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Financial markets aren't like casinos – but they aspire to their condition
Friday 27 April 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Financial markets aren't like casinos – but they aspire to their condition

In this week's City AM column, Prof. Evans explains how hard it is to convert uncertainty into risk.

Supersize Charity Shops Feed Rising Demand
Wednesday 25 April 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Supersize Charity Shops Feed Rising Demand

Prof. Jeremy Baker speaks to Sky News about the rise of the uber charity shop on our high streets.

What the sinking of the Titanic can teach us about financial regulations
Tuesday 17 April 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

What the sinking of the Titanic can teach us about financial regulations

Prof. Anthony J. Evans argues that being cautious can, in some cases, lead to yet more disaster.

Why Britain's income tax system is already astonishingly progressive
Wednesday 11 April 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Why Britain's income tax system is already astonishingly progressive

"You may say that the rich should pay even more and the poor even less. But it strikes me that such proclamations should be built on an awareness of the status quo," says Prof. Anthony J. Evans.

Petrol shortages show that, for once, fuel prices were too low last week
Tuesday 03 April 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Petrol shortages show that, for once, fuel prices were too low last week

Prof. Anthony J. Evans turns his attentions to last week's panic buying at filling stations.

How Jose Mourinho became football's most marketable manager
Monday 02 April 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

How Jose Mourinho became football's most marketable manager

Prof. Chris Halliburton discusses the 'brand strength' of the highest-paid football manager in the business.

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