A workshop on June 6th 2019 explored the controversial case of glyphosate, and has now lead to the publication of a special issue of the European Journal of Risk Regulation.
Activist hedge funds are becoming increasingly influential in the economy as they prioritise maximising shareholder value and minimising ‘wasteful’ spending, including spending on CSR.
Article by Dr Natascha Wagner and Nawras Al Husein
Prof. Ruth Towse and dr. Trilce Navarrete publish the 3rd edition of the Handbook of Cultural Economics
This book will be stimulating to both students and their teachers and further promote cultural economics as a worthwhile area of the economics dominion, says Prof. Ruth Towse.
Prof. Harriet Schelhaas, professor of Private Law at Erasmus School of Law publishes an article about the common contract law problems that arise as a result of the coronacrisis.
Research into the limited uptake of healthcare by undocumented people in the Netherlands
Infographic of key research findings
The pan-European research project Working, Yet Poor (the “WorkYP Project”) was recently awarded 3.2 million euros for three years by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.
Study by researcher from the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative and Erasmus School of Philosophy finds environmental hazard at Bay Area high schools due to increased youth vaping and smoking.
Prof. Alessandra Arcuri (ESL) and Dr. Yogi Hale Hendlin (ESPhil) were brought together by the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative and have now published an interdisciplinary paper.