Portuguese women have distanced themselves more from their parents

Friday, 15 September 2017

Teresa Bago d’Uva, associate professor of Health Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, made several appearances in the media in her homecountry Portugal regarding her research about inter and intragenerational social mobility. Within this study, the differences found between Portuguese men and women attracted most attention.

Share your ideas on the profile of the new Rector!

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Do you want to share your vision on the profile of the new Rector Magnificus? Join the ‘walk-in session’ on the 20th of september where you may share your thoughts and ideas.

Meet professor Albert Wagelmans

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Would you like to meet the professors of Erasmus School of Economics? In the coming weeks, Erasmus School of Economics and Economic Faculty Association Rotterdam will publish several short interviews with professors. This week: professor Albert Wagelmans. 

Mary Pieterse-Bloem weighs in on tensions over North Korean weapons tests

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

In Bloomberg Daybreak Mary Pieterse-Bloem, associate professor at Erasmus School of Economics and Head of Fixed Income at ABN Amro Private Bank International, talks about her investment strategies following the North Korean weapon test.

Witteveen Lecture will be part of the ERGO Xtra day 2017

Thursday, 7 September 2017

ERGO Xtra is an inspiring day of lectures and dialogues, which will take place on the 4th of Ocober. During the day the connection is made between economics, governance, organization, philosophy and happiness. Part of the program will be the Witteveen Lecture, which will take place between 4PM and 5PM.

Martijn Burger and Marloes Hoogerbrugge win the Martin Beckmann RSAI Annual Award

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Martijn Burger and Marloes Hoogerbrugge, both working at EHERO,  have won the Martin Beckmann Prize for the best paper published in Papers in Regional Science in 2016. The jury consisting of Janice Madden, Carlos Azzoni and Erik Verhoef chose the article "Borrowing size in networks of cities: City size, network connectivity and metropolitan functions in Europe", which was jointly written with Evert Meijers (TU Delft) as the winner of the award.

Dean congratulates appointed professor Olivier Marie

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

On Tuesday 5 September 2017 Dean Philip Hans Franses surprised Olivier Marie with a bouquet of flowers for his appointment as Endowed Professor of Labour Economics at Erasmus School of Economics through the Erasmus Trustfonds.

Alumnus Brian Chung wins Professor H.W. Lambers prize

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Brian Chung (28), an alumnus of Erasmus School of Economics, has won the Prof. H.W. Lambers prize 2017. During the ceremony celebrating the opening of the academic year on Monday 4 September 2017, Brian was awarded a medal and 3,500 euros. The money is intended exclusively for courses /workshops/attending congresses/study programmes, both nationally and internationally.

Philosopher Francesco Guala joins Erasmus School of Economics

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

As of 1 September 2017 Francesco Guala is appointed as Visiting Professor of Philosophy of the Social and Behavioral Sciences at Erasmus School of Economics for the period of two years.

Jurriaan de Reu hired as Head of Marketing, Communication and Internationalisation

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Starting 1 September 2017, Jurriaan de Reu will take up his duties as head of Marketing, Communication and Internationalisation at Erasmus School of Economics. This job role is part of the Education Service Centre. Working in the organisation and with external parties, De Reu will be a sparring partner for policy-makers in the School and University, operating at both the strategic and tactical level. He will lead the existing team of professionals in the area of communication, marketing, international marketing, events, and alumni.