Activities

  • 20-12-2017Do Startups Pay Less?New article published in ILR Review on how firm age and firm size influence wages.
  • 31-08-2017Skill matching among founders and employees?Elisabeth Bublitz (Hamburg Institute of International Economics), Kristian Nielsen (Aalborg University), Florian Noseleit (University of Groningen) and Bram Timmermans (Norwegian School of Economics). New article in Industrial and Corporate Change.
  • 02-02-2017Entrepreneurship and employment stabilityAre entrepreneurs better matched in self-employment than in wage-work or do they simply persist with their entrepreneurial venture because they are locked-in? This is the question posed in a new publication in Journal of Business Venturing
  • 28-10-20165th DCER Workshop on EntrepreneurshipKristian Nielsen, Aalborg University, welcomes DCER for the 5th DCER Workshop on Entrepreneurship at Aalborg University.
  • 21-09-2016A Market for Lemons in Serial Entrepreneurship?Kristian Nielsen (Aalborg University) and Saras Sarasvathy (Darden School of Business). New article in Academy of Management Discoveries.
  • 21-09-2016My First Employee: An Empirical InvestigationAlex Coad (The European Commission), Kristian Nielsen (Aalborg University) and Bram Timmermans (Norwegian School of Economics). New article in Small Business Economics.
  • 21-09-2016Steve Jobs or No Jobs? Dropout EntrepreneurshipGuido Buenstorf (University of Kassel), Kristian Nielsen (Aalborg University) and Bram Timmermans (Norwegian School of Economics). New article in Small Business Economics.
  • 01-09-2016Anders Frederiksen in Herning Folkeblad on entrepreneurship and growth (in Danish)Iværksætteri skaber vækst. Det er svært at være uenig i den påstand, men det er ikke alt iværksætteri, der skaber vækst.
  • 08-04-2016Dutch press coverage on dropouts and entrepreneurshipThe recent working paper by DCER's Kristian Nielsen and Bram Timmermans have been covered in the Dutch financial journal, Het Financieele Dagblad.
  • 04-04-2016Workshop on Boards and TeamsWe have finalized our project on boards, team and competencies for growth in startups in collaboration with the Danish Industry Foundation (Industriens Fond) and organized a workshop on the topic.
  • 22-03-2016DCER presents report on entrepreneurial boards and teams(In Danish) Du inviteres hermed til offentliggørelse af rapporten ”Ledelseskompetencer for vækst i nye virksomheder”, som er udarbejdet af forskere ved Aarhus BSS, Aarhus Universitet i samarbejde med Industriens Fond. Projektets fokus er kompetencer i opstartsvirksomheder og specielt brugen af bestyrelser.
  • 15-01-2016DCER at the yearly meeting of the Danish Economists AssociationDahl, Reichstein and van Praag presenting the latest research
  • 06-01-2016DCER publication in R&D ManagementNew publication at R&D Management by Toke Reichstein about the contractual specification and the learning potential of technology licensing partnerships.
  • 16-12-2015DCER Publication at Journal of Industrial and Business EconomicsNew publication on the remuneration structure on licensing contracts - upfront payments and the size of the upfront payments
  • 16-12-2015The Effects of Entrepreneurship EducationKristian Nielsen received funding from the Spar Nord Foundation to investigate the effects of entrepreneurship education on the future career trajectories of individuals.
  • 27-10-2015DCER at Novvo Nordisk Case CompetitionNovo Nordisk Case Competition on patients with obesity Held at Novo Nordisk Head Quarters
  • 14-10-2015Biannual meeting taking place at CBSDCER will meet up at CBS this fall for the Biannual Meeting and will be joined by prof. Steffen Andersen
  • 24-09-2015Live Streaming of PresentationsToke Reichstein and Mirjam van Praag is Live Streamed from CBS Entrepreneurship Day
  • 27-07-2015DCER publication out in Industrial and Corporate ChangeMichael S. Dahl publishes an article with Steven Klepper in Industrial and Corporate Change linking the quality of entrepreneurs to the quality of employees.
  • 03-06-2015Publication at Regional StudiesToke Reichstein publishes together with Keld Laursen and Francesca Masciarelli at Regional Studies. The title of the paper is "A Matter of Location: The Role of Regional Social Capital in Overcoming the Liability of Newness in R&D Acquisition Activities"
  • 01-06-2015Book PublishedNew book published at Palgrave Publishing House on Intellectual Property Rights Management and is based on a comprehensive Danish data.
  • 04-03-2015Paper Clinic at Århus UniversityDCER is meeting in Århus for the second paper clinic. A full program is planned with presentation from all three DCER member groups.
  • 18-12-2014Agreement with DEADCER signs an agreement with DEA on a joint collaboration with involves dissemination and research opportunities.
  • 08-12-2014Asma Fattoum writes the Batton
  • 05-09-2014DCER Workshop 2014DCER assemble for the first DCER entrepreneurship workshop
  • 15-07-2014Entrepreneurhsip Platform Director at CBSToke Reichstein takes on the role of Entrepreneurship Platform Director at CBS. Below is the letter send to CBS on the internal announcements indicating the shift in leadership:
  • 07-07-2014Entrepreneurship Baton Entry
  • 25-06-2014Nomination for Best Paper Award at AOMVigilio Failla, Francesca Mellilo and Toke Reichstein (CBS) have been nominated for the best paper award at the prestigious Academy of Management Conference.
  • 20-06-2014Maria Halbinger Defends her PhDMaria Halbinger defended her PhD with great success on June 20th, 2014
  • 19-06-2014Successful Inaugural EventThe DCER was successfully launched on the 19th of June 2014.
  • 19-04-2014DCER InaugurationDanish Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Inauguration, Copenhagen Business School Thursday, 19th of June; 1pm-6pm
  • 16-04-20142.2 Million DKK for ResearchDCER acquires 2.2 million Danish kroner for new research project. Anders Frederiksen, Professor with special responsibilites from Aarhus University, Interdisciplinary Center for Organizational Architecture, successfully acquired the funding for DCs's new project Investigating how the composition and dynamics of boards and CEOs influence survival and growth of new ventures
  • 16-09-2013Mirjam Van Praag joins Copenhagen Business SchoolMirjam Van Praag from the University of Amsterdam has been appointed Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Professor of Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen Business School. The donation from the ‘A. P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal’ at 40 million Danish kroner provides CBS with the opportunity to strengthen its research and education activities within entrepreneurship.