Monday, 27 October 2014

Why the world and man do not exist

Lecture and debate with Markus Gabriel and Henk Oosterling

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

PhD defense Drs. S.M.S. Abdou (Erasmus MC)

Development of Nanoparticles Based Assays for the Direct Detection of Unamplified Nucleic Acids in Clinical Specimens

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

PhD defense Mw. drs. B. Ren (Erasmus MC)

Advanced Three-dimensional Echocardiography

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

PhD defense Mw. drs. A. Oppewal (Erasmus MC)

Measuring Physical Fitness in Older Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

PhD defense Mw. drs. O.Z. Aydin (Erasmus MC)

Chromatin Remodeling in the UV-induced DNA Damage Response

Test Alumni

EUR congratulates the following graduates:

M. Egger (Strategic Management)- G.A. van der Veen (General Management)- M. de Swart (Business Information Management)- F.F. Gornik (Entrepreneurship & New Business Venturin)- R. Roskam (Business Information Management)- J. Cuppen (Entrepreneurship & New Business Venturin)- E. Pampidi (Economics and Business)- M.S. Wolff (Economics and Business)- J.M.D. Montauban van Swijndregt (Econometrics and Management Science)- T. van Rooijen (Economics and Business)

Cheers to business lessons from the Dutch brewing industry

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

There are business lessons to be learned from the Dutch beer industry, because it seems to be one of the few industries which – in spite of domination from powerful players such as Heineken and Bavaria – has seen many individuals starting up successful new breweries. New research by PhD candidate Jochem Kroezen of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) shows that the key to successful rejuvenation in this sector is a combination of the resistance of consumers to established brewers, and building on the legacy of old breweries. Kroezen also demonstrates other industries can benefit from his findings on the revitalisation of the brewing sector.

You don’t have to choose – be 'ambidextrous'

Monday, 27 October 2014

Companies that can excel in efficiency and innovation are most successful – even in times of crisis. Such companies are called ambidextrous. New research by Associate Professor Tom Mom of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) reveals that companies can make themselves 'ambidextrous' by valuing the experience of long-tenured employees and positioning them carefully and in an unorthodox way within the organisation.

Invitation to take part in the 2014 WO Monitor

Thursday, 16 October 2014

2014 WO Monitor

You completed your education at Erasmus University Rotterdam between 2008-2010. We are interested to know about your experience of the employment market since then, and how you now look back on your University education.

Erasmus University Rotterdam is therefore participating in a Dutch study, the WO Monitor, a study into higher academic education in the Netherlands. The WO Monitor charts the entry to the employment market of graduates from Dutch universities and, retrospectively, also analyses the quality of your study and its compatibility with the employment market.