CBS in February

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Learn how feelings in Danish texts are mapped by means of computer technology, and meet a PhD student from Berkeley who is able to demonstrate the impact of mortgage credit expansion on family structure. Come and visit CBS in February.

02/04/2014

When computers assess feelings
The internet is a platform for a great deal of emotional statements. Sentiments that may indicate a future crisis in an organisation or the like. At the seminar ”Computing Feelings”, a group of researchers presents their new results from working with so-called Sentiment Analysis; technology that automatically analyses opinions and feelings expressed in texts. The researchers are now developing this technology with a particular focus on the Danish language.

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Time and place:

Friday 28 February 2014, 13:00 – 17:00 at Dalgas Have, room D1V001

 

The impact of mortgage credit expansion on family structure
The research of Isaac Hacamo, PhD at the University of California, Berkeley, shows that access to credit may have significant impact on the family increase.  Hacamo is visiting CBS to present his research on credit and family structure, which shows that credit access provides better possibilities of moving into larger homes and consequently have more children.

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Time and place:

Thursday 6 February 2014 - 11:00 - 12:15 at Solbjerg Plads 3, 2000 Frederiksberg SPs12

 

Care from volunteers vs. care from public employees
Is the care coming from a publicly employed care worker different from voluntary care? At the after-work seminar "Frivillighedens logik (the logic of voluntariness)", Anders La Cour, Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, will give a different perspective on the logic behind voluntariness. La Cour will talk about how the unique care from volunteers can be organised by means of strategies,  and how voluntariness and politics can be combined in new ways.

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Time and place:

5 February 2014, 15:30 – 17:00 at Porcelænshaven, room PH407

 

How social media benefits the competitive power of companies
Social media have helped organisations share their knowledge more efficiently. This workshop takes a critical look at the actual impact of social media in organisations, and how social media can contribute to a strengthening of competitiveness. The speakers include several researchers from CBS and Dr Kathrin Kirchner, researcher in knowledge sharing through social media.

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Time and place:

Friday 21 February 2014, 09:00 – 10:30 at Dalgas Have 15, room DSC033

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