EUR in the news
Our academics regularly appear in the media to share the insights of their research with a broader audience, or to give their opinion on current news topics. Below, you will find an overview of media appearances of our researchers.
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Policy to prevent the coronavirus from spreading is often presented as a trade-off between the healthcaresector and the economy. But is this really true?
Warsha Jagroep studies how age-friendly environments can be created for elderly migrants, which support and stimulate them to remain physically active.
Since the outbreak of the corona crisis, consumers have turned to local businesses more often.
Professor of Economics of Taxation Peter Kavelaars appeared at a broadcast of BNR Nieuwsradio to discuss the arguments surrounding a decision of the Dutch minister of Social Affairs and Employment.
Thomas Peeters, Sports Economist at Erasmus School of Economics, elaborates on the increasingly common phenomenon of football players taking a large share in football clubs.
In an interview with Studio Erasmus, Lans Bovenberg explains why a new approach towards the economy is necessary, what should change in the current society, and how we can achieve this.
By whom are the recommended rules of conduct by the government in the corona crisis actually followed? Merel van Hulsen, Kirsten Rohde, and Job van Exel researched conducted research after this.
In the MyEnergy2050 podcast Darren McCauley talks about his research on energy justice, the possibilities of Covid-19 for a faster energy transition and Darren’s aspirations to make societal impact.
Bas Jacobs, Professor of Public Economics, argues in an article from Trouw and in talkshow Goedemorgen Nederland that there are better ways of increasing purchasing power of low-income employees.
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) reported the largest economic growth ever. Nevertheless, these figures do not allow us to say anything about next quarter's figures, Bas Jacobs explains.