Almudena Cañibano

Madrid Campus

Almudena Cañibano is Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management at ESCP Europe, Madrid campus. Her research interests lay in the areas of organizational innovation and employment relations. She is interested in the changes that innovative HRM practices generate in organizations and studies how employees perceive, utilize, interpret, and are affected by these changes. More specifically, her current work looks at the unintended consequences of workplace flexibility, and their impact on work intensity and employee health and happiness.

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Benjamin Voyer

London Campus

Benjamin Voyer is Professor of Marketing at ESCP Europe, London campus. His main research interest focuses on consumer psychology. He is interested in applying self-construal theory (independent vs. interdependent self) to study when and why do consumers think of themselves as unique or connected individuals. Understanding and explaining individual vs. connected happiness is a topic which has recently captured his attention.

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Benoît Heilbrunn

Paris Campus

Benoît Heilbrunn is Professor of Marketing at ESCP Europe, Paris campus. His wide interest for human sciences allows him to articulate an analysis on the ideological aspects of consumer and brand society. He’s very much interested in the various dimensions of material culture and mainly to objects, logos and visual identities. More specifically, he is currently working on a broad analysis related to happiness in our material and experiential societies.

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Carlos Casanueva

Madrid Campus

Carlos Casanueva is Professor of Finance and Director of the ESCP MSc of International Strategy & Consulting at ESCP Europe, Madrid campus. His main research activities are related to Financial Markets and Leadership & Management in Financial Institutions and Service Oriented Companies. Currently, he is particularly interested in cultural transformation in the Spanish Financial Sector and in other service oriented industries.

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Charlotte Gaston-Breton


Charlotte Gaston-Breton is Associate Professor of Marketing at ESCP Europe, Madrid campus. Her research focus is on consumer psychology. Former projects have concentrated on consumer decision process and she recently moved to projects related to its emotional component. She is currently studying what are the individual and situational dimensions that might influence consumer happiness in order to propose a better measure of individual happiness.

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Isabella Soscia

SKEMA Business School

Isabella Soscia is Professor of Marketing at SKEMA research center. Her research interests deal with the study of emotions and decision. Recently, she wrote a book on emotions and consumption but she is also interested by the role of emotions in other contexts. For instance, jointly with Richard Bagozzi (member of the Research Center), they are starting a research project about the impact of emotional drivers on salesperson performance as well as student performance.

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London Campus Experts

The London campus covers over 4,000 square metres, with the main part of the building dating back to Victorian times. There are twelve lecture rooms with seating capacities ranging from 20-150 people, and four breakout/seminar rooms.

In 2014 we added a dedicated Executive Education Suite to our teaching space, providing four additional lecture rooms. Computers are available for student use in the library, BNP Paribas Trading Room and computer room, with a total of 63 computers and three printers. Wi-fi is also available in most of the building.

Amenities include a student lounge, learning resource centre, the campus cafe and a function space, the latter of which features a magnificent fireplace and stained glass window. The Chapel (so called because it was a place of worship back when our building was an ecclesiastical college) has the original vaulted ceiling and stained glass windows. The central courtyard provides an oasis within the School.

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