Recently, much attention is paid to the influence of the social loan system for students, introduced in 2015, on their financial certainty.
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.
Similar to the situation during the financial crisis more than a decade ago, banks experience significant macroeconomic shocks during the current corona crisis.
Myrthe van den Reek, Master student in Econometrics at Erasmus School of Economics, has been elected 'CEO for One Month' of the Adecco Group Netherlands in a global competition.
One of the effects of the early 2020 Coronavirus pandemic, is that online teaching experiences a boost in virtually all disciplines.
It is the first time that the government gives a comprehensive overview of the total tax payments of 155 Dutch multinationals. From now on, this will be done every year, starting with 2016.
Mary Pieterse-Bloem, Professor of Financial Markets, explains on the Dutch radio station BNR Nieuwsradio how this new pension system will affect the investment policy of pension funds.
When Bas Jacobs looks at the economy and the current figures, shivers run down his spine. In a podcast by Brainwash, Jacobs tells us how he feels about the current situation and public policy.
The United Kingdom made a tax claim of €141 million against Unilever. According to the British tax authorities, this money was wrongly paid in taxes to the Netherlands.