Hot topic: Nora Pankratz wins FIR-PRI grant to study financial impact of heat exposure

It’s a given that heatwaves affect us all, and not just on an individual level as we suffer through a sweltering day, but on a national level, too, as extreme

Well read: Christian Kerckhoffs on lessons from history

Every week we ask SBE scholars to recommend an academic paper or book from outside their discipline. This week, Christian Kerckhoffs, lecturer in economics and quantitative methods in the Departments of Economics

MC4E’s JARROD ORMISTON WINS LIMBURG FUNDING FOR REFUGEE ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT

Jarrod Ormiston, assistant professor in social entrepreneurship at the Maastricht Centre for Entrepreneurship (MC4E), has been awarded an Alumni Fund Grant of 9,800 euros by the Limburg University Fund/SWOL [Universiteitsfonds

THE PAPER TRAIL: Hannes Guenter on the secrets to successful research teams

What makes a research team successful? A team led by Hannes Guenter, associate professor of organizational behavior at SBE, might just have some essential insights. Guenter is lead author of the

Well Read: Jaap Bos on Dave Eggers’ literary truths and the lost boys of Sudan

Every week we ask SBE scholars to recommend an academic paper or book from outside their discipline. This week, Jaap Bos, professor of banking and finance in the Department of Finance, tells us

Winners take all: SBE expertise is rewarded with major EU grant for a new European Network for Game Theory

If further proof is needed that Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics has become “one of the leaders in the field” for game theory, a “very surprising” but very

Banking on Industry workshop 29/9: small businesses and the banking ecosystem after the 2008 crash

As small and medium enterprises struggle to recover from the 2008 global financial crisis, does the banking system do all it can to help? And just how robust are the

Local knowledge: sharing expertise at SSF’s Service Design and Innovation summer school 2017

In July 2017, Maastricht University’s Service Science Factory (SSF) had the great pleasure of once again hosting its Service Design and Innovation summer school for international students. This course, which is

Well Read: Inge Hooijen on a fascinating look at the web’s big data… and our little lies

Every week we ask a School of Business and Economics scholar to tell us about a favourite recent academic paper or book from outside his or her own discipline. This week, Inge Hooijen,

Institute of Management Accountants certification: a Dutch first for SBE’s MSc in International Business

The high quality of a master’s course at the School of Business and Economics has enabled Maastricht University to become the first university in the Netherlands to earn a formal