Erasmus School of Economics

Based in Rotterdam, the School has provided excellent education and produced excellent research for over a century
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The problem of inequality of opportunities

Anne Gielen gives her view on inequality of opportunities and overall inequality in an article by het Financieele Dagblad.
Anne Gielen smiling at the camera with a closed smile

Affordable Rent Act

Matthijs Korevaar expressed his concerns on the new Affordable Rent Act in an article of Trouw and BNR Nieuwsradio. Is it really affordable for low incomes?

Lans Bovenberg wins the most important economics oeuvre prize

Lans Bovenberg, emeritus professor at Erasmus School of Economics, has received the Dutch Prize for Political Economics.
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Worldwide tax avoidance

Peter Kavelaars was asked on an opinion on worldwide tax avoidance and possible regulations and solutions by the newspaper NRC.
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

Investing in watches: Is it worth your time?

Mary Pieterse-Bloem was asked her opinion in investing in watches. Is it worth your time or should you save your time for other investments?
Suitcase full of watches

International minimum tax: necessary or unnecessary?

Recently, Professor Peter Kavelaars of Erasmus School of Economics was asked for his expertise on the introduction of the global minimum tax.
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

Rising and falling on the stock market

Mary Pieterse-Bloem was a guest on an investor panel. Here she talked about the New Digital Act and the stock market.

Young people growing up in a recession often more negative about immigration

Recently, Professor Robert Dur of Erasmus School of Economics gave a lecture on the effects of a recession on young people and how they look at immigration.
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The European recovery fund

Casper de Vries was part of the economists' panel of BNR Nieuwsradio. Here he discussed many topics related to the ECB and the European recovery fund.
Casper de Vries

Black former players get fewer chances at management

Together with his co-researchers, Thomas Peeters of Erasmus School of Economics concludes that black former football players get fewer chances at management.
Thomas Peeters

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