Department of Management

The Department of Management is part of Aarhus BSS, one of the four faculties at Aarhus University.
At the Department of Management, we teach and carry out research on management, corporate communication, marketing and innovation, entrepreneurship and information systems. We have an international focus in our research and degree programmes.


Research


News

2019.04.08 | Aarhus BSS

Women buy healthy food when they see an attractive man

What we choose to eat and drink when we see a potential, attractive partner is still driven by our primal instincts. This means that women buy healthier food when they see an attractive man and that men buy more expensive food when they see an attractive woman.

2019.03.25 | Research news

MGMT researchers receive DKK 2 million for a project on international innovation alliances

Chris Ellegaard, Hanne Kragh and Nina Lidegaard receive DKK 2 million from the Danish Industry Foundation for a new research project on international innovation alliances

2019.03.21 | Research news

Customers - the biased decision-makers

Have you ever wondered to which degree you do control your purchasing decisions when shopping in the supermarket? This answer will surprise and possibly offend you!


Events

Fri 26 Apr
11:00-12:00 | Room 2628-M303, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
OSA Seminar by Melanie Wiener
Collaborative Open Foresight - a new approach for inspiring discontinuous and sustainability-oriented innovations
Mon 29 Apr
13:00-15:00 | Lecture hall G-Harvard in building 2626.
PhD Defence: Thomas Hessellund Nielsen
Minding the hype: Mindfulness in organizations and strategic decision-making
Mon 06 May
12:00-13:00 | Room 2624-E1, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
OSA Seminar by Jakob Arnoldi
The Social Distribution of the Public Recognition of Expertise
Tue 07 May
10:00-11:30 | Room 2628-M303, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
ICOA/OSA seminar by Sheen Levine
What Directs Search? Multi-site Experimental Evidence on Exploration - Exploitation

Education