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  • 01.09.2017

    American think tank holds up Copenhagen as a role model

    A report from the American think tank The Brookings Institution and CBS holds op Copenhagen as a role model for how stagnant cities can beat crises and gain momentum. The aim is to benefit from the old industry and port areas and invest in infrastructure such as the metro.
  • 03.04.2017

    A surprising French election

    The surprises keep coming week after week in the French presidential campaign. All of Europe is closely watching the duel between two unexpected candidates. The forecasts range from a deathblow to the EU to a breakdown of the traditional ends of the French political spectrum. Professor Jesper Rangvid and Associate Professor Mette Zølner give their take on the impact on Europe’s economy, French society and the election’s final spurt as summer approaches.
  • 03.04.2017

    New researchers at CBS

    CBS employs more than 650 researchers. Each year new people join our faculty or get new tasks. Meet Associate Professor Janine Leschke, Assistant Professor Leif Christensen, Associate Professor Troels Michael Lilja, Professor Chee-Wee Tan and Head of Department Dorte Salskov-Iversen.
  • 03.04.2017

    A century with CBS – the fighter that succeeded

    Internationally renowned, and with almost 22,000 students, CBS is celebrating its centennial anniversary. Its success, however, did not come without a fight. Financial constraints and an ongoing struggle for academic recognition have threatened to put an end to the school’s ambitions in the past. CBS’s entire history unfolds in a new anniversary book.
  • 03.04.2017

    How to close the health gap in Europe?

    Europe is divided into north and south when it comes to the magnitude of obesity and health inequality. But the core of the problem is identical in all countries according to Professor Lucia Reisch and a massive cross-European research project CBS has participated in for 10 years. The less money and education you have the fatter your children are.
  • 03.04.2017

    Unemployment boosts your lifestyle

    Contrary to popular belief, losing your job does not necessarily lead to a less healthy lifestyle. Three researchers studied the link between unemployment, food, exercise, smoking and alcohol. Surprisingly their findings show that losing your job leads to a healthier lifestyle.
  • 03.04.2017

    The Short View

    Let Flemming Poulfelt give you the inside scoop on the executive boards of 36 Nordic companies, avoid making financial mistakes with Michael Møller as a your spiritual guide, read how – according to Caspar Rose – executives’ appetite for risk is proportional to their salary, come close to Majken Schultz and Carlsberg’s success with using the past in branding, and check out the latest must-read on CSR. Read The Short View.

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