• 21.11.2013

    cbsCSR Professor featured in the Harvard Environmental Law Review

    Lucia Reisch, a cbsCSR professor, is featured in the first edition of the Harvard Environmental Law Review (HELW) blog citing her recent article with Harvard Professor Cass Sustein - "Automatically green: Behavioral economics and environmental protection".
  • 14.11.2013

    From Rio to Roskilde - and back

    The Rio+20 Summit did perhaps not achieve all its goals, but it certainly set sustainability on top of the global agenda. Inspired by all the possibilities the Summit offered and all the objectives yet to be achieved, a group of researchers at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) established a partnership with Roskilde Festival in 2013 to analyze the sustainability barriers and opportunities during the festival.
  • 12.11.2013

    New York Times praises cbsCSR

    A New York Times article recently heralded cbsCSR’s strong reputation for social and sustainable business courses.
  • 08.11.2013

    PhD students

    With a wide range of overlapping interests in their work the two PhD students: Julia Kirch Kirkegaard and Louise Lyngfeldt Gorm Hansen (INT), both using STS in their studies of sustainable energy transition in China, decided to write a common abstract to the 4S Conference held last month in San Diego. Their trip was made possible with funding from the CBS Sustainability Platform.
  • 22.10.2013

    Social responsibility and the MBA

    Copenhagen Business School has a strong reputation for its social and sustainable business courses, at least in part a reflection of the character of Danish society. (New York Times)
  • 09.10.2013

    Important Danish research prize goes to CBS professor

    The Nykredit Research Prize goes to David Lando, Professor of Finance, for his internationally acknowledged research on credit risk. The Nykredit Talent Prize goes to Robert Strand, Assistant Professor at CBS