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A single immigrant can generate exports of DKK 166,000. Photo: Colourbox.

2012.03.30 | Research news, Students, Business and finance

Students quantify immigrants' worth for Danish exports

Foreign labour represents a lot of unexploited potential in the Danish business community. A new Master's thesis from Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences, shows that a single immigrant can generate exports of DKK 166,000.

The rapid development of the Internet has not made first-time voters turn off their TV when deciding where to place their vote. Photo: Colourbox

2012.03.30 | Research news, Society and politics, Public/media, Students

Young voters prefer traditional media

Despite being labelled the 'Internet generation', 18 to 24-year-old voters still prefer mass media such as television, newspapers and radio during election campaigns. According to a researcher behind a new survey from Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences, political parties ought to choose a different marketing approach.

Professor Preben Bo Mortensen from Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences forms part of a new research project, which has recently received DKK 121m.

2012.03.22 | Research news

Record-breaking grant: New research project to investigate the causes of mental disorders

Professor Preben Bo Mortensen from Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences forms part of a new research project, which has recently received DKK 121m. This is the largest research grant ever awarded to a Danish research team in this field. As part of an interdisciplinary collaboration, Danish researchers will aim to understand mental…

2012.03.02 | Environment, climate and energy, Students, Economics and Business Economics

PRME LEADERS+20 Competition

The United Nations PRME - Principles for Responsible Management Education - and Aarhus University, Denmark, introduces the PRME LEADERS+20 Competition.

The new centre will, among other things, identify the best way of making parents feel more confident in their new role as parents. Photo: Colourbox

2012.03.01 | Research news

New research centre to study effect of welfare schemes on early childhood

How do maternity/paternity and health visitor schemes affect the health and development of infants? This question will now be answered by two new PhD projects at the newly established AU RECEIV centre at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences.