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  • MSc Finance : salaire et services carrières en progression

    MSc Finance Ranking 2020: GEM continues to be ranked among the best in France, Europe and the World

    Published on 15 June 2020

    On June 15 2020, the Financial Times published a new edition of the Master in Finance ranking, the first one since 2018. In this ranking, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has made progress in both the salary and career criteria, and maintained its...

  • Finethics est un nouveau serious game immersif créé en collaboration avec des professionnels de l’entreprise et des étudiants dont le but est d'aider les futurs leaders à construire leur engagement éthique.

    An immersive new game to better anticipate ethical dilemmas

    Published on 13 November 2019

    The Kerviel, Mediator, horse meat litigations… scandals and malpractice spare no sector. Would the people involved have made the same decisions at different times in their lives? Do they agree with the decisions they made? To react better in the...

  • Finance de demain : construire l’éthique des futurs leaders, avec les entreprises

    The future of finance: training ethical leaders with the support of business

    Published on 21 October 2019

    Using a variety of tools such as the serious game Finethics, Grenoble Ecole de Management and the network Finance de demain is encouraging professionals in the finance sector to question their practices and help shape an ethical future for finance.

  • QS

    Rankings: 3 Programs Newly Ranked by Qs

    Published on 29 November 2017

    Grenoble’s Master in International Business (MIB), MSC Finance and MBA are newly ranked by the QS rankings. According to these QS releases, Grenoble-EM confirms its quality and its positioning in the business school landscape. These 3 programs...

  • Michel Albouy, professeur de finance à GEM

    French Real Estate: Taxation and Low-Income Housing

    Published on 18 October 2017

    Interview: The French government recently suggested it would ask landlords to lower their rent by five euros in order to compensate a decrease in government funding for low-income housing. Michel Albouy, a professor of finance at Grenoble Ecole de...

  • Lamya Kermiche, professeur associé à Grenoble Ecole de Management au département Finance, Innovation et Gouvernance.

    Audit Market Dynamics: the French Perspective on Mandatory Joint Audits

    Published on 03 July 2017

    The audit industry has garnered increasing attention from policy makers, in particular since the demise of Arthur Andersen in 2002. The industry is marked by the fact it has only four major players known as the Big 4. The concentration of audit...