Netspar funding received by Thomas Post (FINANCE) and Lisa Brüggen

Lisa Brüggen (Marketing) and Thomas Post (Finance) receive funding for a Netspar Theme Grant (250,000€). Over the next three years a team of researchers including Lisa, Thomas, Rob Bauer (Finance), and Wändi Bruine de Bruin (Leeds University Business School and Carnegie Mellon University) and industry partners including Aegon, APG, PGGM, and NEST Corporation will collaborate on the project “Engaging pension plan participants: How emotions, peer effects, and life events influence the effectiveness of pension communication.”

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