The former CBS Entrepreneurship Platform project manager, Dorthe Mejlhede, is pursuing an industrial Ph.D. at CBS and BEC (Bankernes EDB Central). We therefore welcome Lena Azimi as the new project manager.
Stephanie Decker is visiting from April 20 to May 5. Stephanie is Prof in the Economics and Strategy Group at Aston Business School in Birmingham. She is pursuing her research on qualitative approaches to international business & strategy.
A warm welcome to Guest Professor Mick Rowlinson, Prof. Organization Studies, from Queen Mary University of London has joined our research group for three months (April 5 - June 26, 2015). He is collaborating with the Center in the fields of the "use of history" and historical approaches to entrepreneurship.
Ludovic Cailluet, professor of strategy at University of Littoral and research fellow at Toulouse University CNRS management research center (CRM-CNRS) is a visiting scholar at the Business History Group in April and May 2015. During his stay, he will be working on entrepreneurship in the cosmetics industry. https://www.linkedin.com/in/cailluet
Laurel Austin, Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy has won a prize at The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2015 for the case UCSD: A Cancer Cluster in the Literature Building?
Entrepreneurs are thought to be risk takers. But do they take risks at all costs? In particular, how are entrepreneurs different compared to non-entrepreneurs when real monetary opportunities are at stakes?
Over the next few years, CBS will have the opportunity to roll out a major research project addressing this question. The Velux Foundation has made this possible by donating 5,6 million DKK to a project headed up by Prof. Bent Meier Sørensen.