2014.06.27 | Knowledge exchange
On a press conference held on 27 June, the Danish Ministry of Employment announced that economics professor Nina Smith has been appointed chairman of the government’s unemployment benefit commission.
2014.06.24 | Awards
At BSS’ annual Faculty Celebration, which took place in the Main Hall at AU on Friday, Martin Møller Andreasen was presented with the 2014 BSS Research Award. He is one of two researchers to win the award this year. The award comes with a cash prize of DKK 50,000, which is earmarked for his further research.
2014.06.23 | Awards
Two of this year’s most talented students within the field of export and international trade have received the Danish Export Association’s Graduation Awards for best Bachelor’s project and best Master’s thesis.
2014.06.19 | Eliteforskning
The Social Sciences (FSE) department under the Danish Council for Independent Research has granted a total of DKK 6.4 million to two new research projects led by Associate Professor Thomas Quistgaard Pedersen and Associate Professor Martin Møller Andreasen.
2014.05.21 | Knowledge exchange
The government’s future pension commission will be chaired by professor Torben M. Andersen from the Department of Economics and Business.
2014.05.06 | Awards
Tom Engsted has been awarded lecturer of the year at Department of Economics and Business and received the much-coveted Golden Pointer for his entertaining lecturers and strong academic skills.
2014.05.02 | Research news
Researchers from the Department of Economics and Business and the Department of Political Science and Government, Aarhus University have carried out the first Danish study on the effects of co-teaching based on a randomised controlled trial.
2014.05.02 | News from the management
In his second term as head of department, Allan Würtz wants to further consolidate and support the department and the employees in their aspirations towards offering high quality degree programmes and do ground-breaking research.
2014.04.30 | Research news
New research shows that Danish companies that use outsourcing can achieve the greatest profit growth by moving the production to countries that charge the most for the work.
2014.04.23 | Awards
On 1 April 2014 EØ-Foreningen presented the award “Business Administration Student of the Year 2014” in cooperation with Danfoss. The award went to Anne Møller, who during her studies has made a positive impression among many students at the Department of Economics and Business. Along with the award, Anne received a check of DKK 10,000 sponsored…