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ASE News

You can view all the news published by the Amsterdam School of Economics below. Find an overview of external media publications (Dutch only) of our researchers on the page ASE in de media. Also see a list of our events

 

Results: 1 - 20 of 300
Results: 1 - 20 of 300
  • Environmental Economics: mapping and overcoming obstacles to climate policy
    30 Jun 2021
    National and international climate policies are surrounded by huge uncertainties and numerous obstacles. What are these obstacles and how do you formulate suitable solutions for a world that is unequally affected by ...
  • UvA alumni develop automated platform for corporate finance
    17 Jun 2021
    Intrical AI, a startup founded by 3 UvA alumni, builds company profiles for corporate finance on the basis of AI. The product has now achieved the status of MVP (minimal viable product), with ABN AMRO as the ...
  • CeNDEF researcher co-authors winning research paper
    16 Jun 2021
    Professor Cars Hommes (Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics in Economics and Finance, CeNDEF) recently co-authored a paper that won the first prize in the ‘Complexity in Macroeconomics’ research paper competition.
  • Jeroen van de Ven (foto: Kirsten van Santen)
    Jeroen van de Ven appointed professor of Information, Communication, and Strategic Interaction
    9 Jun 2021
    Dr Jeroen van de Ven (1975) has been appointed professor of Information, Communication, and Strategic Interaction at the University of Amsterdam's (UvA) Faculty of Economics and Business.
  • UvA Hybrid Learning Theatre wins international award and gets sequel
    8 Jun 2021
    The Economics and Business (EB) Hybrid Learning Theatre at the UvA has received an international award from the European University Information Systems organisation (EUNIS). EUNIS chose the project as the overall ...
  • Thomas Buser appointed professor of Behavioural Applied Microeconomics
    26 May 2021
    Dr Thomas Buser (b. 1980) has been appointed professor of Behavioural Applied Microeconomics at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Amsterdam (UvA).
  • Why do we make the decisions we make?
    11 May 2021
    In the fields of economics and business, decision-making is key. How do consumers choose which item to purchase or which business to patronise? How do those working in the financial markets decide whether they think ...
  • Lund University wins 2021 Econometric Game
    13 Apr 2021
    The team from Sweden’s Lund University has won the ‘world championship’ in Econometrics held last week on 8 and 9 April. The competition was organised by the VSAE study association for EB students of actuarial ...
  • UvA EB organises Econometric Game 2021
    8 Apr 2021
    UvA EB’s Association of Actuarial Sciences and Econometrics students (VSAE) has organised the 2021 Econometric Game. During this competition, 30 international teams will take on the challenge of case that revolves ...
  • Interview with Roel Beetsma in French publication l'Opinion
    7 Apr 2021
    Roel Beetsma was interviewed earlier this month on the subject of reforming the European growth and stability pact after an economic crisis. The interview was published on the website of the French newspaper ...
  • Housing market contagion: do higher prices there mean higher prices here?
    2 Mar 2021
    Do changing prices in the US housing market mean similar shifts will be seen in house prices in the Netherlands? Will rising house prices in Amsterdam mean the same will be seen across the country? These are the ...
  • Maarten Pieter Schinkel presents ‘Green Cartel’ research at the European Commission
    10 Feb 2021
    ASE professor Maarten Pieter Schinkel presented his research on ‘Green Cartels’, conducted with Leonard Treuren, at a European Commission (EC) conference on 4 February. The event was organised to explore how ...
  • EBE student Yeewah Chong wins Covid Behavioural Challenge
    3 Feb 2021
    Third-year Economics and Business Economics (EBE) student Yeewah Chong, working together with her cousin David Teng, has won the Covid Behavioural Challenge. The competition was organised to collect the best ideas to ...
  • Apply now for an EPOC fellowship
    29 Jan 2021
    CeNDEF is a partner in the new Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network 'Economic Policy in Complex Environments' (EPOC). The EPOC programme will host 15 PhD students for 3 years starting in September 2021, ...
  • CeNDEF researchers published in CEPR journal
    29 Jan 2021
    Center for Nonlinear Dynamics in Economics and Finance (CeNDEF) researchers recently had a paper published in the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) journal on the topic of COVID-19 as a driver of change in ...
  • Ilker Birbil appointed professor of Artificial Intelligence & Optimisation Techniques for Business and Society
    27 Jan 2021
    Professor Ilker Birbil (1973) has been appointed professor of Artificial Intelligence & Optimisation Techniques for Business and Society at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Amsterdam (UvA).
  • UvA lecturer Henk Volberda addresses the king concerning digital infrastructure in the COVID period
    20 Jan 2021
    On Wednesday 20 January, King Willem-Alexander spoke to representatives of businesses and organisations - including UvA lecturer Henk Volberda - about the development of our digital infrastructure in the COVID ...
  • Call for papers: Competition Law and Inequality Conference
    14 Jan 2021
    The Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics and the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance are issuing a call for papers for their joint conference to be held on 20 and 21 May at the University of Amsterdam.
  • Stevan Rudinac wins 2020 Van der Schroeff Award
    13 Jan 2021
    The Van der Schroeff Award for the best lecturer at UvA Economics and Business was awarded to Dr Stevan Rudinac (Operations Management section ABS). The winner was announced during the online New Year’s Toast on ...
  • Advisory report outlines opportunities for Amsterdam metropolitan region after the COVID crisis
    9 Jan 2021
    The COVID-crisis has affected Amsterdam and the metropolitan area disproportionally: substantial unemployment, 5-10 months of backlog in children’s education, significant growth in households with debts, and an ...