On 11 April, John Kay, Professor of Economics, London School of Economics, fellow St John’s College, University of Oxford, will deliver the 2016 Joan Muysken lecture in Maastricht.
Monday morning, 11 January, Tongersestraat 53. Members of staff from the School of Business take their seats in an intimate setting for a lecture by professor Paul De Grauwe (Ukkel, 1946), the international economic authority who has been appointed honorary doctor at Maastricht University.
On Monday, 11 January 2016, Maastricht University (UM) celebrated the 40th Dies Natalis in the St. Janskerk, under the theme ‘40 years young; the past, the future’. During the Dies celebrations we looked back on the university’s forty-year history and its many accomplishments over the years. As part of the celebration, Professor Paul Grauwe received his honorary doctorate
The Maastricht University School of Business and Economics has, for three years, hosted the NEVI Procurement Leadership Program (PLP) in Maastricht. Recently, we had the official graduation ceremony. All nineteen participants passed the requirements of this unique 9-month leadership program which is especially deigned for Procurement executives.
In this video interview, Petra Dassen-Housen, the mayor of Beesel, a small town in the Dutch province of Limburg, shares her experience with crisis management following a hostage-taking situation that ended with the death of the hostage-taker and his three-year-old daughter. She recently gave a lecture on the subject to third-year bachelor’s students participating in the course Crisis Management in Organizations (EBC2100) at the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE).
Rudolf Müller has been appointed scientific director of the Business Intelligence and Smart Services Institute (BISS). Müller is professor of Quantitative Infonomics at the School of Business and Economics (SBE). As of 1 October, he will head the BISS knowledge and innovation centre on the Brightlands Smart Services Campus in Heerlen.
More than thirty years ago, in 1984, Prof. dr. Hein Schreuder was one of three professors to help establish the Faculty of Economics of the newly founded Maastricht University , now the School of Business and Economics (SBE). He left the university in 1991 to join DSM, where he served as Executive Vice-President Corporate Strategy & Acquisitions at DSM until 2012. Prof Schreuder returns to Maastricht on 24 April to deliver a keynote speech at Shaping the Future, a 30 Years of SBE celebratory event. His keynote will be based on a book recently coauthored called “From Coal to Biotech, The Transformation of DSM with Business School Support.” He spoke to us about his book and the experiences on which it is based.
My name is Harold F. D. Hassink. I am 47 years old, the father of three children, a professor of