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CONT ENT S

01 02 03 04 05 Welcome to ESADE

Comprehensive training of people

Knowledge creation and dissemination

Contribution to social debate

Appendices


01 WELC O M E TO ES ADE


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T O ES A DE

WELCOME 1 . W EL C O ME

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INSPIRING FUTURES SINCE 1958


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AN ACADEMIC INSTITUTION THAT IS WORLD-RENOWNED, INNOVATIVE, AND ENGAGED WITH SOCIETY, THE BUSINESS

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COMMUNITY AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INITIATIVES


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EDU CA TION Comprehensive training of people.

T O ES A DE

Creation of relevant knowledge.

SOCIA L DEB A TE Contribution to social debate.

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MISSION

K NOW LE DGE


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VALUES* INTEGRITY in our academic and professional work.

RESPECT for colleagues, people and oneself, with sensitivity toward the specific situation of others.

DIVERSITY as a positive aspect that allows people to learn from the differences between individuals, ideas and situations.

RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMITMENT in the service of a fairer society.

From the ESADE Community Declaration of Values, approved by the Board of Trustees of the ESADE Foundation on 24 th January 2008 after having received a favourable report from the management bodies and following a process that was open to faculty, staff and student representatives.

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the ESADE community.

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CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMON GOOD through the sharing of experiences with


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HISTORY BEGINNINGS AND EXPANSION (1958-1988)

1958

1960

1968

1982

Programmes M ADRID

(later Management Development Centre, now Executive Education)

1959

1969

1964

Creation of Spain's first

Bachelor's Degree in

MBA

European Documentation Centre

Business Studies

1988 Creation of the CEMS network

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B A R C ELON A

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Upper Management Founding of ESADE


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HISTORY

2003

ESADE Law School

1994

Integration in Ramon Llull University

2010

Strategic alliance with HEC

Strategic alliance with Georgetown

B U EN OS A IR ES

PhD Programme

1995

2006

2004

2008 Celebration of the 50th

2012

Creation of the

anniversary

New MBA campus

research units

2009

at ESADECREAPOLIS

SA N T C U GA T

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1993

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INTERNACIONALISATION (1993-2012)


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KEY FIGURES

109 ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

3,327 international students

129 faculty members with a research profile

63, 200 A LU M NI

16 K NOW LE DGE CRE A TI ON CE NTRE S

67 international chapters

223 E V E NTS E A CH Y E A R 23,478 attendees

52 externally funded research projects

669 E SA DE E M P LOY E E S 1,395 external academic collaborators

1, 759 A P P E A RA NCE S IN INTERNA TIONA L MEDIA

19% OF STA F F I S I NTE RNA TI ONA L

+60 active profiles on social media

44 countries of origin

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9, 425 STU DE NTS

T O ES A DE

Source: 2016-2017 Annual Report of the ESADE Foundation


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R E V E N UE 2016-2017

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43

34

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SCH O L A R SH I P S, GRANTS A N D F I N A N CI A L A I D

LA W SCH O O L

B U SI N E SS SCH O O L

E X E CU T I V E E D U CA T I O N

R E SE A R CH

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9

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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS


3 Campuses 79,994 M 2


Building 1 · 9,859 m 2

Building · 2,625 m 2

SA N T CU G A T

ACADEMIC BUILDING · 15,461 m 2 MBA FACILITY · 2,908 m 2

Building 2 · 7,560 m 2 Building 3 · 15,236 m

M A D R I D CA M P U S

2

CA M P U S

ESADECreapolis 17,520 M 2

EGARAGE · 232 m 2 OPEN- AND

NOBILI RESIDENCE · 5,886 m 2

CROSS-INNOVATION CENTRE

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BARCELONA–PEDRALBES CAMPUS

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GLOBAL PRESENCE

BARCELONA–SANT CUGAT

MADRID CAMPUS

Campus

BARCELONA–PEDRALBES Campus

MEXICO REGION HQ IN MEXICO CITY

CENTRAL AMERICA REGION HQ IN SAN SALVADOR

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NORTHERN ANDES AND CARIBBEAN REGION HQ IN BOGOTÁ

CENTRAL ANDES REGION HQ IN LIMA

ATLANTIC REGION

CHILE REGION HQ IN SANTIAGO DE CHILE

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HQ IN SÃO PAULO

ARGENTINA REGION HQ IN BUENOS AIRES

INTERNATIONAL CHAPTERS OF ESADE ALUMNI

BUSINESS SCHOOL PIM-CEMS ALLIANCES

BUSINESS SCHOOL PIM ALLIANCES

BUSINESS SCHOOL CEMS ALLIANCES

BUSINESS SCHOOL BILATERAL AGREEMENTS

LAW SCHOOL BILATERAL AGREEMENTS

LAW SCHOOL ACADEMIC MEMBERS OF THE THEMIS NETWORK


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GLOBAL ESADE 3,327 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

169 EXCHANGE AGREEMENTS

109 COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN OF OUR STUDENTS

TRIPLE INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION (EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA)

24 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

OF WHICH ESADE IS A MEMBER

STRATEGIC ALLIANCES

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02 COMPREHENSIVE TR AINING O F P EO P LE


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T O ES A DE

OF PROFESSIONALLY COMPETENT AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE PEOPLE

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ESADE, COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING


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2. C O MP R EH EN S I VE

T RA INING

ACADEMIC UNITS


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2. C O MP R EH EN S I VE

T RA INING

ACADEMIC UNITS


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BUSINESS SCHOOL

• BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA) • DOUBLE BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND LAW

MBA

#6

EUROPEAN RANKING THE ECONOMIST

#6

EUROPEAN RANKING FINANCIAL TIMES

#10

MBA FOR ENTREPRENEURS GLOBAL RANKING FINANCIAL TIMES

#7

GLOBAL RANKING AMÉRICA ECONOMÍA

• MSC PROGRAMMES IN MANAGEMENT • INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOL FINANCIAL TIMES

• FINANCE • MARKETING MANAGEMENT • INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP • CEMS MIM

• MBA • MASTER OF RESEARCH • PHD PROGRAMME • SUMMER SCHOOL

MSc PROGRAMMES

#6

MASTER IN FINANCE GLOBAL RANKING FINANCIAL TIMES

#8

MASTER IN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT GLOBAL RANKING FINANCIAL TIMES

T RA INING

86 nationalities

#6

2. C O MP R EH EN S I VE

2, 965 STU DE NTS


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T RA INING

ACADEMIC UNITS


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EXECUTIVE EDUCATION 5, 501 P A RTI CI P A NTS 76 nationalities 4.54 student satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5) 4.37 company satisfaction (scale of 1 to 5)

• EXECUTIVE EDUCATION DEGREES

• CUSTOM PROGRAMMES

EXECUTIVE MBA

#6

GLOBAL EXECUTIVE MBA EUROPEAN RANKING FINANCIAL TIMES

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

#16

GLOBAL RANKING FINANCIAL TIMES

#4

GLOBAL RANKING AMÉRICA ECONOMÍA

2. C O MP R EH EN S I VE

• OPEN PROGRAMMES

T RA INING

(EMBA, EXECUTIVE MASTERS, CORPORATES, GEMBA, CORPORATE MBA)


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2. C O MP R EH EN S I VE

T RA INING

ACADEMIC UNITS


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LAW SCHOOL 1, 231 STU DE NTS 39

nationalities

147 P A RTI CI P A NTS IN INTERNA TIONA L EXCHA NGE PROGRAMMES

• BACHELOR IN LAW

• 82 OUTGOING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

• BACHELOR IN GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

• 27 OUTGOING STUDENTS FROM THE MASTER IN LEGAL PRACTICE

• DOUBLE BACHELOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND LAW • 82 INCOMING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

• PHD PROGRAMME

#1

MASTER IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW EL MUNDO

#2

MASTER IN TAX CONSULTANCY AND MANAGEMENT EL MUNDO

20 W ORK SHOP S A ND SEMINA RS 2,663 participants

2. C O MP R EH EN S I VE

• 20 INCOMING THEMIS STUDENTS • MASTERS AND POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

T RA INING

• MASTER IN LEGAL PRACTICE


03 KN O WLED G E C R E AT I O N A N D D I S S E M I N AT I O N


T O ES A DE

TO IMPROVE ORGANISATIONS AND SOCIETY

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ESADE PROMOTES THE CREATION OF IMPORTANT KNOWLEDGE


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K N O W LE D G E -CR E ATIO N CE NTR E S

