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The Single Income Tax: is it an answer to Britain's economic prayers?
Tuesday 22 May 2012  (London Academic News)

The Single Income Tax: is it an answer to Britain's economic prayers?

The 2020 Tax Commission, of which Prof. Anthony J. Evans is a member, published a 400-page report today on how to boost the UK economy via tax reforms.

Companies don’t pay taxes – but employees, owners and customers do
Tuesday 22 May 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Companies don’t pay taxes – but employees, owners and customers do

"One of the main arguments against corporation tax in its present form is that people do not understand how it works," says Prof. Anthony J. Evans.

Minimum booze prices miss benefits: Raising a glass can increase your pay
Thursday 17 May 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Minimum booze prices miss benefits: Raising a glass can increase your pay

"Just because an activity has [health and social] costs does not mean it should be discouraged," says Prof. Anthony J. Evans.

'Environmental Liability Risk: a Pressing Issue for Energy Companies'
Wednesday 16 May 2012  (London Institutional News)

'Environmental Liability Risk: a Pressing Issue for Energy Companies'

On 24th April 2012, the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) ESCP Europe Business School hosted its conference.

Raise our low interest rates now or this ticking time bomb will explode
Wednesday 09 May 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Raise our low interest rates now or this ticking time bomb will explode

"Under what conditions would it be appropriate for the Bank of England to begin normalising the policy rate?" asks Prof. Anthony J. Evans.

International Food Night - a great success!
Friday 04 May 2012  (London Student News)

International Food Night - a great success!

Students at the London campus hosted a wonderful evening of global cuisine on 26th April.

Double-dip alarm is premature and politically driven
Tuesday 01 May 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Double-dip alarm is premature and politically driven

Prof. Anthony J. Evans thinks we should view the latest GDP figures with a little more cynicism.

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