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Business and Management

Research and teaching at the Department of Business and Management focuses on business and industry which means that working with companies comes naturally to us. We often, but not exclusively, enter collaborations focusing on industrial and company development.

Potential areas of collaboration

Working with us will give companies and organisations access to the latest research and our many competences within areas such as:

  • Business administration
  • Business economics
  • Organisation, strategy and management
  • Accounting
  • Auditing
  • International business and marketing
  • Industrial development
  • The economics of innovation
  • Socio-economics

Examples of some of the specific subject areas of our research units are:

Company organisation, strategy, innovation, relations and management, including:

  • Innovative activities within specific companies
  • The interaction between companies and their physical and virtual surroundings

Economic, technical and institutional change, including:

  • Economic evolutionary modelling
  • National systems of innovation
  • International trade and competitiveness
  • The interplay between economic and ecological issues

International business economics, including:

  • Globalisation of the economy and the internationalisation of companies
  • International marketing, procurement and supplychain management
  • Cultural analysis, inter-cultural management and international organisational development
  • International entrepreneurship

Management accounting and control, including:

  • Financial, strategic and operational information aimed at company management and decision making

How can we help you?

Among other things, we offer to assist you with the following:

  • Market analyses
  • Marketing strategies
  • Sale
  • Accounting
  • Business, trade, regional or organisational development
  • Other tasks connected to our research activities

Student collaboration is often based on the current and relevant challenges experienced by the companies involved,
whereas research collaboration is usually directly connected to the work of our research units within the subject areas mentioned above.

Industry knowledge

We work with industrial and company development within any line of business.

Find out more at www.business.aau.dk