IE Business School´s participation at the Women Economic Forum 2017 , New Delhi , By Karan Gupta Managing Director IE India & South Asia

At the Women Economic Forum and All Ladies League, the largest women centric organization in the world, among other things, we spoke about IE’s initiatives and contribution towards women empowerment and women in business. We discussed how IE’s 6 Million Euro women exclusive scholarship goes a long way in promoting women in business. The panel…

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INDIA’S LITERATURE: 3,000 YEARS OF TRADITION

“India’s Literature: 3,000 years of Tradition is part of the current cycle of Conferences “India: Present and future”, organized throughout the academic year 2016/17 by the IE Humanities Center.   Speakers : Namita Gokhale, Author, Editor and Director of the Jaipur Literary Festival Prof. Malashri Lal, Professor of Literature and Women’s Studies, University of Delhi…

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IE Women in Business Club – 2017 Dinner Series by Maud Crettex Luong , MBA Candidate 2017

Last Monday, the IE Women in Business Club launched the first chapter of its 2017 Dinner Series. The concept is simple:  we invite you to have dinner with a top executive who comes to share insights on his/her career path and how to succeed in the workplace. Each dinner is open to a maximum of 12 participants to enable a…

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The IE Centre for Diversity hereby announces its call for applications for the 2017 IE Women in Business Awards to identify the most outstanding women in positions of leadership.

The IE Centre for Diversity is strongly committed to supporting women in their transition to senior management and leadership positions. The IE Centre for Diversity hereby announces its call for applications for the 2017 IE Women in Business Awards to identify the most outstanding women in positions of leadership   Apply for 2017 IE Women…

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Taking care of business: the impact of culture and gender on entrepreneurs’ blended value creation goals

We examine entrepreneurs’ economic, social, and environmental goals for value creation for their new ventures. Drawing on ethics of care and theories of societal post-materialism, we develop a set of hypotheses predicting patterns of value creation across gender and countries. Using a sample of 15,141 entrepreneurs in 48 countries from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, we…

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