Around the globe, children’s rights are seriously affected by the coronavirus outbreak. So says Marc Dullaert, founding Chairman of the International Children’s Rights organisation KidsRights.
Aurélien Baillon, Professor of Economics of Uncertainty at Erasmus School of Economics, believes that the government deserves more than a passing grade when evaluating the corona crisis policy.
About 10 years ago, negotiations started to reform the Dutch pension system. The new plans, in which the results of investments will guide the pensions, should be approved by the end of this year.
How do people respond to the measures that countries are taking to combat COVID-19? And what impacts their compliance with said measures? We interviewed PhD student Annelot Wismans to find out.
Op schermpjes van studenten kijk je ongevraagd hun woning binnen. Soms zie ik een virtuele achtergrond van een verlichte Brooklyn Bridge en bij mij zien ze een witte muur.
Psychologist Dr. Brian P. Godor and Dr. Ruth van der Hallen are investigating coping and resiliency in young adults during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Sandra Phlippen, Assistant Professor at Erasmus School of Economics and Chief Economist at ABN Amro, talks about the negative figures of the Dutch economy at NPO Op1.
The winners of the Best Essay Award (Company: ABN AMRO) for CM2010 Communication Management.
Sophie van der Zee, Assistant Professor in the department of Applied Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, researches lie detection and gives her views on the case of Stéphane Bourgoin.
Dr. Dick van Lente (ESHCC) is an expert on the history of the atomic bomb and talks about this devastating weapon in this online lecture.