Are you game?
New faculty member Wouter Vergote co-authored the new, comprehensively-updated edition of Prajit Dutta’s widely-used introduction to game theory and its applications.
The QS 2023 thematic ranking recognizes 4 ESCP programmes
These thematic rankings demonstrate the excellence of ESCP programmes in all segments.
Ninth Edition of the ESCP Finance Society Banking Trek in London and Paris
For the first time since COVID-19, the Banking Trek took place at the offices of participating institutions.
The leadership of tomorrow: how to effectively lead in healthcare
Three leaders in the healthcare industry explain to ESCP students their different takes on what makes a person a good leader.
City dwellers are willing to pay for sustainable drainage systems
That is how much urban residents value the ecosystem services provided by these systems, research by Daniel Johnson and Sylvie Geisendorf shows.
Executive Education 2020-2022: Learnings from Fully Remote Delivery
Now that face-to-face delivery of technical, leadership, and change management learning is once again possible, it is important to reflect on what we have achieved and learned since 2020. The pandemic...
ESCP Business School’s Master in Management ranked fifth worldwide by the Financial Times
Out of the 100 institutions ranked by the Financial Times in 2022, ESCP Business School earned fifth place worldwide for its Master in Management programme, climbing two places from the previous year.
Burnt-out? Understanding the worker’s mind with Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki
In this episode of the Her Voice podcast, professor Argyro Avgoustaki gives us a clearer view on the impact of our work cultures on employee well-being.
Gorgi Krlev wins ISTR’s Civil Society Impact Research Award
The new faculty member was rewarded for his contribution to putting social innovation and social entrepreneurship on the German policy agenda.
REINVENTING WORK CHAIR
When Research comes alive
Bringing together academics and professionals
How banks rebalance their loan portfolios in a context of sovereign debt crisis
Professor Jaime Luque proposes a model to understand how repo markets propagate shocks that induce banks to reallocate their cross-border loan exposures by geographic region and asset type.
ESCP launches third edition of impact papers addressing the current geopolitical emergency
After the success of its first two impact papers series, ESCP Business School is proud to publish a new one: “Geopolitics and Global Business Impact”.
Why some businesses prefer cash over credit lines
How do firms trade off between their own cash reserves and bank credit lines to meet their needs? One overlooked determinant of this financing choice is customer risk, according to a new study by Prof...
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Dynamic, internationally appealing, business centre and Italian lifestyle, Turin is the next step in your training and career....