In her dissertation ‘Are You Talking to Me? Addressing Consumers in a Globalised World’, ERIM’s Anne-Sophie Irène Lenoir aims to further our understanding of how to address consumers in a globalised world.
The Netherlands’ private sector scores well above the European average for fast-growing companies, according to the ScaleUp Dashboard report published by Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE).
In his dissertation ‘Spare Parts Management of Aging Capital Products’, ERIM’s Mustafa Hekimoglu considers supply risk in management of spare parts inventory.
In his dissertation ‘Studies on Determinants and Consequences of Financial Reporting Quality’, ERIM’s Anastasios Elemes investigates determinants and consequences of financial reporting quality.
Professor Han Bleichrodt and Professor Peter Wakker of Erasmus School of Economics have written an article with Arthur Attema (iBMG) and two ESE PhD candidates, Yu Gao and Zhenxing Huang. They introduce a completely new approach of measuring the discounting of money over time. The publication is forthcoming in the prestigious international scientific journal the American Economic Review.
In his dissertation ‘Empirical studies on sovereign fixed income markets’, ERIM’s Johan Duyvesteyn presents evidence of five studies showing that sovereign fixed income markets are not always price efficient..
In his dissertation ‘Sentiment Analysis of Text Guided by Semantics and Structure, ERIM’s Alexander Hogenboom argues that the polarity of text can be analyzed more accurately when additionally accounting for semantics and structure.
Global supply chains are built on organizational, information, and logistics networks. Ports are connected via these networks and also need to connect these networks.
This year’s Hal W. Hendrick Distinguished International Colleague Award went to Jan Dul, Professor of Technology and Human Factors at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) hands out the annual award to honour non-US citizens for their outstanding academic contributions to the human factors and ergonomics field.
In her dissertation ‘Connecting Minds: On the Role of Metaknowledge in Knowledge Coordination’, ERIM’s Julija Mell aims to further our understanding of how groups and larger collectives process information and integrate their knowledge and what factors influence the social interactions at the core of this process