Today we celebrate the 107th Dies Natalis of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. This year the event will take place online for the first time.
In an interview with Belgian newspaper Knack, Kevin Spiritus, Assistant Professor at Erasmus School of Economics, gives his view on the Belgian tax system.
Four PhD researchers from the Erasmus Graduate School of Law have produced a podcast series in which EGSL PhDs discuss topical legal issues with senior experts.
There are still many questions about where the 20 billion euros from the National Investment Fund should go to. Bas Jacobs calls the fund's approach of assessing plans a 'major mistake'.
Prof. Dr. Laura den Dulk and HR policy adviser ‘blended working’ Michelle Verheij about the pros and cons of working from home, now and after corona.
In response to the announcement of a second lockdown, Rijnmond conducted an interview with Frank van Oort, Professor of Urban & Regional Economics on the implications of the new restrictions.
The Dutch government announced new aid measures to support the aviation sector, senior researcher in Air Transport Economics at Erasmus School of Economics Floris de Haan provides an analysis.
In the course of 2020, economic predictions have been adjusted on numerous occasions: Professor of Public Economics Bas Jacobs elaborates on the importance of these forecasts.
'Repression Without Resistance: Disaster Responses in Authoritarian Low-Intensity Conflict Settings'
Sociologist dr. Jonathan Mijs of the Erasmus University Rotterdam has been awarded 250.000 euro in funding from a Veni grant through the NWO