Ian asks: With the final whistle blown on Euro 2012 – as well as on the eZonomics Cup-o-nomics campaign – what are the main lessons from the tournament about managing money better?
As the final game in the Euro 2012 approaches, look back at our series about football and managing money.
Lessons from decision-making in sport can apply to other parts of life, according to about three-quarters – or 76% – of respondents to the latest eZonomics online poll.
ING is caught up in the Euro 2012 “football fever”, with senior economist Ian Bright explaining the sport is more than just a game.
Behavioural economics unit Ideas42 have released a new white paper
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The BBC’s well-known documentary show Horizon has devoted a show