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  • 20.02.2019

    Training for case competition – and for the future

    Lots of training, dedication and a willingness to constantly improve are what it takes to become part of CBS’ International Case Competition teams. In addition, it provides valuable learning and is extremely fun and social. This is what motivates Rikke and Tobias, who in week 9 will represent CBS at the CBS Case Competition.
  • 01.02.2019

    FRIC is hiring new research assistants (students) 2019

    The Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC) is looking for new research assistants who are interested in supporting us in our research via data collection and cleaning, calculations, model implementation and information retrieval – application deadline is February 25, 2019
  • 31.01.2019

    CBS in February

    Read more about this month’s activities here. How can smart technologies and big data create more sustainable buildings and cities? What to expect from the new government in Brazil? Are you unaware of your privileges? - familiarise yourself with them at a workshop when CBS celebrates Winter Pride 2019. February is also the month where our current President at CBS Per Holten-Andersen steps down from his position after seven years, which is marked by a symposium.
  • 30.11.2018

    CBS in December

    There are indications that we are going to receive less pension than what we have been informed so far. CBS would like to invite you hear more about how three different pension funds administer our pension savings at an event in December. You are also invited to attend a seminar with Cass Sunstein, Professor and nudging expert, who will talk about sustainability and regulation. Read more about the coming events at CBS
  • 21.11.2018

    CBS has found a new president

    The name of CBS’ next president is Nikolaj Malchow-Møller. He has served as dean at the University of Southern Denmark and is well acquainted with CBS.
  • 15.11.2018

    Comprehensive reports outline the market conditions for Danish visual arts

    New reports about the conditions for visual arts in Denmark will be presented at a launch seminar at Copenhagen Business School on 22 November. ”A massive data collection process lies behind these reports, which have not been available to the public until now”, says Professor mso Trine Bille, who is principal investigator to the project.

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