Bas Jacobs, professor of Public Economics, is angry with the increased power of the OMT and believes that politicians themselves should start thinking more about the measures that should be taken.
Research about lying, at Utrecht University and Erasmus School of Economics, has been nominated for the Klokhuis Wetenschapsprijs 2020.
The KnowledgeWorkPlace Organisation in a Smart City conducts research aimed at finding solutions for the smart organisation of metropolitan issues.
Prof.dr. Anne Margriet Pot, Strategic Advisor Long-Term Care at IGJ, has been appointed Professor of "Supervision of Person-Centred and Integrated Long-Term Care" at ESHPM.
Collaboration with Port of Rotterdam, Portbase and Erasmus University Rotterdam for the port of the future
As the largest European port, Rotterdam is at the forefront of smarter, cleaner and more efficient production and organization of logistics. Information exchange and knowledge development are crucial.
Researchers from Erasmus School of Law consider a ban on community service for acts of public violence against police officers disproportionate
Researchers from Erasmus School of Law have investigated the possibilities of a community service ban for public violence against police officers and other public officials.
Those who grow up in a socially disadvantaged neighbourhood earn considerably less in the future than those who grew up in a better neighbourhood. This follows from research by Bastian Ravesteijn.
For future welfare and equal opportunities, it is important to invest more in education, says Bas Jacobs, Professor of Public Economics.
Jazz concert ‘The Big Easy’ with music from New Orleans - from Louis Armstrong to Tom Waits! By Michael Varekamp and band.
Peter Koudijs has been appointed as Professor in Finance and History at Erasmus School of Economics as of August 2020.