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  • 06.07.2020

    Datainflation and management

    Roughly estimated there exists two types of drones, which will be used professionally in Denmark (and the world): Logistic drones, who can transport things, and sensor drones, who can collect data. It seems that there is a big difference in, how they will impact decision making

  • 29.06.2020

    Health capital: toward a conceptual framework for understanding the construction of individual health

    Drawing on Bourdieu’s conceptualization of forms of capital, this article discusses the efficacy, the legitimation, and the positioning of health capital, uncovering its potential for understanding contemporary trends in health practices and health discourse.

  • 08.06.2020

    The solutions of the future can hide behind employees' complaining'

    Innovation doesn't only come from expensive research and experiments. Sometimes you'll just have to listen to your employees.

  • 04.06.2020

    Immigration as an economic gain

    Two-thirds of the migration in the word is job related, and meanwhile the debat about immigration often focuses on the negative aspects, research shows, that immigration greatly benefits the host-nation. Among these positive effects, Associate professor Maria Elo points to the fact, that immigration is a boost for innovation, entrepreneurship, export og international view on the economy as a whole.

  • 28.05.2020

    Festival at a distance

    Why do the majority of ticket holders transfer their festival tickets to 2021? Based on the FestiVersities research

  • 28.05.2020

    Free play - with a firm hand

    By; Jacob Lyngsie, Professor WSR

  • 15.05.2020

    IMM Corona research

    There is a lot of Corona virus research going on. IMM will probably not invent the most effective vaccine or treatment – but a broad specter of the department’s research circles around other serious challenges that the new virus has infected society, business and people with. Here is a sample of the new Corona-related insights that we develop:

  • 14.05.2020

    Researcher: The universities becomes sausage factories, which makes us dumber than we have to

    The scientific values has been replaced with market mechanisms. Knowledge has become a product, and the university now functions as any profit driven corporation, says researcher.

  • 04.05.2020

    Behavioral Management and Anthropology

    Management of behavior is today the fulcrum for nearly all the activities for a corporation. The technological development and the automation of many work processes means, that value value is increasingly a result of human characteristics and competencies.

  • 20.04.2020

    Corona prefects and Corona bullies

    COVID-19 has released a "responsibility-dogma". From the the queen and prime minister sounds the message: We have to act sensibly and properly for the sake of our fellow humans. Politicians, researchers, celebrities. neighbors, family, friends - Everyone talks about, how important and righteous it is to be responsible and show citizenship. Only by standing together and following the decrees the goverment issues, can we minimize the terrible effects of the pandimic. We haven't seen this amount of ideological collaboration since the Second World War.

  • 15.04.2020

    Corona & Innovation

    Even thoug it is on a harsh background, the Corona crisis can lead to new concepts and partnerships within the business world - and teach us to put our money on innovation.

  • 26.03.2020

    Coronavirus: what makes some people act selfishly while others are more responsible?

    The advance of COVID-19 has triggered a broad-scale mission of “responsibilisation”. This means that political leaders, health experts and even celebrities, neighbours and loved ones have called upon us all to act responsibly in order to slow the spread of the virus, and to minimise the damaging effects of the pandemic

  • 20.03.2020

    Towards understanding the “How” and “Why”: A call to arms for the study of the socio-cultural dimensions of COVID-19

    The virus COVID-19 has spread globally to over 100 countries with over 100,000 confirmed and likely many more unreported cases, presenting a severe challenge to global health and wealth.

  • 05.03.2020

    It is a management task to get dyslexics included

    Managers needs to take action, so dyslexics feel included in the workspace

  • 05.03.2020

    Modern management requires cultural understanding

    Up to 70 percent of employees with a higher education regularly work in global teams, where they are in contact with foreign cultures. It's impressive. But many of them comes off wrong when their intercultural competence has to stand its test.

  • 05.03.2020

    IMM & Lille

    After many years of informal collaboration – a formal agreement was signed with the Université de Lille. Félicitations à tous!!

  • 02.03.2020

    Rosenbaum and Billinger study the dark side of leadership

    Steven Rosenbaum and Stephan Billinger discussing their latest experimental research project about the role of managers in inducing and sustaining worker cooperation.

  • 21.02.2020

    New report on industrial 3D print

    A newly published report concludes that 25% of the Danish industry uses 3D print to some extend.

  • 17.01.2020

    DRUID 2020

    DRUID 2020 Conference and PhD Course takes place January 13 - January 17 at SDU. The event is hosted by Professor Mette Præst Knudsen.

  • 10.12.2019

    Carlsberg-bevillinger til SAMF-forskere

    Grant to Ass. Professor Marian van Bakel for the project: ”Breaking out of the Expat Bubble: Bridging the gap between internationals and locals”

  • 25.11.2019

    International Business research export to Shanghai

    Shanghai University has been looking for partners in Europe, and for several reasons they chose the IBE group: First of all the group has published papers they find interesting; but it did also build relations to Shanghai University through a former Assistant Professor, Xiaotian Zhang, now Vice Dean of Gobal Affairs at Shanghai University.

