Research centres

We have the following research centres at the Department of Economics and Business Economics:

CIRRAU - Centre for Integrated Register-based Research

CIRRAU is a centre established at Aarhus University to facilitate interdisciplinary research in the academic areas of the social sciences, health sciences and elements from the natural sciences. 

CREATES - Center for Research in Econometric Analysis of Time Series

The research conducted at CREATES covers a broad range of sub-fields. One of the most active research areas is within the econometric analysis of high frequency time series data, especially volatility modeling of financial data.  

DTMC - Dale T. Mortensen Centre

DTMC carries out research on markets with search frictions, and related areas in economics and econometrics.  

FIND - Research Centre for Firms and INdustry Dynamics

FIND conducts research on firms' behaviour and responses to outside changes, the dynamic adjustments of sectors, and the economic systems' overall responses in general equilibrium.  

NCRR - National Centre for Register-based Research

NCRR is a world-leading centre in psychiatric epidemiology, contributing to the integration of register-based research between health sciences and social sciences.   

TrygFonden's Centre for Child Research

TrygFonden's Centre for Child Research is an interdisciplinary research centre which carries out scientific impact evaluations to test whether an intervention is working in practice. The goal for the centre is to increase the well-being among children and young adults.