The local elections are approaching. On November 16th. we will go to the polls to elect mayors and city council members for the next four years. Topics such as climate, waste sorting, transportation, digitalisation, business policy and welfare are on the agenda. With this list you can get an overview of our CBS researchers who can inform and contribute to the debate.
In this ‘beverage special’ of new research publications, we investigate the potential anthropology of tea, the dynamics behind a sustainable tea supply chain, as well as the causes behind the Prosecco wine ‘miracle’. Read about these studies along with other more traditional research topics in this month’s research publications from CBS.
CBS Professor Keld Laursen and Professor Ammon Salter from University of Bath have been awarded the prestigious 2021 Dan and Mary Lou Schendel Best Paper Prize for “Open for Innovation: The Role of Openness in Explaining Innovation Performance among Manufacturing Firms.”
CBS Maritime and Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) are joining forces in a cross-cutting project together with Maritime DTU to investigate the key role of ports in enabling the energy transition at sea and on land.
Yesterday, Rambøll was announced as this year’s winner of the HBH Prize. The HBH Prize is awarded annually by researchers at CBS and the HBH Foundation for state-of-the-art marketing by a Danish company or organisation.