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  • 28.11.2016

    CBS staff and students are prized

    DSEB and CBS celebrated students and staff at the prize-giving ”The Prize Winners' Reception”. This year, there were three new prizes.
  • 28.11.2016

    Head of new department appointed

    Dorte Salskov-Iversen will be the Head of the New Department which as of 1 January will be the result of the merger between the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM) and International Business Communication (IBC).
  • 09.11.2016

    CBS researcher receives prestigious Tietgen Award

    On Tuesday evening Associate Professor Marcus Møller Larsen, Copenhagen Business School received this year’s Tietgen Award, which grants him 500,000 Danish kroner for his research on outsourcing, offshoring and why some companies successfully move operations abroad while others fail.
  • 07.11.2016

    CBS in the news media

    Research and expert commentary by our researchers appear weekly in the Danish and international news media. This list represents a selection of recent news items.
  • 07.11.2016

    Universities strengthen companies

    Students improve and companies experience more growth when employees are taught by researchers. A large research project at CBS funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation will closely chart the impact of this dynamic for the first time. Previous reports show that companies that collaborate with universities experience greater growth.
  • 07.11.2016

    New researchers at CBS

    CBS employs more than 700 researchers. Each year new faces join our faculty. In each edition, the newsletter will introduce some of CBS’ recently recruited researchers.
  • 07.11.2016

    Shame triggers stress

    Feelings of shame about not being able to manage one’s workload cause stress. A PhD dissertation names shame as the underlying villain behind mental-health related sickness leave, providing management with knowledge that can lead to a reduction in stress and in sickness leave.
  • 07.11.2016

    The drive to innovate increases when employees change jobs

    Companies welcome the drive to innovate with open arms. Infectious to the point of producing measurably more patents, the drive to innovate is a trait highly specialised staff bring along when they change jobs. Most surprisingly, the company they left behind also becomes more innovative. These are the conclusions of new research at CBS.
  • 07.11.2016

    ”My life in Denmark is an adventure”

    Brooke Harrington, associate professor, sociologist, wealth manager and single mother, has had one of her busiest years ever as an internationally recognised expert on tax havens. Danish culture, and not to mention CBS, has helped her successfully manage it all.

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