Raymond Montizaan: You’re never too young to take a hard look at old age

Giving a public talk on a topic of near-universal interest, informed by one’s own research: what better way to spend a Saturday evening? And indeed, Raymond Montizaan, a researcher at

Gained in translation: Dutch pensions through German eyes

Theatre, art, photography, scholarly insights: every year, Maastricht’s PAS festival serves up many pleasures. But can a talk about our post-retirement income really make for an enjoyable evening? And how

Laureates and Lake Constance: young economist Hande Erkut on her Lindau adventure

Boasting 17 Nobel prizewinners and 350 rising stars from 66 countries, the 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences was a true meeting of minds for the discipline. SBE doctoral candidate

JUAN PALACIOS SERVES UP SOME HOME (AND OFFICE) TRUTHS

Pleasure, art, science… and some thought-provoking information about the great indoors. Juan Palacios, a doctoral candidate in real estate, is one of three SBE academics speaking this year at Maastricht’s

The Paper Trail: new publications by SBE academics

What drives graduates’ decision to stay in the Euregio…or prompts them to seek their fortune elsewhere? Inge Hooijen (ROA), Christoph Meng (ROA), Julia Reinold (UNU-Merit) and Melissa Siegel (UNU-Merit) drew

#NOFILTER? #LIVEYOURADVENTURE? STEFANIA FARACE INVESTIGATES OUR SNAP DECISIONS

Sure, they ‘liked’ that picture of you on Facebook – but what’s the evidence base for the social media impact of your selfies? Early career scholar Stefania Farace is helping