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2018.08.06 | Society and politics

Five new H2020 projects to Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy

CFA receives close to DKK 20 million for five new Horizon 2020 projects. Four projects revolve around issues of responsibility and integrity in research. The fifth project is concerned with developing measures of intangible assets at the level of firms.

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2018.05.07 | People

The Aarhus University Research Foundation PhD Award

Jesper Aagaard, the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, is one of the five recipients of this year’s PhD award.

[Translate to English:] From left: Hussam Mansour, Szabolcs Nagy and Søren Pind. Photo: Inge Lynggaard Hansen

2018.05.04 | Awards

Students from Aarhus BSS in Herning win this year’s Innovation Award

Hussam Mansour and Szabolcs Nagy, who study Technology Based Business Development at Aarhus University in Herning, have just won the 2018 Innovation Award for their project ‘Smart recycling’. The award includes a cash prize of DKK 50,000 and a Springboard® session. The award was presented by Minister for Higher Education and Science Søren Pind at…

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2018.05.03 | People

23.9 million for Aarhus BSS researchers

Researchers from Aarhus BSS have just received a total of DKK 23.9 million from the Danish Council for Independent Research, which distributed its research grants this week. Vice-dean for Research and Talent Development Per Baltzer Overgaard is pleased that researchers at Aarhus BSS are still competitive in the field of independent research.

It can be detrimental for long-term growth that many of the old and established democracies are seeing a decreasing number of party members and an increased personification of politics. Photo: Colourbox.com/James Edward Bourne

2018.04.12 | Research news

Strong political parties generate economic growth

Political parties are part of the reason why we have a stable and financially well-functioning society. In fact, strong parties generate economic growth, according to new research from Aarhus BSS. Signs of increased personalization of politics should therefore alarm us.

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