External funding

To strengthen CBS 'profile as one of the best research institutions, CBS has in recent years increased its focus on external funding. CBS works strategically to attract research grants from both public and private funding bodies in Denmark and internationally. Below is a list of the externally financed research projects CBS has participated in the last five years. By clicking on each of projects you will find information on which CBS researchers are involved, the scope of the project, the funding source and the time frame for the project.

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AcronymTitleDepartment TypeStatusStartsort ascending
iLEAD 2.0 - Management development in Danish start-up companiesDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Finished21-09-2020
FOODLANDFOOD and Local, Agricultural, and Nutritional DiversityDepartment of MarketingEU Running01-09-2020
i-SMILEInnovative Sustainable Urban Last Mile: Small Vehicles and Business ModelsDepartment of Operations ManagementPublic (International)Finished01-09-2020
Bygningsrelateret kunst: en dynamisk disciplinDepartment of Management, Politics and PhilosophyPrivate (National)Finished01-09-2020
phd Martin Brandt Djupdræt fra Den Gamle ByMuseums and identityDepartment of Management, Politics and PhilosophyPublic (National)Finished01-09-2020
Second meeting of the Yugoslav economists' networkDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished26-08-2020
Renewable energies for a more sustainable countryDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished04-08-2020
Øresund MatchEU Finished01-08-2020
Vocational School InitiativeDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-08-2020
NetCareersCareers through Complex Networks - NetCareersDepartment of OrganizationPrivate (National)Finished01-07-2020
PIPSPower and Inequality in global Production SystemsDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-07-2020
Financial Analysts, Corporate Science, and Product Market Strategy.Department of Strategy and InnovationPublic (National)Finished01-07-2020
Labor Market Sorting: Identification and ImplicationsDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-07-2020
AGGLOMERATION AND IMMIGRATION: WHAT MAKES NATIVES MOVE?Department of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2020
Jobs, housing, commuting and urban structureDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2020
Maritime Research AllianceDepartment of Strategy and InnovationPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2020
Novo Nordisks historieDepartment of Management, Politics and PhilosophyPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2020
Urban economyDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-05-2020
PhD Mikkel MunksgaardDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-05-2020
Ny organisering og innovation på hjertecenteretDepartment of OrganizationPublic (National)Finished20-04-2020
When the patient trajectory moves in: The psychosocial organization of trajectories for cancerPrivate (National)Finished01-04-2020
VIETSKILLInnovating Vietnam’s TVET system for sustainable growth (VIETSKILL)Department of International Economics, Government and Business Public (National)Finished01-04-2020
Models in languages as additional competenceDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-03-2020
Valuing invisible work: efficiency ambitions and digitalizaiton projects in practiceDepartment of OrganizationPublic (National)Finished01-03-2020
AURORAAurora AllianceDepartment of Strategy and InnovationEU Finished26-02-2020
Towards a Sustainable Cruise Tourism Industry: Organisational Communication, Tourist Behaviour and Community Well-being in the Ports of GreenlandPublic (National)Finished03-02-2020
EUSOCIALCITThe Future of European Social CitizenshipDepartment of International Economics, Government and Business EU Finished01-02-2020
HECAT Disruptive Technologies Supporting Labour Market Decision MakingDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Finished01-02-2020
Labor Market Sorting: Identification and ImplicationsDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-02-2020
For richer, for poorerDepartment of FinancePrivate (International)Finished01-02-2020

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