Over 100 local business professionals and stakeholders joined the latest biannual Taste of Knowledge afternoon organised on 5 June 2014 by the Postgraduate Education department of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
Prof. Muriel Niederle, Stanford University, gave a keynote speech on the topic ‘Gender, competitiveness and career choices’ at SBE’s 7th Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium (M-BEES) on 2 June 2014.
In the sport sector, soccer has a special place as it is by far the most popular sport worldwide with most participants, television exposure and viewers. In fact it can be stated that, commercially viewed, soccer is the biggest business of them all.
Maastricht University School of Business and Economics is proud to launch a new online service: the UM Expert Guide.
On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers, one of the most prestigious players on Wall Street, filed for bankruptcy. This marked
Currency expert Bernard Lietaer states that the fundamental problem with our present-day monetary system is that it is not sufficiently diverse.
After the financial crisis in 2008 economic growth in the Euro area stagnated. While economic growth in Asia remained relatively high during the crisis and thereafter, and the US has recovered, economic growth in the Euro area remains low.
The biggest entrepreneurship conference in Limburg is opening its doors again for its sixth edition in Maastricht on 14-16 May.
Currency expert Prof. Bernard Lietaer argues that we need an upgrade of our monetary systems as a systemic solution to our global economic, financial and sustainability crisis. He shows that we need the circulation of different types of currencies for different types of purposes.
For economists, the feasibility of a single currency depends on the existence of an optimum currency area. In this talk, we ask whether there is also such a thing as an optimum banking area.