2017.03.06 | Public/media
Three years after the passing of Nobel Prize winner Dale T. Mortensen, Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University now establishes a new research centre to develop the theories of the American economics professor.
2017.03.06 | People
Professor Philipp Schröder from the Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus BSS has been appointed member of the expert group which is to assist a cross-ministerial committee in assessing the effects of the current research efforts.
2017.02.20 | People
Professor and former Chief Economic Adviser Torben M. Andersen, Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus BSS, has been appointed chairman of the board of a new working group aiming to develop a new macroeconomic model on behalf of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry for Economic Affairs and the Interior. The model will…
2017.01.04 | Public/media, Staff
Danmarks Nationalbank has granted the Department of Economics and Business Economics a professorship in economics as part of the celebration of the bank’s 200 year anniversary in 2018.
2016.12.13 | Administrative conditions
The department’s external website econ.au.dk will change to a new mobile-friendly design on Wednesday 14 December 2016.
2016.11.09 | Staff
The three core business departments will be gathered at Fuglesangs Allé, and new study and teaching environments will be created across Aarhus BSS. See plans and schedules here.
2016.11.02 | People
Thomas Munk Laursen has been awarded a professorship at the National Centre for Register-based Research (NCRR). Here, he is examining why people with severe mental disorders have such a high excess mortality.
2016.10.31 | Awards
Tor Toftgaard Madsen has received the title as Business Administration Student of the Year 2016.
2016.10.31 | Administrative conditions
The website has been given a new design which works optimally on mobile devices.
2016.10.28 | Education news
There is no right way to teach, but there are tools that can create a varied teaching, involve the students, make them think independently and increase their learning. This is the main message of Professor Robert Austin, who recently held a seminar at Aarhus BSS about case-based teaching.