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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A multidisciplinary research team, including Jurian Edelenbos from the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, has been awarded a ZonMw COVID-19 research grant.
Research shows that European private wealth investors invest significantly more in assets with high sustainability ratings.
The Dutch economy took its biggest-ever hit from the global coronavirus pandemic as lockdowns brought activity in the country to a standstill, data showed on Friday 14 August 2020.
A group of international researchers draw on their collective expertise on how the Covid-19 pandemic changes assumptions on the human life course.
Forbes interviewed Professor Ansgar Richter, dean of RSM to conversate about the role of business schools to provide global solutions.
The negative effects of the coronavirus on the European economy have been apparent for some time and recent GDP figures confirm a historic fall in the eurozone economy.
Recently, much attention is paid to the influence of the social loan system for students, introduced in 2015, on their financial certainty.
Research co-written by Marcus Rösch, PhD candidate at the department of Applied Economics of Erasmus School of Economics, finds that beauty matters for electoral success in plurality elections.
Sociologist Illias El Hadioui argues that schools should compose their summerschool programmes based on scientific insights.
Teresa Bago d’Uva and Pilar García-Gómez, have researched differences in rank and salary between female and male, as well as Dutch and non-Dutch academic staff at Erasmus School of Economics.