“Economic policy was based on false correlations”

In Money ,
Written by Wednesday, 17 March 2004 00:00
Exciting search for common cyclical features Candelon and Hecq make use of similar statistical techniques, but their perspective is more ‘macro-economic’ than that of the Nobel prize-winners. They particularly studied the common features in economic cycles in Europe, which has regularly led them to surprising conclusions. "With the statistical arithmetic…
Commitment and community spirit as a marketing strategy "Creating commitment creates satisfied people, who are prepared to do something for someone else." These are the words of Prof. Dr. Ko de Ruyter, professor of Marketing at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Universiteit Maastricht and winner of the…
The housing market is locked up. A good 13% of office space is unoccupied, and in business parks, roughly one in every ten buildings is merely an empty shell. Behold the state of affairs of real estate in the Netherlands. As ever, Piet Eichholtz is calling for unorthodox solutions.

Accountants make mistakes in fraud cases

In Money ,
Written by Thursday, 02 October 2003 00:00
Research on compliance with Regulation on Fraud Reporting Prof. dr. Steven Maijoor investigated in cooperation with dr. Harold Hassink and dr. Roger Meuwissen how accountants deal with frauds they discover during statutory and voluntary audits. On the basis of extrapolation it was found that the top thirty of Dutch accountant…

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