List of Thesis Supervisors. for MSc students of Economics and Business Administration at the Department of Economics and Business Economics

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List of Thesis Supervisors

for MSc students of Economics and Business Administration at the Department of Economics and Business Economics

October 2016

On the following pages you will find a list of the faculty members at the Department of Economics and Business Economics, who may be relevant thesis supervisors for MSc students of Economics and Business Administration. The list is divided according to your degree programme: Auditing .....................................................................................................................................................................2 Business Intelligence ................................................................................................................................................3 Finance .....................................................................................................................................................................5 Finance and International Business ...................................................................................................................... 11 International Economic Consulting ........................................................................................................................ 21 Logistics and Supply Chain Management ............................................................................................................. 24

To start the preparation of the thesis, you must decide on a topic and also formulate a tentative synopsis and then you should contact an academic supervisor who teaches or does research within this topic. Before 1 December you must register the name of your academic supervisor and the (tentative) thesis title by completing the thesis registration web form on the study portal. In the web form, you are asked to fill in your (tentative) thesis title, a short problem statement, the name of your academic supervisor as well as student ID, email address etc. The academic supervisor will then approve the thesis title and problem statement. The supervisor is also in charge of the oral thesis defense. In “Department of Economics and Business Economics’ Student Guidelines for MSc in Economics and Business Administration”, you can find a large section with rules, requirements and advice related to the writing of your thesis. Please also check you Study Guide and your online study portal for relevant rules and information. Contact persons: MSc in Business Economics and Auditing (cand.merc.aud.) Programme Coordinator: Study Support: Frank Thinggaard ([email protected]) Annia Hoffmeyer ([email protected]) MSc in Business Intelligence Programme Coordinator: Hans Jørn Juhl ([email protected])

Study Support: Annia Hoffmeyer ([email protected])

MSc in Finance Programme Coordinator: Anders Grosen ([email protected])

Study Support: Berit Hansen ([email protected])

MSc in Finance and International Business Programme Coordinator: Study Support: Anders Grosen ([email protected]) Berit Hansen ([email protected]) MSc in International Economic Consulting Programme Coordinator: Christian Bjørnskov ([email protected])

Study Support: Ann-Marie Gabel ([email protected])

MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programme Coordinator: Study Support: Jens Lysgaard ([email protected]) Annia Hoffmeyer ([email protected]) 1

Auditing – thesis supervisors MSc Auditing students (cand.merc.aud.), who want to write their thesis in accounting or auditing, should both fill in the web form on the study portal and also email a tentative synopsis of 2-4 pages to: 

Programme coordinator Frank Thinggaard, [email protected]

On the basis of this synopsis, Frank Thinggaard will then allocate a thesis supervisor to these students.

MSc Auditing students (cand.merc.aud.), who want to write their thesis in taxes or law, should fill in a short problem statement in the web form and choose the relevant thesis coordinator from the drop down menu according to this (in Danish):   

Skatteret: specialekoordinator Carsten Willemoes Jørgensen Erhvervsreguleringsret, herunder Selskabsret: specialekoordinator Natalie Munkholm Formueret, herunder Insolvensret/Konkursret: specialekoordinator Anne Dorte Bruun Nielsen

If you have other questions regarding taxes/law subjects, please contact: 

Programme coordinator Anders Nørgaard Laursen, [email protected]

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Business Intelligence – thesis supervisors Supervisor

Subject areas / thesis topics

Ana Alina Tudoran

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Data mining in electronic commerce

[email protected]

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Bayesian modelling

-

Churn analysis

-

Marketing research methods

Bjarne Taulo Sørensen

-

Quantitative marketing research

[email protected]

-

Customer analytics

-

Churn analysis

-

Predictive analytics

-

Applied statistics

-

Data mining

-

Customer and employment satisfaction

Hans Jørn Juhl

-

Quantitative Marketing Research

[email protected]

-

Customer analytics /churn analysis

-

Predictive analytics

-

Performance management

-

Customer and employee satisfaction

Mads Brink Hansen

-

Business Intelligence

[email protected]

-

Data Warehouse

-

Big Data

-

Performance Management

-

Machine Learning

-

Design Thinking & Data-driven Innovation

-

Data Visualization

Martin Petri Bagger

-

Consumer Behaviour

[email protected]

-

Data Mining

-

Decision Making

-

Experimental Methodology

-

Quantitative Marketing Research

Mogens Dilling-Hansen

-

Quantitative marketing research

[email protected]

