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  • 17.09.2021

    Rambøll wins the HBH Prize 2021

    Yesterday, Rambøll was announced as this year’s winner of the HBH Prize. The HBH Prize is awarded annually by researchers at CBS and the HBH Foundation for state-of-the-art marketing by a Danish company or organisation.
  • 01.09.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in September

    This month’s research publications from CBS investigate numerous different topics such as Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence. Read about these topics and many more here.
  • 30.08.2021

    Welcome everybody

    At CBS, we are working hard to get the last things ready for this year’s study start. We know from experience that when the students get a good start, they feel and do better at their studies, and their chances of completing improve. That is why we greet both new and current students with the Welcome Project.
  • 05.08.2021

    CBS in Copenhagen 2021

    CBS participates in Copenhagen 2021, this year's mega international LGBTI+ event, with presentations and we will also join the march. Copenhagen 2021 takes place from 12 to 22 August. Check out CBS’ participation.
  • 01.08.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in August

    How does the balance between Volume and Variety impact brand performance on social media platforms? Can regulatory experimentation contribute to the green transition? And is there a link between female managers and firm innovation?
  • 27.07.2021

    3,230 new bachelor students at CBS

    This year, CBS welcomes 3,230 new bachelor students after the summer holidays. Close to one third of the new bachelor students are admitted through quota 2 where selection is based on post-upper secondary experience and motivation.
  • 15.07.2021

    Data privacy - are you sure you want a cookie?

    Data privacy is an important topic in the digitalised economy. Recent policy changes have aimed to strengthen users' control over their own data. Yet new research from Copenhagen Business School finds designers of cookie banners can affect users’ privacy choices by manipulating the choice architecture and with simple changes can increase absolute consent by 17%.

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