From artificial intelligence in government to the benefits of hybrid working; The Danish Science Festival takes place from 22-28 April, and here you have the opportunity to meet CBS researchers and get a unique insight into their areas of expertise.
The new basic research centre, headed by Professor Lasse Heje Pedersen, will provide a new understanding of the world of finance based on a combination of huge amounts of data, a revolution in data science and computing power as well as new economic theories.
Once female entrepreneurs have survived the extra scrutiny from banks and investors caused by gender bias, they may have to cope with discrimination from their own employees. According to new CBS research, start-up employees are less willing to deliver an extra effort to a female founder.
It must be easy for the media to find the right expert – also the female experts. For this reason, Copenhagen Business School has prepared a list of female experts whose knowledge is available to the media
New study shows that second-generation immigrants' likelihood to become entrepreneurs is linked to their parents' cultural background. The results suggest that entrepreneurship policies and programmes could benefit from taking cultural context into account.
Crises and times of crisis have a special anatomy, which leaders need to be better prepared to understand. It is about thinking leadership, organisation, new ways of collaborating - and not least changing the success criteria.
First published in 2006, Keld Laursen and Ammon Salter’s paper, ‘Open for innovation: The role of openness in explaining innovation performance among U.K. manufacturing firms’ is the all-time most cited CBS scientific paper.