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Jeroen Veldman Jeroen Veldman appointed as Professor of Corporate Governance

Jeroen Veldman appointed as Professor of Corporate Governance

About Nyenrode |  February 14 2023
As of January 1, 2023, Jeroen Veldman has been appointed as Professor of Corporate Governance at Nyenrode Business University. As Professor, Veldman will conduct research into the institutional embedding of Corporate Governance. His main focus will be on the question of how laws and regulations, codes and behavior change in the context of transitions.
Kalun Tse portret The shoulders of Kalun Tse

The shoulders of Kalun Tse

Community |  February 13 2023
Prof. dr. Kalun Tse, professor of Finance at Nyenrode Business University, will retire this year. To this day he is much loved and an inspiration to colleagues and students. Read more about it in this wonderful column by Prof. dr. Désirée van Gorp.
Jeroen Veldman The corporate governance code: Never complain, always apply and explain

The corporate governance code: Never complain, always apply and explain

Research |  February 9 2023
Is the recently updated corporate governance code still relevant and future-proof? According to Jeroen Veldman, Professor of Corporate Governance at Nyenrode Business University, this discussion calls for a strong plea: let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater. Read the full essay in Management Scope (in Dutch).
Get ready for the next wave of ESG reporting

Get ready for the next wave of ESG reporting

Education |  February 6 2023
The EU’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is transforming ESG reporting. Starting from 2024, almost 50,000 companies are subject to mandatory sustainability reporting, including non-EU companies which have subsidiaries operating within the EU or are listed on EU regulated markets.
Désirée van Gorp Take more responsibility in making global value chains sustainable

Take more responsibility in making global value chains sustainable

Research |  January 25 2023
Not just companies, but governments and citizens too have a responsibility in making global value chains more sustainable. That is what Désirée van Gorp, professor of International Business at Nyenrode Business University, firmly believes. Global value chains represent processes in which goods and services are produced, processed, and delivered in different countries. Van Gorp: “Making these chains sustainable means, above all, taking solidarity as a starting point. What is good for us must also be good for people in the countries where we move our activities to, such as production processes.”
IG small TEDxNyenrodeUniversity – Get your ticket now!

TEDxNyenrodeUniversity – Get your ticket now!

Community |  January 12 2023
Still a few weeks to go and then TEDxNyenrodeUniversity will take place. During this event, with the theme Think Upside Down, various speakers from different backgrounds will inspire us to Think Upside Down.
waddenzee klein Can the Wadden Sea be granted legal personality in order to include its voice in public decision-making?

Can the Wadden Sea be granted legal personality in order to include its voice in public decision-making?

Research |  December 22 2022
For the Wadden Sea, could a Rights of Nature approach be promising for strengthening the protection of natural values in this area? Prof. Dr. Tineke Lambooy LL.M. (Professor of Business Law at Nyenrode Business University) explored this issue together with fellow researchers Tessa van Soest and Ignace Breemer.
technologische innovatie Three friends and one brilliant idea of how to drastically reduce return shipments of web shops

Three friends and one brilliant idea of how to drastically reduce return shipments of web shops

Community |  December 22 2022
Three alumni friends start a company together: “With our startup SizeBuddy, we want to help the smaller companies reducing their costs and doing business in a more sustainable way”.

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