Public-Private

Projects

As a result of the CBS Public-Private Platforms support and facilitation of the platform members work, different research projects has throughout the years been granted external funds. An election of these are presented here.

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Previous projects

2012-2013

Anne Roelsgaard Obling has been Rewarded a One Year Post-Doc from the Danish Cancer Society

Anne Roelsgaard Obling has been rewarded a one year post-doc from the Danish Cancer Society to investigate the everyday organisation of psychosocial work and ‘soft’ relations in accelerated cancer trajectories.

CBS Platform Directors Team up in New Research Project on National Transport Planning

The SUSTAIN project – “National Transport Planning – Sustainability, Institutions and Tools” has been approved by the Strategic Research Council (Program committee for Transport and Infrastructure). The research funding amounts to 13,4 million DKK. 

Platform Affiliate Prof. Christina Tvarnø Receives 2.5 Million DKK Research Funding

Platform Affiliate Prof. Christina Tvarnø receives 2.5 million DKK research funding from The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation to investigate growth and value creation through new forms of innovation collaboration and partnerships between pharmaceutical companies and universities. 

Successful Second Round of Application to the Public-Private Platform

The CBS Public-Private Platform granted funds to the sum of 90,000 DKK in its second application round.

Successful Third Round of Applications to the Public-Private Platform

The CBS Public-Private Platform granted funds to the sum of 320,000 DKK in its third application round.

Anker Brink Lund Raises Six Million DKK for a Proposed Center for the Study of Civil Societies

Professor Anker Brink Lund from Department of Business and Politics at CBS has raised the first six million DKK for the establishment of a proposed Center of the Studies of the Civil Society.

New Work on Hyper Responsiblility by Niels Åkerstrøm and Hanne Knudsen

Hyper responsibility is how professor Niels Åkerstrøm and Associate Professor Hanne Knudsen describes today’s form of responsibility. Read about their new research.

Reasearch Project on Interdisciplinary Management at the Area of Elderly Care. 

Member of the cluster ‘Shifting Forms of Public Governance’ and Assistant Professor Justine Grønbæk Pors is currently working on a project on welfare management in the area of elderly care.

Current projects

2014-2015

Funding from Nordic Council of Ministers for Project on Nordic Public Management Reform

Carsten Greve is the project leader of a group that has received funding from the Nordic Council of Ministers for a comparative project on “public management in the Nordic countries. The budget is 411.000 D.kr. and the funding from the Nordic Council of Ministers is 123.000 DKK. 

New Research Project on Public-'Private Partnerships has Revieved Funding from ANZOG

Academic director at the Public-Private platform Carsten Greve is part of a new research project on Public-Private partnerships that has received funding from ANZSOG – the Australian and New Zealand School of Government and has support from the Victorian Auditor General’s Office. 

HORIZON 2020 Funding to CBS

PP Platform member Karen Boll has together with a team of 10 researchers received a European Commission Horizon 2020 grant: totalling 18,6 million DDK. The project runs for 5 years and is called FairTax.

Velux has Granted Paul du Gay 5.5 million DKK

The Velux Foundation has granted approximately 5.5 million DKK to a new and upcoming research programme. The research programme will comprise five distinct but related projects, four of which will be based in the CBS Department of Organization (IOA) and one in the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy (MPP). The research programme engages five researchers from the Public-Private Platform.

The Platform is Part of Strategic CBS Unit Formalized in Light of Recent Private Donations to the Danish Public Schools

At CBS a strategic unit is formed with the purpose of identifying how research can contribute to the ambitions raised by the A.P. Møller Foundation when they recently donated one billion DKK to the development of the Danish Public School System. 

Danish Research Council Grant to Public-Private Platform Researchers

Associate Professor and member of the PPP clusters Health Governance and Shifting Forms of Public Governance, Morten Knudsen, and Associate Professor and member of the PPP cluster Health Governance, Magnus Larsson, have received a grant for their project ’Leadership Development in the Public Sector’. The 3.8 million DKK grant is from the Danish Research Council.

2,4 Million EU Grant on School Innovation and CMC Engagement

CBS Public-Private Platform and CBS Center for Civil Society has received a 2,4 million EU grant for research in Social Innovation and Civic Engagement.

Research Project on Interdisciplinary Management of Elderly Care

Member of the cluster ‘Shifting Forms of Public Governance’ and Assistant Professor Justine Grønbæk Pors is working on a project on welfare management in the area of elderly care.

 

The page was last edited by: Public-Private Platform // 07/23/2015