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01:24
Organizational justice is the field of study of feelings of justice in organizations. This term also refers to employees' own feelings of justice and injustice.
NADISIC Thierry - emlyon business school |
04:24
A green bond is a debt instrument issued on the markets to finance only projects that contribute positively to the environment. Two international standards are the benchmark for the green bond market: the Green Bond Principles of the International Capital Market Association and the Climate Bond Standard of the Climate Bond Initiative. Since the launch of green bonds, there has been a domino effect with the creation of new bonds: climate bonds, blues bonds, social bonds, sustainable bonds and wildlife bonds.
LAJILI JARJIR Souad - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
02:35
This notion was proposed by Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize winner in economics, as part of a new approach to human development and a critique of the measurement of economic performance and social progress centered on livelihoods, resource levels. Amartya Sen invites us to take more interest in the capabilities of knowing the real possibilities for an individual to do the things that he has reasons to value, his real freedom to choose between different ways of living, of doing this or of being that.
ARNOUD Justine - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
03:09
Description of the word "Brand content" Brand content then refers to any branded (editorial) content such as magazines, video games, short films, educational videos, etc.
AUBRUN Frédéric - FNEGE |
03:03
The notion of trust is at the heart of academic work on inter-company relations. It is considered an essential component of the success of any project involving more than one organization – whether for a classic business relationship or for innovation. Trust between two organizations exists when at least one of them is certain of the reliability and integrity of the other.
SERVAJEAN-HILST Romaric - KEDGE |
01:45
Tobacco, alcohol, agrifood or agriculture … Many economic activities are the site of maneuvers by lobbies also called interest groups or pressure groups. Often criticized for their lack of transparency, these interest groups participate in the life of entire sections of the economy. Their influence is then measured by their ability to influence laws, regulations or the establishment of standards (industrial for example), in the service of the economic group for which they work, and this often to the detriment of the common good.
PETON Hélène - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
02:45
In three words, Purchasing is the manager of the external resources of their organization. Purchasing is the largest expense item in most companies. They represent between 30 and 90% of the income statement. On average, more than 50% of expenses are allocated to the acquisition of goods and/or services from external companies, the suppliers, in order to be transformed and combined with the purchasing company's own resources to be able to deliver the products and services it offers to its customers.
SERVAJEAN-HILST Romaric - KEDGE |
02:22
Professional equality between women and men in work organizations encompasses different dimensions of human resources: equality in recruitment, remuneration, promotion, etc. Covers different types of action: equal treatment, positive actions, etc. Obligations for companies: negotiation with social partners and measurement. Despite these obligations, inequalities persist.
CORON Clotilde - IAE Paris |
02:00
You may have already heard of the three pillars of sustainable development, which integrate economic, social and environmental aspects. This vision has been promoted since the 1990s by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. These three pillars are supposed to be of equal importance, but in reality, the economic pillar usually takes precedence.
ETCHANCHU Helen - MONTPELLIER Business School |
02:58
Description of the concept of Open Innovation. Open innovation refers to a deconfined innovation process where innovation transcends organizational boundaries and where the flow of innovation, knowledge, patents, new ideas between external and internal are managed on a voluntary basis.
SERVAJEAN-HILST Romaric - KEDGE |
02:27
An efficient market is one in which the price of financial securities reflects all available relevant information at all times. There are three degrees of efficiency depending on (1) the ability to predict future prices, (2) the response of the markets to specific events, and (3) the influence of privileged information on the market. Informational efficiency is the most tested hypothesis in finance. Anomalies" challenge the informational efficiency of financial markets.
LAJILI JARJIR Souad - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
03:41
Extra-financial rating consists of evaluating the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policies of companies, governments or other types of securities issuers. There is no standard reference for extra-financial rating. Each agency develops its own model. All non-financial rating agencies use the same international standards, which guarantees the opposability of criteria. The extra-financial rating market has gone through several phases of change and consolidation.
LAJILI JARJIR Souad - IAE Gustave Eiffel |