The so-called agricultural report will not be completed. This decision is made as the research steering committee has been unable to reach an agreement on whether the final report is of a satisfactory quality for publication.
The Business Data Analytics Crowdsourcing Competition allows CBS students to work with real-world consumers and improve their skills in a field with excellent job opportunities but also provides the participating firms with innovative solutions. Many organisations hesitate when it comes to big data, which is why collaboration is a necessity, explains CBS professor.
Rankings are important, because potential MBA students use them when choosing their place of study. For this reason, CBS is very pleased with the ranking positions awarded it by the Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, and others.
Christian Borch, Professor with special responsibilities at CBS, has just received a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant for the project “AlgoFinance”, in which he investigates the implications of algorithmic finance.
CBS is back on the undergraduate case competition world map after a 4 year absence. The CBS team’s impressive victory in the Australian Undergraduate Business Case Competition on December 2nd triggered an invitation to the Champions Trophy in New Zealand in February.
Through a disclosure request, Radio Denmark (DR) has gained access to e-mails associated with the formation of the so-called agricultural report and the authoring researcher. Against this background, DR has initiated a discussion about the quality of the report. Good research practice is crucial to CBS, says Peter Møllgard, Dean of Research. In the interests of the principle for freedom of research, CBS awaits the final report.
You can attend a number of interesting events at CBS in December. What are the experiences of refugees as entrepreneurs in Denmark and how can we increase IT system efficiency? Learn about all this and much more.