Research about lying, at Utrecht University and Erasmus School of Economics, has been nominated for the Klokhuis Wetenschapsprijs 2020.
WIRED named his company one of Europe’s 100 hottest start-ups, LinkedIn identified it as the second most popular start-up to work for. However, felyx's co-founder remains remarkably down to earth.
Proponents of major sports events typically argue that these investments pay for themselves, as events generate additional economic activity and thus create new tax revenue to the host.
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.
For future welfare and equal opportunities, it is important to invest more in education, says Bas Jacobs, Professor of Public Economics.
In this article, it is explained how operations research applies mathematical analysis to solve problems and optimise processes within businesses like for example, on-demand service providers.
Peter Koudijs has been appointed as Professor in Finance and History at Erasmus School of Economics as of August 2020.
Casper de Vries, Professor of Monetary Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, wrote an opinion piece on the issue of how capital can be distributed so it ends up where it is most needed.
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?
According to Jochen Pierk, International collaboration by British businesses under the EU’s flagship research grant scheme Horizon 2020 have almost halved since the 2016 Brexit referendum.