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27th issue of our magazine FEB Research

13 July 2022
FEB Research summer 2022
FEB Research summer 2022

We are proud to present to you the 27th issue of our magazine FEB Research. In this issue you can read more about:

  • Dennis Veltrop, Reggy Hooghiemstra and Floor Rink, who received a research grant from the Foundation for Auditing Research(FAR) for research on how relational interfaces impact audit quality;
  • Stephanie Rizio (Marketing department) and Ahmed Skali (Global Economics and Management department) who moved their family from Australia to Groningen in 2021 and continued their research at FEB;
  • Bernard Nijstad, who looks back on his research results after receiving a prestigious Vici grant six years ago for his research on creativity within organizations;
  • Joost van de Brake and Daniel te Kaat, who received Veni grants for research on Multiple Team Membership (Joost) and unconventional monetary policy transmission (Daniel);
  • PhD candidates Nevena Ivanovic and Guido Berends who recently spent some months in the US for their research.

You can read the magazine online.

Last modified:13 July 2022 12.00 p.m.

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