-

Consumer behaviour / customer analytics

-

Analysis of firm performance, R&D/innovation, industry studies

-

Firm-based analysis: Ad-hoc analysis

3

Morten Berg Jensen

-

Econometric models in marketing research

[email protected]

-

Customer and employee satisfaction

-

Absence behavior

4

Finance – thesis supervisors Supervisor

Subject areas / thesis topics

Anders Grosen

-

Bank regulation

[email protected]

-

Basel III

-

Bank management

-

Retirement risk management

-

Personal finance

Carsten Tanggaard

-

Asset management

[email protected]

-

Personal finance

-

Exchanges

-

Pension and retirement saving

Christian Andersen

-

Corporate finance

[email protected]

-

Corporate valuation

-

Regulation of banks

-

Liquidity risk

-

Counterparty risk management

-

Value-at-Risk

Christian Rix-Nielsen

-

Corporate finance

[email protected]

-

Equity valuation

-

Asset pricing

-

Financial statement analysis

-

Real options

-

Investment strategy and choice

-

Competition effect on signaling

-

Screening of investment opportunities

-

Efficient markets

-

Deregulations

-

Asymmetric information (moral hazard, adverse selection etc.) in accounting and finance

-

Control-responsibility noise

-

Principal-agent models in accounting and finance

-

Performance pay

-

Incentive design

Christian Schmaltz

-

Bank regulation

[email protected]

-

Basel III 5

-

Profitability-driven bank management

-

Impact studies of banking regulation

-

Banks’ liquidity management

Elisa Nicolato

-

Advanced models for derivatives pricing

[email protected]

-

Fixed-income securities: pricing and analysis

-

Structured products: pricing and analysis

-

Credit derivatives

Eric Hillebrand

-

Are stock returns predictable?

[email protected]

-

Forecasting realized volatility

-

Forecasting yield curve data with dynamic factor models

Frank Pedersen

-

Investment in real estate

[email protected]

-

Financing of real estate

-

Financial risk management in a non-financial company

-

Debt structure and debt policy in a non-financial company

-

Valuation and real options

-

Valuation of start-up companies

Gustavo Fruet Dias

-

Financial econometrics / time series

[email protected]

-

Volatility modelling

-

Forecasting

-

Empirical finance

Jan Bartholdy

-

Mergers and acquisitions

[email protected]

-

Initial public offerings

-

Earnings announcements and earnings offerings

-

Capital structure

-

Efficiency of financial markets

Johannes Raaballe

-

Corporate finance and governance

[email protected]

-

Payouts to shareholders – dividends and share repurchases

-

Capital markets with asymmetric information

-

Finance and investment

-

Microeconomic theory and taxation

-

Banking

Jonas Nygaard Eriksen

-

Empirical asset pricing

[email protected]

-

Asset return predictability

-

Currency strategies and forecasting

-

Economic forecasting 6

-

Performance evaluation

Juan Carlos Parra-Alvarez

- Macro-finance

[email protected]

- Monetary economics - Asset pricing - Computational methods in macroeconomics - Macroeconomics and housing markets

Kasper Okkels

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- M&A and corporate finance - Active ownership and private equity - Financial engineering

Kim Christensen

-

Asset allocation / Portfolio optimization

[email protected]

-

Derivatives pricing / Financial engineering

-

Investment theory

-

Risk management

-

Volatility (e.g. measuring, modelling, forecasting)

Marie Herly

General:

[email protected]

-

Corporate finance (M&As, IPOs, capital structure, valuation)

-

Capital markets (financial accounting)

-

Banks and financial institutions (regulation, systemic risk)

Specific: -

Crowdfunding vs. established capital sources

-

Abnormal returns surrounding restatements

Martin Nissen

- Quantitative trading strategies

[email protected]

- Hedging strategies - Securities trading - Derivatives - Quantitative finance - Energy trading

Michael Christensen

-

Investment strategy and planning

[email protected]

-

Stocks and bonds

-

Investment funds and hedge funds

-

Monetary theory and policy

Morten Balling

-

Corporate governance issues in financial institutions

[email protected]

-

Implications of listing resp. delisting on stock exchanges 7

-

International financial markets, exchange rate policy and management of exchange rate risk

Niels Strange Grønborg

-

Mutual fund performance

[email protected]

