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2014.11.20 | School of Business and Social Sciences

New building blocks for the BSS administration

The design of the future school administration and models for improving the dialogue between the administratio

2014.11.20 | School of Business and Social Sciences

BSS department structure proposal

The Faculty Management Team have finalised a proposal for possible changes in the department structure at BSS.

2014.11.19 | School of Business and Social Sciences

AMBA accreditation for School of Business and Social Sciences

School of Business and Social Sciences has been granted the AMBA accreditation from the internationally recogn

Since Thomas Neumann is currently doing research in Holland and received his award in absentia, here is the nomination announcement instead.

2014.11.18 | School of Business and Social Sciences

Associate Professor Thomas Neumann is lecturer of the year at BSS

At Studenterlauget’s annual award show, Den Gylde Fugl, the students gave the award for lecturer of the year t

2014.10.29 | School of Business and Social Sciences

Establishing the faculty administration

The work to organise the BSS administration is in process. The goal is to create an administration, which, to

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EVENTS AT BSS

Mon 08 Dec
17:00-20:00 | AU Aula at Nordre Ringgade (Building 1412)
An Evening with Putnam
- hear from one of the world´s leading experts on social capital as he talks about the growing inequality of opportunity.
Fri 12 Dec
10:00-11:30 |
The new psychology of leadership: From theory to practice
Professor Alex Haslam - Professor of Psychology and ARC Laureate Fellow gives a talk about the new psychology of leadership, which argues that effective leadership is grounded in leaders’ capacity to embody and promote a social identity that they share with others.
Mon 26 Jan
09:00-17:30 | The Conference center, Mogens Zielerstuen, Frederik Nielsens vej 2-4
Conference on Framework Agreements and Public Procurement Law in the European Perspective
Since the introduction of Framework Agreements (FAs) in 2004 by the Public Sector Directive, they have gained popularity and importance on the public tender market. It is argued that FAs are more efficient than traditional procurement as they save both the purchaser and the supplier the time, resources and costs associated with negotiating terms and conditions every time an individual contract is made. We invite all interested parties to the conference on Framework Agreements and Public Procurement Law on January 26, 2015.
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