Richard H. Thaler, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize for Economics, has helped bring behavioural economics in from the fringes of the discipline and introduced its ideas to a broad audience. We talk to Maastricht University School of Business and Economics academics about his impact, the role of behavioural economics in their work, and its place in education at Maastricht University.
Adolf Hitler was an unlikely leader – fuelled by hate, incapable of forming normal human relationships, unwilling to debate political issues – and yet he commanded enormous support. So how was it possible that Hitler became such an attractive figure to millions of people? That is the important question at the core of Laurence Rees’ new book.
Two SBE economists are listed in the latest “Economentop 40 2014” (The Economists Top of 2014). Professor Nils Kok is
Prof. Dr. Lisa Brüggen explains why Value Based Marketing is important for students and companies.
Maastricht University Modular Executive MBA has been rated #5 of best post-graduate programs in executive MBA in Western Europe. NL
SBE researcher Ursula Glunk SBE researchers Ursula Glunk and Mariëlle Heijltjes share their views on responsible leadership “If you could
Prof. Luc Keuleneer, teaching Treasury Management in our iEMFC program met with European President Herman Van Rompuy in Brussels last March
SBE professor Rob Bauer on ethical investing According to Al Gore, researchers from the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics
SBE professor Piet Eichholtz on how sustainable investments can protect your pension Nils Kok is fresh off the plane from
The service provider should be made aware of the impact they make through their communication style on feelings, attitudes and