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May, 5th 2020
Paying for post-secondary studies is a growing concern during this health, economic and social crisis.
May, 5th 2020
The coronavirus health crisis, tracked statistically in real time by Johns Hopkins University, is hitting the global economy hard and the tourism industry most of all. The World Tourism Organization (WTO) is expecting a drop in tourism revenue of 300 to 500 billion dollars in 2020, up to one third of the 1,500 billion generated in 2019. France could lose out on up to 40 billion euros per quarter. Millions of jobs in the sector are under threat worldwide. Anne Gombault and her co-authors Claire Grellier Fouillet and Jérémy Lemarié analyse the drastic consequences of the crisis for global tourism, the strategic issues that it emphasises and the opportunity for transformation and learning that it offers.
Solidarity in the age of Covid-19 : A Neapolitan tradition, the ‘caffè sospeso’, has provided the inspiration for a new form of community-spirited solidarity: anonymous mutual assistance
April, 27th 2020
The Italian ‘caffè sospeso’ or ‘suspended coffee” is a community spirited tradition from the Naples area. It involves paying for two coffees, one for yourself and the second for another customer at the bar who may possibly not have enough money to buy one. A Neapolitan tradition, the suspended coffee is a coffee you offer to humankind to share your own joy and good fortune. With the current lockdown restrictions, this tradition has assumed a whole new dimension with the emergence of ‘spesa sospesa’ (suspended shopping) a humanitarian gesture to help those who have lost their source of income. Gregorio Fuschillo and Bernard Cova see this altruistic anonymous gift as a wish to give meaning to one’s day-to-day life.
KEDGE Business School is a benchmark French business school with four campuses in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Marseilles, and Toulon), three abroad (Shanghai, Suzhou and Dakar) and three partner campuses (Avignon,Bastia and Bayonne).
KEDGE offers a portfolio of 32 training programmes in management and design for students and industry professionals
international academic partners
KEDGE Business School is AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA-accredited, and is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. It is also recognised by the French government, with labelised programmes, and has obtained the EESPIG label.
KEDGE was ranked 40th by the Financial Times in the European Business School ranking and 37th globally in its Executive MBA ranking.
alumni around the world
globally for its Executive MBA
training programmes in management
KEDGE Business School regularly appears in French and international rankings and stands out for its 32 management and design courses for students and professionals.
KEDGE Business School is AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA-accredited, and is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. It is also recognised by the French government, with labelised programmes, and has obtained the EESPIG label. KEDGE was ranked 40th by the Financial Times in the European Business School ranking and 37th globally in its Executive MBA ranking.
KEDGE in the press