Econometrist Meindert Flikkema has been appointed as from 1 August 2018 as the chairman of the Central Examinations Business Administration A level (HAVO and VWO) at the College of Examinations (CvTE) in Utrecht.
The book ‘De management Ideeënfabriek’ (the Management Ideas Factory) by Stefan Heusinkveld has been shortlisted by the OoA (the formal professional association of consultants) as the book of the year 2017.
On May 17 and 18 the annual CSCMP European Research Seminar (ERS) took place at World Trade Center in Rotterdam.
VU Team Obtains Research Grant for Project on Sustainable Careers and Psychological Contracts among Flexible Workers05-25-18
A VU SBE team consisting of Sanne Nijs, Jos Akkermans (project leaders), Paul Jansen, Svetlana Khapova, and Bert Breij have received funding for a 4-year full-time PhD project on the “psychology of flexible work”.
During the recent World Economic Forum, better known as Davos 2018, it became very clear that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have such an impact on our future society that we need to reimagine our educational programs in order to prepare us for the new economy.
School of Business and Economics researcher Sabine Go (department of Accounting) has been offered Membership at the renowned Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, New Jersey (USA).
Wenjia Chang, SERVUS associate and ABRI Part-time PhD candidate, joined the Dutch Economic Mission to China on April 8-13.
The School of Business and Economicsc is delighted to announce that the Accounting Accreditation Committee reviewed SBE's initial Self-Evaluation Report (iSER) and accepted it.
The book De managementideeënfabriek (the Management Ideas Factory) by Stefan Heusinkveld has been nominated by the OoA (the formal professional association of consultants) as the book of the year 2017.
On Friday, April 6, ABRI Part-time PhD candidate Marilieke Engbers, presented the preliminary findings of her research into “The unsaid and decision making in boards” to an audience of 120 board members at VTW (Vereniging voor Toezichthouders in Woningcorporaties).
On Thursday the 1st of March, DocuDoka Amsterdam hosted a session on Digital Nomads. At the beginning of the event, the movie “One Way Ticket” was showed, after which a panel discussion took place.
On 16 March Nick Oostervink successfully defended his thesis titled "Self-Organizing Knowledge: Examining the conditions under which professionals share and integrate knowledge".
At the 2018 edition of the PhD Day, March 20, eight ABRI PhD candidates presented their work in progress to the greater ABRI community.
This spring, Inge Brokerhof is visiting Harvard Business School to investigate the impact of a narrative intervention method on moral awareness in (future) leaders and business managers enrolled in the MBA program at HBS.
On March 8 Wenjing Cai successfully defended her thesis "Awakening Employee Creativity in Organizations".