Casper is employed as a Ph.d. fellow at Center for Corporate Governance, Copenhagen Business School. He holds a Master degree in Economics (cand.polit) from University of Copenhagen and is currently studying part time for a B.A. in Philosophy at Open University (University of Copenhagen). In his interdisciplinary research, Casper focuses primarily on ethics embedded in the design and functioning of corporate governance mechanisms. Revolving around the idea of a stakeholder society, his research involves topics on owner identities and employee participation. Casper is member of the Ph.d Association CBS (PAC) and teach a course in Corporate Governance.
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Corporate Governance (BSc in International Business)
Niels Westergård-Nielsen; Casper Berg Lavmand Larsen / Rapport til Industriens Fond: oktober 2019. Bestyrelser i Ejerledede Virksomheder, 42 s. Rapport
Niels Westergård-Nielsen; Casper Berg Lavmand Larsen / Rapport til Industriens Fond: oktober 2019. Ejerledelse og Medarbejderfastholdelse, 35 s. Rapport