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  • 04.04.2023

    Leadership: Expectations concerning Artificial Intelligence challenge town halls

    When talking about safeguarding welfare societies in the future and relieving the workload of council workers, one of the magic words is Artificial Intelligence. However, a research project from CBS shows that the implementation of new technology is often underestimated and carries much hidden work for the leadership, which is confirmed by a chief executive.
  • 07.03.2023

    Female experts at CBS

    Male researchers are more cited in Danish media than female researchers. It does not have to be this way. It must be easy for the media to find the right expert – also female experts. For this reason, CBS has prepared list of examples of female researchers from CBS whose knowledge is available to the media. The list is continuously updated.
  • 20.02.2023

    Danish Elite Research Initiative honours CBS researchers

    Two researchers from CBS receive an Elite Research prize from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Professor Poul Fritz Kjær, whose focus is on how legal and economic processes impact each other, is awarded the prize for being an outstanding researcher, while PhD Student Charlotte Cator, who studies sustainable cities, receives a travel scholarship.
  • 08.02.2023

    Fremtidens ledere navigerer efter et kompas med ni kompetencer

    Vi skal gøre de unge i stand til at navigere i en stadig mere kompleks verden og tage ansvar for virksomhedernes og samfundets udvikling, skriver Nikolaj Malchow-Møller og Inger Askehave, rektor og prorektor, i denne klumme bragt i Børsen den 26. januar 2023
  • 04.01.2023

    Women across the world are paid less than men for the same job

    Researchers from 15 countries including Denmark have closely examined companies’ actual pay for men and women and found that there is a long way to go before we get equal pay for equal work. The study has been published in Nature Human Behaviour.

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