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Finn Frandsen and Winni Johansen. AU Photo.

2020.09.15 | Research news

New important handbook on organisational crisis management is out

Finn Frandsen and Winni Johansen, Department of Management, are the editors of a new handbook of crisis management and crisis communication which has just been published by De Gruyter Mouton in Berlin.

Anders Holch-Poulsen, CEO of Bestseller, actively promotes the degree programme to bachelor students at a meeting in February. Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard

2020.09.10 | Education news

Large intake of students to new Master’s degree programme in Commercial and Retail Management

Interest in becoming one of the first students in Denmark to specialise in Commercial and Retail Management has been overwhelming. This degree programme is offered by Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University for people who hold a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration or similar. Approximately 100 new master’s students have just…

2020.08.18 | Grants

Five million grant for Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson and Erik Reimer Larsen

The grant is for the project 'Patterns of Interactions: Emergence and Consequences'

2020.07.03 | Knowledge exchange

Innovation podcast (in Danish)

De fleste vil gerne være innovative, men hvordan arbejder man strategisk med innovation som virksomhed? Det fortæller professor Lars Frederiksen om i denne podcast.

2020.06.22 | Research news

Does import experience equal export success?

When companies attempt to export their products, some of them will succeed on the export market while others will have to withdraw. But what makes a company exit an export market? A new study from Aarhus BSS has explored this question.

Prof. Sascha Steinmann

2020.06.09 | People

New professor at Department of Management

Sascha Steinmann takes up position as professor at MGMT

2020.05.28 | Research news

How do Danish SMEs get through the COVID-19 crisis?

MGMT researchers receive DKK 1.3 million for a study on how Danish SMEs will restart during and after the COVID-19 crisis.

2020.04.06 | Research news

New EU project TiGRE to investigate trust relationships in European regulatory policies

Researchers from the Department of Management and the Department of Political Science will contribute to a new EU project which will examine trust relationships in European regulatory policies and public authorities in Europe.

Professor Michael S. Dahl

2020.04.03 | Awards

Michael S. Dahl wins the Third Annual Award for Responsible Research in Management

The award is given for the article 'Pay-for-Performance and Employee Mental Health: Large Sample Evidence Using Employee Prescription Drug Usage'

2020.03.13 | People

Newly appointed professor at Department of Management

We are happy to announce that Polymeros Chrysochou has been appointed professor from 1 March 2020.

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