About three-quarters of Denmark’s foreign trade go through Danish ports. Professor Peter Maskell is the new chair of an expert committee that will analyse the underlying foundation for business and industry in the ports. Here Marskell provides insight to the problems that lurk in the Danish ports.
Fintech, behavioural economics, crowdsourcing and entrepreneurship are the headlines of the four research projects which have received funding from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The grant is worth DKK 12.2 million.
CBS is looking for motivated mentors for CBS Career Academy, a career development programme for first-year master students. Interested in paying knowledge and experience forward to the next generation? Go to www.cbs.dk/mentor.
Denmark holds the chairmanship at this year's OECD Ministerial Council Meeting in June, where CBS will participate as an OECD Forum Knowledge Partner. The focus is on Making Globalisation Work - Better Lives for All.
The Danish government's newly appointed Disruption Council will ensure that Denmark is at the leading edge of technological development. Jan Damsgaard, Professor at CBS, has been appointed member of the council. But what is the newly appointed member going to bring to the council table?
The 2016 Annual Report has now been released. A historic number of degrees were awarded, and the completion of CBS’ revised strategy strengthened its position as a broad, interdisciplinary business school.
Last year one-third of the highly talented individuals on Berlingske Business Talent 100 List were graduates of CBS. This year the event will be celebrated at CBS. Get tips on how to land on next year’s list.