Ph.d.-skoler

The three doctoral schools at CBS offer a broad selection of research fields.

 

PhD School in Economics and Management  

The aim of the Doctoral School of Economics and Management is to create an active national and international research environment at CBS for research degree students, who:
Deal with economics and management at business, industry and country level in a theoretical and empirical manner.

The theoretical basis is micro and macroeconomics, industrial economics, organisational economics and psychology. The doctoral school attaches great importance to:

  • ensuring an adequate and relevant choice of courses within state-of-the-art research in economics and management and giving the research degree students access to education within a broad range of social science methods
  • ensuring a high academic level of the Ph.D. programmes through continuous q uality assurance and improvement
  • creating an academic and financial opportunity for the enrolled research degree students to present their projects at international conferences and in international journals and sending them abroad to present their work in foreign research environments
  • attracting international world-class researchers to the activities of the doctoral school such as courses, work-in-progress seminars, supervision of the enrolled research degree students and assessment of the Ph.D. theses
  • establishing institutionalised cooperative agreements with international researchers and research environments.

Management and organisation of the doctoral school
The Doctoral School of Economics and Management is linked with active academic environments at Department of Strategic Management and Globalization (SMG), the Department of Marketing (MARKTG), Finance (FI), Innovation and Organizational Economics (INO), the Department of Economics (ECON), and International Economics and Management (INT).

Head of doctoral school and PhD coordinator at SMG: Dana Minbaeva
Ph.D. coordinator Marktg, Torsten Ringberg
Ph.D. coordinator FI, Bjarne Astrup Jensen
Ph.D. coordinator INO, H.C. Kongsted
Ph.D. coordinator ECON, Ralf Wilke
Ph.D. coordinator INT, Evis Sinani
Ph.D. administrator Lone Petersen
 

Student representative SMG, Nausheen Tabassum Niaz
Student representative Marktg, Laila Asif
Student representative FI, Sven Klinger
Student representative INO, Anders Ørding Olsen
Student representative ECON, Claes Bäckman
Student representative INT, Iwona Sulinska


Address
Ph.D. school in Economics and Management
c/o Department of Strategic Management and Globalization (SMG)
Kilevej 14A
2000 Frederiksberg

Dean's Office, Research
PhD Support
Kilevej 14A, Room : 3.49 and 3.50
DK-2000 Frederiksberg

Tel.: +45 38 15 24 62 - Lone Hovn Petersen
Tel.: +45 38 15 24 96 - Blazenka Blazevac-Kvistbo
Tel.: +45 38 15 31 38 - Bente S. Ramovic

Language, Law, Information, Operations Management, Accounting and Culture

LIMAC (Language, Law, Information, Operations Management, Accounting and Culture) is a multidisciplinary PhD school consisting of 5 PhD Programmes – the PhD programme in informatics, technologies of managing, commercial law, language and accounting and auditing.

LIMAC has been created in order to exploit synergies between the different programmes and disciplines within the PhD school. The primary objective of the school is to support PhD students’ development as researchers within an international and Danish context through assuring quality and development of the PhD programmes.

The doctoral school is responsible for the following functions:

  • To be a forum for the development of ideas and practices in the local PhD programme.
  • To develop and assure the quality of PhD supervision.
  • Writing and managing cross disciplinary projects under the PhD. School.
  • To administrate activities for the individual PhD programmes.

The research environment and the 5 PhD programme are responsible for a number of functions:

  • Development of courses and attraction of top international researchers.
  • The development and maintenance of a stimulating research environment for the PhD students.
  • Administration and management of PhD. activities e.g. courses.
  • Contact to national and international research networks.

Management and organisation of the doctoral school
The Doctoral School of Language, Law, Information, Operations Management, Accounting and Culture is linked with active academic environments at the Department of Operations Management (OM), the Department of Accounting and Auditing (ACC), the Department of International Business Communication (IBC), the Department of IT Management (ITM) and the Law department (LAW).

The doctoral school is managed by the director of the PhD programme and the study board. The study board consists of the 5 programme coordinators and 5 PhD students.

Head of doctoral school and PhD coordinator at OM: Sof Thrane
PhD coordinator at ACC: Jeppe Christoffersen
PhD coordinator at IBC: Bjarne Ørsnes
PhD coordinator at ITM: Michel Avital
PhD coordinator at LAW: Troels Michael Lilja
PhD administrator: Anni Olesen

Student representative OM: Viktor Avlonitis
Student representative ACC: Richard Pucci
Student representative IBC: Xia Zhang
Student representative ITM: Chris Zimmerman
Student representative LAW: Vishv Priya Kohli

 

Dean's Office, Research
PhD Support
Kilevej 14A, Room : 3.49 and 3.50
DK-2000 Frederiksberg

Tel.: +45 38 15 39 39 - Anni Olesen
Tel.: +45 38 15 24 96 - Blazenka Blazevac-Kvistbo

 

 

PhD School in Organisation and Management Studies

The aim of the Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies (OMS) is to create an active national and international research environment at CBS for research degree students, who deal with organisation and management in private, public and voluntary organisations in a theoretical and empirical manner.
 
The theoretical basis is interdisciplinary and builds on sociology, social psychology, political science, political economy, philosophy, communication, history, ethnography and cultural studies of organisational and management practice. The doctoral school attaches great importance to:

  • ensuring an adequate and relevant selection of PhD courses within state-of-the-art research in organisation and management and giving the research degree students access to education within a broad range of social science methods.
  • ensuring a high academic level of the PhD programmes through continuous quality assurance and improvement
  • creating an academic and financial opportunity for the enrolled research degree students to present their projects at international conferences and in international journals and sending them abroad to present their work in foreign research environments
  • attracting international world-class researchers to the activities of the doctoral school e.g. courses, work-in-progress seminars, supervision of the enrolled research degree students and assessment of the PhD theses
  • establishing institutionalised cooperative agreements with international researchers and research environments.

Management and organisation of the doctoral school
The Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies is linked with active academic environments at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, the Department of Organization, the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management, and the Department of Business and Politics.

Head of doctoral school: Hans Krause Hansen
PhD coordinator at IOA: Morten Thanning Vendelø
PhD coordinator at MPP: Kaspar Villadsen
PhD coordinator at ICM: Wencke Gwozdz
PhD coordinator at DBP: Janine Leschke
PhD administrator: Katja Høeg Tingleff

Student representative IOA, Emil Husted
Student representative MPP, Kristian Bondo Hansen
Student representative ICM, Erin Leitheiser
Student representative DBP, Ida Lunde Jørgensen

Dean's Office, Research
PhD Support
Kilevej 14A, Room : 3.49 and 3.50
DK-2000 Frederiksberg

Tel.: +45 38 15 28 39 - Katja Høeg Tingleff
Tel.: +45 38 15 31 38 - Bente S. Ramovic


 

The page was last edited by: PhD Administration // 08/16/2016