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!

2019.03.08 | Research news

Small adjustments of the product labels can capture customers’ attention

What makes us pick products off the shelf? This study examines how product labels capture our attention and influence our decision-making.

2019.02.12 | Events

MGMT represented at AU conference about partnerships for a sustainable future

The conference is now followed up with funding opportunities for interdisciplinary partnerships focusing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

2019.02.12 | Research news

When social norms interventions produce boomerang effects

Social norms interventions are often used to promote prosocial and pro-environmental behaviour. According to this study, however, such interventions can also produce a boomerang effect.

2019.02.12 | Research news

Project Half Double wins international prize and 100,000 dollars

Among more than 1000 applicants representing 40 countries, Project Half Double has been awarded the most Innovative Idea in Project Management prize.

2019.02.05 | Research news

Open-plan offices can reduce job satisfaction

The higher the number of people sitting together in one office, the harder it gets for them to collaborate with their colleagues, feel comfortable and be happy at work, shows new research from Aarhus BSS. This should influence business leaders’ approach to office layout in the future, according to the researcher behind the study.

2019.01.22 | Research news

Does the electricity sector risk its own “financial crisis”?

Electricity companies are getting larger and larger, they consolidate and expand across borders. However, is it even an option for society to let electricity companies go bankrupt if their businesses fail despite their many efforts? Or have the companies become so essential for society that they are in fact “too big to fail” as was the case with…

Jacob Lund Orquin is a professor at the Department of Management (MAPP Centre) and studies consumer psychology. Photo: AU Foto

2018.12.06 | Grants

Professor Jacob Lund Orquin receives Sapere Aude grant for project on consumer choices

On 5 December 2018, Jacob Lund Orquin received a grant of DKK 5,849,529 from the Danish Council for Independent Research’s Sapere Aude programme for his project, which aims to define a model for the consumers’ choice of products.

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