109 ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

52 E XTE R N ALLY F UN D E D R E SE AR CH PR O JE CTS

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16

C R EA T I O N A N D DI S S EMI N A T I O N

RESEARCH STRUCTURE


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ESA D E

KN O W LE D GE G E N E R AT IO N CE N T R E S A N D RESEARCH GROUPS

6

9

UMBRELLA CENTRES

RESEARCH GROUPS

ESADE ENTREPRENEURSHIP INSTITUTE – EEI

BUSINESS NETWORK DYNAMICS – BUNED

INSTITUTE FOR INNOVATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT - IIK

RESEARCH GROUP ON JUDGEMENTS & DECISIONS IN THE MARKET – JUICE

INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION - IIS

GRUPO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN ECONOMÍA Y FINANZAS – GREF

ESADEGOV – CENTRE FOR PUBLIC GOVERNANCE

GRUPO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN GESTIÓN TURÍSTICA – GRUGET

ESADEGEO – CENTRE FOR GLOBAL ECONOMY AND GEOPOLITICS OBSERVATORY OF SPANISH MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES – OEME

GRUPO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN GESTIÓN DE CONFLICTOS CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN DESARROLLO DEL LIDERAZGO INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS LABORALES – IEL GRUPO DE DERECHO PATRIMONIAL

1 THINK TANK en Gestión JEAN MONNET CHAIR AT ESADE

FUTURE OF WORK CHAIR

C R EA T I O N A N D DI S S EMI N A T I O N

B E VA LI DA TED

3. K N O W L EDG E

TO


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109 JOURNALS

PHD PROGRAMME 2016- 2017 64Impact factor journals 14 Journals in the Financial Times list 45 Peer-reviewed journals

26 BOOKS AND CHAPTERS

4 Books with international publishers 8 Books with Spanish publishers 9 Chapters in books with international publishers 5 Chapters in books with Spanish publishers

93 SCIENTIFIC CONTRIBUTIONS

67 Papers accepted in international conferences 12 Case studies 14 ESADE publications

11 PHD THESES

3. K N O W L EDG E

A CA DEM IC OU TP U TS 2016- 2017

C R EA T I O N A N D DI S S EMI N A T I O N

RESEARCH RESULTS


WE CREATE KNOWLEDGE AND THE APPROPRIATE SETTINGS TO CARRY OUT RESEARCH, INNOVATE ORGANISATIONS AND FOMENT ENTREPRENEURIAL INITIATIVES


WITH AN AMBITIOUS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME IN KEEPING WITH OUR MISSION AND VALUES

3. K N O W L EDG E

G IV ING O P P O R T U NIT IE S T O TAL E NT E D ST U DE NT S

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Donations made to

ESADE €3.5 M


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Investing in the Scholarship Programme is key to giving opportunities to the best students with insufficient economic resources.

F OM ENT RESEA RCH Financing research is fundamental to promote innovation and create knowledge.

ENSU RE F A CU LTY EXCELLENCE Hiring the best international faculty guarantees our academic excellence.

APPLICATION OF PRIVATE DONATIONS

Thanks

SCHOLARSHIPS

to more than

34%

600 alumni and organisations who have invested in ESADE’s future through their donations.

RESEARCH AND FACULTY

60% E NDOWME NT

6%

C R EA T I O N A N D DI S S EMI N A T I O N

A TTRA CT THE B EST TA LENT

DONORS

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INVESTMENT PRIORITIES


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ESADE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME A TTRA CTING THE B EST TA LENT

262

SCHOLA RSHI P RECIP IENTS*

2016-2017 academic year

FINANCING

€2.2 M ESADE FUNDS DEDICATED TO SCHOLARSHIPS*

A LUMN I STUD E N TS F A CULTY ME MBE R S E SA D E P E R SO N N E L O R G A N ISA TIO N S CO MMITTE D TO TA LE N T

* 2016-2017 academic year

3. K N O W L EDG E

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME IMPACT

C R EA T I O N A N D DI S S EMI N A T I O N

We want to attract the most talented students even if they lack sufficient economic resources to study at ESADE.


