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 Economics are or have been involved in.

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AcronymTitleTypeStatusStartsort descending
5S – Future Electricity Markets5S - Future Electricity MarketsPublic (National)Finished10-09-2012
Historical Labor MarketsNew Lessons from Historical Labor Markets: Using a unique Danish data source to answer key questions in economicsPublic (National)Finished01-09-2013
Inside the family firmInside the family firm: How preferences and values cause differences in business organization, decision-making and outcomesPublic (National)Finished01-01-2014
PeRCentPension Research CenterPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2014
Ejerskifte i virksomhederGrowth through transfer of ownership in Danish owner-managed companiesPrivate (National)Finished01-05-2014
SpilloversFDI productivity spilloversPublic (National)Finished01-08-2014
Effect evaluation of innovation substitution schemesPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2015
Productivity and Labour market sorting in DenmarkPrivate (National)Finished01-01-2015
Benefits of educationThe benefits of education to society – with special emphasis on higher educationPrivate (National)Finished01-09-2015
Household Debt and Savings DecisionsPublic (National)Finished01-07-2016
MismatchMismatch, matching and the allocation of workers to jobsPublic (National)Finished01-08-2016
Parental job loss and child well-being. Causal inference and risk mechanisms.Public (National)Finished01-10-2016
NORMANormative Foundations and Behavioral Implications of Non-Market AllocationPublic (National)Finished01-10-2016
Vækst med InnovationGrowth with Innovation in Danish companiesPrivate (National)Running01-01-2017
The socioeconomic importance of research-based educationPrivate (National)Finished02-01-2017
Reducing the dropout rate from vocational schoolsPrivate (National)Finished18-10-2017
TradeTrade and the Distribution of Welfare: An Empirical ApproachPublic (National)Finished01-12-2017
The Role of Regulations and Immigration in Firms' Offshoring DecisionsPublic (National)Finished01-03-2018
The Importance of Multiple Abilities for Labor Market OutcomesPrivate (National)Finished14-04-2018
Otto Mønsted Visiting Professorship - Emilio CarrizosaPrivate (National)Finished01-06-2018
Trade and the Distribution of Welfare: An Empirical ApproachPublic (National)Running01-06-2018
A labour market in transition? Growing significance of self-employmentPrivate (National)Finished15-06-2018
Can Innovation and Servitization Help Firms Escape Foreign Competition?Public (National)Running01-07-2018
Benchmarking-based incentives and regulatory applicationsPublic (National)Running05-10-2018
NeEDSResearch and Innovation Staff Exchange Network of European Data ScientistsEU Running01-01-2019
Labor Market Sorting: Identification and ImplicationsPrivate (National)Running01-02-2020
Otto Mønsted Visiting Professor - Marcella Alsan Private (National)Finished01-05-2020
Urban economyPrivate (National)Running01-05-2020
SaM2020 10th Annual Search and Matching ConferencePrivate (National)Finished13-05-2020
AGGLOMERATION AND IMMIGRATION: WHAT MAKES NATIVES MOVE?Private (National)Running01-06-2020

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