Externally funded projects

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
NetCareersCareers through Complex Networks - NetCareersDepartment of OrganizationPrivate (National)Running01-07-2020
Women in Leadership in the South Pacific 2020Department of International Economics, Government and Business Private (National)Running01-07-2020
PIPSPower and Inequality in global Production SystemsDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-07-2020
Financial Analyst, Corporate Science, and Product Market StrategyDepartment of Strategy and InnovationPublic (National)Running01-07-2020
EuroCCMultiple financing sourcesRunning01-06-2020
EuroCCMultiple financing sourcesRunning01-06-2020
Otto Mønsted Visiting Professor - Marcella Alsan Department of EconomicsPrivate (National)Running01-05-2020
Global Issues - Integrating Different Perspectives on Social InequalityDepartment of International Economics, Government and Business Private (International)Running01-05-2020
COVIDWISEAddressing COVID Challenges through Temporary Social EnterprisesDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-05-2020
SAFEHOUSEDigital support for COVID-19 risk groupsDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-05-2020
VirtLedVirtual management during the corona crisis - new demands for Danish managementDepartment of Strategy and InnovationPublic (National)Running14-04-2020
When the patient trajectory moves in: The psychosocial organization of trajectories for cancerPrivate (National)Running01-04-2020
VIETSKILLInnovating Vietnam’s TVET system for sustainable growth (VIETSKILL)Department of International Economics, Government and Business Public (National)Running01-04-2020
Rethinking global value chains and sustainabilityPrivate (National)Running01-03-2020
Models in languages as additional competenceDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-03-2020
Valuing invisible work: efficiency ambitions and digitalizaiton projects in practiceDepartment of OrganizationPublic (National)Running01-03-2020
EUSOCIALCITThe Future of European Social CitizenshipDepartment of International Economics, Government and Business EU Running01-02-2020
HECAT Disruptive Technologies Supporting Labour Market Decision MakingDepartment of International Economics, Government and Business EU Running01-02-2020
Labor Market Sorting: Identification and ImplicationsDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Running01-02-2020
Trading Personal Data in Algorithmically Mediated DemocraciesDepartment of Management, Politics and PhilosophyPrivate (National)Running01-02-2020
Funding Support for Conference Participation - IFA 2020Department of Management, Politics and PhilosophyPrivate (National)Running23-01-2020
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)Running01-01-2020
AI in future road transport: Policy and practice in value chain innovationDepartment of International Economics, Government and Business Public (National)Running01-01-2020
How do the police face crime victims? - A longitudinal study on the category production of crime victims by police students and officersDepartment of OrganizationPublic (National)Running01-01-2020
Operative fictions: how popular culture genres get-in-action in social lifeDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-01-2020
The Dark Side of the Sharing EconomyDepartment of MarketingPrivate (National)Running01-01-2020
AI REUSEDepartment of Management, Society and CommunicationPublic (National)Running01-01-2020
Forenet Kredit, BSA and CBS - Research collaborationDepartment of AccountingMultiple financing sourcesRunning01-01-2020
Beyond Pinkwash: Pride Parades and Integrative civil ReligionDepartment of Management, Politics and PhilosophyPublic (National)Running01-01-2020
Editorial function of Finans/Invest 2020Department of FinancePrivate (National)Running01-01-2020

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