The PhD programme in Social Sciences and Business ensures that Aarhus BSS is able to train PhD students whose areas of research span several of or lie between the six other fields and where supervision competencies are available at Aarhus BSS.
The PhD programme enrolls PhD students that have (interdisciplinary) research projects related to for example specific (interdisciplinary) research centres or PhD students with particular research profiles that cut across the six other fields at Aarhus BSS.
PhD students will be connected to one of the 6 academic departments at Aarhus BSS. It is important that a PhD project either fits into one of the below existing research environments, or can be based within a department despite the project’s span of several fields.
National Centre for Register-based Research aims at contributing to the integration of register-based research between health sciences and social sciences, and strengthening the use of register data in social sciences. The Centre’s research mainly focuses on epidemiological studies of schizophrenia, mania, depression, and suicide. Research is based upon Danish registers and increasingly upon genetic and other biological data.
Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy has an interdisciplinary profile, which combines both various research disciplines in the social sciences and humanities and a wide variety of research methods. The Centre’s research focuses on research policy, innovation policy and university policy, and contributes to both the theoretical and empirical developments within the field.
Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research offers an interdisciplinary field of research within drug and alcohol studies, covering anthropology, criminology, economics, media science, psychology, social epidemiology, and sociology. The Centre’s research focuses on treatment, prevention, policy and consumption of both legal and illegal substances.
TrygFondens Centre for Child Research is an interdisciplinary research centre that focuses on impact evaluations of social, educational and crime prevention programmes targeting Danish children and youth. The centre uses experimental and quasi-experimental research designs to measure causal effects to determines what works. We also have expert knowledge in analysing program cost effectiveness and cost benefit.
Centre for Teaching and Learning (CUL) is an educational research and development unit and delivers research into teaching and learning in Higher Education. The research is based on a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods. The centre's research is a prerequisite for the centre being able to offer courses and consultancy services at a high level of quality and credibility and is conducted for the purpose of enhancing the decision-making of teachers and managers and universities in general and at School of Business and Social Sciences in particular.
PhD students can according to the appointment be based either at Campus Aarhus, Campus Emdrup or Campus Herning.
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