CBS has a new strategy. Following a year of intense strategy work the CBS Board of Directors has now approved a new framework and direction for CBS focusing on making positive change through collaboration with a wide range of external stakeholders, including the Danish business community.
Like an earthquake the COVID-19 pandemic is sending gigantic shock waves through the global economy, putting numerous Danish companies, particularly young companies, under an enormous pressure. With a host of new initiatives, CBS will fully support the restoration efforts that lie ahead.
What happens when a national election and a European Parliament election collide? What do managers need to know about data exhanges? And how can we analyse the impact of the Corona Crisis on business models? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
At CBS, researchers are currently working on a large number of projects to examine the economic, social and cultural consequences of COVID-19, e.g. what is the impact of online teaching? How do conspiracy theories spread? How do companies handle this crisis compared to previous crises?
How is the global security apparatus that fights financial crime designed? Can your followers or friends on social media make you donate money in the offline world? And can a metro reduce car ownership in a large city? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
On 17 May 2020, ‘Jespers Torvekøkken (JTK) agreed with Spisestuerne's bankruptcy estate to take over the contract as the future provider of canteen services at CBS. Consequently, the contract continues unchanged up to the next call for tender where the contract is expected to start in October 2022.
With a grant from Innovation Fund Denmark, Dana Minbaeva, Professor at CBS, is currently examining the virtual leadership landscape during the corona crisis. According to the latest figures it is not half bad. This study may show a new way to lead – and a new way to work.
The phenomenon ‘clickbait’ has long been a feature of online media, but how does creating headlines that are more alluring than informative affect publishers? Can smiley stamps make children eat more healthy food? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.