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Who says big can't be beautiful?
Friday 21 September 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Who says big can't be beautiful?

"Organisations that fail to take big data seriously will not only be at a competitive disadvantage, but also less innovative and productive and unable to offer their customers the added value they crave."

Friday 21 September 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Culture Club

The Financial Times profiles ESCP Europe Master in Management graduate Laure Kraemer.

Fiscal stimulus: Too much of a good thing can prove a country's undoing
Tuesday 18 September 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Fiscal stimulus: Too much of a good thing can prove a country's undoing

Prof. Evans argues that, "a stimulus is no longer a stimulus when it becomes the norm" in today's City AM.

Banking regulations can be costly: Sometimes it pays to be loyal and lazy
Tuesday 11 September 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Banking regulations can be costly: Sometimes it pays to be loyal and lazy

Prof. Evans considers the benefits of sticking with a bank rather than constantly searching for better deals.

Catch up: Anthony Evans in City AM
Wednesday 29 August 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Catch up: Anthony Evans in City AM

Prof. Evans considers the Premier League, road safety, and the new UK legislation which requires shops to hide tobacco products.

Enjoying the Olympics and criticising their cost are two separate debates
Tuesday 07 August 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Enjoying the Olympics and criticising their cost are two separate debates

"How we fund an event, and the cultural pleasure we get from viewing that event, are separate debates," says Anthony in last week's City AM column.

Tax and morality: Complicated laws make gaming the system inevitable
Tuesday 24 July 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Tax and morality: Complicated laws make gaming the system inevitable

"The tax code is never neutral and can alter behaviour in ways that legislators never intended. Indeed, I believe this is at the heart of the debate about tax avoidance," says Prof Anthony J. Evans

Creative destruction means corporate giants rarely outlast their usefulness
Monday 23 July 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Creative destruction means corporate giants rarely outlast their usefulness

"Consumers shouldn't fear corporate giants – these behemoths should be fearful of becoming the next Kodak," says Prof. Anthony J. Evans

Apply your conscience creatively
Friday 20 July 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Apply your conscience creatively

The Independent features our students' work in Uganda alongside The Great Generation...

Catch up: Prof. Evans in City AM
Tuesday 10 July 2012  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Catch up: Prof. Evans in City AM

Anthony tackles the current hot topics: the Barcalys scandal, austerity, and the science of money supplies.

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