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Conferences at Copenhagen Business School


This site is hosting a number of different conference organizations that have their conference hosted by Copenhagen Business School.

 

The 11th Design Thinking Research Symposium

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The 23rd Nordic Academy of Management Conference

12-14 August 2015. Copenhagen Business School.

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Test 2013

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OCS

OCS 101

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NOFOMA 2014

The 26th NOFOMA Conference (12-13 June) and the NORDLOG Doctoral Day (11 June)

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23rd Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research (1-4 October 2014)

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Nordic Accounting Conference

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9th International Organisational Behaviour in Healthcare conference

The theme of the 2014 SHOC, 9th International OBHC conference will be on “When health policy meets every day practices” and the conference will be hosted at Copenhagen Business School by CBS Public-Private Platform in Denmark. We expect about 120 participants coming from Continental Europe, Nordic and Baltic countries, the UK and Ireland, North America and Australia/New Zealand.

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Translation Process Research 5-8 of August & Speech and Gaze in Translation [August 9, 2013]

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3rd org gov

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Full time MBA test

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CBS Public Private Platform

Public-Private Platformen vil gerne bidrage til en samfundsdialog om ændringen af relationerne mellem offentlig og privat. Derfor afholder platformen årligt vores 'Collaboratory', hvor hvor en bred vifte af aktører – erhvervsledere, politikere, offentlige- og private ledere, forskere og borgere – mødes for at udveksle synspunkter. Her kan man indgå i dialog om specifikke problemstillinger med henblik på at initiere fælles forskningsdagsordener og projekter i jagten på nytænkende løsninger.
 
Hvert år har workshoppen et forskelligt fokus, som talerne og deltagere går i dybden med. I maj 2012 afholdt platformen det første collaboratory. Dette kan du læse mere om under Collaboratory 2012.

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Human Work Interaction Design

The HUMAN WORK INTERACTION DESIGN 2012 (HWID 2012) working conference analyzes the combination of empirical Work Analysis and Human computer interaction (HCI). We very much look forward to welcoming you to Copenhagen!

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Towards a European Legal Method: Synthesis or Fragmentation

The focus at the conference is on how the increased complexity of the sources of law that has been developing during the last 50 years in connection with the development of EU law, international law and national law into one big multi-level legal order, and the methodological consequences thereof, can be conceived of and explained at a theoretical level. For a number of years many related problems have been discussed under the heading constitutionalization of the EU.

We think that a possible answer is that a new European legal realism is emerging that is different from both Scandinavian Legal Realism that for a number of years have been very influential in the Nordic legal tradition and new American legal realism.

At the conference we will discuss how to conceptualize European legal realism which we regard as a further development of the (many) variants of legal positivism that have been practiced in Europe.  We will also discuss whether EU law has developed from a natural law period in the early days of the European Community to a more positivist/realist phase.

The conference is the third international conference within the European Legal Method (ELM) project at the CBS (Copenhagen Business School) and University of Copenhagen, see  http://www.cbs.dk/forskning/institutter_centre/institutter/law/menu/forskningsprojekter#ELM1. A recurring theme at the ELM-conferences has been the tension between doctrinal legal research and interdisciplinary research that look at law also in its non-legal context. For doctrinal legal research it is also important to look at law in its legal context. Many of the developments that have taken place in EU law during the last 50 years concern the legal (as different from non-legal) context of valid law and its increasing multi-level character.

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Nordic Workshop in Industrial Organization

This two-day conference is the eighth in a series of Nordic workshop focusing on Industrial Organization. The overall purpose of the workshop is to stimulate cooperation and exchange of knowledge in the field of Industrial Organization. In June 2012 the workshop will be hosted by the Copenhagen Business School.
The keynote speaker will be David Genesove (Hebrew University of Jerusalem).
Nordic researchers are invited to submit papers on all topics within Industrial Organization. Both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome

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Global Management Accounting Research Symposium

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Public and Private Regulation of CSR

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The European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Background and Perspectives

Den europæiske gældskrise udgør en af tidens største økonomiske udfordringer. Krisen har ikke blot betydning for eurozonen og EU, men også for den internationale økonomi mere generelt.

På den baggrund arrangerer Økonomisk Institut ved Copenhagen Business School i samarbejde med Danmarks Nationalbank og University of California, Santa Cruz, en international konference i København d. 13.-14. april 2012. 

