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donderdag 14 december 2017

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen: International Human Rights Law and Public International Law LLM students visit the Europ...

International Human Rights Law and Public International Law LLM students visit the European Court of Human Rights

On the 6th of December, sixteen LLM Students from the International Human Rights Law and Public International Law LLM programmes , accompanied by Dr. Katerina Tsampi, visited the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg, France.

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Jan Bouwman: 'Plan om op handen zijnde Duitse tolheffing aan te vechten heeft zeker kans van slagen'

Het plan van het kabinet om de op handen zijnde Duitse tolheffing bij het Europese hof aan te vechten, heeft zeker kans van slagen. Dat zegt Jan Bouwman, hoogleraar belastingrecht aan de Universiteit Groningen, in de Volkskrant. In het Duitse plan wordt de Duitse automobilist volledig gecompenseerd voor de tolheffing, buitenlandse autorijders krijgen die korting niet.

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Faculty of Economics and Business achieves 3-year EQUIS re-accreditation

The European accreditation institution EFMD has just announced that the Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) of the University of Groningen has been awarded the prestigious EQUIS accreditation for an additional 3 years. This re-accreditation was achieved following an extensive and rigorous evaluation of the Faculty by the EQUIS Peer Review Team in September. The initial EQUIS accreditation was awarded in 2014 and it is credit to the hard work of FEB's staff and students that they have been able to maintain an impeccable standard and achieve re-accreditation. FEB was also re-awarded AACSB accreditation just last year. The combination of both the EQUIS and AACSB accreditations is only reserved for the global top 1% of business schools.

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UK feels the brunt, but Brexit will hammer the Germans and Dutch too

How much economic damage every region in Europe is set to face due to Brexit is revealed in a new study by University of Groningen's Professor Bart Los and Dr Wen Chen, along with colleagues from other institutions. The United Kingdom is estimated to feel the brunt of the fallout. But its closest trading partners face steep risks too, such as Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and France, according to the study.

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