Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School

 

 

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917 by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education (now known as FUHU), which is a private educational institution. In 1965 the business school became integrated as an institution of higher education in the Danish Education system and today is regulated by the Danish Universities Act 2003. CBS has around 15,000 students and an annual intake of about 1,000 exchange students. With this number of students and around 400 full-time researchers and 500 administrative employees, CBS is one of the third largest business schools in Northern Europe.

In 1995, CBS established the Asia Research Centre (ARC). In 2003 ARC moved to its present location in the Porcelain Garden in Frederiksberg and it currently comprises 18 scholars. The research areas of the centre are international corporate management and strategy in Asia and current economic, political and cultural developments in the region. Research projects focusing on China figure prominently in the research portfolio of Asia Research Centre. The centre also contributes research and teaching resources to the new Asia Studies Programme, which combines intensive language training in Chinese or Japanese with sociology, economics and business studies, and to other Asia related courses and programmes at CBS. The publication program of ARC includes a peer-reviewed international journal The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, a working paper series entitled The Copenhagen Discussion Papers and internal Background Briefs for decision-makers in business and government in Denmark as well as in the EU. ARC also holds guest lectures, seminars, workshops and international conferences. Together with Cambridge University the Asia Research Centre has created the China Executive Leadership Programme, the core of which is a strategic dialogue with CEOs from leading Chinese companies.

 

哥本哈根商学院(CBS)由丹麦私人教育机构丹麦商学教育促进会(现称FUHU)于1917年建立。1965年哥本哈根商学院成为丹麦高教系统的一部分,如今学院受2003年颁布的丹麦大学法案管理。哥本哈根商学院(CBS) 现有约18,000名学生,每年约招收约1,500名国际交换生。加上550位全职科研人员及600余位行政人员,CBS目前是北欧三大顶级商学院之一。

CBS在1995年建立了亚洲研究中心(ARC),并于2003年迁移至目前所在的办公地点,腓特烈斯贝的porcelænshavn,目前该中心有18位学者在此进行研究工作。该中心目前的研究范围主要为亚洲的国际企业管理及战略,亚洲经济,政治及各地区的文化发展。针对中国的课题研究在该中心的研究内容中占有重要地位。亚洲研究中心同时也向亚洲研究方向的本科专业级其他与亚洲有关的专业提供包含强化中文/日文语言训练,社会学,经济学,商务研习的课程组合。亚洲研究中心的出版物包括同行评审国际期刊《哥本哈根亚洲研究杂志》以及包含多篇学术文章的《哥本哈根讨论稿》,同时还有内部使用的背景简报等,这些都为丹麦甚至全欧洲的商务人士及政府工作人员提供了各种相关资料。亚洲研究中心同时定期开展客座讲座,研讨会,专题讨论会以及国际会议。亚洲研究中心与英国剑桥大学合作开展了中国高级领导项目,注重于开展与来自中国领先企业CEO的战略对话。

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