Business & Society Research Seminar

The Business & Society Research Seminar is a multidisciplinary seminar focusing on Business and Society (B&S) issues. It is meant to cut across disciplines and thematic bounders (management, law, sociology, economics…) to favor exchanges among scholars on large-scale societal problems. Business & Society Research questions the ways in which business and society affect each other. Topics covered may include (without any pretension of being exhaustive): business ethics, corporate sustainability, social and environmental implications of global businesses and value chains, business/government relations, innovative business models at the intersection of public and private interest.


Next dates:

October 12th, 2017: 14h00 – 15h30 : Marie-Laura Djelic (Science-Po Paris) “Constructing an Organizational Architecture for the Transnational Diffusion of Ideologies — The Case of Atlas and Neoliberalism”


All seminars take place at ESCP Europe, Paris campus, 79, av. de la République, 75011 Paris, Métro Rue Saint Maur.


Coordinating Professors: Aurélien Acquier & Valentina Carbone