Erasmus School of Economics

Based in Rotterdam, the School has provided excellent education and produced excellent research for over a century
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Discover our master programmes during the Master Open Day on March 23

Fully hybrid event from 10:00 to 16:00

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Part-Time PhD in Management and Economics

Rigorous, high-quality research on topics with real-world application over the course of 5-6 years

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Is the stock market a glorified casino?

Mary Pieterse-Bloem, Professor of Financial Markets at Erasmus School of Economics, was asked for her expertise on individual investors in stock markets.

Writing endless reports, but not achieving anything

Peter Kavelaars adresses the political issues with financial plans and why writing endless financial reports does not solve the problems in the tax system.
Peter Kavelaars, Professor of Fiscal Economics at Erasmus School of Economics

Ethical investing by pension funds

Onno Steenbeek, explains the struggle pension funds face in investing dilemma's in an article by trouw. Especially the weapon industry is of importance here.

Dangling from the abyss of the Eredivisie

Thomas Peeters adressed the financial position of Vitesse in an article of de Volkskrant. Also, he talked about the struggles with foreign investors and owners.
Thomas Peeters

Fear of missing out on the AEX

Mary Pieterse-Bloem was a participant on the BNR Nieuwsradio investor panel, where she discussed the AEX and the real estate market.

Developments in regional public transport

Dennis Huisman, Professor of Public Transport Optimisation at Erasmus School of Economics, elaborates on developments in regional public transport.
Dennis Huisman

Patrick Groenen reappointed as Dean Erasmus School of Economics

Patrick Groenen reappointed as Dean Erasmus School of Economics
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The housing market: buying or renting?

Matthijs Korevaar discusses the political difficulties on the housing market. Here he focuses on the purchasing economy on the housing market.

Stock prices are rising and rising: is this the time to get in?

The dutch AEX index is at a historically high point and keeps on rising. Patrick Verwijmeren answers three questions about the stock prices
Patrick Verwijmeren, Pofessor of Corporate Fince at Erasmus School of Economics

Four years later, what has the Brexit done for the UK?

Frank van Oort, Professor of Regional and Urban Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, displays the economic effect of the Brexit, four years later.
Frank van Oort, Professor of regional and urban economics at Erasmus School of Economics

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