In his dissertation ‘Algorithms for Multiclass Classification and Regularized Regression’, Erim’s Gertjan van den Burg presents several new algorithms for both multiclass classification and regularized regression problems.
In her dissertation ‘Financing and Regulatory Frictions in Mergers and Acquisitions’, ERIM’s Eden Zhang studies how financial frictions and regulatory costs affect mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
In his dissertation ‘Marketing Analytics for High-Dimensional Assortments’ ERIM’s Bruno Jacobs presents model-based methods that can be used to model purchase decisions in high dimensional product assortments.
In his dissertation ‘Choices in Pension Management’, ERIM's Gosse Alserda scrutinizes the complexity of choices in pension organization.
In her dissertation ‘Assessing Asset Pricing Anomalies’ Wilma de Groot wants to gain more and better insight into possible explanations for well-known asset pricing anomalies.
In her dissertation ‘Demographic Dissimilarity, Information Access and Individual Performance’, ERIM’s Burcu Subasi studies the circumstances under which differences in nationality and gender affect individual performance.
PhD candidate Tatjana Schneidmüller and her co-authors Prof. Henk W. Volberda of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and Mariano L. M. Heyden, received the runner-up award for best paper at the First Annual Toronto FinTech Conference for the conference paper Audience Engagement and the Legitimization of Technological Discontinuities in Regulated Markets: Evidence from FinTech in October 2017.
In his dissertation ‘Towards Integrating Antecedents of Voluntary Tax Compliance’ Lemessa Bayissa Gobena explores the integrative effect of social psychological factors among themselves as well as with economic deterrent factors in stimulating voluntary tax compliance.
In her dissertation ‘INFLUENCERS: The Role of Social Influence in Marketing’ ERIM’s Christilene du Plessis challenges common methodological conventions used to study social influence in consumer behavior and social psychology.
In his dissertation ‘Essays on Empirical Asset Pricing’ ERIM’s Roy Verbeek investigates whether common risk factors are priced across investment horizons, estimates costs of equity capital for individual firms and industries using five models, and show that firms differ greatly in the extent to which their stock prices are driven by cash flow news versus discount rate news.