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  • 01.12.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in December

    Do you want to know more about sustainable transformation and responsible management? Are you interested in how sustainable standards gain legitimacy? Or have you ever wondered whether government and CSR should be interconnected or independent of one another? Then you should read CBS’ research publications from December, which investigate these topics along with many others.
  • 24.11.2021

    Succesful launch of the Sustainable Procurement Initiative at CBS

    6 researchers from the Department of Operations Management launch the CBS Sustainable Procurement Initiative. The Sustainable Procurement Initiative brings together CBS procurement and supply chain researchers in collaboration with Danish industry and stakeholders. The initiative aims to make a positive impact on sustainable procurement practices in Denmark by researching and assisting Danish companies in their implementation of sustainable procurement practices.
  • 22.11.2021

    Status of the consultation process at CBS

    All Danish universities have been asked to cut student places by up to 10 percent in the larger cities by 2030 as part of the political agreement 'Flere og bedre uddannelsesmuligheder i hele Danmark'. CBS has prepared a plan for implementing the reductions in student places, which the board was informed of on 12 November. Senior Management give a status of the consultation process.
  • 12.11.2021

    Admissions to CBS to be reduced between now and 2030

    The universities are to cut student places by up to ten percent in the larger cities by 2030. The plan for a reduction in student intake in Frederiksberg is now due to be sent for internal consultation.
  • 01.11.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in November

    How can companies exercise due diligence in relation to human rights? How does international diversity among team members influence team outcomes? And why do entrepreneurs choose to engage in crowdfunding? You can find the answers to these and many other questions in the latest research publications at CBS.
  • 27.10.2021

    Earmarked parental leave – find an expert

    According to a 2019 directive, EU countries must implement at least 9 weeks of earmarked parental leave for both parents before August 2022. In Denmark, negotiations between the social partners have ended by proposing 11 weeks of earmarked parental leave for each parent and the final agreement is now settled at Christiansborg. The societal debate has revolved around topics such as parental leave models, gender equality, wage differences and families' self-determination. Get an overview of CBS researchers who can inform and contribute to the debate.

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