• 09.03.2022

    CBS is in when CPH:DOX launches 23 March

    The international festival on documentaries, CPH:DOX, has a special focus on science this year – not just in the DOX:SCIENCE programme, but in the festival as such. Which is why Copenhagen Business School with its three cross disciplinary research platforms joins again as content partner, following last year’s success where many thousands followed the online opening of the science programme and other debates. This time our researchers are ready to discuss how research can contribute to the solution of global challenges such as inequality, digital transformations and diversity. CPH:DOX runs from 23 March-3 April and this time it is LIVE – so check out the programme and find your seat at the cinema and for the engaging debates.
  • 29.11.2021

    Attila Márton – Digital trash

    Alongside the many advances and benefits that digitalisation has brought along, there have also been fake news, addictive apps and the polluting of our social discourse. Associate Professor Attila Márton from the Department of Digitalization at CBS gives his view on how we can deal with what he calls digital trash.
  • 23.11.2021

    Mikkel Flyverbom - Data ethics

    If we do not learn to understand the logics and pitfalls that data-driven systems bring along, the ethical and societal consequences may become insurmountable, says CBS Professor Mikkel Flyverbom.
  • 08.11.2021

    The 7th Global Transparency Conference - Rethinking Transparency: Challenging Ideals and Embracing Paradoxes

    Transparency scholarship has become a vibrant area of research, connecting an increasingly diverse set of disciplines such as organization, communication, public administration, journalism, political science, sociology, anthropology, law, business, and philosophy. The 7th Global Transparency Conference wants to take stock of what we know about the up- and downsides of transparency by bringing together theoretical, normative, and empirical research and by spurring debates between the different perspectives.