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How regulation can prevent shortages of critical supplies during a pandemic
A new theoretical model offers insights for policymakers to design effective and easy-to-implement supply-chain regulations to ensure the distribution of critical supplies during emergency situations.
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.
Learning from how the German car industry has turned its sustainability around
Florian Wissuwa & Christian Durach studied the measures taken to facilitate the implementation of ‘sustainable supply chain management’ practices after the ‘dieselgate’, thereby designing a framework ...
Do the weekly shop as a couple and you’ll buy more junk food
Research by Prof. Robert Wilken, Elena Stimmer and PhD candidate David Bürgin finds partners act as ‘accomplices’ when shopping and buy more biscuits and crisps!
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.
Bank-firm relationships, competition and asymmetric information
Nicolas Taillet, PhD candidate in the PhD programme ESCP, publicly defended his PhD thesis in Management Sciences [Supervised by Prof. Michael Troege - ESCP Business School]
How economies can stay ahead in the global race for talent
Sebastian Baldermann and Stefan Schmid explain how companies and governments hoping to retain and attract increasingly mobile, qualified individuals can improve their position in the global race for t...
"Talk more about your failure"
Founders are increasingly writing long blog posts about their failures. Researchers Christoph Seckler and Erik Schäfer explain in an interview what this means and what the posts should look like.