FEB partners Newcastle University and University of Liverpool have been awarded with the Building Effective Partnerships Award 2019 for their collaboration with our faculty and the Vrije Universiteit that resulted in the Amsterdam Sustainable Business Challenge.
This award from the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) is for members who demonstrate effective collaboration with one or more organizations, with the ultimate aim of demonstrable benefits for the service' stakeholders.
Besides the four partner universities, 16 high profile employers from both the UK and the Netherlands were involved to offer 100 students the opportunity to work in cross-university teams on real life sustainability tasks set by local partner Amsterdam Inbusiness.
Evidence showed that students developed a range of employability skills through this event.
> More news from the Faculty of Economics and Business
> FEB experts in the media
Banks with a high sustainability score have a lower default risk. In addition, the most sustainable banks help to reduce the systemic risk of the financial system as a whole. These are the conclusions of Bert Scholtens, Professor of Sustainable Banking...
The in-depth study “Future markets for renewable gases and hydrogen: What would be the optimal regulatory provisions?” by Professor José Luis Moraga, Professor Machiel Mulder and Peter Perey explores the economic outlook for renewable gases and hydrogen...
The University of Groningen and Wageningen University & Research started a research project with almost all supermarkets in the Netherlands