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Grace Segran


Grace Segran is a writer and editor at INSEAD

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Leadership & Organisations

Women social entrepreneurs driven by impact rather than scal

Many women are turning to social entrepreneurship because they tend to work more with their hearts, says American serial social entrepreneur and Ashoka Fellow Christina Jordan.

Leadership & Organisations

Narrowing the gender gap in Malaysia

A look at how policy and advocacy initiatives have helped narrow the gender gap in Malaysia.

Leadership & Organisations

Gender discrimination in India: a reality check

Despite the positive developments for women in India -- increased visibility in the public sphere, presence of women in the labour force across international borders and lower fertility rates--gender discrimination not only persists but also has seen little decline.


Venture creation: a new form of entrepreneurship?

INSEAD alum Fabian Hansmann (MBA '06D) has taken a novel approach to entrepreneurship. His organisation identifies opportunities and builds a team, but then matches business ideas and opportunities with aspiring entrepreneurs and also tries to raise funding.
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Economics & Finance

Getting back to basics in a world of luxury

As China's middle class expands, does consumption behaviour change? According to Sir David Tang, founder of Shanghai Tang, consumption behaviour doesn't shift with economic development; it is only perceived to do so.

Economics & Finance

Exploring the consequences

While China and India dominate headlines for their growth potential, there's opportunities brewing in other geographies. Grace Segran reports from The Economist’s Emerging Markets Summit in London.