A new way of collecting debts where bailiffs take debtors’ motives into account could lead to much better results than old-fashioned threatening based on legal texts. A helpful bailiff reduces the numbers of people defaulting on debts and increases the numbers of bills being paid, according to research by Martijn Keizer.
The weekly online video magazine Unifocus highlights topics related to the University of Groningen in the fields of research and society, student life, teaching, policy and internationalization.
The faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) is pleased to announce that as per 1 February 2023 Dr. Edlira Shehu has been appointed as Professor of Digital Marketing. The chair is situated within the Department of Marketing.
Huishoudens met een koopwoning betalen dit jaar in de grote gemeenten 6,0 procent meer aan gemeentelijke woonlasten. Voor huurders is deze stijging met 3,2 procent veel lager. Vooral de onroerendezaakbelasting (ozb) stijgt in de grote gemeenten....
The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) has decided to award a grant of € 420,000 to Jutta Bolt and colleagues from Wageningen University and Lund University. The researchers received the grant for their research into the origins of health...
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