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From CBP to DBP – 10 Year Anniversary


Photo: Where it all began….

Department of Business and Politics 10 year Anniversary the 9th of September 2014

1st Section at Kilen Ks48  - moderator: Visiting Professor John L. Campbell.

13:30     Welcome
             By Professor Susana Borrás, Head of Department.

13:35     Keynote presentation: Varieties of Liberalization and the New Politics of Social Solidarity.
             By Professor Kathleen Thelen, MIT & visiting professor at DBP since 2006. Paper for download.

             Comments by Assistant professor Martin B. Carstensen & Professor Leonard Seabrooke.

             Discussion

15:15     Relocation to Steen Blichers Vej

 

2nd Section at Steen Blichers Vej - moderator: Head of Secretariat Bo Bøgeskov.

15:30     Reception & historical challenges and encouragements:

  • Thoughts and obstacles before and after the opening of the International Center of Business and Politics (CBP).  By Professor Ove K. Pedersen, Director of CBP from 2004-2007.
  • Integration, expansion, internationalization and new management – from Center to Department of Business and Politics.
    By Professor Lars Bo Kaspersen, Director and Head of Department from 2008-2011.
  • From a Center to a Department.
    By Professor Susana Borrás, Head of Department since 2011.

 

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