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
SMV Professionalisering RFN Í RFSJDepartment of EconomicsEU Running01-10-2019
NICEThe 2020 Nordic Initiative for Corporate Economics ConferenceDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2020
10th European Meeting of the Urban Economics Association (UEA)Department of EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished29-04-2021
Parent's Specialization: Causes and ConsequencesDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Running01-09-2021
NRGcitizensMarket Design for a Decentralized Integrated European Energy TransformationDepartment of EconomicsEU Running01-10-2021
TYNDP AssesmentDepartment of EconomicsEU Finished21-12-2020
Digitalization: Jobs, firms and householdsDepartment of EconomicsPrivate (National)Running01-07-2021
Employment, investment, and inequality in the aftermath of the Covid-19 crisisDepartment of EconomicsPublic (International)Running01-01-2021
The hidden costs of motherhoodDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-01-2022
The "Beliefs Lab": Understanding the Evolution and Impact of Beliefs on the EconomyDepartment of EconomicsPublic (National)Running01-01-2022
Financial performanceFinancial and Non-financial Performance of Privately-Held BusinessesDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Finished29-10-2013
RDRECONRisky Decisions: Revealing Economic BehaviourDepartment of FinanceEU Finished01-05-2015
ConsumeBehaveIncome and Consumer Behavior: How Does Consumption Respond to Income shocks and Do the Timing and Source of Income Matter?Department of FinancePublic (National)Finished01-01-2016
FRIC 2Center for Financial FrictionsDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Finished01-04-2018
FinFitnessFintech and Financial FitnessDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Finished29-09-2016
Quantifying Opportunities and Risk in Alternative InvestmentsDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Finished01-06-2018
Monetary Policy Networks and Asset PricesDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Finished01-07-2018
Foreign Exchange Dynamics Around the ClockDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Running05-10-2018
Reconcilable Differences? Retirement Readiness and the Alignment of Intra-household PreferencesDepartment of FinancePublic (International)Finished30-09-2018
Editorial function of Finans/Invest 2020Department of FinancePrivate (National)Finished01-01-2020
DNRF ChairDanish National Research Foundation ChairDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Running10-07-2021
For richer, for poorerDepartment of FinancePrivate (International)Finished01-02-2020
Household Savings and Macroprudential RegulationDepartment of FinancePublic (National)Running01-07-2021
MonaLisa 2.0MonaLisa 2.0Department of IT ManagementPrivate (International)Running16-10-2014
Endowed ChairEndowed Chair in EntrepreneurshipDepartment of Innovation and Organizational EconomicsPrivate (National)Running01-11-2012
MARITIMEBlue DenmarkDepartment of Innovation and Organizational EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2014
IPESPAIdentifying Peer Effects in Solar Panel AdoptionDepartment of Innovation and Organizational EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-05-2015
CHICopenhagen Health Innovation - knowledge-based entrepreneurship for healthier growthDepartment of Innovation and Organizational EconomicsEU Finished01-12-2015
TINV3The transport innovation networkDepartment of Innovation and Organizational EconomicsPublic (National)Finished01-06-2014
TRIPLE-IInvestments, incentives, and the impact of Danish researchDepartment of Innovation and Organizational EconomicsPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2017

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