Backbone is the corporate magazine of Erasmus School of Economics Published three times a year, once in print and twice online, the magazine highlights successful and interesting alumni, covers the latest economics trends and faculty research, and reports on school news, events, and student, faculty, and alumni accomplishments.
Combining a study with research, a career and experience abroad
Meet our students
Dive in the world's most inspiring city
A short introduction to our groundbreaking research
Research in a nutshell
Five professors share their story with us
Meet your professor
Facts & Figures
Noted & Quoted
Meet alumna Sanne Blauw
Publication Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam Editors Ronald de Groot, Yrla van de Ven, Babette den Daas, Henk Goris, Aleksandra Stuip, Madeleine Kemna, Annemarieke Dumay-Roest, KrisKras context, content and design Concept, design and realization Kris Kras context, content and design Illustrations Carolyn Ridsdale Photography & Video Rotterdam Branding Toolkit, Kees Stuip Fotografie, Sophia van den Hoek, Marc Heeman, Daarzijn, Rien Bexkens, Koala Koncepts, Eric van Vuuren, Ka-Chun Lo, Willeke Machiels.
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Do you have a profound interest in the origins and evolution of economic issues? Are you interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to solve economic questions? Then the (International) Bachelor Econometrics and Operations Research is your programme of choice.
Some of the charachter traits that define Erasmus School of Economics students are their high level of activity and their work ethic. The character of the students is reflected in the presence of several active study associations. The multiple associations offer students a wide variety of opportunities.
Internationalization involves more than changing the language
By: Ivo Arnold, Vice Dean of Erasmus School of Economics
'At Erasmus School of Economics, we are on a journey to explore how to combine rigor with relevance'
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