Innovation and Economics - Economics

Model explains spontaneous explosions of delays in supply chains

Economics - Jun 19

A group of scientists has developed a model that explains how schedule-based systems, such as supply chains and railways, can be prone to spontaneous explosions of large-scale delays. The researchers recommend system operators to prioritize resilience, alongside efficiency, for better long-term outcomes. The study had been published today in the scientific journal Nature Physics .

Family-related issues can cause crises in family businesses

Crisis management in family businesses is strongly impacted by their unique goals, governance, and resources. This is argued by Joyce Kox in her PhD thesis entitled Navigating Crises in Family Businesses. Kox: "In family businesses, the family has a considerable impact on the decision-making, further complicating the dynamics of crisis management. On the one hand, the family is a potential source of crisis, on the other, the family can also be a help in overcoming a crisis."

Resilience Engineering in production: build in some slack

Economics - Health

Creating the leanest systems and procedures for an optimized production is at the heart of the traditional view of industry and production. But do lean systems stand their ground in the wake of disruptive events, like pandemics and geopolitical conflicts?

’I’m a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation’

Innovation - Economics

Fellow Ton Peijnenburg brings together the worlds of VDL ETG and TU/e. Collaboration with industry is in TU/e's blood.

Economics - Jun 18

UvA News

Curious about how the year 2023 unfolded for the UvA? Then read the recently published annual report. The common theme throughout the report is the Strategic Plan 2021-2026 'Inspiring Generations'.

New professor aims to make the world of work more inclusive: ’We need everyone to participate’

What if everyone could participate in the economy? According to Professor Rene Bakker, a more inclusive labor market would solve a lot of problems.

Tine De Moor’s Rotterdamlezing celebrates the power of citizen collectives

The mutual distrust between government and citizens is difficult to resolve. Tine De Moor researches citizen collectives. During the 20th Rotterdam Lecture, she showed what we can learn from the history of these initiatives and what their value is.

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