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SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME DONORS WE NEED THE SUPPORT OF ALUMNI, CURRENT STUDENTS AND COMPANIES TO CONSOLIDATE THE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME.

INITIA TIVES

The programme's objective is primarily alumni, current students and companies, the aim being to raise an additional €1 M for scholarships. It includes various initiatives, amongst which the ESADE 1,000 x 1,000 campaign stands out. The latter aims to raise significant contributions from alumni who are highly engaged with ESADE. It also includes collective scholarships promoted by different alumni graduating classes, clubs and international chapters, as well as scholarships created by current student graduating classes in all our programmes. TODAY,* ESADE’S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME RECEIVES SUPPORT FROM:

619

112

INDIVIDUAL DONORS

1,000x1,000 DONORS

30

COMPANIES

G E N E R A L D O N A TIO N CA MP A IG N CO LLE CTIV E SCH O LA R SH IP S CO R P O R A TE SCH O LA R SH IP P R O G R A MME

3. K N O W L EDG E

1,000 X 1,000 E SA D E

C R EA T I O N A N D DI S S EMI N A T I O N

F U TU R O SCH O LA R SH IP S


04 C O NTR IBUTIO N TO S O C I A L D E B AT E


T O ES A DE

TO BUILD FREE, PROSPEROUS AND FAIR SOCIETIES

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04

ESADE, A FORUM IN WHICH TO REFLECT ON GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL DEBATE


SOCIETAL PROJECTION GENERATE OPINION THROUGH PUBLIC EVENTS, OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND OUR OWN RESEARCH


THAT STRENGTHENS ALUMNI’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND FOMENTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP AROUND THE WORLD.

4.

W IT H A G L O BAL AL U MNI NE T W O R K

C O N T R I B U T I O N T O S O C I A L DEB A T E

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ESADE ALUMNI

63,200

307

794

€4,7M

67

VOLUNTEERS IN ALUMNI GIVING BACK

EVENTS ORGANISED

DEDICATED TO FINANCE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROJECTS

CHAPTERS AND INTERNATIONAL DELEGATIONS

4.

ESADE Alumni’s mission is to provide value to its members, ESADE and society as a whole through activities and services aimed at fomenting members’ professional and personal development.

C O N T R I B U T I O N T O S O C I A L DEB A T E

Alumni


4.

AN INST IT U T IO N IN SO C IE T Y AND FO R SO C IE T Y

C O N T R I B U T I O N T O S O C I A L DEB A T E

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INITIATIVES

E SAD E SO CIAL R E SPO N SIBILITY MASTE R PLAN CO LLABO R ATIO N W ITH CE N TR AL AME R ICAN UN IV E R SITIE S ( UCA) UN IV E R SITY D E V E LO PME N T SE R V ICE ( SUD ) ALUMN I G IV IN G BACK CO LLABO R ATIO N AG R E E ME N TS W ITH TH IR D -SE CTO R O R G AN ISATIO N S

4.

SO CIAL E N TR E PR E N E UR SH IP ( MO ME N TUM PR O JE CT)

C O N T R I B U T I O N T O S O C I A L DEB A T E

IN STITUTE F O R SO CIAL IN N O V ATIO N


PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP AND CREATE A BETTER FUTURE.

4.

AN INST IT U T IO N T H AT INSP IR E S AN D E DU C AT E S

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05 ANNEXES


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ESADE BOARD OF TRUSTEES PRESIDENT

MEMBERS

Joaquín Uriach Torelló

Maite Barrera Xaubet Salvador Busquets Vila

VICE PRESIDENT Xavier Torra Balcells

Germán Castejón Fernández Ramón Forn Argimon Jaume Guardiola Romojaro

Josep Milà Mallafré, S.J.

