News

2012.04.25 | Announcements

Three highly commended award winners at Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2012

The Department of Business Administration congratulates Mai Linneberg, Helle Neergaard, and Alice Grønhøj and Tino Bech-Larsen for their papers being chosen as Highly Commended Award Winners at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2012.  Mai Linneberg’s article has been published in Society and Business Review and it is entitled ‘The…

Danes are willing to pay more tax to get healthier food and more information on what constitutes healthy food. Photo: Colourbox

2012.04.25 | Research news, Health and disease, Society and politics

Danes top international health study

Denmark stands out in a new international study. It is the only country where there is widespread acceptance by the general public that politicians increase taxes to promote healthy eating habits.

2012.04.23 | Announcements

Lars Frederiksen gives lecture at HafenCity University in Hamburg

Professor Lars Frederiksen from Department of Business Administration gives lecture at HafenCity University in Hamburg 26 April 2012. The lecture is entitled: RENEW, REUSE, REINFORCE: SHAPING THE EMERGING GLOBAL MARKET FOR 'ECO-CITIES' Read more about the lecture

2012.04.17 | Announcements

John Howells invited to chair a session at Fifth Annual Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Associate Professor John Howells has been invited to chair a session at the Fifth Annual Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)-Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Conference on Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship, which will be held at the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago 14-15…

2012.04.16 | Research news

Business and Social Sciences at the Festival of Research

For the eighth time, Aarhus University is participating in the science festival Festival of Research. Initiated by the Danish Ministry of Science, the Festival of Research offers research at eye level across the entire country and takes place at the end of April.

Public health campaigns to seek inspiration from the private sector. Photo: Colourbox

2012.04.16 | Research news

Six-step model to improve public health

An international research project on healthy eating habits has resulted in a new six-step model. The model will help to streamline public health campaigns and thereby improve public health.

2012.04.16 | Announcements

Carsten Bergenholtz appointed assistant professor

We congratulate Carsten Bergenholtz who has been appointed assistant professor at Department of Business Administration as of 1 April 2012.

Lars Frederiksen from the Department of Business Administration has been appointed Professor with special responsibilities (MSO). During the next five years, he is to develop and function as head of the research field ‘innovation management and strategy’. Photo: Colourbox.

2012.04.13 | Staff

New professor with special responsibilities has many irons in the fire

Lars Frederiksen has been appointed Professor with special responsibilities and researcher within the fields of innovation strategy, innovation management and entrepreneurship.

Low-tech practices - such as opening ones home to visiting researchers - help create the necessary networks and strategic partnerships which provide some ground-breaking opportunities for innovation. Photo: Colourbox

2012.04.11 | Events, Business and finance, Alumni

Focused innovation and low-tech practices

On Friday, 13 April, Jens K. Gundersen, founder of Unisense, will be speaking at the second innovation seminar this spring. Unisense was born at Aarhus University and is the story of the commercial success achieved by a small player in a global high-tech industry through focused innovation management.