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?
An Interactive webinar on “Sustainable and Just Cities” was organized by the Vital Cities & Citizens (VCC) initiative of EUR on 19 November 2020.
“Rath is a successful and productive researcher, who emphatically lays connections between academic research and issues in our society,...”
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.
In a monthly interview series, the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative will turn the spotlights on their PhD candidates. This edition: Heleen Tiemersma.
Marieke Buijs is the very first winner of the new Hermes Kring London Thesis Prize. Her master's thesis “Nudging in tax law: A push in the right direction?” was enthusiastically received.
The 1st of October was the official start of the new European University of Post-Industrial Cities (UNIC).
Erasmus University's motto is "Creating positive societal impact". The new (video) series "Impact in Sight" shows concrete examples of how to evaluate this impact.
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.