Research on Competitiveness
Promotion of research
CBS Competitiveness has high ambitions to develop cross-disciplinary research themes involving related areas by connecting to and engaging faculty across all of CBS. We want to be wide in both reach and scope.
It’s the aim of CBS Competitiveness to create a network of scholars working on competitiveness issues and establish an infrastructure that in all possible ways facilitate and promote more research, teaching, outreach and external funding in this field. We have already established five clusters consisting of academics, that will work with competitiveness related themes. You can see these under themes on competitiveness.
"Being a part of the Competitiveness Platform has been a great experience for the Human Capital Analytics Group. The Platform's early support has been instrumental in developing the long-term sustainability of our project. In addition to the financial support we received, the Platform has helped us to increase our visibility as an organization through publicizing our events and work on their blog and newsletter".
- Dana Minbaeva, Professor in Strategic and Global HRM, Department of Strategic Management and Globalization
"I approached CBS Competitiveness Platform to support an interdisciplinary event on German/Danish business research, together with the Danish/German Association for Industry and Trade. The goal was to involve different areas of research present at CBS, from business, management, law, politics, to organizational economics. The Platform was extremely supportive in all parts of the event planning, and organized the event in a very professional and engaging way.
I found the collaboration extremely helpful, and I would recommend CBS Competitiveness Platform to anyone wishing to present their research to a broader audience and to reach out to the society interested in business research".
- Georg Ringe, Professor of International Commercial Law, Law Department
"The support of the Competitiveness Platform has been vital for the establishment of our event on high-frequency trading. The event was a collaboration between the department of management, politics and philosophy, the department of finance and the Danish bankers association. The platform contributed with a crucial part of the funding. The help of the competitiveness team was incredible. All the practicalities involved in organizing such an event were taken care of in the most professional manner. It made the day itself appear much more professional then we could ever have done ourselves."
- Ann-Christina Lange, Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy