Externally funded projects

As a modern business school, Copenhagen Business School seeks to attract research beneficial to both society and business. Below is a list of current and completed externally funded research projects, which Department of Accounting and Auditing are or have been involved in.

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AcronymTitleTypeStatusStartsort ascending
Blockchain-based Accounting: Exploiting the Potential of Distributed Ledger Technology for Financial Reporting AutomationPublic (National)Igang25-09-2018
Nordic Database in Quantitive Corporate GovernancePrivate (International)Igang21-06-2018
Endowed Professorship 006: Professorship in Leadership in Corporate GovernancePrivate (National)Igang01-03-2018
The duality of RiskPrivate (National)Igang01-10-2017
CEO remuneration and say-on-payPublic (International)Igang01-12-2016
FSR PhD Morten JensenPrivate (National)Igang01-07-2016
DISCLOSUREImproving the value of annual report disclosurePublic (National)Igang08-09-2014
Corporate Leadership in organizational-owned companiesPrivate (National)Afsluttet01-09-2018
How much money do we actually need in public research, and what is it used for?Private (National)Afsluttet01-04-2018
Ph.D Jørgen Valther HansenPrivate (National)Afsluttet01-02-2016
Financial consequences of accountant's liabilityPrivate (National)Afsluttet01-12-2015
CEO vs. CFO: The importance of top executives personal style and the internal status of the company's financial reportingPrivate (National)Afsluttet01-11-2015
IMPACTFORCEMENTThe Impact of Enforcement on Financial ReportingPrivate (National)Afsluttet01-03-2014