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2016.03.07 | Research news

New mothers with postpartum psychiatric disorders face increased risk of suicide: study

New mothers who suffer from depression and other psychiatric disorders face a heightened risk of taking their own lives during the first year after they give birth, a new study shows. The study, which runs counter to conventional wisdom of motherhood as a state of unmitigated bliss, is based on one of the most exhaustive analyses ever conducted on…

Andrea Barletta

2016.03.01 | People

1,5 million grant for Andrea Barletta

PhD fellow Andrea Barletta receives a postdoc grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The amount granted is DKK 1,546,926.

Philipp Schröder

2016.02.11 | Research news

To Secure Future of Manufacturing, Act Now: Aarhus BSS Report

The future begins now, according to a report on the Danish manufacturing sector prepared by Aarhus BSS and consultancy McKinsey. If Danish manufacturers want to do well in ten years’ time, they must act now.

2016.02.02 | Research news

Søren Dalsgaard and Anders Bredahl Kock receive AUFF Starting Grants

Senior Researcher Søren Dalsgaard and Assistant Professor Anders Bredahl Kock from the Department of Economics and Business Economics have received Starting Grants from Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF):

2016.02.02 | Research news

Behavioural Economics Infrastructure on the new Danish Roadmap

The Behaviour, Interaction and Cognition Labs’ (BICLabs) proposal to expand and improve lab infrastructure to study human behaviour has been added to the new Danish roadmap for research infrastructure that was announced on 18 December 2015. BICLabs is led by Aarhus University, and the Cognition and Behavior Lab at Aarhus BSS is a crucial part of…

2016.01.18 | Research news

Rune Vejlin Receives AUFF Starting Grant

Rune Vejlin from the Department of Economics and Business Economics has received an Associate Professor Starting Grant of DKK 1,441,000 from the Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF) for his project on income inequality.

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2016.01.12 | People

New head of department

Carsten Sørensen, current professor in finance at Copenhagen Business School, takes up the position as head of department on 1 March.

2015.12.18 | People

Torben M. Andersen Member of the European Economic Advisory Group

Torben M. Andersen has become a member of the European Economic Advisory Group, which is a group of seven internationally known economists from seven countries which is to provide an annual report on the European Economy including a growth forecast as well as other topical European themes. The other members are: John Driffill (Birkbeck College),…

Michael Svarer

2015.12.15 | People

Seven Questions for the New Chief Economic Advisor

Michael Svarer, professor of economics at Aarhus BSS, has just been appointed president of the four-member chairmanship of the Economic Council. We caught up with him shortly before lunch on a busy day, and had a chance to ask him about his expectations for his new job. Current issues, including the integration of immigrants into the Danish…

Sanne Wøhlk

2015.12.15 | Research news

Waste management at centre of project at Aarhus BSS

Sanne Wøhlk thinks that rubbish is fascinating. She’s an associate professor of logistics at Aarhus BSS, and will be spending the next couple of years researching more efficient ways of collecting and transporting waste. The Danish Council for Independent Research has just allocated a grant of 4.1 million Danish kroner (600,000 US dollars) to her…

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