Thursday the 28th Kathleen Stephenson successfully defended her thesis.
Together with Anne Kranzbühler, Mirella Kleijnen and Peeter Verlegh have published their article ‘Outsourcing the pain, keeping the pleasure: effects of outsourced touchpoints in the customer journey’ in the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.
On March 14-15 Christopher Wicker hosted the second meeting of the research network "Grand Challenges & New Forms of Organizing".
At the 2019 edition of the PhD Day, March 19, four ABRI PhD candidates presented their work in progress to the greater ABRI community.
The Academy of International Business Executive Board has awarded Arjen van Witteloostuijn with the JIBS Silver Medal.
The School of Business and Economics is currently working on gaining our AACSB accreditation. The initial self-evaluation report, an important step in this process, has recently been approved by the AACSB.
The Management & Organisation department now has a new page on LinkedIn.
The Academy of International Business (AIB) is the leading association of scholars and specialists in the field of international business.
ABRI is pleased to invite you to the annual ABRI PhD Day that will take place on March 19, 2019.
Global mobility of employees (GLOMO) has a vacancy for a PhD pre-research position for 2.5 years on the project “Managing Global Compensation and Rewards.” Candidates should be Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs).
As of February 2019 Florian Zapkau has been appointed visiting research fellow at King's College in London.
The European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) has funded a Small Group Meeting on the “Antecedents of Work Design”, organized by Maria Tims (VU Amsterdam), Anja van den Broeck (KU Leuven), and Daniela Andrei (Curtin University Perth).
What role does Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) play in reducing the effects of cancer? And what role does artificial intelligence play on reducing greenhouse gases? Prof. Frans Feldberg (School of Business and Economics) answers these questions in his recently published Tedx Talk.
Anna de Visser-Amundson and her PhD supervisor Mirella Kleijnen have received a Doctoral Grant for Teachers by NWO (180,750 Euros) for the project “From Waste to Taste: The effect of Product Cues on Consumer Preferences for Rescued-based Food”.
On January 8 2019, an NVAO committee visited VU Amsterdam for the accreditation of the fulltime and parttime Master programs in Business Administration, and for the upcoming independence of the Master programs in Digital Business & Innovation, Financial Management, and Transport & Supply Chain Management.