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MASKS INSTEAD OF COFFEE FILTERS AND VENTILATORS RATHER THAN CARS

Date:28 May 2020
Author:Pedro de Faria, Bart Los and Florian Noseleit

What are the implications of adaptive innovations for Post-Covid-19 Innovation Policies?  

Professor in Sustainable Banking and Finance Bert Scholtens

How can companies cope with disruption from Covid-19?

Date:06 May 2020
The spread of Covid-19 virus has made perfectly clear that both global value chains and domestic production can be severely disrupted. Disruption and risk is on everyone’s agenda. The pandemic is a non-financial risk and it lead almost all firms to take action. This blog with finance professor Bert Scholtens focuses on how firms can improve their mastery of adverse events and how they can these events better manage when they occur.
Prof. dr. Peter Verhoef - A Forced Digital Transformation in University Education

A Forced Digital Transformation in University Education

Date:28 April 2020

[text in Dutch below] Digital transformation is gaining much attention in the business press. Digital transformation concerns the change of business to a fully digital operation of their activities to create value for their customers. Firms like Amazon,...

Assistant professor Pedro de Faria, professor Bart Los and assistant professor Florian Noseleit explain that pandemic-related innovation cannot be left to markets.

Pandemic-Related Innovation: Don't Leave It to Markets

Date:21 April 2020
Author:Pedro de Faria, Bart Los and Florian Noseleit

The Covid-19 crisis has put unprecedented pressure on health systems around the world. Curbing the effects of the virus requires a massive use of complex products, such as ventilators and testing equipment. Past large investments in science and R&D have...

Professor Bert Scholtens talks about the effectiveness of a green monetary policy.

Bert Scholtens: a green monetary policy can be effective

Date:24 March 2020

Amidst the Corona pandemic, it is easy to forget that there is the climate crisis. Though the effects of the pandemic for the environment are visible from reduced pollution and congestion, the long-term effects are unknown. This contrasts with the climate...

Associate Professor Rian Drogendijk's specialisations include internationalisation of firms, organisation of multinational corporations, cross cultural management, and measures of cultural distance or differences.

Rian Drogendijk: Nurturer of talented researchers, with a personal touch

Date:16 March 2020

If the Faculty of Economics and Business were a professional football club (FC FEB), Rian Drogendijk would be the head of the scouting and youth division. The Director of Graduate Studies is closely involved in selecting students for the Research Master’s...

Philip Steinberg's research interests include corporate innovation strategies, knowledge sourcing, organizational boundaries of the firm and individuals within the organization.

Philip Steinberg: 'I am interested in how corporations can be innovative'

Date:09 March 2020

For assistant professor Philip Steinberg, innovation and how companies can thrive in dynamic environments are pressing topics for research. Steinberg joined the Faculty of Economics and Business after completing his PhD studies at the University of...

David Hagmann is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Kennedy School at Harvard

Nudging out support for a carbon tax: David Hagmann on achieving green change

Date:02 March 2020

How to accommodate human behavior to stave off severe forms of climate change? Around this question, the FEB signature area Markets and Sustainability organized an interdisciplinary symposium on January 24–25. Researchers from economics, operations,...

Andreas Lange is a professor of economics at the University of Hamburg and the Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

Trying to solve the world: Andreas Lange on real-life adaptations to climate change

Date:25 February 2020

How to accommodate human behavior to stave off severe forms of climate change? Around this question, the FEB signature area Markets and Sustainability organized an interdisciplinary symposium on January 24–25. Researchers from economics, operations,...

University of Oxford Professor of Finance Renée Adams visited Groningen to speak at Corporate Finance Day, an opportunity for academics to network and share their research

‘I’m interested in human behaviour’: Renée Adams boards, diversity and women in leadership

Date:18 February 2020

Renée Adams is Professor of Finance of the University of Oxford. She currently sits on the council of Society for Financial Studies, serves at Management Science and chairs the co-founded AFA’s “Academic Female Finance Committee”. Adams recently visited...