-

Commodity markets

Otto Friedrichsen

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- Asset allocation / portfolio optimization

hotmail.com

- Risk assessment - Hedge funds / exchange traded funds

Palle Nierhoff

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- Corporate finance - Mergers and acquisitions - Equity funds

Peter Løchte Jørgensen

- Capital requirements and the capitalization of financial institutions

[email protected]

- Asset management and the asset management industry, e.g. passive vs active investment strategies

(on leave in the autumn semester 2016)

- Risk measures and performance measurement

René Rømer

- Interest and exchange rates

[email protected]

- Incentive structures - The role of financial markets

Stefan Hirth

General:

[email protected]

-

(on leave in the autumn semester 2016)

Corporate finance (especially joint analysis of corporate investment and financing decisions)

-

Capital structure

-

Credit risk (mainly structural models)

-

Strategic interaction within and between firms

-

Corporate risk management

-

Real options

-

Portfolio theory

-

Credit rating agencies

-

Mergers and acquisitions

Specific: -

Use of barter by corporations: a questionnaire study

-

The effect of asset tangibility on investment

-

Sovereign debt and credit ratings

-

Firm value in distress and liquidation

8

Stig Vinther Møller

-

Consumption based asset pricing

[email protected]

-

Estimating and evaluating asset pricing models

-

Strategic asset allocation

-

Return predictability

-

Real estate economics

Thomas Kokholm

-

Credit risk

[email protected]

-

Derivatives pricing

-

Fixed income securities

-

Volatility modelling and volatility derivatives

Thomas Quistgaard Pedersen

-

Empirical asset pricing

[email protected]

-

Dynamic asset allocation

-

Return predictability

-

Speculative bubbles

-

Performance evaluation

Tom Aabo

Topic 1: Behavioural corporate finance

[email protected]

Elaboration: An analysis on how behavioural aspects (especially related to managerial behaviour) affect decision making in non-financial firms. The analysis contains an identification and measurement of relevant behavioural biases and an investigation into the effects that these biases have on corporate decisions. The analysis covers a large group of firms using primary data (e.g. survey results) and/or secondary data (e.g. press coverage, managers’ financial positions). Topic 2: Exchange rate exposure management Elaboration: An analysis of the exchange rate exposures and the management of these exposures in a non-financial case company of your choice. The analysis of exchange rate exposures contains an identification and measurement of exchange rate exposures taking into consideration direct as well as indirect (competitive) effects. The analysis of management of exchange rate exposures contains an assessment of current management practice in your case company as well as a suggestion for an optimal management of the exposures taking into consideration the aim and time horizon of the company. Topic 3: Risk management Elaboration: A broad topic with a focus on an analysis of risk management in non-financial companies. The analysis may be set up as a case study of one particular company of your choice, a cross-case study of a few companies of your choice, or as a study of a large group of companies using (primarily) secondary data. The topic must be narrowed down focusing on a particular aspect of risk 9

management or may be taken more broadly as an investigation into enterprise risk management. Tom Engsted

-

Return predictability over short and long horizons

[email protected]

-

Dynamic portfolio theory and asset allocation

-

Performance evaluation of mutual funds

-

Financial markets and the macroeconomy

-

Equity premia and consumption-based asset pricing

-

Cross-sectional asset pricing and risk factors in equity markets

-

Speculative bubbles

Torben Smith Petersen

- Pricing strategy

[email protected]

- Customer insight and analytical CRM - Portfolio theory - Risk management - Finance and performance management - Risk modelling and quantitative analysis

10

Finance and International Business – thesis supervisors Supervisors within Finance Supervisor

Subject areas / thesis topics

Anders Grosen

-

Bank regulation

[email protected]

-

Basel III

-

Bank management

-

Retirement risk management

-

Personal finance

Carsten Tanggaard

-

Asset management

[email protected]

-

Personal finance

-

Exchanges

-

Pension and retirement saving

Christian Andersen

-

Corporate finance

[email protected]

-

Corporate valuation

-

Regulation of banks

-

Liquidity risk

-

Counterparty risk management

-

Value-at-Risk

Christian Rix-Nielsen

-

Corporate finance

[email protected]

-

Equity valuation

-

Asset pricing

-

Financial statement analysis

-

Real options

-

Investment strategy and choice

-

Competition effect on signaling

-

Screening of investment opportunities

-

Efficient markets

-

Deregulations

-

Asymmetric information (moral hazard, adverse selection etc.) in accounting and finance

-

Control-responsibility noise

-

Principal-agent models in accounting and finance

-

Performance pay

-

Incentive design

-

Bank regulation

Christian Schmaltz

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[email protected]

-

Basel III

-

Profitability-driven bank management

-

Impact studies of banking regulation

-

Banks’ liquidity management

Elisa Nicolato

-

Advanced models for derivatives pricing

[email protected]

-

Fixed-income securities: pricing and analysis

-

Structured products: pricing and analysis

-

Credit derivatives

Eric Hillebrand

-

Are stock returns predictable?

