On the occasion of the EU summit at Versailles, Jérôme Creel suggests an alternative to deal with the economic consequences of the war in Ukraine and to build a “European defence.”
Prof. Vincent Smith discusses a column in The Economist saying ‘Polexit’ is unlikely but missing a few points, including recovery from Covid in Hungary and the impact of the war in Ukraine.
Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki discusses an article that blames the ‘Great Resignation’ on overwork, which has increased during the Covid-19 era.
Although the first climate stress test in the euro area has not really grasped the scale and the true nature of the risks climate change will pose to the economy and businesses, it confirms the need to take them seriously, say Profs. Aurélien Acquier and Jérôme Creel.
Prof. Ghislain Deslandes reviews a book which takes a critical look at some of the modern-day practices of the gig economy.
PhD candidate Yaëlle Amsallem argues that the movie’s script is not very different from what is happening today.
Prof. Rand Gerges-Yammine comments on a video by The Economist showing how covid-19 is boosting innovation.
As one internet user said over a decade ago, “If you are not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold.”
ESCP Prof. Andreas Kaplan draws upon his past research on Second Life and virtual worlds to reflect on the potential consequences of Facebook’s Metaverse.
Prof. Christophe Thibierge analyses Emmanuel Faber’s dismissal from the shareholders’ point of view thanks to a new tool which could prove useful.
International oil economist Mamdouh G Salameh reacts upon the IEA’s claim that the global energy crisis has nothing to do with Europe’s energy transition plans.