  • 28.10.2019

    Two special awards presented

    Associate Professor Rasmus Koss Hartmann is honoured with a teaching award for organising research-based learning programmes

  • 07.10.2019

    Seminar: Cultural Codes and Brandrelated Effects

    Forskningspræsentation v/Monika Hajdas, Wroclaw University, Polen Date: 11.9.2019

  • 18.09.2019

    CCC Inaugural Outstanding Thesis Award Ceremony

    Join the CCC Inaugural Outstanding Thesis Award Ceremony on Monday 23rd September, at 16.15 in U46

  • 09.09.2019

    Invitation to inaugural lecture by Jacob Lyngsie

    Jacob Lyngsie, Strategic Organization Design, Department of Marketing & Management, has recently been appointed Professor WSR. We would therefore like to invite you to celebrate the appointment with an inaugural lecture by Jacob Lyngsie on Capabilities and Governance: Applied economics in Organizational Theory, Human Capital and Entrepreneurship

  • 06.08.2019

    We love festivals!

    SDU researcher is at the forefront of a European research project investigating what it is that festivals can do

  • 25.06.2019

    SmartPLS Pre-Conference Workshop

    Partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) presented 3 by Nicole Richter and Christian M. Ringle at the 2019 Academy of International Business (aib) conference, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

  • 12.06.2019

    Innovation on Wings

    In relation to the "Innovation on Wings" project, Marianne Harbo Frederiksen, Otilia-Ana Vrincianu Mouridsen and Mette Præst Knudsen have authored a publication "Drones for inspection of infrastructure Barriers, opportunities and successful uses”.

  • 12.06.2019

    Migrant Entrepreneurs: accelerating integration and economic development

    How can migrants be supported in starting their own businesses?

  • 12.09.2018

    Invitation to Inaugural Lecture by Domen Bajde

    'The cultural process of branding an industry - fear, controversy and visions of a better future'

  • 31.08.2018

    PhD Defence by Anna Schneider-Kamp

    ”Everyday Practices of Primary Healthcare: A Consumer Perspective on Tactics and Empowerment”

  • 15.06.2018

    PhD Defence by Nikolaj Hannesbo Petersen

    ”Network position and identities emerging in interactions within and around a Danish public funded Cluster: Does it Create innovating and internationalizing SMEs?”

  • 01.06.2018

    Food waste: Which initiatives work?

    Efforts work best when multiple actors join forces to reduce food waste, points out SDU researcher Johanna Gollnhofer, who for one week took it upon herself to go dumpster diving.

  • 04.05.2018

    Free the Drones

    In connection with the "Free the Drones" projects, Marianne Harbo Frederiksen and Mette Præst Knudsen are the authors of the publication "Drones for offshore and maritime missions: Opportunities and barriers"

  • 14.03.2018

    Bissen & Bossen: Kverneland og industriarbejdspladser på Fyn

    Mette Præst Knudsen has participated in the broadcast 'Bissen og Bossen' concerning Kverneland and industrial workplaces in Funen

  • 12.02.2018

    Former SOD member Nils Stieglitz to become new President at Frankfurt School

  • 08.02.2018

    Invitation to Inaugural Lecture by René Chester Goduscheit

    "The third university mission revisited – balancing rigour and relevance"

  • 30.01.2018

    Jeanette Lemmergaard remains Head of Department

    The Head of SDU's Department of Marketing & Management has been employed.

  • 23.01.2018

    Researchers test people’s reactions to drones

    The altitude of the flight is a deciding factor in whether drones are a disturbance and a cause for concern when they fly over people's houses and gardens according to Domen Bajde & Jannek K. Sommer

  • 20.12.2017

    PhD defence by Mustafa Khalil Mahmood

    ”The experiences of temporary agency workers at the Danish client firms: a transcendental phenomenological study”

  • 07.11.2017

    Frederick F. Wherry Talk

    'Consumption studies and economic sociology in the US context: the field, the expectations, and publishing strategies'

  • 02.11.2017

    Honorary doctorate

    Professor S. Tamer Cavusgil, Georgia State University, receives an honorary doctorate from University of Southern Denmark.

  • 12.10.2017

    PhD defence by Aja Smith

    "Training Relations – Horses, leadership and proper sociality in the Danish neoliberal welfare society"

  • 10.10.2017

    Open positions at D-IAS: Assistant Professor

  • 02.10.2017

    PhD defence by Anders Dahl Krabbe

    ”How to Do Things with Categories: Product Meanings, Aesthetics and Technological Change in the Evolution of the Hearing Aid Industry”

  • 22.08.2017

    Inaugural Lecture of Ian Woodward

    How we understand differences. Judgement, valuation and boundaries.

  • 15.06.2017

    People's Meeting

    The Faculty of Social Sciences at SDU is strongly represented at the people's meeting in Bornholm

  • 27.05.2016

    Professor Eric Arnould awarded Honorary Doctorate by the Aalto University School of Business

    At the Ceremonial Conferment on May 20 2016, the Danish professor Eric Arnould of Department of Marketing and Management was conferred honorary doctorate at Aalto University in Töölö Campus, Helsinki, Finland.

  • 06.05.2015

    Konfirmander med fyldte baglommer

    Hør Dannie Kjeldgaards kommentar i TV2/FYN

  • 13.04.2015

    Professor Romain Laufer, HEC Paris

    Hør det spændende foredrag om Uncertainty, Trust and Institution