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2015.09.09 | People

Kristina Risom Jespersen is awarded Prize of Honour for Pedagogics

The Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Prize of Honour for Pedagogics is awarded associate professor Kristina Risom Jespersen in recognition of outstanding and groundbreaking teaching at Aarhus University and is accompanied by a DKK 100,000 monetary award.

2015.08.31 | Knowledge exchange

The right mix of competences enable procurement departments to innovate

When procurement departments in Danish companies are incorporated as strategic partners - both within the company and in relation to external partners – they contribute to creating innovation. Such are the results of a new study based on 321 companies.

A new study from Aarhus University reveals that women who develop mental problems after giving birth are generally more likely to contact their GP - also long before falling pregnant. This offers new opportunities for an early identification of the most vulnerable women.

2015.08.13 | Research news

Frequent visits to the GP may reveal early stages of postnatal depression

Most mothers are mentally vulnerable after giving birth. A few develop mental disorders - and the earliest sign is frequent contact with the GP. This is the result of a new study from Aarhus University.

2015.06.25 | News type

Students win case competition

A group of students from the Department of Economics and Business Economics just won a case competition organised in collaboration with the Confederation of Danish Industry. The winning team offered their take on how Danish companies can solve the future challenges caused by shortage of qualified labour.

2015.06.16 | Research news

It’s Raining Grants

Members of the Department of Economics and Business Economics have been working diligently applying for grants, and their hard work has now paid off in the form of generous grants to quite a few Department members:

2015.06.04 | Events

CREATES to host the annual SoFiE conference

The research centre CREATES at Aarhus BSS will host the 2015 conference of the Society for Financial Econometrics (SoFiE). More than 200 participants have signed up for the conference, which offers 90 scientific contributions over the course of four days.

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.

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