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Why working long hours does not necessarily hurt your health
Profs. Argyro Avgoustaki and Almudena Cañibano’s research shows that reality doesn't translate into a clear-cut “extra work = decreased well-being” equation. In certain cases, it could be the opposite...
Report shows Germans have high hopes for their new government and its ability to drive forward digitalisation
ESCP’s European Center for Digital Competitiveness published its new Digitalreport, which summarizes the current digital state of Germany and shows business and political leaders have high expectation...
Fair competition plays a key role in sustainability
Global Executive PhD student Diego Abellán Martínez and Associate Dean for Research Pramuan Bunkanwanicha explain why competition law is crucial in deterring companies from misbehaving, and how to ens...
Foreign ownership: what it changes for the auditing of EU-listed firms and their governance
An increasing number of EU firms have foreign owners, who tend to resort to auditing to improve management monitoring, and in the process shape their governance, explain Prof. Paul Pronobis and his co...
A case about the drivers of digital transformation at Faurecia
ESCP Prof. Martin Kupp shed light on the digital transformation road map of this global automotive component manufacturer with MIT’s Joe Peppard.
“Refugees bring a lot to the table”
In this interview, Prof. Yi Dragon Jiang explains why she has worked closely with refugee entrepreneurs, and why she thinks they can be an asset for the countries that take them in.
Ending Tax Law’s Subsidy for Corporate Debt
By favoring debt over equity, the U.S. corporate tax code does considerable economic damage, write professor Michael Troege and Harvard's Mark Roe. Instead, they suggest we take a look at the ACE (All...
PhD student Jannsen Santana received a best paper award for his research aiming to understand unsustainable consumption rituals in collective experiences, and potentially re-design them towards more s...