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  • 25.11.2022

    Women across the world are paid less than men for the same job

    Researchers from 15 countries including Denmark have closely examined companies’ actual pay for men and women and found that there is a long way to go before we get equal pay for equal work. The study has been published in Nature Human Behaviour.
  • 24.11.2022

    Collaborate with students from Copenhagen Business School

    Copenhagen Business School is currently looking for company hosts for business development projects in Spring 2023. As company host, you get the opportunity to meet and collaborate with 4-5 master's students from Management of Innovation and Business Development at CBS.
  • 23.11.2022

    We are willing to pay larger energy bills in solidarity with Ukraine

    People can feel solidarity with a place where citizens suffer. It makes us respond with words and action even though it comes at a price. CBS research shows that, for example, solidarity makes people willing to pay more for airfare if the fuel does not come from Russia.
  • 22.11.2022

    New research will tell us more about what losing data means

    Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Associate Professor at CBS, has just been awarded one of Europe’s most prestigious research grants, an ERC Starting Grant, from the European Research Council, amounting to approximately 15 million DKK. Over the next five years, she will explore and find new ways of understanding data loss.
  • 15.11.2022

    CBS climate project awarded Velux HUMpraxis grant

    With environmental problems, social challenges and the aging population being just some of the challenges that cut across professional areas, two CBS researchers Robin Holt and Christina Juhlin have been awarded a grant of 5,431,382 DKK for their project CLIMATE-PART.
  • 15.11.2022

    “We want to shape people who dare and want to take social responsibility”

    As President of Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Nikolaj Malchow-Møller aims at making the 105-year-old university the most socially responsible business school in the Nordic countries. A process that includes nine transformative capabilities – also known as the Nordic Nine – which, among other things, will enable students to deal with ethical issues and act collectively. The Nordic Nine evolved through a collaboration between CBS and 3,000 individuals from the world of business and education. Anna Thomasson, CBS’ Dean of Education, is deeply involved in ensuring that these new capabilities are implemented in all the programmes offered by CBS. We met the President and the Dean for a talk about how to create a university where social responsibility is a staple element, and how to grow capabilities for an, as yet, unknown future.
  • 14.11.2022

    New perspectives on work life challenge the c-suite

    Red tape, a culture of busyness and the lack of purpose frustrate many employees. According to research, management needs to make changes to retain employees while a former leader who quit her own job backs the research.
  • 09.11.2022

    Geopolitical challenges - find an expert

    After the outbreak of war in Ukraine, the geopolitical challenges are greater than they have been in a long time. The challenges are found in areas such as defence, security of supply, inflation, cyber security, climate and sanctions. Sometimes, it can be difficult to maintain an overview. Here is a list of some CBS researchers that can contribute with knowledge and perspectives in challenging times.
  • 01.11.2022

    Spotlight on new research publications in November

    How does integration, convergence and economic policy apply in Europe? Find out in this month's spotlight on new research publications from CBS, where you can learn more about the many current topics in the world of research.

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