At 0.9 percent, the latest increase in municipal housing costs is less than has ever been measured before, and also less than the current inflation levels. Although the immovable property tax amount has increased more than was agreed, the average waste collection levy has decreased and the sewerage charges have never increased as little as they now have. These conclusions can be drawn from the Atlas van de Lokale Lasten [Atlas of Local Levies] presented by COELO today. COELO (the Centre for Research on Local Government Economics) is a research institute linked to the University of Groningen.
Contact: Corine Hoeben, Maarten Allers
Sebastian Firk and co-authors André Hanelt, Björn Hildebrandt and Lutz M. Kolbe have recently won two awards for their paper titled ‘Digital M&A, digital innovation and firm performance: an empirical investigation’. The authors received the...
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.
Today, the deans of technology of the four technological universities (4TU) and the University of Groningen have submitted an Integral Sector Plan for Technology to the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science. The plan’s ambition is to...
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