Rand Gerges Yammine joined ESCP Business School Paris Campus as Assistant Professor for Entrepreneurship this January. We spoke to her about her journey in research, teaching and coaching, entrepreneurial ecosystems and her most important piece of advice for entrepreneurs.
Messing up at work feels bad, especially when you’re in a job that requires high precision and accuracy. At the same time, making mistakes is a part of being human. In a brand new research paper that has just been published by Academy of Management Discoveries, Christoph Seckler, Sebastian Fischer and Kathrin Rosing study auditors in accounting firms and their error management orientation.
Benjamin Voyer, professor for entrepreneurship at ESCP Business School London Campus, has been appointed co-director of a new research chair alongside Anne Laure Sellier from HEC Paris. With this joint initiative, Cartier for the first time brings together two leading business schools to advance research on emerging business and societal challenges.
Severe institutional voids push entrepreneurs to create social goals and build up formal as well as informal institutions.
COVID-19 is massively changing our world and presents extreme challenges for our health and wellbeing, our health-care systems, public life, businesses – and thus to all of us individually, in various ways. In this article, I as an entrepreneurship researcher focus on what I know best: entrepreneurs, who have unique ways in handling times of crisis and uncertainty. For anyone who is not directly impacted by severe illness, the loss of loved ones, high financial constraints or domestic abuse or other sources of extreme despair and anxiety, their decision-making logics might provide support in navigating these stormy seas.
RENT XXXIII, the Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference, took place in Berlin on November 28th and 29th, with a pre-conference day at ESCP Berlin campus on November 27th. The Jean-Baptiste Say Institute co-organized the conference.
From November 24th to November 26th, 75 researchers came to ESCP Berlin to make art, cook together, and discuss effectuation in teaching and practice. This happens nowhere but the 7th Effectuation Conference. What exciting days we had!
From November 24th-29th 2019, the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute of ESCP Business School is hosting two entrepreneurship conferences: the 7th Effectuation Conference and RENT XXXIII. More than 300 researchers are coming to Berlin to present and debate their research.