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  • 17.11.2020

    Why untraceable cryptocurrencies are here to stay

    Financial regulators have a wait and see approach to decentralized privacy-preserving cryptocurrencies, letting them mature before deciding how to regulate them. Yet they assume there will be some way for oversight in the future to track extraordinary transactions linked to organized crime, terrorism financing and money laundering.
  • 01.11.2020

    Spotlight on new research publications in November

    What can strategic management research do to help to make sense of the COVID-19 disruption, and what are the implications of the disruption for the strategy field? And when faced with multiple relevant theories that all demand to be given weight in a process of deliberation, how do management students, while drawing on these theories, justify their choice? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
  • 01.10.2020

    Spotlight on new research publications in October

    How does the presence of ‘controlled’ foreign companies affect the productivity of domestic companies in the same industry? And how does armed conflict affect accountability and political trust in democratic governments? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
  • 18.09.2020

    The Royal Danish Theatre wins marketing prize

    The Royal Danish Theatre wins the HBH Prize 2020 for outstanding marketing performance. Additionally, at the ceremony Thursday at CBS one of our talented students was presented with the HBH Troubleshooter Prize for best thesis.
  • 15.09.2020

    New codex for online teaching

    Together with CBS Students we introduce a codex for responsible online behaviour in all our courses and teaching activities.
  • 01.09.2020

    Spotlight on new research publications in September

    Can publicly available, web scraped data be used to identify promising business startups at an early stage? And does more environmental uncertainty affect the design of performance measurement systems? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
  • 25.08.2020

    The new HD1-diploma programme attracts more students

    CBS expects to welcome around 650 new diploma students to the basic diploma programme HD1 in the new semester which is an increase of 16% compared to 2019. The diploma programmes will continue enrolment up to the study start to increase the number even further. Since a revised programme to meet the demands of a modern business community and the COVID-19 crisis have seen the light of day, the number of applicants has been rising.

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