News and events of Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Essay Nick Bombaij accepted in the International Journal of Research in Marketing05th July 2019
The 1st essay of PhD candidate Nick Bombaij on “When do loyalty programs work? The moderating role of design, retailer-strategy, and country characteristics”, a study together with his advisor Marnik Dekimpe has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Research in Marketing.
John Einmahl new holder of Arie Kapteyn Chair28th June 2019
The Arie Kapteyn Chair has a new incumbent. On June 24, 2019, Rik Pieters passed the baton to John Einmahl. Pieters reflects, Einmahl offers a preview.
Unemployment during the Great Recession feeds left-wing populism; unauthorized immigration flows feed right-wing populism27th June 2019
In the past decade, there has been a great rise in populism in many western democracies. This has led to the emergence of radical and populist politicians. In his PhD research, Shuai Chen investigats the influence of recent unemployment during the Great Recession and the vast influx of unauthorized immigrants on the growth of populism. He shows there is a difference between the populism caused by economic factors and the populism caused by cultural factors.
13:30 - 15:00
PhD Defense Z. Niu
Essays in Empirical Asset Pricing and International Finance
13:30 - 15:00
PhD Defense B.S. Lous MSc
On free markets, income inequality, happiness and trust
16:15 - 17:15
Inaugural address Prof. A.M. Lejour
The burden of untaxed profits: tax avoidance in the Netherlands
TiSEM hosts an average of 30-35 visiting researchers annually for periods ranging from a week to several months, as well as more than 200 seminars and informal workshops per year.
Various seminars are held each week, providing frequent opportunities for visiting researchers, PhD students and faculty members to discuss current research and ongoing projects.