Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917 and is one of the largest business schools in Europe with more than 20,000 students and 1,500 employees. CBS has a triple accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), which puts CBS in the top one percent of business schools worldwide.
CBS is committed to providing business-related education programmes and continuing education for the public and, in particular, the private sector. Programmes are based on a strong and internationally renowned research base, which CBS works consistently to strengthen. Furthermore, CBS is committed to communicating knowledge and new ideas to tomorrow’s business leaders and society in general. Its main contribution in this field is research and research-based education, and investment in research and high academic standards is therefore crucial to CBS’ contribution to society.
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PeRCent is a reseach centre funded jointly in cooperation between Copenhagen Business School and partners from the pension sector in Denmark. The mission of PeRCent is to create interest and knowledge about pension issues and through research, teaching and dissemination to contribute to the development of the pension system in Denmark.
A key objective of PeRCent is to make high-quality contributions in the pension research area, through publications in books and leading scientific journals in economics and finance. International research collaboration, including visitor and joint research programmes, is an important key to obtain high research standards. PeRCent therefore stimulates these activities by having an active conference, workshop and seminar programme with a strong international orientation. Moreover, through a regular intake of PhD students and postdocs, the centre contributes to educate the next generation of researchers.
The Pensions Institute
The Pensions Institute. The objectives of the Pensions Institute are:
- To undertake high quality research in all fields related to pensions.
- To communicate the results of that research to the academic and practitioner community to establish an international network of pensions researchers from a variety of disciplines to provide expert independent advice to the pensions industry and government. We take a fully multidisciplinary approach. For the first time disciplines such as economics, finance, insurance, and actuarial science through to accounting, corporate governance, law and regulation have been brought together in order to enhance strategic thinking, research and teaching in pensions. As the first and only UK academic research centre focused entirely on pensions, the Pensions Institute unites some of the world's leading experts in these fields in order to offer an integrated approach to the complex problems that arise in this field.
The Pensions Institute undertakes research in a wide range of fields, including:
- Pension microeconomics.
- Pension fund management and performance.
- Pension funding and valuations. .
- Pension law and regulation.
- Pension accounting, taxation and administration.
- Macroeconomics of pensions.
- Public Policy.