Head of Department Karen Brunsø.

2014.04.30 | People

Karen Brunsø is ready for three more years as head of the Department of Business Administration

Professor Karen Brunsø has just signed the three-year contract that assures her three more years as head of department.

2014.04.30 | Research news

PDW Accepted for the DRUID Society Conference 2014

The Professional Development Workshop prepared by Ana Luiza de Araújo Burcharth, together with Marcel Bogers from University of Southern Denmark and colleagues from the Stella Polaris Network, has been included in the conference programme of the DRUID Society Conference 2014.

2014.04.29 | Knowledge exchange

Interdisciplinary research collaboration creates synergies

With a research project spanning the diverse fields of political science, psychology and organisation, synergies have been created at Aarhus University, spurred on by academic relevance and the urge to research across disciplines.

2014.04.29 | Knowledge exchange

Course development yields better grades and better students

The Department of Business Administration has successfully developed the method subjects for the MSc in Business Administration. The courses now comprise more supervision sessions, less classroom teaching and an oral exam. This new course structure has given way to more skilled students, a lower failure rate and more students who pass their exams…

2014.04.23 | Research news

Paper accepted for The 34th Strategic Management Society's Annual International Conference

'A Technique for Tracking Business Model Evolution' by Sergejs Groskovs and John P. Ulhøi has been included in the conference programme of the Annual SMS Conference.

2014.04.14 | Awards

Franziska Günzel-Jensen and Sarah Robinson win Best Paper Award at 3E conference

Franziska Günzel-Jensen and Sarah Robinson have won the Best Paper Award at the annual European Entrepreneurship Education Conference in Turku, Finland.

2014.04.09 | Knowledge exchange

Are the organic consumers of the future just a bunch of hippies?

The answer is both yes and no. Today’s organic consumers still have a little bit of hippie left in them, and they appear to be compassionate and tolerant people who are keen to protect the environment. But for organic consumers, ecology is also a matter of self-indulgence, and personal gratification plays a significant part in their consumer…

2014.04.08 | Events

Three Aarhus University students participate in international negotiation competition

A team of three master’s students from School of Business and Social Sciences has been selected among almost sixty teams from all over the world to participate in The Negotiation Challenge in Iceland 10-12 April 2014.

2014.04.02 | People

Bent Martinsen has passed away

Former Associate Professor at Department of Business Administration Bent Martinsen died last week.