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2017.02.20 | People

Torben M. Andersen to head new macroeconomic model

Professor and former Chief Economic Adviser Torben M. Andersen, Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus BSS, has been appointed chairman of the board of a new working group aiming to develop a new macroeconomic model on behalf of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry for Economic Affairs and the Interior. The model will…

2017.02.02 | Public/media

Languages and maths in the day nursery

It’s a good idea to already start developing children’s language and maths learning skills in the day nursery. This way, the children might do better in school later on than they otherwise would have done.

Photo: The Danish Central Bank

2017.01.04 | Public/media, Staff

ECON gets professorship from central bank

Danmarks Nationalbank has granted the Department of Economics and Business Economics a professorship in economics as part of the celebration of the bank’s 200 year anniversary in 2018.

2016.12.22 | Private and public companies

Disruption – good or bad

Professor Philipp Schröder was one of the experts participating when Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen welcomed business leaders, union leaders and experts to the first session at the new Disruption Council to discuss the future Danish labour market.

2016.12.12 | Research news

Men and women handle bullying very differently

Men and women are almost at an equal risk of being bullied in the workplace, but whereas bullying often causes women to go on prolonged sick leave or use antidepressants, men often choose to leave the labour market altogether for a period of time. This is the result of new research from Aarhus BSS and the University of Copenhagen.

2016.11.14 | Education news

Photos from Graduation Day 2016

See this year’s graduates at the graduation ceremony on Saturday 12 November 2016. The programme was as follows:   Welcome by Marie Møller Petersen Oecon Council song for the audience “Nu falmer skoven trindt om land” Speech by Esben Kolind Laustrup Speech by the Oecon Association  Speech by the EØ-association Speech by…

On the notice board, Thomas keeps track of all the places his research has taken him. A new collaboration with an Australian researcher might result in a trip to Brisbane in the near future.

2016.11.02 | People

New professor at NCRR

Thomas Munk Laursen has been awarded a professorship at the National Centre for Register-based Research (NCRR). Here, he is examining why people with severe mental disorders have such a high excess mortality.

2016.10.31 | Awards

Business Administration Student of the Year 2016

Tor Toftgaard Madsen has received the title as Business Administration Student of the Year 2016.

Frederik Bjørn Christensen, Frederik Læssøe Nielsen and director of Nationalbanken Lars Rohde.

2016.10.25 | People

2 x Frederik win award for best Barchelor’s project in economics

Frederik Bjørn Christensen and Frederik Læssøe Nielsen have won the award for best Bachelor’s project in economics presented by the Danish central bank, Danmarks Nationalbank. They receive the DKK 10,000 award for the project ”The role of the public sector in intergenerational welfare contracts”.

2016.10.25 | Events

Large sequences of numbers map out how humans have affected the climate change

Econometric models can help us understand the correlation between climate change and human activity. For that reason, number crunchers from all over the world are meeting up for a conference on climate econometrics in Aarhus on 27 and 28 October.

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