For future welfare and equal opportunities, it is important to invest more in education, says Bas Jacobs, Professor of Public Economics.
New research aims to shed light on the consequences of the intelligent lockdown for a healthy social and emotional development of young people.
According to Bas Jacobs, Professor of Public Economics, a second intelligent lockdown would only be counterproductive.
Dr. Roos Schelvis is Senior Policy Advisor ‘Healthy and Safe Working’ at HR and researches approaches to workload and work stress in organisations.
The gap between the real economy and the financial markets rarely seemed this big. Patrick Verwijmeren, explains this phenomenon in an interview with De Volkskrant.
The Dutch political party PVV wants to implement a VAT rate of 0% for one year to boost the economy. Peter Kavelaars explains why this plan is not as effective as you might think.
As the coronavirus turns out to be less temporary than previously expected, politicians are wrestling with the question of how long government support can continue.
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.
Physically in the aula and digitally at home or in other places within EUR, over 7,000 people watched the celebration of the opening of the academic year on Monday 31 August 2020.
Today, almost 4000 first-year students have started an extraordinary Eurekaweek. The freshers will attend a ‘blended’ programme to get to know the university, the city and each other.