In his dissertation ‘Setting the Stage for Innovation: Balancing Diverse Interests Through Standardisation’ Paul Wiegmann shows how standardisation helps balance diverse interests and create foundations for new technologies.
In his dissertation ‘Essays on Financial Coordination’ Lingtian Kong investigates research on instances when the invisible hand fails to motivate the players to act optimally for the common good of the society.
In his dissertation ‘Empirical Studies on the Role of Financial Information in Asset and Capital Markets’ Pooyan Ghazizadeh investigates several aspects of the role financial accounting information plays in asset and capital markets.
In her dissertation ‘Dynamic Decision Making under Supply Chain Competition’ Xishu Li studies the impact of uncertainty and competition on a firm’s decision making in the field of operations management.
In her dissertation ‘Financing Sustainable Innovation: From a principal-agent to a collective action perspective’ Helen Toxopeus explores how to enable finance for sustainable innovation, with a focus on banks and crowdfunding platforms.
In her dissertation ‘Essays at the Intersection of Psychology, Biology, and Entrepreneurship', Indy Bernoster contributes to the field of entrepreneurship by focusing on the psychology of the entrepreneur, using concepts like overconfidence, optimism, positive affect, and negative affect, as well as the biology of the entrepreneur, using concepts like behavior and electrophysiology.
In his dissertation ‘Raising capital: On pricing, liquidity, and incentives’, Rogier Hanselaar extends current knowledge of primary market functioning. It aims to be of use as an input in the continuous debate on how we can best shape our financial markets to provide greater affluence for society.
Acquiring status in networks, how to use an alternative to panels in research, the art of writing theory, and an exploration of Chinese culture were among the best research papers that were recognised, along with the researchers responsible for them, at the annual ERIM Awards ceremony this week. In addition, an exceptionally prestigious and rarely presented Honorary Fellowship was awarded. The awards were hosted by the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM), the joint research institute of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE).
Professors Henk Volberda and Justin Jansen from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and both ERIM Fellow are on the 2018 Highly Cited Researchers list of Clarivate Analytics, formerly the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters, for the fifth consecutive year.
In her dissertation ‘Overcoming Resource Constraints: The Role of Creative Resourcing and Equity Crowdfunding in Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures’, Roxana Turturea extends current knowledge about how entrepreneurs overcome resource constraints, without relying extensively on capital from “traditional” equity investors.