The international festival on documentaries, CPH:DOX, has a special focus on science this year – not just in the DOX:SCIENCE programme, but in the festival as such. Which is why Copenhagen Business School with its three cross disciplinary research platforms joins again as content partner, following last year’s success where many thousands followed the online opening of the science programme and other debates. This time our researchers are ready to discuss how research can contribute to the solution of global challenges such as inequality, digital transformations and diversity. CPH:DOX runs from 23 March-3 April and this time it is LIVE – so check out the programme and find your seat at the cinema and for the engaging debates.
Russia has invaded Ukraine. With this list, you can find experts from CBS who can inform and contribute to the debate on aspects such as SWIFT, the effect on global trade, exchange rates and investments, travel patterns, the risk of recession, and much more.
Which role does cross-sectoral collaboration play in the transition from linear to circular production systems?
Does human reflexivity disappear as datafication and automation expand, and machines take over decision-making?
What influence does the quality of the public transport system have on our quality of life?
Find the answer to these questions along with many others in this month’s spotlight on new research publications from CBS.
Every year, the Ministry of Higher Education and Science awards five Elite Research prizes and up to twenty Elite Research travel grants.
This year, two researchers from Copenhagen Business School, Anika Schröder and Christine Dyhrberg Højgaard have been awarded an Elite Research travel grant worth DKK 200,000, which aims to help PhD students conduct longer-term studies in some of the world’s best research environments.
Gregor Halff is stepping down as Dean of Education at CBS to become Dean of Social Sciences at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Until a new dean has been employed, Peter Lotz, Programme Director for the HD will take over as interim Dean of Education. Peter will start the job on 24 March.
Read the newest list of research publications from CBS. Explore the potential effect of female representation in multinationals’ top management teams on firms’ support of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, along with many other exciting research topics.