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2013.09.20 | Staff

New Folder about Horizon 2020

The Research Support Office at AU has prepared a new folder for researchers at the Department of Economics and Business about Horizon 2020, which is EU’s next Framework Programme for Research and Innovation with a total budget of €70 billion.

Ingo Kleindienst's research interests are corporate strategy (product and international diversification), corporate governance (CEO succession and TMT composition), and managerial psychology and cognition (managerial discretion and strategic decision-making). Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey, AU Communication, BSS.

2013.09.18 | People

New collaborator with considerable knowledge about strategy

Ingo Kleindienst is new associate professor of strategy. His research interests are corporate strategy, corporate governance, and managerial psychology and cognition.

2013.09.17 | Aarhus BSS

Feedback from AMBA after their visit with BSS

After having visited BSS, the members of the AMBA panel indicated that they are highly impressed with the school’s strong emphasis on research and with the feedback from students, prospective employers and stakeholders. But the panel also calls attention to certain areas that need to be adjusted or restructured in order for BSS to fully live up to…

2013.09.16 | Research news

Two PhD Students from the Department invited to the Prestigious IZA@DC Young Scholars Program

For the second year in a row IZA (Institute for the Study of Labor) hosts a workshop in Washington DC aimed at young scholars, the IZA@DC Young Scholar Program. Only 10 PhD students from around the world are invited to participate and this year two PhD students from the Department of Economics and Business have been so lucky to get accepted,…

2013.09.16 | Awards

Research Communication Prize to Philipp Schröder

If you want to make people curious about your research, you must dare to show your audience how excited and enthusiastic you are about your work. When professor of economics Philipp Schröder - the recipient of the 2013 Aarhus University Anniversary Foundation Research Communication Prize - gives his guided tour of the realm of international…

2013.09.11 | Awards, Research news

Professor Sir David F. Hendry appointed Honorary Doctor of Aarhus University

After collaborating for a number of years with one of the world’s most influential living econometricians, Aarhus University appoints Professor Sir David F. Hendry of Oxford University as Honorary Doctor.

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