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Master in Management
2020 Shortlists and Admissions results
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Fear of debt could limit efficacy of government support
In an article inspired by their impact paper and published researh, Prof. Michael Troege and PhD student Hiep Manh Nguyen explain that debt aversion could create huge economic problems.
Innovating Virtually: The 2020 ESCP Entrepreneurship Festival
2020 marked the 8th year of the Jean-Baptiste Say Entrepreneurship Festival, but the first time it ran entirely virtually.
The Anthropocene era: Rush for resources or preservation of common goods?
In their impact paper, Prof. Aurélien Acquier & Valentina Carbone explain that the Covid-19 pandemic is being apprehended by many experts as one of the symptoms of the new geological era characterised...
MBA in International Management
Get out of your comfort zone. Change your career path if necessary. Search for more.
Here is what Prof. Dr. Kerstin Alfes had to say in an interview about careers, how they have changed and her impression of MBA students.
Effect of consumption-context and product attributes on social value perception of luxury clothes for Indian female consumers.
This study conducted among young Indian females, sheds light on the importance of consumption-context and apparel attributes in determining the social value perception of a luxury dress.
ESCP London Campus shares insights on International Student Mobility & the Impact of the Pandemic
Sharing various research findings, Professor Mercado supports the reasons for maintaining study abroad opportunities and experiences.
Helping understand market benchmarks’ flaws
Prof. Michael Tröge studied a widely-used interest rate benchmark, demonstrating that “cheap talk” announcements by banks can credibly convey non-verifiable information and even improve the functionin...