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Prof. Ben Voyer discusses the UK's pound shop boom
Thursday 13 December 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Prof. Ben Voyer discusses the UK's pound shop boom

They've been a fixture on the British high street for a long time, but pound shops are racing ahead while other companies are falling by the recession's wayside.

Immunising entrepreneurs from the market won't plug the funding gap
Tuesday 11 December 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Immunising entrepreneurs from the market won't plug the funding gap

"Surveys routinely suggest that entrepreneurs believe there is a lack of credit. This is like musicians saying that there is a lack of record deals," says Prof. Anthony J. Evans.

For Starbucks in Britain, a skinny tax bill?
Friday 07 December 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

For Starbucks in Britain, a skinny tax bill?

Prof. Jeremy Baker shares yet more insight in to the corporate tax story dominating the British headlines, this time in the Washington Post.

Catch up: Anthony J Evans in City AM
Tuesday 04 December 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Catch up: Anthony J Evans in City AM

Prof Evans has been looking at quantitive easing and the Bank of England in his regular City AM column.

ESCP Europe Professors on the UK tax scandal
Tuesday 04 December 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

ESCP Europe Professors on the UK tax scandal

Two of our faculty have been commenting on one of the biggest current news stories in the British media.

The austerity myth: Why the government is counting on unrealistic growth
Tuesday 30 October 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

The austerity myth: Why the government is counting on unrealistic growth

"Some argue that austerity caused the double dip recession. Others say that austerity isn't even happening." Prof. Evans discusses which is true...

This year's Nobel economists have transplanted theory into good practice
Tuesday 23 October 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

This year's Nobel economists have transplanted theory into good practice

"As is often the case, the pioneers of market design are humble about the limits," says Prof. Anthony J. Evans

Reckitt's Veet Makes Hair Apparent for Women in China
Thursday 11 October 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Reckitt's Veet Makes Hair Apparent for Women in China

Prof. Voyer discusses the marketing of hair-removal products in new territories.

It takes more than well-intentioned legislation to truly help the poor
Thursday 04 October 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

It takes more than well-intentioned legislation to truly help the poor

Prof. Evans considers the raise in the minimum wage and says: "If you want low skilled people to earn more, you can't ignore the consequences of pay deals that force wages above their market rate."

Frustrating UK tax quirks can easily mean missed mortgage payments
Tuesday 25 September 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Frustrating UK tax quirks can easily mean missed mortgage payments

Prof. Evans argues that the UK PAYE tax system places, "significant burdens on taxpayers, and are a major reason why simpler, flatter taxes would be fairer."

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