The Department of Finance invites applications for PhD scholarships in finance with application deadline April 4, 2018. We will be hosting an information meeting on March 13, 2018 where interested parties can join us to learn more about what it is like to be a PhD student in Finance, in which areas we are recruiting and what you can do with your PhD degree afterwards...
What do future female CEOs want to fight for? Which strategic challenges are Danish companies facing? Visit CBS and meet EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School Julian Birkinshaw and Chairman of the A.P. Møller-Mærsk Board Jim Hagemann Snabe.
On International Women’s Day 8 March CBS is hosting a summit for female top executives, students and EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager. The day will result in a manifesto. So stay tuned to this event and learn more about what female CEOs in Denmark are going to fight for in the future.
A report concerning the educational environment at CBS must be conducted every three years in order to assess the physical, psychological and aesthetical educational environment. The report must also present a plan of action for the educational environment over the next three year period.
The success of modern Danish furniture design is a product of more than just craftmanship and aesthetics. Commercialisation played an equally strong role in introducing Danish furniture abroad. Hear more about how business historian and CBS Professor Per H. Hansen is rewriting the history of modern Danish furniture design when he defends his doctoral dissertation on 1 March.
CBS has a new interdisciplinary research centre, Centre for Organizational Time, which will serve as a mainstay for a research network for studies of organisation and time. At the inauguration, some of CBS’ most prominent researchers talked about the role time plays within their different business administration disciplines.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation grants DKK 10m to CBS for an industrial foundation professorship. This donation helps to secure a research area that is essential to Denmark, says Dean of Research Søren Hvidkjær.