Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM) is the leading European School for research and education in the fields of Business and Economics.
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The School offers a range of high-quality Bachelor and Master programs (most of them in English) as well as a rigorous Research Master and PhD program to about 7000 students.
TiSEM’s academic staff contribute to a range societally relevant topics through the cutting-edge international research on for example sustainability, entrepreneurship, innovation, market governance and ageing.
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Invest in your future by joining one of TiSEM’s excellent programs in Business and Economics. Build your knowledge, skills and character to become a leader of tomorrow. Benefit from the Tilburg University’s closeness to “the Silicon Valley of Europe” – the Brainpoort region – where high-tech multinationals offer plentiful internship and job opportunities. Enjoy our compact green campus, vibrant with student life. Explore Europe from Tilburg University’s central location and easy connections to main tourist attractions of the continent.
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Build your career at TiSEM and join the international community of world-class scholars and take a look at our vacancies. Explore the job opportunities at TiSEM.
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Join our vast network of industry, government and higher education partners. Collaborate with our School in the area of education and research. Consider joining TiSEM in a research project, establishing a chair by special appointment or becoming a partner organization in TiSEM’s Extended Master. Consider a professional PhD trajectory for yourself or one of your employees.
Pursue life-long learning at TiSEM and support the excellent research and educational projects that matter.
The gap between science and crisis management02nd July 2020
A crisis like the one we are currently in seems to be a fantastic opportunity for researchers to profile themselves. Society is desperate for knowledge and universities have that. But can that knowledge be used in practice, and do we remember the lessons learned? 'We need watch out that we don’t soon have a pile of papers that no one reads’, says crisis expert Kenny Meesters in the recently published NWO journal 'Onderzoek' (Research).
Wendy van der Valk appointed as Professor of Purchasing & Supply Chain Management30th June 2020
Wendy van der Valk was appointed as Professor of Purchasing & Supply Chain Management at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management of Tilburg University on April 1, 2020. The endowed chair has been set up by Nevi, the Dutch Association for Purchasing Management. The teaching and research remit includes stimulating research and teaching in the field of purchasing and supply chain management focusing on three specific themes.
During WW II, African American soldiers made England a less racist place, lasting until this day29th June 2020
Can racial prejudice be reduced or is it a constant of the human condition? And can interventions unfold effects that persist? Especially in light of recent events such as the Syrian refugee crisis, and more recently, the Black Lives Matter protests in the US, answers to these questions are desperately needed. In the long run, integration appears to have a positive effect on racial attitudes, which are passed on from generation to generation.
The Bundesliga & corona: Smashing the myth of home advantage28th June 2020
The German Bundesliga was the first European soccer league to resume play after the quarantine rules for the corona crisis were relaxed. The competition started again on May 16, without live spectators, after an interruption of more than two months. John Einmahl and Jan Magnus, both Experts in statistical methods, analyzed the data and came to a striking conclusion: home advantage disappears! It is now clear that spectators play an immense role.
Do Firms Foresee Proprietary Cost of Mandatory Public Disclosures?23rd June 2020
Research Robin Litjens covered by Duke University blog