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  • 23.06.2017

    Going to Roskilde Festival in the name of research

    How do festivalgoers feel comfortable? How can their answers be used to giving them a better experience - by the hour? Is it possible to predict how many burgers are consumed during the next couple of hours to keep supplies coming and provide you with your favourite food? Have you ever worked as a volunteer - and if yes, are you a Bart or a Marge? These are some of the issues that CBS researchers are looking into at Roskilde Festival using big data.
  • 21.06.2017

    Rent out a room to an exchange student

    Every year, Copenhagen Business School welcomes exchange students from the whole world. They need a place to stay. Renting out one of your rooms is a unique opportunity to help a student and expand your horizon.
  • 13.06.2017

    CBS joins a new UN equal rights initiative

    More women in the C-suite. This is the ambition of a new initiative from UN Women and Boston Consulting Group, which CBS President Per Holten-Andersen recently has become part of.
  • 12.06.2017

    CBS students recognised with travel scholarship

    The talent and drive of six CBS students were recently acknowledged by CBS and the Finn Junge-Jensen Scholarship. Besides having an international outlook, all six recipients of the scholarship have all made an extra effort that is worth recognising and celebrating.
  • 06.06.2017

    Meet CBS at the People's Political Festival 2017

    Researchers at CBS will leave their office for a while and go to the People's Political Festival on Bornholm to meet up with politicians, NGOs and curious citizens during a weekend in June.
  • 01.06.2017

    CBS in June

    CBS will be hosting a number of events before the summer holiday kicks in. How will your consumption behaviour change around the time of retirement? How do good faith and justice play a role in written agreements? What can the health care sector learn from students? Get the answers at CBS in June.
  • 30.05.2017

    Danish CEOs: We are fit for the future - our companies are not

    According to a new survey, Danish CEOs are hard on the companies they are in charge of and responsible for. The companies are not well enough prepared for the future. On the contrary, Danish CEOs are quite self-confident when it comes to their own competences and preparedness for the future.

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