dr. ing. N. Brunia
I started my career in 1980 as naval architect. I designed the construction below the winches of in those day's the largest tug in the world (Smit Singapore) and of many supply vessels. I designed the construction of coasters, tugs, cutters and ferries.
I started my study economics at the University of Groningen in 1983. I graduated in 1988 and completed my PhD-thesis in 1994. I developed a macro-econometric model for the six largest OECD countries. In the meantime, I became assistant professor at the sub-department of Internationel Economic Relations.
After a stay at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment in The Hague, I returned in 1997 to the University of Groningen as a teaching assistant at the Department of General Economics. I moved to the Department of Finance, Investment and Accounting to be become lecturer in 1999. The Finance group is currently part of the department of Economics, Econometrics & Finance. My main interest is business valuation. I have also been involved in the teaching allocation of our department for many years.
Personal interests: cooking, reading, listening, talking; family history, outdoor.
My most valued resources are:
- the academic skills page of the University of New South Wales in Sydney (Australia)
- the practitioner's guide: Koller, T., Goedhart, M., Wessels, D., 2015. Valuation, measuring and managing the value of companies. Sixth edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, New Jersey
- the classic Graham, G., Dodd, D.L., 1940. Security analysis, principles and technique. McGraw Hill, New York
- the website of Aswath Damodaran
- the European standards for making information easy to read and understand
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