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    Two SBE alumni receive prize from Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities

    22-06-2021

    SBE alumni Rogier Quaedvlieg and Matthijs Korevaar have received prizes from the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities for their PhD theses, which they completed at Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics.

  • Call for abstracts: Challenges to Genocide Research

    14-06-2021

    In collaboration with the Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict of Ruhr-Universität Bochum, the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights is organising a workshop entitled 'Critique is a gift: A workshop on challenges to genocide research.' The organisers invite abstracts to be submitted by July 15th 2021.

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    Masterclass: guiding companies to better understand circular strategies

    09-06-2021

    To innovate for a circular economy, companies need to make changes on many different levels. This can be difficult to organise. That is why Jan Konietzko created the Circularity Deck, a card deck-based tool that helps people in companies better understand the circular strategies and the levels at which they can be applied. Jan recently created a Masterclass with Impact Hub Amsterdam that goes over this Circularity Deck. 

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    Success factors for cross-border real estate transactions: information and patience

    08-06-2021

    Buying a house abroad, with the complex procedures of rules and formalities that apply in the world of real estate transactions, one might wonder: what obstacles might I encounter? In her dissertation, Katja Zimmermann examined the operation and obstacles of various land registration systems. Her research resulted in well-considered proposals for the facilitation of cross-border real estate transactions.

  • Raising the state pension age means that people will continue to work for longer

    08-06-2021

    People work longer and retire later. In addition, they have started to focus much more on the age at which they receive AOW. This and more is apparent from research by the Research Center for Education and the Labor Market (ROA) of Maastricht University

  • Maastricht Study Group for Critical Approaches to International Law host online workshop

    21-05-2021

    On Thursday 20 May, the Maastricht Study Group for Critical Approaches to International Law hosted its first external event, an online workshop entitled Narratives of International Law. With 3 panels, a total of 17 panelists joining from 4 different continents, from students to professors, the workshop provided many diverse and stimulating conversations on what international law is, and what it could be. 

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    Call for papers: Ius Commune Workshop on Empirical Contract Law

    18-05-2021

    The workshop will take place on 25 November 2021 and it seeks to provide an opportunity for legal scholars to present their most recent empirical studies in the field of contract law. Early-stage contributions where the data has not yet been collected and analyzed are also invited.

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    Ius Commune Prize 2021

    18-05-2021

    The Ius Commune Prize will be awarded to the PhD student or starting researcher who wrote an article of outstanding quality which falls within the material scope encompassed by the objectives of the Ius Commune Research School. The value of the prize is € 1.250,-.

  • Attention for employee well-being also beneficial for companies

    17-05-2021

    Dutch companies say that the well-being of employees is important. On a scale of 1 to 10, they give this topic an 8.

  • HBO Monitor: more stress due to corona pandemic

    12-04-2021

    The new report based on the HBO Monitor shows that HBO graduates experience more stress in their work than before the corona pandemic. On the other hand, unemployment figures among this group have changed relatively little.

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