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2015.05.21 | Research news

Infections can affect your IQ

New research shows that infections can impair your cognitive ability measured on an IQ scale. The study is the largest of its kind to date, and it shows a clear correlation between infection levels and impaired cognition.

2015.04.17 | Awards

The winner of the EØ Award is Adam Horsten

On 16 April, the Alumni Association for the business administration programme (soc.) presented the award “Business Administration Student of the Year 2015” in cooperation with LINDBERG. This year’s winner was Adam Horsten.

2015.04.15 | Research news

The recipe for export success boiled down to a three-minute cartoon

In Denmark we need more companies to gain the courage to export and to get better at exporting. To this end, Aarhus University and the Danish Export Association have boiled down 10 years of research and more than 100 scientific articles to a three-minute cartoon (in Danish). The film presents the recipe for export success – the DNA of Export.

Siem Jan Koopman is planning to spend 2x3 months in Aarhus working on his project ‘State Space Models in Econometrics’. Photo: BSS Communication

2015.03.17 | People

DKK 1 million for three visiting scholars

Siem Jan Koopman is one of three top professors who have been awarded the VILLUM Visiting Professor Programme grant from the Velux Foundation. They now become formally affiliated with the School of Business and Social Sciences as visiting scholars.

Read more at the new website www.eksportensdna.dk.

2015.01.26 | Public/media

The DNA of Export maps the recipe for export success

Only 5-6 per cent of firms in the private sector are successful exporters, but they account for 26 per cent of the jobs in the sector. Together with service exporters, these relatively few firms’ international sale amounts to 50 per cent of Denmark’s GDP. And considering that there are more than 200,000 companies in Denmark, there is much greater…

Søren Slipsager Clausen plans to go to New York in 2015. Photo: Colourbox.

2014.12.17 | Awards

Travel grant for Søren Slipsager Clausen

Søren Slipsager Clausen has been awarded a large travel grant of DKK 150,000 from the foundation Købmand Herman Sallings Fond

2014.12.12 | Event type

Ambitious students seek to improve top event

This year’s Aarhus Symposium was met with flying colours by the top executives who attended the event. But the students behind the event have no intention of resting on their laurels. They have a clear goal: Next year’s symposium, which is set to take place on 6 November 2015, must be even better, and they have already started the preparations for…

2014.11.19 | News from the management

AMBA accreditation for School of Business and Social Sciences

School of Business and Social Sciences has been granted the AMBA accreditation from the internationally recognised accreditation association that awards accreditations to MBA programmes.

2014.10.23 | Awards

Martin Møller Andreasen receives talent prize from the Nykredit Foundation

The Nykredit Foundation awards talent prize of 100,000 to associate professor at the Department of Economics and Business.

2014.10.17 | Events, Research news

Nobel Prize research to improve the matching of employees and companies

Some of the world’s leading economists will gather for a memorial conference in honour of Aarhus University’s Nobel laureate Dale T. Mortensen On 21 October. Among other things, they will discuss how to match the most productive employees with the most productive companies.

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