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The new centre is to lead the way in proving that it is possible to build up a solid base of knowledge about what does and does not work with regard to improving the well-being of children and young people.

2012.11.30 | Research news, Knowledge exchange

DKK 60 million for research centre devoted to well-being among children and young people

With a grant of DKK 60 million, the TrygFonden foundation has taken the initiative to establish a new research centre at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences. The centre is to lead the way in proving that it is possible to build up a solid base of knowledge about what does and does not work with regard to improving the…

Professor Nabanita Datta Gupta of the Department of Economics and Business at Aarhus University turns 50 on 14 January 2012. Photo: Anne Shirin Ørberg

2012.11.28 | People

Economics professor crosses The Gender Gap

When, at the tender age of 18, Nabanita Datta Gupta left her family in India to become an Ivy League student in the United States, she broke with the patriarchal culture of her homeland. Today, she is one of very few female professors of economics in Denmark, and her areas of research at the Department of Economics and Business at Aarhus…

Three BSS-students from the Department of Economics and Business have won the Danish edition of the Grundfos Challenge 2012/13 and are now through to the final. Photo: Colourbox.

2012.11.22 | Awards, Students

BSS students through to next stage of Grundfos Global Challenge

After a day’s intensive case competition to select the best solutions for how to tackle the water shortage problems of the future, three students from the Department of Economics and Business at School of Business and Social Sciences (BSS) have now progressed to the final of the Grundfos Global Challenge, where they will be competing against teams…

2012.11.01 | Events

Aarhus Symposium connects leaders of today with leaders of tomorrow

Dedicated students from the Aarhus University will together with industry leaders and research experts meet and build bridges and together create a unique experience.