On November 20, 2013, the ESSEC PhD program hosted Research Highlights 2013, a first annual "poster session" to present their cutting-edge research in an accessible way. While learning about the latest PhD research and networking with students and faculty, attendees were invited to vote for their favourite favorite poster design.
The participants: Anatoli Colicev "The impact of social media on brand value. An empirical study"
Davide Romelli "Current account and real exchange rate changes: the impact of trade openness"
Zhongwei Huang "Essays on analysts' monitoring role"
Damien Lambert "The proxy advisor in the struggle manager vs. investor: A weapon, a referee or a white flag
Samia Badji "Does discrimination lead to child labour: identification of households excluded from the land and labour markets in madagascar"
Lisa Baudot "The role of institutions in transnational accounting change: A story of the U.S. GAAP - IFRS Convergence Process"
Dong-Ook Choi "The effect of information congestion by unsolicited ads in two-sided markets"
Helen Etchanchu-Schneider "Global governance of business-stakeholder relations: the roles of power and legitimacy in the context of European shale gas exploitation"
Juan Carlos Espinoza Garcia "Scoring Variables for Large Scale Optimization Problems"
Alina Ferecatu "Understanding managers' tradeoffs between exploration and exploitation"
Dmitry Golubkov "Corporate political connections in Russia and their implications for firm-level structure and cost of debt"
Tania Kallab "The colonial impacts on French trade patters"
Prithwiraj Mukherjee "Investigating the profitability of multilevel marketing"
Shantanu Mullick "Does out-of-ho;e snacking lead to rational addiction"
Yana Ponomarova "Generalized model of advertising: incorporating electronic word-of-mouth into advertising models"
Robert Vroege "Acceleration"