Konferencen afholdes i Danmarks Nationalbank, og undertegnede står sammen med to amerikanske kolleger, professorerne Joshua Aizenman og Michael Hutchison, for den praktiske afvikling af konferencen.

Konferencen kan ses som en opfølgning på en konference, som næsten samme arrangørkreds stod bag i 1997, og som i 1999 førte til udgivelse af en bog på det anerkendte forlag Cambridge University Press.  Temaet for denne konference var de finanspolitiske udfordringer i den på det tidspunkt netop lancerede økonomiske og monetære union i EU.

Nu er der gået godt og vel 10 år med ØMUen, og vi har følt et behov for at vurdere: "hvordan gik det så?"  

Det er vores forventning, at vi ved at bringe nogle af de førende internationale eksperter på dette område sammen til en konference vil kunne yde vigtige bidrag til ikke blot en bedre forståelse af den aktuelle situation, men også til mulige veje ud af krisen i eurozonen.

Jeg henviser til vedhæftede program for konferencen.

At der er store forventninger til konferencens faglige niveau, fremgår bl.a. af, at et af de ansete internationale tidsskrifter på området, Journal of International Money and Finance, allerede har accepteret at udgive et særnummer med artikler fra konferencen. Således vil tidsskriftets redaktør, James Lothian, Fordham University, USA, deltage i konferencen, hvor han vil optræde som discussant på et af de fremlagte papirer.    

Konferencen kan betragtes som et "closed shop" arrangement. Der vil blive inviteret ca. 25 personer, som alle vil få en aktiv rolle, enten som speaker eller som discussant. Derudover vil der blive mulighed for, at ca. 30 personer kan deltage i konferencen efter særlig invitation.   

Det forventes, at nogle af emnerne på konferencen også har interesse for offentligheden. Det gælder ikke mindst i et år, hvor Danmark har formandsskabet for EU. Derfor vil der blive mulighed for, at danske beslutningstagere, medier m.v. kan få adgang til dele af konferencen, herunder få mulighed for at lave interviews med nogle af deltagerne.

Lad mig til sidste nævne, at jeg naturligvis står til rådighed med yderligere information.  

 

Med venlig hilsen

Svend E. Hougaard Jensen

Professor i økonomi, PhD

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1St Seminar Tourism Researchers in Denmark

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Public Procurement Days - Modernisation, Innovation and Growth

 

Denmark will chair the Council Presidency in 2012. One important aspect during the Presidency will be the modernisation of the current legal EU Public Procurement framework. With this Conference the Danish Competition- and Consumer Authority and the Law Department at Copenhagen Business School wish to address various subjects regarding public procurement rules in order to determine how modernisation of the procurement framework can facilitate more innovation and growth. 


MODERNISATION

A revision of the EU Public Procurement Directives is one of twelve key actions identified in the Single Market Act. This session will address and assess various aspects of the proposed modernisation of the public procurement rules, which seeks to increase transparency, equal treatment, competition and facilitate innovation in pursuance of higher efficiency in the public sector in the European Union. 

INNOVATION

The private sector is commonly known to create more innovative solutions. This session seeks to elaborate on how the public sector can foster innovation in cooperation with private parties, through the use of PPP´s, Concessions and competitive dialogue. The main question of the session is: "how can the public sector be more innovative in their procurement process in order to increase innovative solutions?"

GROWTH

Public procurement plays a key role in the Europe 2020 Growth strategy. Increase of cross-border trade, both within EU and with third countries, is essential to improve competition and to obtain best value for money. This session will discuss whether the current legal framework limits cross-border trade within EU. It will also address the topic of access for third countries to the European procurement market.

 

 

 

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Social Media for Social Purposes Conference

The Center for Corporate Social Responsibility (cbsCSR www.cbs.dk/cbscsr) is very pleased to invite you to participate in the “Social Media for Social Purposes Conference” on October 31. - November 1. 2011 at Copenhagen Business School.

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Conference on Board Diversity and Economic Performance

The Conference will take place at the Copenhagen Business School campus buildings of Solbjerg Plads and Kilen.

