• 29.01.2021

    Green transition: Saying goodbye to pigs and cows

    Animal-free agriculture shows great potential and foreign companies have made great progress in terms of producing meat in new ways. According to new research Denmark should take advantage of these technological advances.
  • 28.01.2021

    Crowdfunding? Check weather forecast first!

    Investors’ moods are affected by gloomy weather. New research from Copenhagen Business School recommends entrepreneurs looking for finance should be aware of the weather forecast at the time they want to launch their crowdfunding campaigns.
  • 22.01.2021

    Green transition: Ports fail to adopt climate measures

    Only a minority of the world’s largest ports make a targeted effort to reduce effects on the climate and air pollution. This is the conclusion of a global study of 93 of the largest ports in the world by CBS Maritime. The researchers share their results in a feature article published in the Danish paper Søfart.
  • 01.01.2021

    Spotlight on new research publications in January

    Are you interested in a better understanding of the economic consequences of aiming for sustainable procurement? Or curious about the relationship between the theory and practice of CSR (corporate social responsibility) and corporate tax avoidance? Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
  • 17.12.2020

    CBS and DTU join forces to overcome societal challenges

    Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) establish a strategic collaboration on master programmes and executive master programmes, student projects and joint research projects. Increased interdisciplinarity boosts Denmark's competitive power and provides better options to contribute to solving some of our grand societal challenges.
  • 14.12.2020

    TIME MIRROR – financial accounting for the green transition

    Policy makers will need to set ambitious goals and make sure companies do not delay or obscure climate disclosures with their reporting on how climate risks impact financial performance, assets, and liabilities. Current financial accounting standards and practices tend to ignore the future challenges associated with carbon neutrality targets.