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If you wish to be updated on CBS’ newest research on an ongoing basis, you can subscribe to CBS Research News. The newsletter is published four to six times a year with articles about CBS’ current research of relevance to practitioners.
FIND RESEARCHERS AND RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
Do you need a CBS expert? In our expert database Experts@CBS, you can find CBS researchers who make their research-based knowledge available to media, organisations and companies organized by researchers or by topics.
CBS runs two research databases where you can search after CBS’ research publications and publications for dissemination. Research@CBS includes information on all registered research publications and publications for dissemination. OpenArchive@CBS is an archive with full text versions of research articles, PhD theses, working papers and conference papers.
According to the researchers, continuing education is the best way for individual professionals to stay current with the newest research.
CBS offers a wide range of research-based diploma and degree study programmes.
CBS Executive, an industrial foundation established by CBS in 1991, offers short executive programmes and courses in addition to knowledge-based management courses and programmes with an industry-specific focus for both public and private organisations.
Through the summer months, our International Summer University Programme (ISUP) offers more than 50 courses at both bachelor and master level, all ECTS-approved by CBS study boards. Both traditional courses related to business administration and more diverse courses related to other academic disciplines are offered.
EXTERNALLY FUNDED RESEARCH
CBS works strategically with attracting research grants from both public and private funds nationally and internationally. Below you can link through to a detailed overview of all externally funded projects, participated in by CBS through the last five years.
If your company or organisation considers financing a research project, but you do not know how to go about it, the Research Support Office of the Research Dean’s Office is the place to start.