ESCP Europe (London); Mercatus Center at George Mason University.
Market-Based Management; Monetary Theory and Business Cycles; Transition Economies.
His research interests are corporate entrepreneurship, monetary theory and transitional markets. He has published in journals such as Eastern European Economics, Constitutional Political Economy and The Review of Austrian Economics, and his co-authored book “The Neoliberal Revolution in Eastern Europe: Economic Ideas in the Transition from Communism” was published in 2009 by Edward Elgar. He has authored policy papers for the Conservative Party, European Investment Fund, Financial Reporting Council and the Competition Commission on a range of market-process issues, and has conducted applied research projects with a number of corporate sponsors. Evans received his MA and Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University, USA, and a BA (Hons) from the University of Liverpool, UK.
“I was honored to take part in Prof. Evans’ lectures. It is truly interesting to have the opportunity to listen to a globally renowned expert here in Croatia. I especially admired Prof. Evans’ energy, which enabled him to introduce us to Managerial Economics & Quantitative Methods with ease. ” Mladen Knezevic, Sales and Marketing Director at Laguna Novigrad