Solbjerg Plads 3, Frederiksberg -2000, Room SPs01 and D4 Augustinus Fonden
click here for a Solbjerg Plads floorplan

Kilevej 14, Frederiksberg-2000, Room K 146

The aim of this conference is to bring together academics and practitioners (business leaders, policy makers, etc.) to discuss the state-of-the-art of theory and practice pertaining to diversity on board of directors. Drawing on the latest research on diversity, the purpose of this conference is to contribute to the current debate on the importance of board diversity in terms of social justice and economic benefits. Despite a growing awareness of the importance of various types of diversity among corporate directors, little is known about how exactly diverse directors differ in terms of their experience and expertise, risk attitude, preferences, goals, etc., and how these differences influence the functioning of the boards and the firm as a whole. In addition, we need to better understand the internal policies that firms adopt in order to promote diversity, and the consequences of such policies. The conference seeks a dialogue between academics, practitioners and policy makers to further our understanding of board diversity, its benefits and costs, under what conditions the benefits prevail, and what kind of actions firms may undertake to mitigate the costs and promote diversity in the boardroom.

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European Governance under Change

The inter-congress meeting of the Research Committe 3 on European Unification of IPSA (International Political Science Association)

Arranged by Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

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Deleuze visa payment

Creation, Crisis, Critique

The Fourth International Deleuze Studies Conference

Copenhagen, Summer 2011

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Nordic Symposium on CSR 2011

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4th International Deleuze Conference

Creation, Crisis, Critique

The Fourth International Deleuze Studies Conference

Copenhagen, Summer 2011

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ETSG 13th Annual Conference

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CBS PUBLIC Konference 2011

'Den involverende offentlige sektor'

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5th Nordic Conference on Health Organization and Management

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Copenhagen Symposium - Approaches to the Lexicon

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Copenhagen Innovation Symposium

History and overview

The first Copenhagen Innovation Symposium, in 2008, initiated by professor Daniel Hjorth at CBS´s Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, successfully extended to Europe an event held in Seattle, Washington USA in 2005, 2006, and again in 2008. This series of events brings together invitation-only groups of top thinkers from academia and industry to confront the most important innovation topics of the post-industrial economy of today and tomorrow.

The Copenhagen Innovation Symposium (CIS) is organized as a two day symposium. In 2008 it was launched in connection with the Seattle symposium, held in June the same year. The idea was that these two events would form into a whole, a trans-Atlantic effort to put innovation challenges on the agenda. The Copenhagen symposium was attended by key-note speakers from University of Washington, Seattle, Harvard Business School, The Polytechnical University of Milano, Stockholm University, Åbo Akademi, and companies such as e-types, Bang & Olufsen and Novozymes.

In 2010 CIS was repeated in a similar form and still with the intention of creating cross-learning opportunities between universities and industry. This time with speakers and participants from, e.g. MINES ParisTech, The Polytechnical University of Milano, University of Napoli and Gothenburg University. From the business site the key-note speakers were from Bombardier, Tesla Motors and Design City Kolding in addition to Don Norman, a former VP at Apple.

The vision that has united participants has been to explore experiences and insights that are of central importance to anyone focused on innovation. The symposia has lived up to its ambitions, and participants have enjoyed a highly intensive two-days discussions with generous contributions from all communities.

Symposium approach

The Copenhagen Innovation Symposium is a platform for active participation of all participants, approximately 60 people from academia and industry. Each of the two days is organized as one to one and a half hour sessions. Each session has one key-speaker (chair of session) and a panel of four. The sessions are divided relatively equally between the key-speaker, panel and audience / open discussions.

In the spirit of co-creation, this year we have chosen to have the event take place in two ‘sister-cities’ in two countries: The first day, December 13th, is scheduled in Malmö, at the Turning Torso. The second day will take place in Copenhagen. Starting at The Black Diamond / Den Sorte Diamant and rounding up at Copenhagen Business School in an extended final session with +100 participants. Here, for the first time at the final stage of the event, the objective is to extend the audience to a larger number of political and industrial decision makers, researchers and students alike.

Participants will be invited to an event dinner at the end of the first day in Malmö. The dinner is also scheduled in Malmö, at a restaurant close to the event.    

First Theme: The Entrepreneurial Art of Innovation

A general point of departure for the Copenhagen Innovation Symposium are questions belonging to the challenges of re-structuring the old economies' industrial production and organization into a post-industrial economy, where innovation and entrepreneurship (thus creativity) are in focus. The general challenge is connected to the following contextual factors:

- As 2.4 billion citizens of China and India enter the global workforce, how can the developed economies of North America and Europe maintain an innovation edge?  

