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Janneke Oostrom wins 2021 SIOP Award

05-04-21

One of the papers by Janneke Oostrom has been awarded the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) 2021 Jeanneret Award.

ABRI PhD Day 2021 was a success

05-04-21

At the 2021 edition of the PhD Day, April 22, eight ABRI PhD candidates presented their work in progress to the greater ABRI community.

Third edittion 'Executives in Science, Business and Society’ magazine

04-16-21

It is our great pleasure to present to you the third edition of the ‘Executives in Science, Business and Society’ magazine; the first-ever edition fully dedicated to research by executive PhD candidates and alumni from ABRI’s executive PhD programme!

Marcel Seip successfully defended his dissertation

04-08-21

On March 26, in an online session Marcel Seip successfully defended his dissertation titled "Firms and Intellectual Property Rights: who, which, when and where".

Tünde Erdös successfully defended her thesis

04-08-21

On 1 April in an online session Tünde Erdös defended her thesis titled "Change process beyond goals: The client in the context of the working alliance in coaching".

Maarten de Groot on national radio and in de Telegraaf

03-26-21

Maarten de Groot has been interviewed by national radio.

03-23 Michalis Kokkoris won the WU City of Vienna Best Paper Award

03-23-21

Michalis Kokkoris won the WU City of Vienna Best Paper Award 2020 in the category New Research Avenues for the paper “True to which self? Lay rationalism and decision satisfaction in self-control conflicts” published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (with Erik Hoelzl and Carlos Alós-Ferrer).

Henri Dekker and Eelke Wiersma Winners of the 2020 David Solomons Prize

03-23-21

The Winners of the 2020 David Solomons Prize are Shannon Anderson, Henri Dekker, Karen Sedatole, and Eelke Wiersma for their article "When one size does not fit all: Using ex post subjective ratings to provide parity in risk-adjusted compensation" which appeared in: Management Accounting Research, Vol. 49, December 2020, 100706.

Preserving family wealth is relational rather than financial

03-23-21

Many wealthy families are transgenerationally oriented. Maarten de Groot - scientific director of the VU Center for Enterprise Family Research - investigated how these families can preserve their wealth for several generations - not by analyzing the family business, but by analyzing the family itself. He was in contact with more than a thousand wealthy families worldwide. De Groot concludes that maintaining prosperity is enhanced by effective governance and strong social capital, and that wealth preservation is therefore not about money.

Interview Elmira van den Broek (KIN)

03-11-21

Despite the great promises, artificial intelligence does not necessarily make selection decisions fairer, says VU PhD candidate Elmira van den Broek, in an interview with pwnet

Ulf Schäfer successfully defended his dissertation

03-11-21

On March 3 in an online session Ulf Schäfer successfully defended his dissertation titled "Moral disengagement as a social phenomenon: effects of moral disengagement on moral judgments of others and shared cognition in groups"

Michalis Kokkoris in Forbes and Psychology Today

03-11-21

Recent research conducted by Michalis Kokkoris together with Olga Stavrova from Tilburg University on the psychological impact of the pandemic has been covered among other media outlets by Forbes and Psychology Today.

Julia Schlegelmilch successfully defended her dissertation

02-19-21

On 9 February Julia Schlegelmilch successfully defended her dissertation titled "Where we work: Physical workplaces in a digital world".

Julia Mühlhaus successfully defended her thesis

02-12-21

On 2 February at 15:45 in an online session Julia Mühlhaus successfully defended her thesis titled "'Mapping' the broader social and geographic space and its interplay with individual careers and work identities".

Brian Doornenbal successfully defended his thesis

01-11-21

On January 7 at 13:45 in an online session Brian Doornenbal successfully defended his dissertation titled "The impact of status hierarchy on individual behavior and team processes".