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Professor Philipp Schröder is member of the expert group to advise on ways to help the travel industry through the corona crisis.

2020.06.04 | Knowledge exchange

New expert group to advise on ways to help the travel industry

The political parties behind the agreement to aid the hard-pressed Danish travel industry have appointed a fast-working group of experts to advise on ways to help the travel industry through the corona crisis. Professor Philipp Schröder, Department of Economics and Business Economics, is one of the members of the new expert group. The group is…

2020.06.04 | Awards

AUFF PhD award: How Does Financial Risk Develop Over a Day of Trading?

Martin Thyrsgaard from the Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus BSS is awarded Aarhus University Research Foundation's PhD Award for his dissertation. His methods allow you to study more precisely what is going on in the financial markets and to better understand the importance of how the markets are organised.

Thomas Kokholm
Elisa Nicolato

2020.05.18 | Grants

Thomas Kokholm receives grant of DKK 2.6 million from DFF

Associate Professor Thomas Kokholm has received DKK 2,652,533 from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for his project entitled ”The interplay between volatility speculators, institutional hedgers and market disruptions”. Associate Professor Elisa Nicolato is also involved in the project. Project description:The market for volatility…

2020.05.15 | Knowledge exchange

Economic expert group to advise on bailout packages

Once again, the government has asked professors of economics Torben M. Andersen, Michael Svarer and Philipp Schröder from Aarhus BSS for help. The expert group is asked to advise on the phase-out of the financial bailout packages.

2020.05.04 | Knowledge exchange, Knowledge exchange

Danish government to consult group of economic experts

The Danish Ministry of Finance appoints fast-working expert group to advise the government on the economic consequences of reopening Danish society. The group consists of professors of economics Torben M. Andersen, Michael Svarer and Philipp Schröder from Aarhus BSS.

Professor Preben Bo Mortensen

2020.02.24 | Awards, Research news

Preben Bo Mortensen receives the 2020 Novo Nordisk Prize

Preben Bo Mortensen receives the 2020 Novo Nordisk Prize for his research into mental illnesses and how to improve treatment and prevent suicide in those affected. The prize comes with DKK 3 million. He receives the award together with Merete Nordentoft from the University of Copenhagen.

2020.02.06 | Grants

Research Infrastructure Grant from the Carlsberg Foundation

Professor Torben M. Andersen has received a Research Infrastructure Grant of 670,000 DKK from the Carlsberg Foundation. Torben M. Andersen applied for the grant on behalf of ECONAU for the project “Frontiers in Register-Based Research in Economics”. The grant will cover expenses associated with the purchase of a new ECONAU server to be hosted at…

2020.01.24 | Grants

Mark Weder receives Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant

Professor Mark Weder has received an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant of approx. DKK 1 million. Mark Weder is part of a research team that also includes Renée Fry-McKibbin (ANU) and Matthew Greenwood-Nimmo (Melbourne) to look at Australia’s resilience to recession. Their project aims to study why Australia differs from its…

2020.01.24 | Research news

Kristina Risom Jespersen receives support for pilot project at the Cultural Heritage Cluster

Associate Professor Kristina Risom Jespersen has received support from the DeIC National eScience Centre for her project entitled “The Danish co-creative innovation culture since 2005” at The Cultural Heritage Cluster. The project aims to analyse the Danish co-creation culture since 2005 through an analysis of corporate and public organisations’…

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2020.01.22 | Staff

Information security: Do not use the browser Internet Explorer

Microsoft warns users against a critical vulnerability in the browser Internet Explorer. AU’s information security department follows the recommendation and asks all members of staff not to use Internet Explorer until the error is corrected.

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