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  • 12.10.2022

    Data can empower citizens to help handle future epidemics

    During COVID-19, so-called ‘citizen data scientists’ started popping up. Regular citizens who analysed and visualised data to explain the development of the virus elevated the public debate and improved official responses.
  • 11.10.2022

    Embed the Arne pension and develop new incentives for Svend

    The Danish Arne pension will somewhat redress inequality in Denmark, where unskilled workers die almost eight years earlier than academics, leaving them with a shorter retirement period. However, politicians should consolidate the right to earlier retirement and develop new “Svend incentives”, making the highly educated work longer, says Svend Erik Hougaard Jensen, Director of the Pension Research Centre at CBS.
  • 10.10.2022

    Saving endangered crafts in Europe

    CBS researchers are working with glass blowers and potters to preserve crafts that are dying arts. Through innovation, innovative technologies and the development of business models, a new research project aims to boost sustainable growth and enhance cultural diversity in Europe.
  • 06.10.2022

    New initiative to create better entrepreneurs

    Leadership: Entrepreneurs have a history of underprioritising the importance of strong leadership. CBS and the Danish Industry Foundation are now joining forces to focus on leadership in start-ups.
  • 29.09.2022

    Spotlight on new research publications in October

    Does Depression Co-occur within Households? 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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