To move parts of a company abroad to save money on pay checks sounds tempting to many companies. New research by Marcus M. Larsen, who has won prizes for his PhD thesis during the summer, shows that it is essential to do your homework if you do not want to risk negative consequences.
At the end of August, the Center for Financial Frictions will host a conference for the most brilliant minds working with the financial crisis and its consequences. David Lando, Director of Center, is proud to be able to attract international academic heavyweights to this conference. Researchers, research candidates, students, and practitioners will have a unique opportunity to learn from the best in the field.
As Dean of Research at a ‘business university’, Alan Irwin gets asked many questions. But one in particular keeps coming back. In this month's column from CBS' Senior Management, he addresses the question of how the research at CBS benefits our society as a whole.
There will be ‘big guns’ and new, young students to meet at CBS in August. The CEO of Zentropa, Peter Aalbæk-Jensen, and Danish boxer Mikkel Kessler will talk about the path to success, and a new crop of more than 3,000 students will participate in creative intro programmes.
About 1500 students from 50 countries have spent their summer networking and developing their professional skills at CBS' summer university. Today, the students are finishing the last exams and Canadian Nadia Gunderson is one of them.
To give you and others who are interested in life as a student at CBS an impression of what it is like to be a student at CBS, we have created a number of short videos about life at CBS. Read more and watch them
This year the education programmes are breaking the record with very high grade point averages. Tight financing of CBS by the Danish Parliament and a larger proportion of quota II places than at other universities are the reasons for the record-high grade point averages.
There are more than 8,000 applicants for CBS' master programmes. This is a record - and far more than we can accommodate. In July’s column from CBS’ Senior Management, President of CBS Per Holten-Andersen explains why many qualified applicants are rejected.