Those who grow up in a socially disadvantaged neighbourhood earn considerably less in the future than those who grew up in a better neighbourhood. This follows from research by Bastian Ravesteijn.
Almost all our products are produced abroad. We only produce very little ourselves. And the corona crisis has made this dependency even clearer. Have we become too dependent on other countries?
PhD candidate Joaquim Vidiella Martin has accepted a two-year post-doctorate offer from University of Oxford.
As a result of WERKonderzoek 2019, Robert Dur, Professor of Economics of Incentives and Performances, argues that there should be more variety in rewards for employees.
The number of Dutch people who earn more than their parents has decreased in recent years. In Scandinavia however, we saw another trend: here, the level of welfare has been maintained.
With the launch of Erasmus Centre for Health Economics Rotterdam (EsCHER), Erasmus University Rotterdam bundles the unique and leading expertise of over 100 health economists.
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Dr Niels Rietveld of Erasmus School of Economics an ERC Starting Grant.
Research by Bas Karreman, Zhiling Wang, and Frank van Oort, shows that the student loan system does not affect the choice to study, but does influence the choice of study.
Research co-written by Marcus Rösch, PhD candidate at the department of Applied Economics of Erasmus School of Economics, finds that beauty matters for electoral success in plurality elections.
Teresa Bago d’Uva and Pilar García-Gómez, have researched differences in rank and salary between female and male, as well as Dutch and non-Dutch academic staff at Erasmus School of Economics.