• 28.06.2019

    Spotlights on new research publications / July

    Why is laughter important to soldiers? And how has the financial crisis influenced our willingness to purchase shares? Scroll down the list of new research publications to learn more about this and much more.
  • 17.06.2019

    CBS students recognised with talent scholarship

    The talent and drive of five CBS students was recently acknowledged by CBS and the Finn Junge-Jensen Scholarship. A common feature for the five scholarship recipients is that they all put in an extraordinary effort.
  • 31.05.2019

    CBS in June

    Summer is just around the corner, but you still have the opportunity to participate in some exciting events at CBS. For example attend the AQR Top Finance Graduate Award ceremony, which recognises the most promising PhD students in finance. CBS is taking part in the People’s Meeting on the island of Bornholm again this year. Grab the chance to participate in a large variety of events on topics relevant to society.
  • 31.05.2019

    CBS in June

    Join us when the top PhD-students in finance receives The AQR Top Finance Graduate Award and look into our exciting photo exhibition on diversity in Europe. Get an overview on CBS-events here.
  • 31.05.2019

    Spotlights on new research publications / June

    Why are we so afraid of introducing women’s quotas in Denmark? And is crowdfunding democratic or discriminating? Scroll down the list to read about the latest research from CBS.
  • 28.05.2019

    Smileys make you look dumb but friendly

    Smileys make you seem less competent but significantly more warm and friendly, concludes a new study on the use of emoticons between instructors and students.
  • 16.05.2019

    Is modern working life sending us back to puberty?

    Today, the criteria for good work performance are somewhat ambiguous. According to a new study from two CBS researchers, this leaves us in a limbo of uncertainty, where we as employees have to guess when we are performing well.