RSM in the media

RSM in the media

  • BOOK REVIEW | 12 Lenses into Diversity in South Africa

    Book review about 12 Lenses into Diversity in South Africa. Written by Prof. Kurt April. Kurt April was a Research Fellow at Ashridge-Hult Business School; Visiting Professor at London Metropolitan University; Visiting Professor…

  • Vrei să studiezi în străinătate? Master în Olanda, prin bursele Future Matters

    Romanian article about the best studies in the Netherlands on finance, economics, entrepreneurship.NN supports talented young people, with good school performance and the first in their family to graduate from college, to…

  • Student Erasmus Universiteit bouwt mee aan allereerste vliegtuig op vloeibaar waterstof

    Olivier van Haren is the first EUR student to become involved in an aviation project by students at Delft University of Technology, scheduled for completion in 2025. Last year, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Delft University…

  • Green is Good: MBA Programs are Teaching Sustainability and Responsible Business

    Demand is driven by a new generation of students and employers who are (sometimes) placing purpose on a par with financial gain. Current cohorts of MBA students are increasingly interested in sustainability and responsible…

  • Wat is er mis met de universiteit dat studenten bereid zijn te frauderen?

    Lecturers are caught in the middle in the debate on proctored online exams. Students are complaining about technical problems, while the university demands high-quality degree programmes and research projects. But lecturers, too,…

  • Hoe krijg je burgers mee in de energie-omslag?

    It is the holy grail in the energy transition: how do you get citizens on board with this immense change, which is necessary for more sustainable energy use? Energy cooperatives such as those working together in Energie Samen know…

  • Rising up against inequality in academia

    Round table discussion with Semiha Denktaş and Hanneke Takkenberg on gender equality in the academic community.

  • Nisreen: ‘De keuze was: doorgaan of doorgaan’

    Nisreen Meho (1986) fled in 2014 with a degree in business administration and three years of work experience from Syria to the Netherlands. She has now graduated from the RSM and works as a trainee at the benefits agency UWV.…

  • Adelaer breidt uit met Raad van Advies

    Adelaer expands its council of advisers. One of the board members is Sylvester Eijffinger, who has been professor of European Financial Integration at the RSM of the Erasmus University Rotterdam (2005-2008).

  • ‘Meer vrijwilligers? Maak het ze minder moeilijk’

    The campaign"People Make Den Haag 'yields more volunteers in The Hague. Recruiting people for voluntary work is very tricky according to Lucas Meijs, professor of voluntary work at the RSM. However, that does not imply that the…

  • Atasun Optik, Birleşmiş Milletler Sürdürülebilir Kalkınma Hedefleri Çalıştayı'na Katıldı

    Atasun Optik, Finance and Financial Affairs Director of Evren Kutlu became the only Turkish woman in the GrandVision team who participated in the SDG Challenge held in Amsterdam in February within the scope of the United Nations…

  • Women Deans on Leading Through COVID-19

    In this article, seven women deans discuss the lessons they learned while starting new positions during the pandemic. The seven participants identified four specific ways that COVID-19 had magnified the demands of their new jobs. …

  • How To Have Effective Zoom Meetings—And Make Them Less Boring

    Online meetings have become a necessary evil. While some people don’t seem to mind working from home on a purely virtual basis, many of us certainly miss the face-to-face interactions and are keen for working life to get back to…

  • Kearney stelt vier nieuwe partners aan in Amsterdam en Brussel

    Global strategy consultancy Kearney has promoted four of its consultants in the Benelux to partners. One of the partners is Jos van Iwaarden. Van Iwaarden has been working for the strategy office for more than ten years. He…

  • Groen geld

    Livecast about investments. The live cast will host a discussion with some experts in this field of experience. One of these experts is Willem Schramade. Schramade is a former fund manager and author of the book "Sustainable…

  • Hackathon voor tuinbouw weer succesvolle snelkookpan

    On 24 and 25 February, 40 International Business students from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, RSM deepened into big research questions from companies during a virtual hackathon. During this hackathon, the students were…

  • Webex-seminar: Monetary Policy and Intangible Investment

    On Tuesday March 16, 2021, Robin Döttling of the RSM, Erasmus University, will give an online presentation entitled: "Monetary Policy and Intangible Investment." If you want to participate, send an email to Simone Pailer…

  • Universitaire studenten buigen zich over 'The Future of Food'

    On 24 and 25 February, 40 International Business students from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, RSM deepened into big research questions from companies during a virtual hackathon. During this hackathon, the students were…

  • Working from home could be damaging for mentally demanding tasks

    Working from home, whilst doing complicated tasks and detailed thinking, might have adverse effects on doing cognitive tasks, according to research using chess players. The research is carried out by Dr Dainis Zegners,…

  • ‘Meer vrijwilligers? Maak het ze minder moeilijk’

    The campaign"People Make Den Haag 'yields more volunteers in The Hague. Recruiting people for voluntary work is very tricky according to Lucas Meijs, professor of voluntary work at the RSM. However, that does not imply that the…