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Fifth edition of the ICOR Prize: First prize awarded to thesis on circular economy

Each year, IÉSEG and ICOR organize a competition to recognize the best Master’s thesis by an IÉSEG student in the fields of organizational ethics, social responsibility and sustainability. For the fifth edition of this prize, a panel of academic experts recently evaluated 17 theses in order to select the best three (in terms of academic criteria). A committee of professionals then elected the winn ...

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Guillaume Mercier – « Should companies have strategies for encouraging benevolence between staff? »

Based on an interview with Guillaume Mercier, IÉSEG, about his paper* “Formal and Informal Benevolence in a Profit-Oriented Context” (Journal of Business Ethics, 2019), co-authored with Ghislain Deslandes. To address employee disengagement, some business leaders are considering incorporating benevolence into managerial practices. However, to what extent can and should a genuine, caring attitude am ...

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Hugo CALAMINI crowdfunds for Destiny Foundation

Professors at IÉSEG Center for Organizational Responsibility (ICOR) guide students that offer pro-bono service to social ventures. Hugo Calamini, a Master student at IESEG School of Management, is conducting a consulting project and has launched a crowdfunding campaign for Destiny Foundation, a social enterprise based in Calcutta, India. The social enterprise, under the direction of its founder Sm ...

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Jules MARTINA offers pro-bono consulting and campaigns for UMEED, an Indian social venture

In 2020, UMEED aims to serve more than 90 women originating from unprivileged backgrounds. Through their FirstLeap program, UMEED aims to empower them, make them employment ready and include them into the Indian workforce. The women at UMEED need YOUR help to make this happen : https://bit.ly/3bn9yio ! UMEED, a social venture based in Hyderabad, India. The venture creates social impact by helping ...

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