Luis Javier Herrero Borque Josep Miralles Massanes, S.J. Tomás Muniesa Arantegui Pedro Navarro Martínez Joan M. Nin Gènova Jaime Oraá Oraá, S.J. Isabel Pagonabarraga Mora Ramón Pascual de Sans Llorenç Puig Puig, S.J. Pere Viñolas Serra

5 . A N N EX ES

SECRETARY


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FUNDACIÓ ESADE ASSEMBLY OF MEMBERS ORGANISATIONS Accenture

Everis

Icl Iberia

Agrolimen

EY

Iss Facilty Services

Alfa consulting

Fluidra

Lucta

Allianz

Freixenet

Kpmg

Arag

Fujitsu

Metalogenia

Aramark

Fundación bancaria “la Caixa”

Miguel Torres

Axis corporate

Fundación banco Sabadell

Nestlé España

Banco sabadell

Fundación Caja de Ingenieros

Penteo

Bbva

Fundación Damm

Reig Patrimonia

Caixabank

Fundación pwc

Roca Corporación empresarial

Magriñà Veciana, Lluís

Cámara oficial de comercio,

Fundación Jesús Serra/ Grupo catalana

Santander

Pérez Farguell, Xavier

industria, servicios y navegación de

Occidente

Seat

Barcelona

Fundación Puig

Sellbytel

Caprabo

Unibail-rodamco

Raventós Negra, Manuel

Fundación Ramón Areces

Cementos molins

Fundación Repsol

Werfen Group

Soler Pujol, Joan Manuel

Coca cola iberian partners

Gas natural Fenosa

Danone

Grupo Indukern

Deloitte

Grupo Mahou San Miguel

Desigual

Grupo Mémora

Elecnor

Grupo Zurich en España

Esteve

IBM

Brugera Clavero, Juan José Castejón Fernández, Germán Fábregas Vidal, Pere-A. Fontana García, Pedro Gallardo Ballart, Jorge Guarner Muñoz, Francisco Khalo Glykidis, Esteban

Puig Puig, Llorenç S.J.

Trias Sagnier, Miguel Tuñi Vancells, Oriol S.J.

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INDIVIDUALS


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ESADE PROFESSIONAL COUNCIL Juan Arena Founder and member of SERES Executive Board President of ESADE Professional Council

María Garaña Managing Director EMEA Google

Maite Arango Vice President of Administration Board Grupo VIPS

Cristina Garmendia Partner Ysios Capital Partners

Maite Barrera President Bluecap Management Consulting

Juan Lladó Vice-president and CEO Grupo Técnicas Reunidas

Anna M.ª Birulés President Alta Business Services

Iván Martén Senior Partner & Managing Director The Boston Consulting Group

Fernando Conte President Parkia María Ángeles Delgado Director General for Iberia (Spain and Portugal) Fujitsu Mónica de Oriol President Net4Things Juan Ignacio Entrecanales Vicepresident Acciona

D. Juan Antonio Zufiria CEO Europa IBM

REPRESENTING ESADE Eugenia Bieto Director General, ESADE

D. Vicente Moreno President Fundación Accenture

Pedro Navarro Executive Vice President, ESADE Board of Trustees

Manuel Raventós President Raventós i Blanc

José M. De La Villa Secretary ESADE Professional Council

Francisco Román CEO Vodafone España Fernando Ruiz President Deloitte Carina Szpilka Vicepresident of Comité Español UNICEFC

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Luis Conde President Seeliger y Conde

Joaquín Uirach Torelló President Grupo Uriach


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Abertis Infraestructuras

Crowe Horwath Legal y Tributario

Gas Natural Fenosa

Osborne Clark España

Marta Casas

Jordi Bech Sanz

Manuel García Cobaleda

David Miranda

Abogacía General del Estado en Barcelona

Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira, SLP

Gómez Acebo & Pombo Abogados, SLP

Pedrosa Lagos

Daniel Marín

Eduardo Pedrosa

Severo Bueno de Sitjar de Togares

Raimon Segura

Grant Thornton

Agencia Tributaria, Delegación en Barcelona

PepsiCo

Danone, SA

Aurora Sanz

Joan Rigau

Iberdrola

Pérez-Llorca Abogados, S.L.P. y CIA

José Miguel Alcolea Cantos

Gerard Serra Trullàs

Decanato de los Registradores de la Propiedad,

Inspección de Trabajo de Cataluña

Mercantiles y de Bienes Muebles de Cataluña

Puig, SL

M. Luz Bataller Cifuentes

Marta Sulé Salvado

Luís Alfredo Suárez

Inspección Provincial de Trabajo y Seguridad Social

PwC Tax & Legal

Rosa Santos

Valeri Viladrich

Jacobs Douwe Egberts ES, SLU

Roca Junyent, S.L.P.

