Jesper och Dennis i After Class-podden
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02.12.2022
Jeppe Christoffersen’s (Copenhagen Business School) research shows how firms beat earnings benchmarks, such as avoiding earnings decreases and losses.
Disputation doktorsavhandling
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01.12.2022
Currently, several regulators including the EU are adopting new corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure laws. These laws aim to encourage companies to develop a responsible approach to business. Consequently, various effects on the company and its external stakeholders are likely to arise, some of which may be unintended.
Disputation doktorsavhandling
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30.11.2022
Due to the rising availability of online data, firms and consumers can make more informed decisions than ever before. In particular, firms can leverage marketing analytics to learn about consumer behaviours and preferences by analysing data taken from various online sources (e.g., social media and e-commerce websites). Meanwhile, consumers can rely on online information shared by different stakeholders (e.g., fellow consumers and firms).
Bild av en dator och en människa som gör anteckningar med penna och papper
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29.11.2022
Hanken School of Economics has been granted EUR 171 250 through EU funding to investigate how scientific books could become more openly accessible on the internet.
“Free access often results in a huge increase of readers and even citations”, says associate professor Mikael Laakso.