The 2021 Nobel prize rewards many new results in labor and education economics, and, most importantly, for advancing economics as an experimental science, that can reveal causality, and not only correlation.
There’s a lot of buzz on sustainability practices in business, but much of today’s discourse and research on sustainability in business has focused on the “formal” economic sector. Stefan Gröschl sought to expand this research by exploring sustainability activities in informal economies.
In this special issue, discover the insights of ESSEC professors on how we can use the challenges our world is facing to build a better world.
Gorkem Celik on how the research of the 2020 Nobel prize in economics laureates applies to the real world.
Who lies more: business students or medical students? It depends on the type of lie. Radu Vranceanu of ESSEC Business School and Damien Besancenot of University of Paris 5 explore the question in their recent research.
Big Little Questions to Rethink Poverty: On the contribution of Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer
Dr. Estefania Santacreu-Vasut discusses the methodological revolution in economics and the recent Nobel prize of Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer.