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2018.04.16 | Awards, CREATES

3rd place at the Econometric Game 2018

Four PhD students from the Department of Economics and Business Economics came 3rd at the Econometric Game 2018 in Amsterdam.

2018.02.26 | Research news

Semper Ardens grant for research into disruption and globalisation

The Carlsberg Foundation has granted DKK 15 million to a new Semper Ardens research project at Aarhus BSS. The project aims to examine how shifts in the markets affect companies, employees and society.

Bezirgen Veliyev and K. Ulrich Hounyo

2018.01.25 | Awards, CREATES

Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize to Bezirgen Veliyev and Ulrich Hounyo

Bezirgen Veliyev (AU and CREATES) and K. Ulrich Hounyo (SUNY Albany) have been awarded the Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize for their article entitled "Validity of Edgeworth expansions for realized volatility estimators”, which was brought in the February 2016 issue of The Econometrics Journal. The article contributes to the literature on…

Photo: Aarhus BSS Communication

2018.01.16 | People

New centre on big data

Professor Carsten Bøcker Pedersen is part of the management team at the new Big Data Centre for Environment and Health which has received DKK 60 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Challenge Programme.

2017.12.13 | Research news

TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research receives funding until the end of 2022

TrygFonden will initiate contract negotiations with Aarhus University with the intent to renew the donation to TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research with another DKK 40 Million for the period 2019-22.

The aim of DRDS is to compile data within one or more areas where the current data is insufficient or to consolidate the various data so that researchers or other stakeholders can find and use the data more easily. Photo: Colourbox.com

2017.12.04 | Society and politics

Better data on companies, social policy and voter behaviour

Aarhus BSS will play a leading role in a new national project which aims to improve Danish research infrastructure. The project has just been awarded DKK 36 million and aims to help researchers and other stakeholders understand a wide range societal issues - from the impact of social policy to the relationship between socio-economic factors and…

"The Sapere Aude grant is highly prestigious and it will undoubtedly give my career a push in the right direction,” says Martin Møller Andreasen. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan/The Independent Research Fund Denmark

2017.11.22 | People

Martin Møller Andreasen receives Sapere Aude grant

Professor of Economics Martin Møller Andreasen has received a Sapere Aude research project grant of DKK 5.7 million. The grant allows him to head his own research team and conduct research at a high international level.

Valdemar Smith

2017.11.20 | Awards

Valdemar Smith awarded Lecturer of the Year at Den Gyldne Fugl 2017

Valdemar Smith was awarded Lecturer of the Year at Studenterlauget’s Den Gyldne Fugl award show on Saturday 18 November. The award is given to a lecturer at Aarhus BSS who manages to communicate academic knowledge to the students in an interesting, inspiring and enthusiastic way. The other nominees were Christian Waldstrøm and…

Peter Ove Christensen

2017.11.14 | Staff

Obituary for Professor Peter Ove Christensen

It is with deep sorrow that we have received the sad news that our former colleague Professor Peter Ove Christensen has passed away, much too early. Peter Ove was born on January 15, 1957, in Løgstrup near Viborg, and he celebrated his 60th birthday this past summer. He had moved to Aarhus in 1976 when he started his studies in…

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Anil Kumar
Similan Rujiwattanapong

2017.11.10 | Staff

Two recipients of AUFF Starting Grants at the Department

Anil Kumar and Similan Rujiwattanapong from Department of Economics and Business Economics have both received an Assistant Professor Starting Grant from the AU Research Foundation (AUFF).

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