Should we invest our money in Chinese bonds? Mary Pieterse-Bloem, Professor of Financial Markets at Erasmus School of Economics, discusses this in an edition of Pensioen Pro Live.
According to Robert Dur, Professor of Economics of Incentives and Performances at Erasmus School of Economics, budgetary rules are the key to a successful climate policy.
Erasmus School of Economics has granted first year bachelor student Anya Shichkina with the Philip Hans Franses Scholarship.
A group of involved citizens, Het Enige Nederlandse Alternatief (HENA), wants to buy a piece of HEMA and is therefore raising millions of euros from private and professional investors.
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.
The Dutch political party PVV wants to implement a VAT rate of 0% for one year to boost the economy. Peter Kavelaars explains why this plan is not as effective as you might think.
As the coronavirus turns out to be less temporary than previously expected, politicians are wrestling with the question of how long government support can continue.
Mary Pieterse-Bloem, Professor of Financial Markets at Erasmus School of Economics, makes the trade-off between risk and return and explains what the best option is for our money: saving or investing?
Thousands of billions of euros have been pumped into the European economy in recent years and the end is not yet in sight. But how long will this hold?
Minister of Finance Wopke Hoekstra and his colleague Eric Wiebes of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy launched the 20 billion National Growth Fund (Nationaal Groeifonds) on Monday 7 September 2020.