Obesity is a growing problem in Western societies. Half of the population of the Netherlands is currently overweight, and about 1 in 7 people are seriously overweight, in other words obese.
How can the food sector help to fight obesity? Would a sugar tax help, for example? Laurens Sloot talks to Prof. Koert van Ittersum who, in his position as professor of Marketing and Consumer Well-being, has acquired a deep understanding of what works and what doesn't work when it comes to influencing consumers’ decision-making behaviour.
EFMI Business School is an academic knowledge institute for the food sector that was established at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1997. EFMI has been operating as an independent business school since 2007, often seeking intensive collaboration in various fields with the University of Groningen Business School.
The Dutch Research Council’s (NWO) Social Sciences and Humanities Domain Board has awarded two grants to professor Bernard Nijstad and professor Boudewijn de Bruin.
We are proud to present to you the 27th issue of our magazine FEB Research.
The Faculty of Economics and Business has selected 12 staff members to start in the Academic Education Track (AET) as of 1 September 2022. With this new career trajectory focused on teaching, the faculty commits to excellent education and offers...
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