- What should we do to prepare students and workers of today and tomorrow for a more innovation intensive future?

- Are there tensions between traditional business objectives (e.g., efficiency) and the need to explore and innovate? How should the tensions be managed?

- Should it in fact be managed, or is management simply one frame for thinking and style of practicing that has to share the organisational stage with other - for the innovative company - equally important mindsets/practices such as entrepreneuring?

In this context we argue that art and co-creation become highly relevant and therefore the main theme of CIS 2012. Artistic work and processes are experimental, almost by definition, and therefore entail the potentiality of becoming innovative and entrepreneurial. Postindustrial organizations would therefore have something to learn and gain by studying and integrating artistic thought and processes.   

Additionally, drawing from art in entrepreneurship brings us further to the concept of co-creation, which gathers a number of challenges for organisations and leadership in the presently emerging global, postindustrial competitive landscape. It centers on the recent developments of a much more distributed or collective form of creativity required for innovation projects/processes to develop in ways that meet the demands for speed and flexibility. Open Innovation, Crowd-sourcing, Innovation-Networks, Social Entrepreneurship are all strong tendencies developed to enhance distributed forms of collective innovation/entrepreneurship.

The emergence of these forms needs also to be understood from the perspective of a history of the private-public relationship, in the context of the Scandinavian Welfare State model. This is due to the recognition of this relationship as central characteristics of what it means to live, work, and compete in Scandinavia.

Innovation requires new forms of collaboration between the private and the public spheres: educational institutions, public agencies, civic groups and private companies included. This requires that we learn to master the organisational challenges of co-creation. Entrepreneurship is here emphasised as ‘organisation-creation’, which in turn is a key task in co-creation processes.

Second Theme: How can Business, Art and University Co-create the Future of Entrepreneurship Education?

The above question represents the special emphasis on entrepreneurial education for the afternoon sessions of the second day. As mentioned, we will also have a broader audience for this last part of the Symposium. 

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Emerging Multinationals: Outward Investment from Emerging and Developing Economies

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Rasch Expert Workshop

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Rasch Conference 2010

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Workshop for Koferenceplanlæggere

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Creativity and Innovation in Design

The conference is organized by the DESIRE Network, which is an Initial Training Network funded by the European Commission, Framework 7 under Marie Curie Actions Programme. The network aims to advance the current understanding of creative design processes applied in scientific and technological problem solving. The network involves seven partner institutions from Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands, and Portugal and is coordinated by the Lancaster University, UK. The network brings together researchers from the fields of interaction design, computer science, cognitive modeling, and psychology of creativity as well as artists and design practitioners.

The DESIRE conference is organized as a forerunner to the DIS Conference to be held in Aarhus, Denmark on August 18-20, 2010. For further information, please see www.dis2010.org

 

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Nordic Symposium on CSR

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Constructions Matter

The building process, from start to finish, is an obscure blend of dualities and supplements. For example, the process seems to combine abstract visions and physical realities, a sense of aesthetics and economic constraints, multiple pasts and multiple futures, local conditions and general influences. The building process is often described as complex, uncertain and ambiguous. Therefore it is not surprising that building an understanding of the building process requires a theorization sensitive to multiplicity, volatility and transience. How may this provide grounds for a generalized or shared approach?

The conference intends to provide a celebratory ground for sharing results of research projects that have the building process, or parts thereof, as their empirical focus. The conference is also an occasion for discussing what we may strive to know – and what cannot be illuminated through research studies and analysis.

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Conference on International and intercultural negotiation - dinner registration

For already registeret users.

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Conference on International and intercultural negotiation

Conference on International and Intercultural Negotiation.

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10th Workshop on Corporate Governance and Investment

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EuroIndia

Raise awareness of core EuroIndia activities, specifically the EuroIndia ICT Innovation road mapping findings.

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Research Workshop

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Workshop on Coporate Governance

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Workshop for konferenceplanlæggere

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Higher Education at a Time of Crisis:Challenges and Opportunities

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SCOS

27th Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism. The bridge: connection, separation, organization

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DEFF

Denmark's Electronic Research Library (DEFF) workshop on Conference Management Systems

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13th IRSPM Conference 6-8 April 2009

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EIBA

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