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 Management, Politics and Philosophy are or have been involved in.

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AcronymTitleTypeStatussort descendingStart
Navigating Troubled Waters: Strategiske svar på kontekstuelle tranformationer i dansk shipping, 2001-2018Private (National)Afsluttet01-08-2017
EcoLabSSEcovillages as Laboratories of Sustainability and Social ChangeEU Afsluttet14-09-2017
The Transnational Construction of European Welfare States: From the Marshall Plan to the TroikaPrivate (National)Afsluttet01-10-2017
Network on Drones and AestheticsPublic (National)Afsluttet01-08-2017
PENELOPEPlatforms for entrepreneurship: Long-lasting prospects for a sustainable Greenland in the Arctic RegionPublic (International)Afsluttet01-06-2017
IAS Institute of Advanced Studies FellowshipPrivate (International)Afsluttet01-02-2018
Looking into the Future: new modes of governance in societiesPublic (International)Afsluttet01-09-2018
CRICCentre for Resolution of International ConflictsPublic (National)Afsluttet30-08-2012
Globale LedelseskompetencerGlobal Leadership Competences of the FuturePrivate (National)Afsluttet01-03-2011
Paradoxes and possibilities of growthSustainable Entrepreneurship: Paradoxes and possibilities of growthPrivate (National)Igang01-05-2015
European Haniel ProgramPrivate (International)Igang16-01-2014
New Public ManagementDanish Folkeskole and New Public ManagementPublic (National)Igang01-12-2013
En Standard for ElevdygtighedOne Standard for Student ExcellencePublic (National)Igang01-01-2016
NordStevaNordic Centre of Excellence for Security Technologies and Societal valuesPublic (International)Igang01-07-2015
Organising labour market integration of immigrants: theory and practicePublic (International)Igang01-01-2017
Grey zonesCollaboration and relations between economic operators in the competition for public contracts – Legal and economic analyses of grey zones between public procurement law and competition lawPublic (International)Igang01-01-2018
StressManagement, consortium, key task and stressPublic (National)Igang01-09-2017
EnSuZaEnvironmental sustainability of tourist hotels, ZanzibarPublic (National)Igang01-01-2018
The Ethos of PoetryPrivate (National)Igang01-02-2018
Artistic practice and systems changePrivate (National)Igang01-04-2018
GFIIEGGrassroots Financial Innovations for Inclusive Economic GrowthPublic (National)Igang01-04-2019
Otto Mønsted Visiting Professor- Jason GlynosPrivate (National)Igang03-06-2018
Gendered formations of educational interests and aspirations in primary and secondary schoolingPublic (National)Igang21-06-2018
Further development of the course Strategic Design and Entrepreneurship (SDE)Private (National)Igang01-09-2018
KKVSThe worth of art and culture for societyPrivate (National)Igang01-11-2018
Sexual harassment at the work placePublic (National)Igang01-02-2019
Foucault Studies 2019-2020Public (International)Igang01-10-2018

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