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Béatrice COLLIN
Director of the Institute
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T +33 1 49 23 27 52
Paris Campus / République

Maxime LEFEBVRE
Co-director of the Institute
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Paris Campus / République

Fatou Ndella NDIAYE
Project Manager (Intern)
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T +33 1 49 23 58 38
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News and Events

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The German ambassador on visit to ESCP Europe, conference report


François Villeroy de Galhau, governor of the Banque de France: " I believe in Europe – this model of diversity, solidarity and peace", conference report


CERALE Seminar : Internationalisation of SMEs and regional development, seminar report


Pierre Moscovici: "We must achieve a compromise between European cultures - and it won't be easy.", conference report


European Posting Workers Directive - The Start@Europe Seminar in Brussels, report

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Pierre Moscovici : "Il faut construire un compromis entre les cultures européennes - et ce ne sera pas facile.", compte-rendu de conférence


La question des travailleurs détachés - Séminaire Start@Europe à Bruxelles, compte-rendu



Articles

 

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Hubert Védrine: “Resuming dialogue with Russia on a more realistic basis is the only good idea Donald Trump has had”. Read


Jean-Paul Agon: "Global champions must also be local champions". Read

Béatrice Collin: "Defining corporate diplomacy". Read

Erkki Maillard: "The objective of corporate diplomacy". Read

John Glen: Brexit, a note from a small island. Read


Maxime Lefebvre: Brexit, what consequences for the European project? Read


Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani: Brexit, what consequences for banks? Read


Frank Bournois: The European company, a challenge? Read


Dominique Damon: The challenges of European industrial business. Read


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Hubert Védrine : “Renouer le dialogue avec la Russie sur une base plus réaliste est la seule bonne idée de Donald Trump”. Lire

Jean-Paul Agon : “Les champions globaux doivent aussi être des champions locaux”. Lire


Béatrice Collin : Que savez-vous de la diplomatie d'entreprise ? Lire

Erkki Maillard : L'objectif de la diplomatie d'entreprise. Lire


John Glen : Brexit, où en est-on ? Lire


Maxime Lefebvre : Brexit, quelles conséquences pour le projet européen ? Lire


Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani : Brexit, quelles conséquences pour les banques ? Lire


Frank Bournois : L'entreprise européenne, une gageure ? Lire


Dominique Damon : Les défis de l'entreprise industrielle en Europe. Lire

 

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IEI - International & European Institute

Mission

 

With the aim of enhancing its C4B (Cultures For Business) Strategy, in the Autumn of 2017, ESCP Europe launches the International & European Institute, a forum for reflection, propositions and action, at the crossroads of three major fields:

  • The business world,
  • European and international politics, and
  • Intercultural management.

Objectives

Create knowledge and expertise

The academic resources of ESCP Europe coupled with the experience of the highly-qualified professionals who will intervene in our conferences and seminars, will allow our Institute to create a network of knowledge and skills, with the aim of fuelling the public debate with expertise.

By virtue of its multidisciplinary nature, our Institute aspires to become a major source of expertise in business, governance and intercultural management challenges.

Generate innovative solutions

Our Institute is also an Act Tank, as we aim to generate solutions to European and international challenges, through collaborative reflection. Hence, our activities will put an emphasis on research, development and innovation, for the purpose of forging tomorrow’s expertise.

Areas of work

Europe in global governance

Resolutely dedicated to tackling European challenges, the Institute intends to generate research around these major governance issues:  

  • European governance in global geopolitics
  • European integration in the wake of the Brexit
  • European development cooperation


Business, diplomacy and leadership


By pursuing complementary approaches (business, international relations and intercultural management), the Institute intends to develop a range of expertise on the following topics:

  • Corporate strategy in a VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous)
  • Transformational leadership in a changing world
  • Corporate Diplomacy Insights
  • Integrate social impact and sustainability into business practices


European companies in globalization

Committed to its European and international perspective, the Institute is committed to the promotion of European companies and European management models. Thus, our event programming will be regularly enhanced by research projects and symposiums tackling:

  • The place of the European market in globalization
  • The challenges of investment and innovation in Europe
  • The future of European industries
  • The keys to success of European companies in global competitiveness

Initiatives & Projects