Department of

Economics and Business Economics

The Department of Economics and Business Economics is part of Aarhus BSS, one of the five faculties at Aarhus University. The academic staff teaches and carries out research into microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, finance and accounting, as well as operations research. The department has a strong international focus in its research and degree programmes. Read our full profile.


News

Senior research Oleguer Plana-Ripoll Photo: Aarhus BSS Communication and External Relations

2021.05.12 | Grants

New Lundbeck Foundation fellow to map the consequences of mental disorders

Senior researcher Oleguer Plana-Ripoll from the Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus BSS has received a Lundbeck Foundation fellowship of DKK 10 million to establish his own research team within register-based research on mental health. His team will provide a comprehensive overview of the causes and consequences of mental…

Professor of economics Kim Christensen Photo: AU

2021.05.12 | Grants

DKK 6.2 million from DFF for research into surprising price declines

Professor of economics Kim Christensen receives DKK 6.2 million from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for his research project about sudden price declines in financial markets.

Senior researcher Oleguer Plana-Ripoll Photo: Aarhus BSS Communication and External Relations

2021.05.12 | Grants

DKK 2.9 million from DFF for research into socio-economic status and mental disorders

Senior researcher Oleguer Plana-Ripoll receives DKK 2.9 million from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for his research project about the connection between socio-economic status and mental disorders.

Events

Mon 17 May
12:05-12:35 | via Zoom
PhD Lunch Seminar
Nikolaj Kirkeby Niebuhr & Mathias Voldum Siggaard
Tue 18 May
12:00-12:45 | Online
Joint Econometrics-Finance Lunch Seminar: Mathias Sjøgreen Krogh, AU
Title: State-dependent return predictability and dynamic portfolio choice
Tue 18 May
14:15-15:15 | Online
Economics Seminar Series: Susanna Loeb, Annenberg Institute at Brown University
Title: Are Changes in Reported Social-Emotional Skills Just Noise? The Predictive Power of Longitudinal Differences in Self-Reports (joint with Klint Kanopka, Susana Claro, Martin R. West and Hans Fricke)
Thu 20 May
12:00-13:00 | via Zoom
Macro Seminar Series: Patrick Moran, University of Copenhagen
Title: Breaking the Commitment Device: The Effect of Home Equity Withdrawal on Consumption, Saving, and Welfare

Education


Research

Distinguished Speaker Seminar: Bo E. Honoré, Princeton University Title: Selection without Exclusion