[email protected]

-

Forecasting realized volatility

-

Forecasting yield curve data with dynamic factor models

Frank Pedersen

-

Investment in real estate

[email protected]

-

Financing of real estate

-

Financial risk management in a non-financial company

-

Debt structure and debt policy in a non-financial company

-

Valuation and real options

-

Valuation of start-up companies

Gustavo Fruet Dias

-

Financial econometrics / time series

[email protected]

-

Volatility modelling

-

Forecasting

-

Empirical finance

Jan Bartholdy

-

Mergers and acquisitions

[email protected]

-

Initial public offerings

-

Earnings announcements and earnings offerings

-

Capital structure

-

Efficiency of financial markets

Johannes Raaballe

-

Corporate finance and governance

[email protected]

-

Payouts to shareholders – dividends and share repurchases

-

Capital markets with asymmetric information

-

Finance and investment

-

Microeconomic theory and taxation

-

Banking

Jonas Nygaard Eriksen

-

Empirical asset pricing

[email protected]

-

Asset return predictability

-

Currency strategies and forecasting 12

-

Economic forecasting

-

Performance evaluation

Juan Carlos Parra-Alvarez

- Macro-finance

jparr[email protected]

- Monetary economics - Asset pricing - Computational methods in macroeconomics - Macroeconomics and housing markets

Kasper Okkels

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- M&A and corporate finance - Active ownership and private equity - Financial engineering

Kim Christensen

-

Asset allocation / Portfolio optimisation

[email protected]

-

Derivatives pricing / Financial engineering

-

Investment theory

-

Risk management

-

Volatility (e.g. measuring, modelling, forecasting)

Marie Herly

General:

[email protected]

-

Corporate finance (M&As, IPOs, capital structure, valuation)

-

Capital markets (financial accounting)

-

Banks and financial institutions (regulation, systemic risk)

Specific: -

Crowdfunding vs. established capital sources

-

Abnormal returns surrounding restatements

Martin Nissen

- Quantitative trading strategies

[email protected]

- Hedging strategies - Securities trading - Derivatives - Quantitative finance - Energy trading

Michael Christensen

-

Investment strategy and planning

[email protected]

-

Stocks and bonds

-

Investment funds and hedge funds

-

Monetary theory and policy

Morten Balling

-

Corporate governance Issues in financial institutions

[email protected]

-

Implications of listing resp. delisting on stock exchanges 13

-

International financial markets, exchange rate policy and management of exchange rate risk

Niels Strange Grønborg

-

Mutual fund performance

[email protected]

-

Commodity markets

Otto Friedrichsen

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- Asset allocation / portfolio optimization

hotmail.com

- Risk assessment - Hedge funds / exchange traded funds

Palle Nierhoff

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- Corporate finance - Mergers and acquisitions - Equity funds

Peter Løchte Jørgensen

- Capital requirements and the capitalization of financial institutions

[email protected]

- Asset management and the asset management industry, e.g. passive vs active investment strategies

(on leave in the autumn semester 2016)

- Risk measures and performance measurement

René Rømer

- Interest and exchange rates

[email protected]

- Incentive structures - The role of financial markets

Stefan Hirth

General:

[email protected]

-

(on leave in the autumn semester 2016)

Corporate finance (especially joint analysis of corporate investment and financing decisions)

-

Capital structure

-

Credit risk (mainly structural models)

-

Strategic interaction within and between firms

-

Corporate risk management

-

Real options

-

Portfolio theory

-

Credit rating agencies

-

Mergers and acquisitions

Specific: -

Use of barter by corporations: a questionnaire study

-

The effect of asset tangibility on investment

-

Sovereign debt and credit ratings

-

Firm value in distress and liquidation

14

Stig Vinther Møller

-

Consumption based asset pricing

[email protected]

-

Estimating and evaluating asset pricing models

-

Strategic asset allocation

-

Return predictability

-

Real estate economics

Thomas Kokholm

-

Credit risk

[email protected]

