About AEclipse

AEclipse is a recognized study association by the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam. We are the study association for pre-master students in Economics and Business, and master students of International Economics, Policy Economics, Economics of Markets and Organisations, and Economics of Sustainability. We offer a variety of events, ranging from professional to social and academic, such as in-house days, trips and guest lectures. In this way, we provide members with many opportunities to expand their network, develop valuable skills, explore new possibilities and get ready for the start of their career.

 
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Become a Member

Are you interested in participating in our events? Then become a member of AEclipse and be part of our community!

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Our Social Events

Check out our upcoming and previous social events!

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Our Sport Events

Check out our upcoming and previous sport events!

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Our Blog

Do you want to know more about AEclipse, our committees, or our past events? Then check out our blog posts!

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Careers

Are you looking for a part-time job during your studies, an internship, or a job for after your  graduation? Have a look at the job opportunities  at our partners!

 

Our Partners

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Do you want to know more? Contact us!

If you have any questions about an event, becoming a member, or if would simply like to get to know us, then don't be shy! You can always contact us via our social media channels, or via e-mail to info@aeclipse.nl.

Nobel Prize Winner Lecture: Guido Imbens

In cooperation with the Erasmus University Rotterdam, AEclipse invited Professor Guido Imbens, former Erasmus Universits student and recent winner of the Nobel prize in Economics, to speak about his most important work and his path to success.
In his lecture, Professor Imbens began with a short history of econometrics, where he talked about the gradual move from randomized control trials towards leveraging sophisticated methods to identify causal effects from observational data.

After his insightful lecture, Jonah Bol, Commissioner of Internal Affairs for study association AEclipse, interviewed Professor Imbens. They discussed Imbens’ time in Rotterdam and the influence Erasmus School of Economics and Professor Jan Tinbergen (1969 Nobel Prize winner) had on his career.