Coronacrisis – find an expert
Associate professor Troels Michael Lilja - CBS LAW
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- Insolvency/insolvency law, force majeure in terms of holding general meetings/board meetings and in terms of financial crimes in times of crisis.
- Postponement of general meetings, dividend payment, etc.
- Contractual and compensation issues in the wake of cancellations of large sports events, music and film festivals, movie productions, etc.
- Interpretation and extent of force majeure provisions
- Agreements, public-private parterships and public responsibility, including damage and compensation in relation to corona
- The financial market and macro economics
- Recession as a consequence of the corona crisis
For decades, Niels Westergård-Nielsen has studied the Danish labour market, loss of jobs and job creation on the basis of register data.
Moreover, he has studied the effects of the financial crisis 2008 on companies, self-employed businesses and salaried employees.
Associate Professor Battista Severgnini – Department of Economics
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• Severgnini has studied the relation between epidemics and trade across borders.
Read the study Epidemic Trade.
• Severgnini is Italian, originally from Lombardy.
Professor Steffen Andersen – Department of Finance
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• Behavioural economics and household economics
• Author of the book ‘Farligt – Hvordan de fodrer din frygt, og hvorfor du æder det (Dangerous – how
they feed your fear and why you swallow it) which offers tools to overcome irrational fear. Death by
terror – or epidemics – is extremely unlikely so why are people more than willing to swallow fear
when it is offered to us?
Professor Poul Fritz Kjær – Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
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• Impact on globalisation including world trade, global economy and general interdependence.
• Global and European answers to the threat – international cooperation and coordination.
Associate Professor Andreas Wieland – Department of Operations Management
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• How does risk impact global supply chains?
• Which industries are most vulnerable?
Postdoc Tara Qian Sun – Department of Digitalization
• How the Chinese population uses its communication tools (digital) and influences the government’s decision-making.
• Qian Sun is analysing the Chinese corona virus case at the moment.
• Qian Sun is from China.
Professor Kim Normann Andersen – Department of Digitalization
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• Digital health communication
• The public sector’s difficulties navigating the modern, synchronous communication universe: news from
citizen to citizen vs. formal communication from agencies and authorities.
• The challenge of public authorities attempting to make agreements with established media on what to
communicate and when.
Associate Professor Frans Bevort – Department of Organization
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• HR managers can play a decisive role in handling phenomena such as the coronavirus.
• Frans Bevort has studied organisations and working life for two decades and knows how HR
departments can handle this task.