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The philosopher/Buddhist Matthieu Ricard was interviewed by Belgian radio RTBF during his visit at Solvay Brussels School.

Listen to the interview online, here

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

Matthieu Ricard, author of numerous Buddhist philosophy books and personal friend (and interpreter for the french-speaking world) of the Dalai Lama, will join us on the Saturday 24th of September for a conference entitled “Justice, Altruism and Economy: which direction to take in regards to the Crisis? A dialogue on integration, justice and altruism in the economy and the business world”.

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

The Academy of International Business (AIB) held its 2011 annual meeting in Nagoya, Japan, on June 24-28. The leading association of scholars in the field of International Business awarded Professor Carine Peeters (CEB/ECARES) and PhD student Julien Gooris (ECARES) the “Most Promising Scholars” AIB/Haynes prize.

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2 high-profile guests will honor the School of their presence at the start of the next academic year:  

Matthieu Ricard, author of numerous buddhist philosophy books and personal friend (and interpret for the french-speaking world) of the Dalai Lama, will come and talk with us in September on the subject of "Justice, Altruism and Economy". Several more guests from the business world, with an open eye on new answers to contemporary business challenges, should join M. Ricard for a talk that promises to be one of the highlight of the year.

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

New publication: It is with great pleasure that Centre Emile Bernheim announces the publication of The Handbook of Microfinance, co-edited by Prof. Beatriz Armendáriz (Harvard University, University College London, and CERMi Associate Researcher) and Prof. Marc Labie (Université de Mons, CERMi Co-Director). CERMi is the department of microfinance of Centre Emile Bernheim.