New research reveals the enduring benefits of hiring a star
Manuel Sosa, INSEAD Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management, in his new paper titled, Where Do Stars Come From? The Role of Star vs. Nonstar Collaborators in Creative Settings (Organization Science), finds that working alongside a creative “master” will increase innovators’ creativity and the chance that, one day, they too will become a star.  INSEAD Press Release
Global, 9 January 
Media coverage: 

HRM AsiaBusiness Today (Malaysia)
Dagens Perspektiv (Norway)Newswise

The EU banking union looks well placed to defend against another crisis

It is hoped that the next phase of the EU’s banking union will be able to prevent the need to use public funds to bail out private banks in the event of another crisis. Jean Dermine, Professor of Banking and Finance at INSEAD, comments.  World Finance 
UK, 10 January

(TV) ​China could give some ‘minor concessions’ in trade talks: Prof

Pushan Dutt, Professor of Economics and Political Science at INSEAD, says that it is realistic to expect China to give some minor concessions on technology transfer, intellectual property or market access for goods and energy. CNBC Asia
Singapore, 6 January
(Digital) More stock market carnage could force Trump to make a China trade deal, expert says 
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Cultivating world-class talents to generate continuous value  
Felipe Monteiro, Affiliate Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, hosted the Chairman and CEO of Haier Group Mr. Zhang Ruimin, who gave a distinguished lecture about the Rendanheyi management model. bBusiness Today
Malaysia, January edition


Is the European Union on the brink of disintegration?
In his book “European Disintegration? The Politics of Crisis in the European Union”, Douglas Webber, INSEAD Professor of Political Science, takes a close look at the dynamics, character and consequences of these crises, and whether the union’s foundations are strong enough to maintain unity should new crises emerge or old ones flare up again.  CCR Magazine 
UK, January edition


The three secrets of James Dyson’s machine success
Andrew Shipilov, Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, and Brian Henry, Research Fellow at INSEAD, write on how James Dyson’s unexpected shift from home appliances to electric vehicle production bodes well; backed by his passion for inventions, professionalisation and perseverance. South China Morning Post
Hong Kong, 1 December 

Global challenges need global mindset
In her new book “The Global Cosmopolitan Mindset: Lessons from the New Global Leaders”, Linda Brimm, Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, highlights that people who have lived and worked in multiple cultures can help build coalitions needed to address big cross-national challenges.  Work Magazine (Perspectives) 
UK, December edition