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Alice Grønhøj & Jessica Aschemann-Witzel

2017.05.10 | Research news

Alice Grønhøj and Jessica Aschemann-Witzel receive a EU research grant of 4.3 million DKK

Associate Professors Alice Grønhøj and Jessica Aschemann-Witzel have received a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) research grant from the Horizon 2020 EU programme.

Irene Pollach

2017.05.09 | Research news

Irene Pollach receives 2.5 million grant

The Danish Council for Independent Research awards Irene Pollach a grant for the project 'Discursive Power over Financial News'.

2017.04.10 | Research news

Grants from the Interacting Minds Centre

Quite a number of researchers from the Department of Management have received research grants from the Interacting Minds Centre this spring.

A Philosophy of Management Accounting

2017.04.10 | Research news

New book - A Philosophy of Management Accounting

A group of researchers at the Department of Management have made contributions to a book on pragmatic constructivism. The book is recently published by Routledge.

2017.03.28 | People

An international researcher returns

After many years abroad, Erik Reimer Larsen has now returned to Denmark as a professor at MGMT. On 6 April, he will hold his inaugural lecture, which is entitled “Please wait: Understanding delays, feedback and complexity in decision making” - a topic that he has dealt with throughout his entire research career.

2017.03.28 | People

An international team player

Andrea Carugati has just been appointed Professor at MGMT. On 6 April, he will hold his inaugural lecture at the department entitled: A systemic view of IT and organisations: From individual activities to sector wide modernisations.

2017.03.01 | Research news

René Rohrbeck takes up post as professor

On 30 March, René Rohrbeck will hold his inaugural lecture and consolidate his affiliation with the Department of Management. His lecture is entitled “What can firms do today to build a superior position in markets of tomorrow?”

Price contributes to many students choosing the less healthy options in the cafeterias. Photo: Colourbox

2017.02.28 | Research news

How do we get young men in vocational schools to eat healthy?

There are several challenges associated with getting young men in vocational schools to eat healthy. According to a new study from Aarhus University, the students overall dislike it when someone interferes with their dietary habits.

2017.02.20 | Research news

News from Project Half Double

Addendum to the Phase 1 report

2017.02.13 | People

New associate professor emeritus: Erik Kloppenborg Madsen

Erik Kloppenborg Madsen wishes to wind down his career and is therefore becoming associate professor emeritus. On 23 February, Erik marks his new position with a farewell reception at the Department of Management. Everyone is welcome.

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