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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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?

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

Sonia Bhalotra appointed as Professor of Health and Gender Economics

As of 1 April 2024, Dr Sonia Bhalotra has been appointed as Professor of Health and Gender Economics at Erasmus School of Economics.
Sonia Bhalotra smiling at the camera

Employees do not always openly share their real opinions about employers' diversity and inclusion policies

Researchers Anne Boring and Josse Delfgaauw of Erasmus School of Economics recently published their article on the social desirability bias in the workplace.

Investing in art

Peter Kavelaars was a guest at BNR Nieuwsradio. Here they talked about using art as an investment method. The main question is: should art be taxed?
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

Elisabeth Leduc obtains Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship

The European Commission has awarded postdoctoral researcher Elisabeth Leduc of Erasmus School of Economics a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Elisabeth Leduc

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