"We live in good times for people who like to learn", Andrew Ng, Oct. 2020.
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A warm welcome to all new RSM 2023-24 students!
This guide provides an overview of recommended sources for business and management research. The guide will help you to find journals, books, reference works, and data sources that are critical for research and education.
Curious about RSM research topics? Have a look at the 2022 Research overview below (LGBTQ+ colors!):
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More about this guide
This guide will mostly cover research sources for business management and related disciplines, for further information on Economics and financial database tutorials, please see the links below:
The Erasmus Data Service Centre (EDSC) organises introduction workshops, which run bi-weekly between September and December, and topical weekly workshops (stock, M&A, Board data, etc.) to support MA thesis, from January to June.
For more information about the workshops, please visit the EDSC webpages.
Book a space for the next EDSC workshop using the interactive calendar below:
ECDA has partnered with several leading tech companies and startups that offer cloud infrastructure for data and AI, access to specific data sets and algorithms, and use of advanced tools for AI and machine learning, process mining and visualization. The EDSC will be sharing their facilities, data retrieval expertise, and access to financial data sets.
The Erasmus Data Collaboratory is located on the first floor of the Polak building. The Bloomberg/Eikon Datastream terminals and the EDSC instruction room will now be available in this space (rooms Y1-7 and Y1-8).