The Bank for International Settlements
Strength in numbers: can algorithms replace humans in financial regulation?
webmaster-sbe | 2 May

Artificial intelligence pinpoints patterns in financial transactions with lightning swiftness, making it invaluable for banks and regulatory authorities. Professor Dirk Broeders, currently

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Andres Perea speaking at Science Cafe Nijmegen, 9 April
Head games: why talking about epistemic game theory with non-experts is surprisingly easy… and a lot of fun
KM Shook | 25 April

Ever since my childhood, I have been fascinated by how we humans think. In that light, working on epistemic game

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Paul Smeets and Guido Weijers
Happy coincidence: when the comedian met the scholar
KM Shook | 18 April

If you measure research impact by how broadly it is shared, associate professor of finance Paul Smeets’ co-authored study on

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Michel Saive | 18 April

Please find below the schedule for the Graduation Ceremonies livestreams: Bachelor’s graduation ceremony: Session 1 | 11.00 – 13.00 watch the

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Writing an online review
The write stuff: if you want to get more out of that training session, review it
webmaster-sbe | 6 April

How can companies motivate their sales employees to take work-related training aimed at developing their skill sets? “Make them write reviews

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Well Read: SBE academics' recommended reads
Well Read: Nadine Kiratli on the ‘flowers and bees’ of marketing and logistics
KM Shook | 27 March

Whenever we can, we ask SBE scholars to recommend an academic paper or book that they find particularly valuable. This week,

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Marie Curie
Fine fellows: SBE’s Peiran Jiao and Thomas Meissner win Marie Skłodowska Curie awards
KM Shook | 12 March

Assistant professor of finance Peiran Jiao and assistant professor of economics Thomas Meissner have both been awarded Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual

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Martina Čaić
Friend or foe? Asking the elderly what they really think of plans for ‘robot caregivers’
KM Shook | 4 March

In countless areas of modern life, we are told, the robots are coming… and among the roles they may some

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Jarrod Ormiston
Getting down to business: MC4E hosts a bootcamp for budding refugee entrepreneurs
webmaster-sbe | 28 February

On Saturday 24 February, the Maastricht Centre for Entrepreneurship (MC4E) and Zuyd Hogeschool ran a one-day refugee entrepreneurship workshop at

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