With environmental problems, social challenges and the aging population being just some of the challenges that cut across professional areas, two CBS researchers Robin Holt and Christina Juhlin have been awarded a grant of 5,431,382 DKK for their project CLIMATE-PART.
After the outbreak of war in Ukraine, the geopolitical challenges are greater than they have been in a long time. The challenges are found in areas such as defence, security of supply, inflation, cyber security, climate and sanctions. Sometimes, it can be difficult to maintain an overview. Here is a list of some CBS researchers that can contribute with knowledge and perspectives in challenging times.
MSc in Business Administration and Data Science students Anastasiya Vitaliyivna Strohonova and Almut Bohnhoff win the prestigious thesis award ‘The Troubleshooter Prize’ worth DKK 50,000 for their thesis on ‘Evaluating Danish CSR Communication using Natural Language Processing’. The prize goes to the student or the group of students who have written the best thesis in collaboration with last year’s winner of the HBH Prize. Last year Rambøll won the HBH Prize.
Close collaboration with companies is of paramount importance to CBS and to our students. STARK was announced as this year’s winner of the HBH Prize. The HBH Prize is awarded annually by researchers at CBS and the HBH Foundation for state-of-the-art marketing by a Danish company or organisation.