In his dissertation 'Operational Strategies for On-demand Delivery Services’ Alp Arslan focusses on the operational problems arising in on-demand delivery services, and he explores how to improve these services with help of the sharing economy and online platforms.
Shadi Sharif Azadeh, Assistant Professor at Erasmus School of Economics, has received the best paper award from the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS).
Are today’s ‘grand challenges’ under-researched? That’s what assistant professor Corinna Frey-Heger suspected when she joined RSM’s department of Business-Society Management in 2018. She wanted to research a subject that moved her, and so she focused on displacement of people. Although the refugee crisis had not yet become an issue when she started her doctoral research, it did become more serious, particularly in Europe. Corinna went on to win the Grigor McClelland award in July 2019 and the EGOS Best Student Paper Award in 2018 for her research into the global displacement crisis.
In his dissertation 'Strengthening corporate leadership research: The relevance of biological explanations’ Krishnan Nair applies insights from the evolutionary sciences to study topics related to corporate governance and politics.
On Friday, the 04th of October 2019, Prof. Henk de Vries, Endowed Professor of Standardisation Management in the Department of Technology and Operations Management, presented his inaugural address entitled ‘Standardisation Management’.
In her dissertation ‘On Getting Along and Getting Ahead: How Personality Affects Social Network Dynamics’, Evgenia Dolgova studies how personality and interpersonal perceptions contribute to social network dynamics. It presents two studies that advance our understanding on how friendship unfolds within the organizations.
Researchers Romulo Alves and Dr Marta Szymanowska from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) received a best paper award during the 27th Finance Forum, hosted by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, which took place recently.
On Friday, the 20th of September 2019, Prof. Marcel van Rinsum, Endowed Professor of Accounting & Incentives in the department of Accounting and Control presented his inaugural address entitled ‘Utilizing Incentives and Accountability: In Control in Control?’.
Henk de Vries, Endowed Professor of Standardisation Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) will deliver his inaugural address entitled Standardisation Management on Friday 4 October 2019. In his inaugural address, Professor De Vries will give an overview and update of research into standardisation at RSM, and the emphasis on management that he intends to add through his work. He will argue that many companies are insufficiently aware of the relevance of standardisation on business, and lack a clear policy at company level. Prof. De Vries will highlight strategic dilemmas presented by standardisation, and the managerial opportunities.