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"The Sapere Aude grant is highly prestigious and it will undoubtedly give my career a push in the right direction,” says Martin Møller Andreasen. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan/The Independent Research Fund Denmark

2017.11.28 | People

Professor of Economics receives Sapere Aude grant

Professor of Economics Martin Møller Andreasen has received a Sapere Aude research project grant of DKK 5.7 million. The grant allows him to head his own research team and conduct research at a high international level.

The AMBA accreditation is awarded to MBA programmes of the highest international standard.

2017.11.13 | Aarhus BSS

Aarhus BSS awarded 5-year AMBA accreditation

For the first time, Aarhus BSS has received the full 5-year AMBA accreditation for the school’s MBA programme. The accreditation reflects the high international standard of the programme and is an important seal of approval, says Dean Thomas Pallesen.

The likelihood that gender and sex based differences are taken into account in medical research increases if the lead or final author is a women, but it also increases with the general share of women on the research team. The strongest correlation can be observed in cases where a woman has a leading role on the research team. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU

2017.11.06 | Research news

Women on the research team ensure more nuanced medical research

Research team from Aarhus BSS and Stanford University demonstrates a relationship between gender diversity in the author group and the attention devoted to gender and sex analysis in medical research. This can be a matter of life and death and have a major financial impact.

While Sweden and the UK allow people to obtain citizenship early in the process as an incentive to promote integration and contribute to the host country, Denmark considers citizenship to be a reward for those who have worked hard to meet the difficult demands. Photo: Colourbox.com

2017.11.02 | Research news

Should Denmark be a closed club?

The requirements for Danish citizenship are so steep that even some Danes fail to meet them. The findings from a new study at Aarhus BSS question whether it is fair to demand more of others than of yourself.

Photo: Bjarne Lütchke/Scanpix

2017.11.03 | Society and politics

Lowering the minimum age of criminal responsibility has no deterrent effects

The reform which lowered the minimum age of criminal responsibility from 15 to 14 years of age during 2010-2012 did not reduce the share of 14-year olds charged with violation of the penal code. These are the findings of a new study from TrygFonden's Centre for Child Research conducted by researchers from Aarhus BSS and VIVE.

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