Research Stories

Discover new approaches to business and society

  • 01.07.22
    Can the low number of female inventors be explained by the role of parents? Find out in this month's spotlight on new research publications from CBS, where you can learn more about the many current topics in the world of research.
  • 29.06.22
    A podcast for those who are curious and keen to understand exactly how our world and societies work.
  • 27.06.22
    The timely acquisition of financial resources is imperative for new ventures. However, technology ventures often suffer from concerns about their viability and thus struggle to acquire external funding.
  • 24.06.22
    Honorary doctor of CBS Wanda Orlikowski focuses on how digital reconfigurations generate significant shifts in organisations and has found that waves of digitalization always come with equally – if not more – powerful digital undertows.
  • 23.06.22
    A new handbook ‘Road to the adoption of Artificial Intelligence by the public sector’, co-authored by Professor MSO Rony Medaglia, has recently been published by the European Commission. The handbook contains recommendations for European policy makers on how to use artificial intelligence in public services in an effective and human-centric way. Here are five questions for Professor MSO Rony Medaglia from the Department of Digitalization about artificial intelligence (AI) and its use in the public sector in Europe.
  • 13.06.22
    Many companies strive for societal transformations such as the green transition, diversity and inclusion as well as other Sustainable Development Goals. In this video, Professor Eva Boxenbaum from CBS talks about which conditions must be present if you – as a company, an organisation or an enthusiast – wish to succeed in creating great and lasting societal changes.
  • 01.06.22
    Does Information About AI Regulation Change Manager Evaluation of Ethical Concerns and Intent to Adopt AI? Find out in this month's spotlight on new research publications from CBS, where you can learn more about the many current topics in the world of research.
  • 25.05.22
    There are more serious digital threats to companies, authorities, individuals and countries than ever. Below is a list of researchers from CBS who conduct research on cyber security, digital threats and relevant legislation, e.g. NIS2, which is a new EU directive on cyber security to be implemented over the next two years.
  • 19.05.22
    The current war in Ukraine is also a cyberwar. Only, the continuous cyberwarfare is overshadowed by the spectacular military news and atrocities, says expert in cybersecurity and Assistant Professor at CBS, Jan Lemnitzer.
  • 17.05.22
    A new project will become the first living lab for systematically studying expectations of the future. Here are five questions for CBS Assistant Professor Luigi Butera who won the prestigious Sapere Aude grant back in November.

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