-

Derivatives pricing

-

Fixed income securities

-

Volatility modelling and volatility derivatives

Thomas Quistgaard Pedersen

-

Empirical asset pricing

[email protected]

-

Dynamic asset allocation

-

Return predictability

-

Speculative bubbles

-

Performance evaluation

Tom Aabo

Topic 1: Behavioural corporate finance

[email protected]

Elaboration: An analysis on how behavioural aspects (especially related to managerial behaviour) affect decision making in non-financial firms. The analysis contains an identification and measurement of relevant behavioural biases and an investigation into the effects that these biases have on corporate decisions. The analysis covers a large group of firms using primary data (e.g. survey results) and/or secondary data (e.g. press coverage, managers’ financial positions). Topic 2: Exchange rate exposure management Elaboration: An analysis of the exchange rate exposures and the management of these exposures in a non-financial case company of your choice. The analysis of exchange rate exposures contains an identification and measurement of exchange rate exposures taking into consideration direct as well as indirect (competitive) effects. The analysis of management of exchange rate exposures contains an assessment of current management practice in your case company as well as a suggestion for an optimal management of the exposures taking into consideration the aim and time horizon of the company. Topic 3: Risk management Elaboration: A broad topic with a focus on an analysis of risk management in non-financial companies. The analysis may be set up as a case study of one particular company of your choice, a cross-case study of a few companies of your choice, or as a study of a large group of companies using (primarily) secondary 15

data. The topic must be narrowed down focusing on a particular aspect of risk management or may be taken more broadly as an investigation into enterprise risk management. Tom Engsted

-

Return predictability over short and long horizons

[email protected]

-

Dynamic portfolio theory and asset allocation

-

Performance evaluation of mutual funds

-

Financial markets and the macroeconomy

-

Equity premia and consumption-based asset pricing

-

Cross-sectional asset pricing and risk factors in equity markets

-

Speculative bubbles

Torben Smith Petersen

- Pricing strategy

[email protected]

- Customer insight and analytical CRM - Portfolio theory - Risk management - Finance and performance management - Risk modelling and quantitative analysis

Supervisors within International Business, Industrial Organizations etc. Supervisor

Subject areas / thesis topics

Allan Sørensen

-

International trade

[email protected]

-

International economics

Anders Laugesen

-

International trade

[email protected]

-

Heterogeneous companies

-

Companies’ use of outsourcing

-

Companies’ use of “offshoring”

-

Companies in a globalized world

Anna Piil Damm

-

Economics of migration

[email protected]

-

Population economics

-

Labour economics

-

Applied microeconometrics

Erik Strøjer Madsen

-

Industrial economics

[email protected]

-

Development economics

-

International economics

-

Corporate performance

-

Labour Economics 16

Frédèric Warzynski

-

Industrial economics

[email protected]

-

Economics of strategy (in particular how to align organizational structure with strategy)

-

Personnel economics (analysis of careers and wages within firms)

-

Estimation of productivity growth, markups and the effect of competition on efficiency (e.g. the dynamics of competition in the new EU member states)

-

Outsourcing and efficiency

Ina Jäkel

-

Globalisation and international trade

[email protected]

-

International migration

-

European integration

-

Firm performance: productivity, product quality, etc.

-

Political economy: voter preferences

-

Globalization and cultural goods/tastes

Jan Bentzen

-

Cost benefit analysis

[email protected]

-

Energy economics

Jesper Wulff

-

Strategy

[email protected]

-

International management

-

Applied statistics

-

Discrete choices

-

Foreign market entry and establishment

-

Subsidiary survival

Jos Jansen

-

Industrial economics and strategic interaction of firms

[email protected]

-

Competition policy and anticompetitive strategies

-

Innovation and protection of intellectual property

-

Regulation and deregulation of industries

-

Information and markets

Kristina Risom Jespersen

-

Innovation and international competitiveness

[email protected]

-

Human capital and company performance

-

Strategy

-

Business development

Niels Peter Mols

-

Foreign entry mode, outsourcing, make-or-buy analysis

[email protected]

-

Transaction cost theory

-

Resource-based view of the firm

-

Marketing channels and buyer-seller relationships

-

International business strategy

Not available for supervision in Spring 2017

Pernilla Rørsø

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[email protected]

-

International management

-

Globalisation

-

Cross-cultural management

-

Intercultural management

-

Organisational culture

-

Global virtual management (GVM)

-

Global virtual teams (GVT)

Philipp Schröder

-

International economics

[email protected]

-

Globalisation

-

Global firms and internationalisation

-

European Monetary Issues

-

Foreign Direct Investments

-

Country Studies

-

Sector Studies

-

Labour market

-

Education

Tor Eriksson

-

Empirical analysis of differences in corporate performance

[email protected]

-

Management practices (in particular HRM) and how these affect firms’ performance

-

Empirical studies of labour market consequences of changes in firms (ownership, internal organisation, competitive environment etc.)

