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.
Do you want to know more about our experts' opinions on current topics such as Brexit? Have a look at our dossiers.
Stefan Stremersch, Professor of Marketing at Erasmus School of Economics, is the winner of the MOAward for Insights Scientist of 2020.
What can starters do to increase their job opportunities? And is the high unemployment among this group really reason for concern?
In an opinion article, Assistant Professors Jochen Pierk and Ferdinand Elfers of Erasmus School of Economics describe an EU-wide institutional failure behind the Wirecard accounting scandal.
In May 2019, Prof. Dr. Victor Bekkers signed the ‘Green Deal Aquathermie’ on behalf of Erasmus University Rotterdam.
The gap between the real economy and the financial markets rarely seemed this big. Patrick Verwijmeren, explains this phenomenon in an interview with De Volkskrant.
As a result of WERKonderzoek 2019, Robert Dur, Professor of Economics of Incentives and Performances, argues that there should be more variety in rewards for employees.
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.
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.
Dr. Asya Pisarevskaya, dr. William Voorberg and prof. dr. Peter Scholten of the Erasmus University Rotterdam participate in a newly awarded a European Horizon 2020 project: SPRING.