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PhD vacancy at Erasmus School of Economics

Vrijdag, 7 juli 2017

Erasmus School of Economics has an open PhD position available. Do you happen to know potential candidates? 

Implementation Bachelor Thesis Workflow

Dinsdag, 4 juli 2017

As of the end of June, the new Bachelor Thesis Workflow is implemented. The Master Thesis Workflow has existed for some years as a digital tool for lecturers to easily monitor thesis progress, and to assess the thesis. The Bachelor Thesis Workflow is slightly different from the Master Thesis, for example the second assessor needs to provide a preliminary grade and approve the final grade.

Research Afternoon 2017 - Save the date!

Dinsdag, 4 juli 2017

On Thursday November 2nd, a Research Afternoon will be organized for all academic staff of Erasmus School of Economics.

The importance of broadening economic science with insights from other disciplines

Maandag, 12 juni 2017

On Friday 30 June 2017 Job van Exel will publicly accept his appointment as Endowed Professor of Economics and Values at Erasmus School of Economics, on behalf of the Vereniging Trustfonds EUR. The title of his inaugural lecture is “Value(s)-based economics: On happiness, welfare and moral dilemmas”, but note that the lecture is in Dutch. Van Exel, who is also employed by the Institute of Health Policy & Management (iBMG), took up this part-time post at Erasmus School of Economics in March 2016.

100% Open Access agreement with Cambridge University Press

Vrijdag, 9 juni 2017

The universities in the Netherlands and Cambridge University Press (CUP) have recently concluded a three-year agreement guaranteeing 100% open access to academic journals. As of June 1, researchers at Dutch universities will be able to publish articles in CUP’s full open access journals via the so-called ‘gold route’. This marks a significant step for the Dutch academic community, as it is the first time a publisher has opted to go down the gold route from the outset.

Invitation Medical Delta Exhibition 29 May 2017

Woensdag, 10 mei 2017

The institute of Health Policy & Management and Medical Delta celebrate 10 years of close collaboration. Therefore, a Medical Delta Exhibition will be held at Erasmus University Rotterdam from 29 May 2017 until 9 June 2017 in the Polak Building.

On behalf of prof. Antoinette de Bont, we would like to invite you to join us at the opening of this exhibition on 29 May 2017 at 15.30 in the Polak Building and celebrate this partnership with us.

Relocation postponed to May 2018

Dinsdag, 9 mei 2017

The Management Team has agreed with the proposal of USC to postpone the move to the temporary housing in E- and N-building. Instead of Christmas 2017 the move is now scheduled to take place at the end of April/beginning of May 2018. This is due to delays with several other housing projects on campus.

Meet the new School Council!

Dinsdag, 9 mei 2017

The ESE elections office confirms that 7 new student members have been elected for the School Council: Abdurrahman Calkin, Elena Vollmer, Veroniek Visser, Seungwon Kim, Yasmin Chen, Sibren Iwema and Nordin de Korte.

Grading exams anywhere with Ans

Dinsdag, 9 mei 2017

Ans is a teaching tool that enables digital grading on any computer, independent of place and time. After a successful first pilot run by Kevin Dalmeijer, we are looking forward to the results of the second pilot by Theo Hoogwout. Curious? Check out the demo at the ESEbility event on the 8th of June!

No agreement between VSNU and Oxford University Press

Dinsdag, 9 mei 2017

The universities in the Netherlands and Oxford University Press (OUP) have been unable to reach a new agreement for access to academic journals. The key priority in the negotiations for VSNU (the Association of Universities in the Netherlands) was facilitating the transition to open access – freely accessible articles – without Dutch scholars having to pay double to make them available in this way. OUP made a proposal to the Dutch universities which did not include an offer for affordable open access. The research universities in the Netherlands are unable to agree to this.

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