-

East Asian economies

Valdemar Smith

-

Strategic analysis of specific companies

[email protected]

-

Industrial economics: cartelization

-

Economic/strategic analysis of specific cartel cases

-

Industrial economics: mergers and acquisitions

-

Analysis of specific mergers and acquisitions

-

Studies of industrial sectors, competition and growth

-

The real estate market

Valerie Smeets

-

Trade and organizations

[email protected]

-

Firm growth and productivity

-

Trade and productivity

-

HR practices and incentives in firms

-

Mergers and HR practices

-

Careers in organizations

Sofie Theilade Nyland Brodersen [email protected]

Supervisors within Management and Financial Accounting 18

Supervisor

Subject areas / thesis topics

Christian Rix-Nielsen

-

Corporate finance

[email protected]

-

Equity valuation

-

Asset pricing

-

Financial statement analysis

-

Real options

-

Investment strategy and choice

-

Competition effect on signaling

-

Screening of investment opportunities Efficient markets

-

Deregulations

-

Asymmetric information (moral hazard, adverse selection etc.) in accounting and finance

-

Control-responsibility noise

-

Principal-agent models in accounting and finance

-

Performance pay

-

Incentive design

Jane Thorhauge Møllmann

-

Financial Accounting – IFRS and the Danish Financial Statements Act

[email protected]

-

Stock exchanges

-

Company law

Lars Grubbe Dietrichson

-

Activity based costing

[email protected]

-

Benchmarking

-

Balanced scorecard

-

Management accounting

-

New Public Management

-

Performance measurement

Margit Malmmose

-

Management accounting

[email protected]

-

Budgeting

-

Performance measures

-

Production economy

-

New Public Management

Marie Herly

General:

[email protected]

-

Corporate finance (M&As, IPOs, capital structure, valuation)

-

Capital markets (financial accounting)

-

Banks and financial institutions (regulation, systemic risk)

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Specific: -

Crowdfunding vs. established capital sources

-

Abnormal returns surrounding restatements

Niels Jørgen Relsted

- Activity based costing

[email protected]

- Balanced scorecard - Management accounting - Cost systems - ERP - Psychological workplace assessment

Palle Nierhoff

- Corporate valuation

[email protected]

- Corporate finance - Mergers and acquisitions - Equity funds

Steen Nielsen

-

Design and simulation of Advanced Management Accounting Models (e.g. balanced scorecard, Activity-based costing, Lean accounting etc.)

-

Modern budgeting, forecast and prediction models

-

Model design and stochastic simulation of financial modelling areas by the use of the @Risk software for decision making

-

New Public Management topics

-

Business analytics (i.e. from data-> the use of statistics-> model building > optimization-> decision) within management accounting

[email protected]

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International Economic Consulting – Thesis supervisors Supervisor

Subject areas / thesis topics

Alexander Paul

-

Health economics

[email protected]

-

Education economics (Human development)

-

Political economy

-

Applied microeconometrics

Allan Sørensen

-

International trade

[email protected]

-

International economics

Anna Piil Damm

-

Economics of Migration

[email protected]

-

Population Economics

-

Labour Economics

-

Applied Microeconometrics

-

Real Estate Economics

Astrid Würtz Rasmussen

-

Family economics and family friendly policies

[email protected]

-

Population economics

-

Labour economics and evaluation of labour market policies

-

Education

Christian Bjørnskov

-

Economic Growth

[email protected]

-

Political Economy

-

Foreign Aid

-

Social Capital

Erik Strøjer Madsen

-

Industrial economics

[email protected]

-

Development economics

-

International economics

-

Corporate performance

-

Labour economics

Frederic Warzynski

-

Industrial economics

[email protected]

- Economics of strategy (in particular how to align organizational structure with strategy)

Jan Bentzen

-

Personnel economics (analysis of careers and wages within firms)

-

Estimation of productivity growth, markups and the effect of competition on efficiency (eg. the dynamics of competition in new EU member states)

