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  • 20.12.2019

    CBS in January

    This January, you can learn whether a green financial sector is realistic and how the maritime sector can contribute within the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • 11.12.2019

    Researchers: We need a Bill of Rights for nudging

    Nudging is part of everyday life in Denmark and globally but many people do not know when they are subject to a small ‘nudge’ designed to change their behaviour. A number of researchers find this problematic and argues for a Bill of Rights for nudging.
  • 06.12.2019

    CBS suspends 25 students for violating rules at intro

    In 2016 CBS introduced clear rules for handling intro activities for new students including prohibiting activities that demand or encourage students to consume alcohol. Even so, a large group of intro guides has chosen to ignore the rules. Consequently, CBS temporarily suspends 25 students.
  • 01.12.2019

    Spotlight on new research publications in December

    Why do people from rainy countries like the colour yellow more than people from the sunnier ones? And why do so many people love travelling to foreign countries? Get new insights from our list of new research at CBS.
  • 29.11.2019

    CBS in December

    Do you want to know more about gender norms in the workplace? Or how to create results across Nordic governments? CBS will be hosting a number of exciting events this December.
  • 22.11.2019

    Danish business schools: Savings on education will affect the Danish business community

    While the Danish business community is calling for qualified and highly skilled graduates for growth and green transition, the government is in the process of weakening the education of future employees. This is the clear warning from Denmark’s two business schools, Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences (Aarhus BSS).

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