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prof.dr. Eduard Bomhoff

prof.dr. Eduard Bomhoff

Economist with a broad financial and economic profile
Languages : English, Dutch

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Eduard J. Bomhoff is professor of economics at Monash University, Sunway Campus. From 2005 to 2010 he was Dean of Social Sciences and Head of the School of Business at the Malaysia campus of the University of Nottingham. Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, he obtained an M.Sc. in pure mathematics and a PhD in economics. His research on inflation, exchange rates, forecasting and monetary policy has appeared in top international journals. Bomhoff has also written seven books and hundreds of articles for the general and business press. His current research interest is on international comparisons between values and relations between values and economic growth and development. In 2012 he has published two articles using WVS data in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Students and executives at the Netherlands School of Economics and at Nyenrode Business School awarded him the “teacher of the year” prize. Bomhoff has also been a visiting professor in Belgium, Germany, Singapore, Moscow and Bahrain. He has worked as an adviser at the Bank of Japan in Tokyo and at the I.M.F. In 2002 he served as Deputy Prime minister and minister of Health in the interim government of the Netherlands after the murder of Pim Fortuyn.

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Eduard J. Bomhoff is professor of economics at Monash University, Sunway Campus. From 2005 to 2010 he was Dean of Social Sciences and Head of the School of Business at the Malaysia campus of the University of Nottingham. Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, he obtained an M.Sc. in pure mathematics and a PhD in economics. His research on inflation, exchange rates, forecasting and monetary policy has appeared in top international journals. Bomhoff has also written seven books and hundreds of articles for the general and business press. His current research interest is on international comparisons between values and relations between values and economic growth and development. In 2012 he has published two articles using WVS data in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Students and executives at the Netherlands School of Economics and at Nyenrode Business School awarded him the “teacher of the year” prize. Bomhoff has also been a visiting professor in Belgium, Germany, Singapore, Moscow and Bahrain. He has worked as an adviser at the Bank of Japan in Tokyo and at the I.M.F. In 2002 he served as Deputy Prime minister and minister of Health in the interim government of the Netherlands after the murder of Pim Fortuyn.

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