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 International Economics and Management are or have been involved in.

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AcronymTitleTypeStatusStartsort ascending
E-ledelsesudviklingE-leadership development of future managersPrivate (National)Running01-09-2017
IAFEP conferencePrivate (National)Running04-03-2016
Erhvervsstyrelsen - Lars Ohnemus Danish Business Authority (Erhvervsstyrelsen) - Lars OhnemusPublic (National)Running22-10-2014
OSUOpen Spin-out University (OSU)EU Finished01-02-2017
Ownership Differences in the Nordic Region: Causes and ConsequencesPrivate (International)Finished01-07-2016
Meaning of board and management in owner-managed businesses in connection with long-term planning and ownershipPrivate (National)Finished22-12-2015
Nordic Finance and the Good Society - CarnegiePrivate (National)Finished01-12-2015
The role of diaspora investors in developing countriesThe role of diaspora investors in developing countries: A study of firm internationalization and inter-firm collaborationsPublic (National)Finished02-11-2015
Det Finansielle DanmarkNordic Finance and the Good SocietyMultiple financing sourcesFinished01-01-2015
EliteForsk travel grant - Carsten PedersenPublic (National)Finished01-01-2015
Velux Takao KatoVelux Visiting Professor - Takao KatoPrivate (National)Finished21-12-2014
Bestyrelsessammensætning og selskabsperformanceBoard composition and company performancePrivate (National)Finished01-09-2014
WOMBOARDNETNetworking to the top: formal networks and access to board positions for womenEU Finished01-06-2013
Erhversdrivende FondeThe Danish Trading FoundationsMultiple financing sourcesFinished01-11-2011