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Sharda Nandram Integrative Spirituality in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Integrative Spirituality in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Research |  November 22 2019
The notion of senses and sensory reality would require either a redefinition or mechanism to cope with his new reality overlayed on the old reality.
Richard Janssen Promotie 2019 “Disruption requires balance between exploration and exploitation”

“Disruption requires balance between exploration and exploitation”

Research |  November 4 2019
Companies that are disrupted do not remain independent for long, and even go bankrupt. The speed at which this occurs has been increasing for years.
Oratie Olof Bik “Auditors should stand their ground in public debate.”

“Auditors should stand their ground in public debate.”

Research |  September 18 2019
Prof Dr Olof Bik delivered his inaugural speech titled: ‘Crossing the divide: behavioral research in auditing’.
Oratie prof. dr. Cokky Hilhorst Decision-making dilemmas in the digital age

Decision-making dilemmas in the digital age

Research |  September 11 2019
In her inaugural speech on September 11, 2019, Prof. Dr. Cokky Hilhorst will discuss the rationale behind IT investments.
Boekpresentatie Nick van Dam Developing self-confidence is essential to reach your potential

Developing self-confidence is essential to reach your potential

Research |  August 23 2019
A lack of self-confidence can have a negative impact on learning ability, work performance and career success.
Roberto Floren portret (Small) More than 270,000 family business owners in danger of losing privacy

More than 270,000 family business owners in danger of losing privacy

Research |  July 11 2019
Research by the RSM-Nyenrode Institute shows that the details of over 270,000 Dutch family business owners will become public under the UBO register.
i-PcpV7xk-S Can social enterprises apply and use the ANBI-status?

Can social enterprises apply and use the ANBI-status?

Research |  July 5 2019
Certain social enterprises in the Netherlands eligible to supporting tax facilities, such as the ANBI-status.
Maarten Sigle Cooperative compliance programmes increases tax certainty of large businesses

Cooperative compliance programmes increases tax certainty of large businesses

Research |  May 21 2019
Breukelen, May 21, 2019 – “A modern tax administration must include a trust-based regulatory approach in its compliance risk management strategy for large businesses. A so-called cooperative compliance program (CCP) – such as horizontal monitoring in the Netherlands – increases tax certainty and reduces aggressive tax practices.” This is one of the conclusions reached by Maarten Siglé RA in his dissertation titled “The effects of cooperative compliance programmes”, for which he will receive his doctorate from Nyenrode Business University on May 21, 2019.

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