Graduate School of Business and Economics
The Graduate School of Business and Economics (GSBE) focuses on economic and business-related research. One of our main priorities is to stimulate excellent research that contributes to societal challenges, performed by the following SBE departments:
- Accounting and Information Management
- Educational Research and Development
- Data Analytics and Digitalisation
- Macro, International and Labour Economics
- Marketing and Supply Chain Management
- Micro and Public Economics
- Organisation, Strategy and Entrepreneurship
- Quantitative Economics
- ROA (Research on Education and the Labour Market)
GSBE’s mission is to maintain and promote an inspirational and fertile research environment that follows the highest international standards; to establish a collaborative and inclusive research community in which people share values and ideas, stimulate research engagement; and co-create and share research knowledge and skills with external partners for educational, societal, and economic benefit.
2 research master’s programmes
30+ dissertations a year
Led by Prof. Frank Cörvers
GSBE has seven research themes drawing on expertise from SBE departments and institutes. This collaboration exists in both research and teaching. Many research themes cannot be characterised as exclusively covering either business or economics: they all cross the boundaries of both business and economics.
The bigtime software toolbox: an Elinor Ostrom grant projectThursday, September 16, 2021
In this piece, Dr. Ines Wilms and SBE master student Enrico Wegner introduce the bigtime software toolbox they have developed with the support of the Elinor Ostrom Fund.
Peiran Jiao awarded NWO Vidi grantWednesday, July 14, 2021
The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Associate Professor Peiran Jiao of Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics with a NWO Vidi grant. The NWO Vidi grant of up to 800,000 euros is awarded to excellent researchers who, after obtaining their doctorate, have conducted research successfully for several years.
The sense and non-sense of early supplier involvementTuesday, March 23, 2021
In this blog post, Assistant Professor Robert Suurmond explores the common argument that earlier supplier involvement is an effective approach to new product development.