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Vidéo: Empowering refugees through entrepreneurial training programs

In this video, Professor Farah Kodeih (a member of ICOR) speaks about some of her recent research that looked at how a local NGO supported Syrian refugees in their efforts to rebuild meaningful lives and become less dependent on aid. Together with her coauthors Henri Schildt from Aalto University in Finland, and Tom Lawrence from Oxford University in the UK they studied an entrepreneurial training ...

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Discover IÉSEG Insights, the new knowledge website developed by IÉSEG

IÉSEG today launches IÉSEG Insights, a new website that has been developed to share and disseminate the results of the research and expertise of the School’s faculty. IÉSEG Insights aims to help provide keys to understanding an increasingly complex, volatile and uncertain world and to be a platform for inspiration and reflection for the business world, students and the academic world. IÉSEG Insigh ...

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Designing a package of controls to sustain a hybrid mission: Interview with Professor Lies Bouten

As hybrid organizations seek to balance their financial and non-financial objectives – this can create tensions, challenges and contradictions at different levels of the organization. Professor Lies Bouten, ICOR member and professor of accounting at IÉSEG, and her co-author Sophie Hoozée (Ghent University), recently studied how a luxury hotel chain implemented a package of management control pract ...

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Video : The use of crowdfunding by sustainable entrepreneurs

In this video, ICOR member Professor Paulami Mitra gives insights into her research on sustainable entrepreneurs. She speaks about her recent research, co-authored with two other IÉSEG Professors, namely Ghassan Yacoub & Tiago Rathinho, and Faustine Fatalot. Their study focuses on what drives these entrepreneurs to pursue different types of crowdfunding – a method used to collect money online ...

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