Chairs and Professorships
Generally, the sponsor provides monetary support to a specific member of the Faculty who holds the Chair and who, consequently, is responsible for its research and education programmes. Such programmes are directly related to the business sector of the sponsoring organisation.
Research programmes involve researchers on the six ESCP campuses, as well as researchers from other academic institutions. Programmes are vetted by a scientific committee. Chairs are an important factor in stimulating research at ESCP. ESCP campuses also run local chairs, such as the Berlin campus.
Mutual and Cooperative Banking for the Benefit of the Economy
This chair studies the role of mutual and cooperative banks in the world, their commitment to the economy and regions, and their resilience in the face of economic crises.
Responsible Innovation in Africa
The purpose of this chair is to help transform Africa for a sustainable future and develop the human capital needed for its social and ecological transition.
This chair aims at decode the changes in today's work to anticipate tomorrow's work.
The ambition of this Chair is to share a research culture and help to tackle current and future turning points in our business practice and societal impact.
For L'Oréal and ESCP, creativity marketing is a shared domain of excellence. The partnership strengthens L'Oréal's position in the domain, bringing academic content and input to its internal and external operations. A partnership to advance the study of marketing
Internet of Things
This chair aims to gain a better understanding of business and managerial issues related to digital evolution and the development of connected objects.
Real Estate Tech Innovation
A professorship to promote sustainability through the “Monaco Real Estate Tech Innovation Programme”, an ambitious research plan on new real estate technologies.
New Generation Management
A Professorship to rethink the management of tomorrow's companies.
RIU Hotels & Resorts CSR
A Professorship to design and development of joint projects and activities in the field of CSR.
This Chair aims to foster forward-looking in-depth reflection on the business and retail industry of tomorrow.
International Corporate Governance
International corporate governance is a major challenge for companies. This Professorship aims to gain perspective on the integration of risk management and performance into corporate strategy.
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- Circular Economy & Sustainable Business Models
The circular economy in society and how to make it easier for companies to adapt to it.
- Factory for the future
The human and organisational management modes required to adapt to the acceleration in the development of production methods.
Corporate partners: Michelin Corporation Foundation & Safran
- Industrial Relations and Firms' Competitiveness
The economic, social or societal challenges and their impact on governance and innovation.
Corporate partners: Airbus, Groupe Renault, Sodexo, Solvay
- Fashion and Technology
The role of the technology as a catalyst of innovation for the Fashion and Luxury sectors.
Corporate partner: Lectra