Overview Eureka! editions
Eureka! is the knowledge newsletter of Economics and Business. Interviews with our researchers about their current research are published in this quarterly newsletter.
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Eureka! edition July 2019
Interview with Myrna Hennequin | An interest rate hike combined with a transparent policy might dampen expectations that drive bubbles in financial markets.
Interview with Roselinde Kessels | Sophisticated choice questions and statistical methods are a good way to obtain insight into people’s preferences.
More interviews in this Eureka! • Qingchen Wang on using machine learning in decision making processes in operations management and digital marketing.
Eureka! edition March 2019
Interview with Ronald Does | Improve efficiency and reduce the number of avoidable errors in processes, especially in hospitals.
Interview with Massimo Giuliodori | Member states should coordinate their government bonds auctions more closely to reduce additional costs.
More interviews in this Eureka! • Dorinth van Dijk on the marketability of real estate as a price change predictor • Hannah Berkers on the impact of changing tasks on employees
Eureka! edition October 2018
Interview with Pauline Rossi | Crucial components driving population growth, like economic considerations, are being overlooked.
Interview with Stephen Jagau | Do people make other decisions in groups than individually and what is the value of intuition in solving complex problems?
More interviews in this Eureka! • Renske van Geffen on a company's role in employee pro-activity • David Veenman on predictive power and prudence in financial accounting
Eureka! edition June 2018
Interview with Evangelos Kanoulas | Big data is widely available these days. To help turn data into solutions, more advances in artificial intelligence are needed.
Interview with Cars Hommes | Current equilibrium models fail to predict business cycles correctly. Models incorporating human behaviour are the future.
More interviews in this Eureka! • Colin Lee on big data in HR • Ward Romp on postponing major interventions in pension systems