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
StartUp in practiceEU Current08-01-2018
Case Competition, 100 year anniversaryPrivate (National)Completed01-01-2016
Competitor analysis of basic conditions for Danish agriculture in comparison to the conditions of Northern European competitorsPrivate (National)Completed15-09-2015
ERASMUS+ CharterErasmus+ Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020EU Completed01-01-2014
CCJobsCreating Competitive JobsEU Completed01-06-2013
DEFINEDesigning strategies for Efficient Funding of higher education in EuropeEU Completed01-10-2012
Grey zonesCollaboration and relations between economic operators in the competition for public contracts – Legal and economic analyses of grey zones between public procurement law and competition lawCBS LAWPublic (International)Current01-01-2018
Contract Law and Economics in the Next Hundred YearsCBS LAWPrivate (National)Completed01-05-2017
Transfer Pricing conference 4 November 2015CBS LAWPrivate (National)Completed01-11-2015
EliteForsk travel grant - Louise Hauberg WilhelmsenCBS LAWPublic (National)Completed01-01-2014
OPPA comparative legal and financial analysis of Public-Private partnerships for building hospitals in Denmark and SwedenCBS LAWPrivate (National)Current01-02-2016
MMRMedical Malpractice RegimesCBS LAWPrivate (National)Completed01-01-2015
Restatement of Nordic Contract LawCBS LAWPublic (International)Completed26-02-2014
Contract law and economics in the next 100 yearsCBS LAWPrivate (National)Completed01-05-2017
CEO remuneration and say-on-payDepartment of AccountingPublic (International)Current01-12-2016
The duality of RiskDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-10-2017
FSR PhD Morten JensenDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-07-2016
Ph.D Jørgen Valther HansenDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-02-2016
Financial consequences of accountant's liabilityDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-12-2015
Design, use and effectiveness of Management Control and ERP systemsDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Completed01-11-2012
Evaluating the Whole of Government Accounts’ impact on external users: A comparative studyDepartment of AccountingPrivate (International)Completed01-10-2014
CEO vs. CFO: The importance of top executives personal style and the internal status of the company's financial reportingDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-11-2015
DISCLOSUREImproving the value of annual report disclosureDepartment of AccountingPublic (National)Current08-09-2014
IMPACTFORCEMENTThe Impact of Enforcement on Financial ReportingDepartment of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-03-2014
How much money do we actually need in public research, and what is it used for?Department of AccountingPrivate (National)Current01-04-2018
The Importance of Multiple Abilities for Labor Market OutcomesDepartment of Business and PoliticsPrivate (National)Current14-04-2018
Civil society in the shadow of the stateDepartment of Business and PoliticsPublic (National)Current26-06-2014
Global Innovation Networks and Sustainable EnergyDepartment of Business and PoliticsPublic (National)Current27-02-2017
Tools for the analysis of Corporate Networks in DenmarkDepartment of Business and PoliticsPrivate (National)Completed01-10-2016
Danish Private Sector in Developing CountriesDepartment of Business and PoliticsPrivate (International)Completed01-05-2016

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