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  • 01.06.2021

    Green Transition: Climate change and the textile industry

    According to the European Parliament, it is estimated that 10% of all greenhouse gas emissions are caused by clothing and footwear production. The global textile and garment industry, with its excessive energy and water consumption, chemical and microfibers pollution and issues of landfill waste have an extensive environmental footprint.
  • 01.06.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in June

    Are you interested in the different aspects that shape and drive management and leadership? This month’s research publications from CBS include studies on personality characteristics of CEO candidates, as well as the introduction of ‘Slow Management’ as a new and alternative approach to management. Read more about these and many other studies here.
  • 05.05.2021

    CBS researcher receives EliteForsk award

    Why is it some fiery souls succeed in creating changes while others do not? Professor Eva Boxenbaum’s research concentrates on the driving forces that can generate permanent societal changes.
  • 05.05.2021

    CBS appoints researcher for new auditing professorship

    A donation from FSR Danish Auditors provides for a prestigious auditing professorship at CBS. Professor Thomas Riise Johansen takes on the position on 3 May. The purpose of this professorship is to ensure enhanced and more relevant auditing research and consequently the MSc in Business Economics and Auditing.
  • 04.05.2021

    CBS and DTU to boost student entrepreneurship

    New offer for students: Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE) at CBS and DTU Skylab launch a joint initiative to strengthen university–based digital entrepreneurship and startups.
  • 01.05.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in May

    Are we being ‘nudged’ into sharing our data online? And how can organisational tensions enable sexual harassment within academia? These are some of the questions investigated by the latest research publications at CBS. Find the answer to these and many other questions here.
  • 29.04.2021

    A reform of the SU education grants can save the international study environment

    CBS’ President has, together with CBS Students, written a debate post on the value of the international environment at Copenhagen Business School. It was published by Politiken and the point is that excluding European students from studying in Denmark based on a wish to reduce the SU education grants may have severe impacts on the university environment. It would be a better idea to cut SU grants for all master students.

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