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.
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), TU Delft and the Municipality of Delft have decided that EUR will become a shareholder of tech incubator Yes!Delft.
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.
Thomas Piketty was a guest at Erasmus School of Economics while visiting Rotterdam for the European Job Market for Economists 2019.
PhD candidate Lili Kókai is working on an innovative intervention to induce healthy behaviour in populations with elevated cardiovascular disease risk.
Sophie van der Zee (Erasmus School of Economics) is conducting research to develop a foolproof lie detection system.
"We need to find smart ways to causally assert that education reduces crime," says Professor Olivier Marie
Professor Olivier Marie is a crime-economist and he specialises in the (none) making of a criminal.
How the economy could be used to fight poverty – two economists share their thoughts on Esther Duflo and the importance of development economics
On 8 November 2019, Erasmus University Rotterdam’s 106th Dies Natalis celebrated the legacy of economist Jan Tinbergen, and an honorary doctorate was presented to 2019 Nobel Prize winner Esther Duflo.
Professor of Economics Anne Gielen is one of the speakers during the 106th dies natalis. Her research focusses on to which extent people’s reliance on benefits is transferred to the next generation.