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New student representatives in RSM Faculty Council

Meet the enthusiastic students who are ready to advise and boost education and research at RSM.

Webinar: the role of choices in women’s professional journeys

What we say yes and no to: learn from Professor Nicola Kleyn’s powerful storytelling and expertise.

Three RSM professors among the Netherlands’ top 40 economists

Research strong on social themes features in ESB’s Economics Summit ranking.

CEMS alumna awarded for social start-up for entrepreneurial refugees

Laura Di Santolo won the CEMS junior alumnus award for co-founding Forward Incubator.

How to combat the slowdown in scale-up businesses

Prof. Justin Jansen presents entrepreneurship and growth study at nlgroeit meeting in Gouda.

Corporate communication graduates encouraged to boost personal happiness

Two thesis awards were presented to graduates from the Executive MSc Corporate Communication.

Handling crises and reputations: MOOC for corporate communicators from RSM

RSM’s latest MOOC based on data privacy – the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica case study.

Executive master graduates encouraged to ‘change how they view business’

Almost 50 business professionals celebrated their graduation from the Parttime Master Bedrijfskunde.

In Memoriam Mariëtte Kaandorp

It is with deep regret that we have learned of the sudden passing of our dear colleague.

RSM’s impact measured for the first time in BSIS assessment

RSM benefits to local and regional environment via students, spending, and sharing of knowledge.

From traditional finance to positive finance – creating sustainable value

New free book by Prof. Dirk Schoenmaker added to RSM’s Series on Positive Change.

BLOG: Start-ups and scale-ups finally receive government funding

Dutch government invests €500 million in start-ups and scale-ups. Prof. Jansen shares his views.

How to make the most of online meetings – mini lecture Prof. Jane Dutton

“Where talents grow and are retained tells a lot”

Company recruiters join online ‘meet and greet’ sessions with students

Presentations for more than 100 soon-to-be-graduates looking for career opportunities.

Bachelor students create SDG strategies for 18 multinationals

The responsible business leadership course is part of the bachelor curriculum.

RSM SDG Dashboard Project powered by the Metrics Matrix team

Eight master students are collecting data to present proof of RSM’s contributions to the SDGs.

Business & Economics in Rotterdam in top 25 Times Higher Education ranking 2021

Erasmus University Rotterdam is the place to be for business and economics studies.

Dutch economy’s resilience declined sharply even before the Corona crisis

Number of fast-growing and start-ups that scale up has stalled – a specific growth policy is needed.

Professor Mathijs van Dijk new board member of Netspar

He aims to connect science and practice when it comes to socially relevant themes.

Prof. Jane Dutton honoured for injecting humanity into management research

RSM nominated honorary doctorate for her impact as part of Erasmus University’s 107th Dies Natalis.