Erasmus Institute of Business-Regulation Management
BRM aims to develop and distribute relevant knowledge regarding business regulation.
We believe more knowledge is required about the dynamics between regulators and businesses and how effective self-regulation can be achieved in order to effectively achieve results in accordance with public interest.
As we are aware that a multidisciplinary approach is a must, we intend to offer a platform for co-operation of actors from different scientific and practical fields.
Our main research focus is on the interaction between the stakeholders involved in the regulation process, i.e. regulators, law enforcers and regulated organisations and its impact on public interests.
Find our most recent publications here.
The new RSM Outlook is out now, with stories of alumni and how to tackle societal challenges.
RSM opened registration for free online course on World Soil Day on 5 December.
Students to challenge businesses to make more impact towards positive societal changes.
Top speakers and academics wove together ideas, ideals and actions with professionals.
RSM Outlook’s summer 2018 issue features challenges and solutions through research and business.