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 Finance is or has been involved in

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AcronymTitlesort descendingTypeStatusStart
TAXINCENTIVESCan tax incentives explain excessive corporate cash holdings?Public (National)Running01-04-2016
FRIC 2Center for Financial FrictionsPublic (National)Running01-04-2018
FRICCentre for financial frictionsPublic (National)Finished28-04-2011
Co-editor of Scandinavian Journal of Statistics from 1 July 2015 - 30 June 2018Private (International)Finished01-07-2015
Comparison of variable annuties between the Netherlands and DenmarkPublic (International)Finished01-06-2017
Editorial function of Finans/Invest 2016Private (National)Finished01-01-2016
Editorial function of Finans/Invest 2018Public (National)Finished01-01-2018
Editorial function of Finans/Invest 2019Private (National)Running01-01-2019
EliteForsk price 2015 - Lasse Heje PedersenPublic (National)Finished01-01-2015
FRICTIONSFinancial FrictionsEU Finished01-01-2013
Financial performanceFinancial and Non-financial Performance of Privately-Held BusinessesPublic (National)Running29-10-2013
FinFitnessFintech and Financial FitnessPublic (National)Running29-09-2016
ConsumeBehaveIncome and Consumer Behavior: How Does Consumption Respond to Income shocks and Do the Timing and Source of Income Matter?Public (National)Finished01-01-2016
Monetary Policy Networks and Asset PricesPublic (National)Running01-07-2018
Preferences or Imperfections? Anomalies in the Lab and Real-World BehaviorPublic (International)Finished24-12-2016
Quantifying Opportunities and Risk in Alternative InvestmentsPublic (National)Running01-06-2018
RDRECONRisky Decisions: Revealing Economic BehaviourEU Running01-05-2015