Cristina Crespo

Joan Roca

Gonzalo David Garcia de Castro AGM Abogados Jordi Rovira Esteve Arasa & De Miquel – Euroforo Rosa Mª Arasa

Natalia Berenguer

Baker & McKenzie, S.L.P.

Deloitte Legal

Montse Llopart

Ignacio Sanjurjo

BDO Abogados y Asesores Tributarios, S.L.

Escuela Judicial

Jausas Legal y Tributario, S.L.P.

Rousaud Costas Duran

Adolfo Soria

Gema Espinosa

Nieves Briz

Adolf Rousaud

Clifford Chance, S.L.P.

EY (Ernst & Young Abogados)

KPMG S.A.

SEAT

Susana Añoveros

Simeon García-Nieto Nubiola/ José Luis Prada Larrea

Montse Trapé

Luis Comas

CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo

Fiscalía Superior de Cataluña

“la Caixa”

Tribunal Arbitral de Barcelona

José María Rojí

José Mª Romero de Tejada

Ignacio Redondo Andreu

Rafael Espino

MANGO

Uría Menéndez, S.L.P.

Francisco Fontan

Eduard Geli

Manubens & Asociados S.L.P.

Vialegis Asesores Legales y Tributarios

Carles Manubens

Francisco Peláez c

Colegio Notarial de Cataluña

Font Asesores Fiscales SL

Joan Carles Ollé/ D.José Alberto Marín Sánchez

Jordi Font Bardía Garrigues, S.L.P. Fernando Rey

5 . A N N EX ES

LAW SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL COUNCIL


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BUSINESS SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

Maite Arango Vicepresident of management board Grupo VIPS (Mexico–Spain) Sergio Bertolucci Former Director of Research & Scientific Computing, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) (Italy) Hans-paul Buerkner Chairman, The Boston Consulting Group (Germany) Cheryl Campbell Vicepresident sénior of Gobierno Estratégico Global de CGI Federal (Estados Unidos)

Javier Ferran Partner Lion Capital (United Kingdom), Ex CEO Bacardí (United States) Antonio Garrigues Walker Honorary President of Garrigues and President of the Garrigues Foundation (Spain) Enrique V. Iglesias Former Secretary General, Secretaría General Iberoamericana – SEGIB (Uruguay) Ibrahim Khashoggi CEO, Maan Aljasser & Co. (Saudi Arabia) Rajesh Krishnamurthy Presidente – Infosys (India) Christine Lagarde (on leave) Managing Director, International Monetary Fund - IMF (France)

Andrea Cuomo Executive Vice President, Advanced Systems Technology and Special Projects, STMicroelectronics Chairman of 3Sun and Chairman of the ECSEL Governing Board (Switzerland)

Enrique Lores Presidente de Imaging & Printing Solutions de HP (España)

George Daly Former Dean, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University (United States) Honorary President, ESADE Challenge Board

Javier Solana President, ESADEgeo - Center for Global Economy & Geopolitics (Spain) Former European Union’s High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Secretary General of the Council of the European Union, and Secretary General of NATO.

Soumitra Dutta Decano del Cornell SC Johnson College of Business (United States)

REPRESENTING ESADE Eugenia Bieto Director General, ESADE

Jordi Brunat Director of Executive Education, ESADE

Josep Franch Dean of the Business School, ESADE

Carlo M. Gallucci Vice-Rector for International Relations and Students, Ramon Llull University

Jonathan Wareham Dean of Faculty and Research, ESADE

Bernard Ramanantsoa Former Dean, HEC School of Management (France)

Herman Uscategui International Business Development Consultant Board Chair OneWorld Now (United States)

5 . A N N EX ES

Antonio Pérez President, ESADE International Advisory Board Special Advisor to the Board of Directors, Eastman Kodak Company (United States)


