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Tuesday 17 January 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Voices of The Eurozone

Lucy Mair of The Gateway asked three ESCP Europe students to share their perspectives on the the debt crisis and its impact on young people.

Do not blame Opec for a rise in the price of oil
Tuesday 17 January 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Do not blame Opec for a rise in the price of oil

"It is impossible for any supplier to set prices – only the market can," says Prof. Evans in this week's City AM column.

To QE or not to QE? The market has spoken
Monday 16 January 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

To QE or not to QE? The market has spoken

"Here's what the UK's business brains have to say about the Bank of England's decision to freeze interest rates yet again, and their thoughts on the economic sticking plaster that is its quantitative easing strategy."

We're the 100 per cent because we all pay tax
Tuesday 10 January 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

We're the 100 per cent because we all pay tax

It is wrong to believe that rich companies can simply employ legal experts and avoid paying taxes, and it’s wrong to think that those who are out of work do not suffer from high tax burdens.

Central bankers aren't to blame for the crisis
Wednesday 04 January 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Central bankers aren't to blame for the crisis

The conventional story of the credit crunch is that following the dot-com boom the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates, creating an inflationary debt-fuelled boom that manifested itself in housing. But is the Fed to blame?

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