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 sort ascendingTypeStatusStart
Quantitative Marketing Research ConferenceDepartment of MarketingPrivate (National)Running18-08-2023
Foreign Visiting Professorship - Juliano LaranDepartment of MarketingPrivate (National)Running01-04-2024
Kraks Fond Professor of MarketingDepartment of MarketingPrivate (National)Running24-11-2023
Consuming @fterlife: How digital afterlife services change individual’s beliefs and practices related to their immortal selvesDepartment of MarketingPublic (National)Running01-02-2024
International Tourism Analytics Group: Enhanced Data and Statistical Literacy for Sustainable Tourism DevelopmentDepartment of MarketingEU Running01-09-2023
Hvorledes optimering af AI-baseret real-time kundeinteraktion afhænger af det rette strategiske mindsetDepartment of MarketingPublic (National)Running01-01-2024
Cities-4-PeopleNew approaches for community-driven sustainable mobility innovations at neighbourhood and urban district levelDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Finished01-06-2017
Global foresight: Anticipatory governance and the making of geo-cultural scenariosDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (International)Finished01-01-2016
SWAET 2018: Scandinavian Workshop on Applied Eye TrackingDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (National)Running01-10-2017
ACIGAdvancing Creative Industries for Development in GhanaDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished24-08-2018
N2N 2018North2North 2018Department of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (International)Running15-02-2018
Future Ways of Working in the Digital EconomyDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (International)Finished31-01-2019
BIZPOLBusiness as political actor – evolving practice, emerging norms and shifting expectations for a pivotal determinant of public trust in both business and democracyDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Running12-09-2018
Otto Mønsted Visiting Professor- Mary Uhl-BienDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (National)Running03-06-2018
PreCare Phase II Person-centric Health Innovation: New Service Models for Preventive Care Delivery to Elderly and Citizens with Chronical Conditions or at Risk of Getting Chronical ConditionsDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-01-2020
iPRODUCEA Social Manufacturing Framework for Streamlined Multi-stakeholder Open Innovation Missions in Consumer Goods SectorsDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Finished21-02-2019
HECAT Disruptive Technologies Supporting Labour Market Decision MakingDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Finished01-02-2020
ARTSFORMATIONMobilising the Arts for an Inclusive Digital TransformationDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Running14-03-2019
Operative fictions: how popular culture genres get-in-action in social lifeDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-01-2020
AI REUSEDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-01-2020
Models in languages as additional competenceDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-03-2020
PIPSPower and Inequality in global Production SystemsDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-07-2020
Visiting professorship - Benjamin William CashoreDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (National)Finished15-04-2021
HUMACPrivate-Sector Engagement in Humanitarian ActionDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (National)Running01-01-2021
INCULTUMVisiting the Margins. INnovative CULtural ToUrisM in European peripheriesDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationEU Finished01-05-2021
The World 2030 – Development ContestDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Finished01-01-2021
Climate change and global value chains in BangladeshDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-01-2021
Arctic Academy for SustainabilityArctic Academy for Sustainability: Creating Environmentally and Social Responsible Sustainable Energy and Ressource Development in the ArcticDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (International)Running01-01-2022
Making Oceans count in the Nordic financial systemDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2021
Travel grant application to support a research project on non-Industrial production systems (NIPS) implication for Small and medium firms in DenmarkDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPrivate (National)Finished01-11-2020

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