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 sort descendingTypeStatusStart
EU Cyber Security Regulation - from global politics to local implementationDepartment of DigitalizationPrivate (National)Finished17-12-2021
The Cypersecurity gamesDepartment of DigitalizationPrivate (National)Running03-01-2022
EU Cyber Security Regulation: From Global Politics to Local ImplementationDepartment of DigitalizationPrivate (National)Finished11-11-2021
DICEDIgital health in Circular EconomyDepartment of DigitalizationEU Running01-04-2022
Ejerskifte i virksomhederGrowth through transfer of ownership in Danish owner-managed companiesDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-05-2014
Vækst med InnovationGrowth with Innovation in Danish companiesDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2017
The socioeconomic importance of research-based educationDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished02-01-2017
MismatchMismatch, matching and the allocation of workers to jobsDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-08-2016
NORMANormative Foundations and Behavioral Implications of Non-Market AllocationDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-10-2016
Beliefs and DecisionsBeliefs and Decisions Under Ambiguity: Evidence From The FieldDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished29-09-2016
PeRCentPension Research CenterDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2014
Can Innovation and Servitization Help Firms Escape Foreign Competition?Department of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-07-2018
Trade and the Distribution of Welfare: An Empirical ApproachDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-06-2018
Reducing the dropout rate from vocational schoolsDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished18-10-2017
NeEDSResearch and Innovation Staff Exchange Network of European Data ScientistsDepartment of EconomicsEU Running01-01-2019
A labour market in transition? Growing significance of self-employmentDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished15-06-2018
Benchmarking-based incentives and regulatory applicationsDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Running05-10-2018
SaM2020 10th Annual Search and Matching ConferenceDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished13-05-2020
Otto Mønsted Visiting Professor - Marcella Alsan Department of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-05-2020
Labor Market Sorting: Identification and ImplicationsDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-02-2020
NICEThe 2020 Nordic Initiative for Corporate Economics ConferenceDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished10-06-2020
AGGLOMERATION AND IMMIGRATION: WHAT MAKES NATIVES MOVE?Department of EconomicsPrivate (National)Running01-06-2020
Visiting professorship - Riccardo ScarpaDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2021
Productivity effects of an exogenous improvement in transport infrastructureDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-06-2020
Urban economyDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Running01-05-2020
Jobs, housing, commuting and urban structureDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2020
Hours Constraints and the Gender Wage GapDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-04-2021
Second meeting of the Yugoslav economists' networkDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished26-08-2020
Vacational School InitiativeDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-08-2020
SMV Professionalisering RFNDepartment of EconomicsEU Running01-10-2019

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