Strength in numbers: can algorithms replace humans in financial regulation?

Artificial intelligence pinpoints patterns in financial transactions with lightning swiftness, making it invaluable for banks and regulatory authorities. Professor Dirk Broeders, currently a fellow at the world’s “bank for central banks” in


Head games: why talking about epistemic game theory with non-experts is surprisingly easy… and a lot of fun

Ever since my childhood, I have been fascinated by how we humans think. In that light, working on epistemic game theory feels like the ideal playground to me, since in


Happy coincidence: when the comedian met the scholar

If you measure research impact by how broadly it is shared, associate professor of finance Paul Smeets’ co-authored study on “buying happiness” is doing well by any measure, with high citations