New research from ESMT Berlin identifies how digital markets become monopolies and offers key insights for policymakers to ensure that in the future digital markets are better regulated and do not ‘tip’ towards monopolies.
SuperCharger Ventures, a cross-border EdTech Accelerator, and The Future of Management Education (FOME) Alliance, with its university members EDHEC Business School, ESMT Berlin, IE Business School, Imperial College Business School, and the EdTech platform Insendi, are pleased to announce an industry partnership to introduce new technologies into online management education.
ESMT Berlin’s Digital Society Institute, in collaboration with Ernst & Young (EY) and Nimbus Technologieberatung, will take over the accompanying research for the technology Showcase Programme “Secure Digital Identities” of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
ESMT Berlin has equipped several of its auditoriums with modern technology for hybrid and online formats. This will allow students to attend face-to-face and virtual lectures while adhering to coronavirus safety regulations.
Tatiana Lluent will join ESMT Berlin as the Volkswagen Group Junior Chair for Diversity in Organizations and as an assistant professor of strategy on July 1. She is currently completing her PhD at Duke University. Lluent’s research focuses on organizational inequality, gender, and entrepreneurship.
This week, 51 students from 24 countries begin their full-time MBA program at ESMT Berlin (2020: 49
students). On average, the participants are 30,5 years old and have more than six years of professional
In the Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2020, ESMT Berlin is ranked, for the second year in a row, ninth in Europe and first in Germany. ESMT remains the first and only German institution ever to make it to the European Top 10.
Ola Källenius, Chairman of the Board of Management, Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz AG, has succeeded Dr. Dieter Zetsche as the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the ESMT Foundation as of August 1, 2020. Dieter Zetsche, former CEO of Daimler, had held this position since 2015.
Political and social engagement is a relevant topic for European business leaders. CEOs are increasingly making public statements on political issues in order to make a positive contribution to socially relevant topics.