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Nyenrode scores again above average on practical orientation

Education |  April 16 2020
The master's programs at Nyenrode Business University score above average when it comes to practical orientation.
remko-renes-bijgesneden Are businesses still failing to adequately consider financial implications of climate change?

Are businesses still failing to adequately consider financial implications of climate change?

Research |  January 21 2020
It has become almost a necessity for business schools to teach future managers about how and why it is so crucial to consider the financial implications climate change will have.
DARC 2019 DARC 2019; insights into current accounting research in the Netherlands

DARC 2019; insights into current accounting research in the Netherlands

Research |  October 31 2019
After successful editions in Maastricht, Rotterdam, Tilburg, and Groningen, Nyenrode Business University hosted the 5th Dutch Accounting Research Conference (DARC) on Monday, June 17, 2019
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’.
Afscheid Prof. dr. H.P.A.J. Langendijk CSF190084-437 Let umbrella organizations appoint and pay auditors

Let umbrella organizations appoint and pay auditors

About Nyenrode |  March 29 2019
On March 29, 2019, Prof Dr Henk Langendijk said goodbye as a professor at Nyenrode Business University. In Nyenrode’s Pfizer room, he delivered his farewell speech titled: ‘The (un)true and fair view of the annual financial statements and the position of the auditor.’ His most important advice is to have auditors appointed and paid by umbrella organizations in order to create more impartiality.
Joost van Buuren Scientific validation of audit methodology in accountancy needed

Scientific validation of audit methodology in accountancy needed

Research |  November 28 2018
“The field of Auditing & Assurance is about people and trust”, says Prof. Dr. Joost van Buuren. However, according to Van Buuren, the field has not been innovative enough in recent years and is failing to adequately fulfill users’ wishes. Van Buuren therefore calls upon the sector to develop a new active approach: one in which innovation is aimed at meeting users’ needs and boosting their trust in the accountant through scientific validation of audit methodology. Van Buuren: “Accountants must start thinking differently and seize opportunities with an open mind in order to increase the relevance of the accounting position.”
Nyenrode AH An enterprising book by Europe, for Europe

An enterprising book by Europe, for Europe

Education |  November 9 2018
Entrepreneurial finance is a fast-growing phenomenon in this day and age. New forms of financing are developing at a rapid pace with the changing European economy and the increasing number of startups and scale-ups. What is lagging behind in these developments is the literature. Until now, that is. The book “Entrepreneurial Finance: The Art and Science of Growing Ventures” is a new standard work, textbook and research book all in one, drawing enthusiastic responses from numerous students, lecturers and critics.
Promotie Beau Soederhuizen met paranimfen Study on the impact of policy measures on the economy

Study on the impact of policy measures on the economy

Research |  June 11 2018
The turmoil surrounding the economic situation in Italy has returned in recent weeks. Based on inflation expectations, however, Italian consumers intend to remain in the eurozone. Inflation expectations would indeed rise if the country were to leave the eurozone, though the findings show that inflation expectations actually fall during times of concern over the eurozone’s future. This points to an internal adjustment mechanism within the eurozone. This is one of the conclusions reached by Beau Soederhuizen in his dissertation titled “Empirical studies on (un)conventional policies and macroeconomic adjustment during the crisis”, for which he will receive his doctorate from Nyenrode Business Universiteit on 11 June 2018. At age 26, Soederhuizen is the youngest person ever to earn a PhD from the university.

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