Department of Economics

The Department of Economics produces research in all economics issues, and specifically applied work which is relevant to businesses and governments. The department offers highly qualified education within an extensive number of full‐time and part‐time programs available at Copenhagen Business School, including a structured PhD program. The department also comprises four research centres: Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR), Centre for Owner‐Managed Businesses, Pension Research Centre (PeRCent) and Centre for Innovation.

COMB receives funding for research into new digital management development
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New journal article: Visualizing Data as Objects by DC (Difference of Convex) Optimization
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New journal article: Apples to Oranges: Benchmarking Vocational Education and Training Programmes
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New journal article: Information Characteristics and Errors in Expectations: Experimental Evidence
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New journal article: Total Factor Productivity Convergence in German States Since Reunification: Evidence and Explanations
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cen Innovation pære

The Copenhagen Education Network (CEN) is a group of economic researchers interested in education. The purpose is to provide a venue for economists focusing on education in their research, to present research papers and exchange ideas. Read more about CEN here.

The project “The socio-economic importance of research-based education” studies the skills of university graduates improve because they were taught by researchers? What effect does university research have on innovation in private companies? Two wide-scale innovative research projects at CBS will attempt to address these key issues.

 

The page was last edited by: Department of Economics // 07/19/2017

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