Mirjam van Praag from the University of Amsterdam has been appointed Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Professor of Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen Business School. The donation from the ‘A. P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal’ at 40 million Danish kroner provides CBS with the opportunity to strengthen its research and education activities within entrepreneurship.
Check in at CBS in October to experience some of our exciting events. Attend a conference that commemorates the Søren Kierkegaard bicentennial, see the business schools of the future, learn more about Mærsk Line, Coca Colas extremely popular "Share a Coke With" campaign and CBS' largest event, the Career Fair.
As the first Danish university, Copenhagen Business School places focus on Horizon2020, the new EU programme for research and innovation. The aim of the programme is to ensure the global competitiveness of Europe and create jobs and growth. Horizon 2020 works with a budget of DKK 525 billion and runs from 2014-2020
A steadily growing economy and a new trade agreement with the EU give Peru a great investment potential. Assistant Professor Jacobo Ramirez says that Danish companies should seize the opportunity of investing more in infrastructure and industrial machinery sales
Lasse Heje Pedersen has just been awarded two international awards: the Banque de France – Toulouse School of Economics Prize (BDF-TSE Prize) for his overall career and the Whitebox Prize for the best financial research in 2013 for his article Time Series Momentum
If companies bought rights for other companies' knowledge they could save both time and money. Licensing-in of technologies is widespread among American companies, and they gain huge profits from it. So says Toke Reichstein, Professor at Copenhagen Business School. He encourages Danish companies to follow in the footsteps of the Americans
Aquatic farming is causing new environmental problems - especially in Asia. Recent research of the CBS Sustainability Platform, which has been published in the recognised journal Science, argues whether aquaculture certification is only a part of the solution