge workers

    Published on 13 January 2016

    Social collaboration technologies have spread rapidly among many organizations, offering a unique opportunity to improve the exchange of knowledge among employees. These technologies inevitably raise questions about the future of email, as intensive...

  • The Gender Pay Gap

    Published on 05 January 2016

    Forty years after the implementation of the first equal pay legislation, the pay gap remains a key aspect of the inequalities women face on the labour market. Progress towards closing the gender pay gap will not be easy or quick. A collective effort...

  • Market knowledge influenced by CEOs’ personality

    Published on 23 December 2015

    Logically, market knowledge (MK) improves firm performance. Yet, knowledge of how MK develops remains sparse. In this study, Barthélemy Chollet, associate professor and researcher from the Social Networks, Innovation and Entrepreneurship team, and...