-

Outsourcing and efficiency

-

Cost Benefit Analysis 21

[email protected]

-

Energy Economics

Jos Jansen

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Industrial economics and strategic interaction of firms

[email protected]

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Competition policy and anticompetitive strategies

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Innovation and protection of intellectual property

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Regulation and deregulation of industries

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Information and markets

Juan Carlos

- Macro-finance

Parra-Alvarez

- Monetary economics

[email protected]

- Asset pricing - Computational methods in macroeconomics - Macroeconomics and housing markets

Lars Skipper

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Labor market policy evaluation

[email protected]

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Applied microeconometrics

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Firm-based training and productivity

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Health economics

Marcel Smolka

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Theory and empirics of international trade

[email protected]

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Multinational firms, FDI, and global sourcing

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Global financial crisis of 2008/09

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Theory and empirics of international migration

Michael Rosholm

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Estimation of treatment effects, design of evaluation studies

[email protected]

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Labour market policy issues

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Integration policy issues

Mogens Dilling-Hansen

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Case studies

[email protected]

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Branche analyser / industry studies

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Analyse af konkret virksomhed / firm performance

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Strategiske analyser / strategic analysis

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Industriøkonomiske emner / industrial organization

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Innovation / Research & Development

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Markedsanalyser / market research

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Kundetilfredshedsanalyser / customer satisfaction

-

Kvantitative analyser generelt / quantitative analysis in general

Nabanita Datta Gupta

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Heath economics

[email protected]

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Family economics

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Economics of ageing

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Development economics 22

Peter Jensen

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Economics of education

[email protected]

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Labour market policy issues

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Population economics

Philipp Schröder

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Export, FDI, internationalization of firms

[email protected]

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Industrial Organisation / Industrial Economics

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Sectoral issues, impact of regulation on businesses

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Globalisation, trade, international markets, WTO and EU issues

-

Economic policy (Euro, fiscal, debt, reforms)

-

Applied Microeconometrics

-

Economics of Education

-

Empirical Human Ressource Management

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Labor Economics and Sickness Absence

Tor Eriksson

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Empirical analysis of differences in corporate performance

[email protected]

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Management practices (in particular HRM) and how these affect firms' performance.

-

Empirical studies of labour market consequences of changes in firms (ownership, internal organisation, competitive environment, etc).

Valdemar Smith

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Corporate Performance

[email protected]

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Industrial organization

-

Economics of strategy

Valerie Smeets

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Trade and organizations

[email protected]

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Firm growth and productivity

-

Trade and productivity

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HR practices and incentives in firms

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Mergers and HR practices

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Careers in organizations

Tine Louise Mundbjerg Eriksen [email protected]

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management – thesis supervisors Supervisor Anders Thorstenson

Subject areas / thesis topics Operations and Supply Chain Management, in particular: -

Inventory management

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Production planning and control

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Performance management

Christian Larsen

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Inventory control

[email protected]

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Production planning and control

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Simulation

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Markov decision models

Hartanto Wijaya Wong

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Supply chain management

[email protected]

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Operations management

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Inventory management

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Operations-marketing coordination

Hongyan Jenny Li

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Supply chain management

[email protected]

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Inventory management

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Marketing analytics

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Simulation

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Project scheduling

Jens Lysgaard

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Routing

[email protected]

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Distribution planning

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Heuristics

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Optimization methods

Kim Allan Andersen

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Optimization

[email protected]

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Multiple criteria decision making

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Production planning and control

Lars Relund Nielsen

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Optimization

[email protected]

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Simulation

-

Production planning and control

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Scheduling

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Routing, distribution and transportation

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Multi criteria optimization

[email protected] econ.au.dk

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Marcel Turkensteen

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SCM and the environment

[email protected]

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Location and routing

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Network design

Michael Malmros Sørensen

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Optimization

[email protected]

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Production planning and control

-

Logistics and supply chain management

-

Distribution and transportation

-

Simulation modeling and analysis

Sanne Wøhlk

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Routing

[email protected]

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Transportation

-

Waste management

Steen Nielsen

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Supply chain costing models

[email protected]

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Profitability analysis and performance of distribution channels

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Business analytics (i.e. from data-> the use of statistics-> model building -> optimization-> decision) and performance measurement/management

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The use of @Risk software for stochastic simulation, optimization etc. for decision making

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Lean and Six-Sigma and Costing

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