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Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) The Association of MBAs (AMBA) Business Association of Latin American Studies (BALAS) The Global Alliance in Management Education (CEMS) Consejo Latinoamericano de Escuelas de Administraciรณn (CLADEA) Center for Transnational Legal Studies (CTLS) European Academy of Business in Society (ABIS) European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration (EDAMBA) European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) European foundation for management Development (EFMD) European Law Faculties Association (ELFA) Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) European Doctoral School on Knowledge and Management (EUDOKMA) Global Business School Network (GBSN) Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) International Association of Jesuit Business Schools (IAJBS) International Association of Law Schools (IALS) International Bar Association (IBA) Partnership in International Management (PIM) Innovation intelligence and Networking (SCIENCE l BUSINESS) Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN) The Joint Certificate in International and Business Law (THEMIS) International University Consortium for Executive Education (UNICON)

5 . A N N EX ES

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS TO WHICH ESADE BELONGS


CORPORATE PRESENTATION

LIST OF CEMS NETWORK MEMBERS

Aalto University School of Business, Finland

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Bocconi University, Italy

Norwegian School of Economics, Norway

Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal

Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands

ESADE Business School, Spain

Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden

Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo-FGV, Brazil

The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

Graduate School of Management, St Petersburg State University, Russia

The University of Sydney Business School, Australia

HEC School of Management Paris, France

Tsinghua SEM, China

HKUST (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Business School, Hong Kong

UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, Ireland

Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile

Ivey Business School, Ontario, Canada

University of Cologne, Germany

Keio University, Japan

University of Economics, Czech Republic

Koç University Graduate School of Business, Turkey

University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Korea University Business School, South Korea

Vienna University of Economics & Business, Austria

Louvain School of Management, Belgium

Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

5 . A N N EX ES

CEMS MEMBERS


CORPORATE PRESENTATION

LIST OF CTLS MEMBERS

FOUNDING CTLS MEMBERS

CTLS MEMBERS

Georgetown University – United States

Amsterdam Law School – Netherlands

The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London – United Kingdom

Bucerius Law School – Germany

ESADE Law School – Spain

Católica Global School of Law – Portugal

Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Israel

Free University of Berlin – Germany

National University of Singapore – Singapore

Moscow State University – Russia

University of Fribourg – Switzerland

Peking University School of Transnational Law – China

University of Melbourne – Australia

Pontificia Universidad Javeriana – Colombia

University of Torino – Italy

Renmin University of China Law School – China

University of Toronto – Canada

Tecnológico de Monterrey – Mexico Universidad de los Andes – Colombia

University of Liège – Belgium Yonsei University Law School – South Korea

5 . A N N EX ES

University of Auckland – New Zealand


CORPORATE PRESENTATION

LIST OF THEMIS LAW NETWORK MEMBERS

THEMIS LAW NETWORK MEMBERS ESADE Law School – Spain Freie Universität Berlin – Germany St. Gallen University - Switzerland Maastricht University Faculty of Law – Netherlands Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi – Italy Université Paris-Est Créteil – France Singapore Management University School of Law – Singapore

5 . A N N EX ES

Viena University of Economics and Business – Austria


CORPORATE PRESENTATION

COMPANIES PARTICIPATING IN CUSTOM PROGRAMMES CLUB ESPAÑOL DE ENERGÍA

ABOGADOS URÍA MENÉNDEZ

CORREOS

AGRUPACIÓ

DELOITTE

ALCON

DEUTSCHE BANK

ANCECO

ECOEMBES

AUDI

EULEN

BANCA MARCH

FERROVIAL: GMP

BANCONOVO

FIA UNIVERSITY

BAYER

FUNDACIÓ MARTÍ FABRA

BBVA

GAS NATURAL FENOSA

BCG

GENERAL ATLANTIC

BIODERMA

IBERDROLA

BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM

ICEA

BUNGE

IIMB

CAIXABANK

KIBS

CANAL ISABEL II GESTIÓN

KUBS

CBRE

MAPFRE

CEPSA

NOVARTIS

CFL

ORANGE

PANASEF PFIZER PIONEER GLOBAL INVESTMENTS- BANKINTER PORSCHE PORT DE BARCELONA PPG PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS PROCTER-WELLA RED ELECTRICA DE ESPAÑA REPSOL ROCHE SEPA UNIV SHEFFIELD VERTILUX VOLVO VUELING WORLD BANK ZURICH INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.

5 . A N N EX ES

ABERTIS


ESADE Corporate Presentation - Mar 2018  

ESADE Corporate Presentation - Mar 2018

ESADE Corporate Presentation - Mar 2018  

ESADE Corporate Presentation - Mar 2018