Can publicly available, web scraped data be used to identify promising business startups at an early stage?
And does more environmental uncertainty affect the design of performance measurement systems?
Here is the latest research on these and many more areas.
CBS expects to welcome around 650 new diploma students to the basic diploma programme HD1 in the new semester which is an increase of 16% compared to 2019. The diploma programmes will continue enrolment up to the study start to increase the number even further. Since a revised programme to meet the demands of a modern business community and the COVID-19 crisis have seen the light of day, the number of applicants has been rising.
A good start to your studies is an important factor when it comes to building a good student life. That is why CBS is starting off the semester with the Enjoy Campus Life campaign yet again. This year, the campaign has a special focus on community and new friendships in a time of physical distance and digital teaching.
3,215 new bachelor students are starting at CBS after the summer holidays. We are looking forward to welcoming the many new students to a reopened campus. This year, the study start will be different because of COVID-19 and the students will meet a semester that is unlike previous semesters.
CBS has a new strategy. Following a year of intense strategy work the CBS Board of Directors has now approved a new framework and direction for CBS focusing on making positive change through collaboration with a wide range of external stakeholders, including the Danish business community.
Like an earthquake the COVID-19 pandemic is sending gigantic shock waves through the global economy, putting numerous Danish companies, particularly young companies, under an enormous pressure. With a host of new initiatives, CBS will fully support the restoration efforts that lie ahead.