2022 kr. 125.922

Alexandra Andhov

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, S.J.D.

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays >100,000

Project title:

BITE: BIG TECH CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

2022 kr. 225.600

Jakob Arnoldi

Title and degree:

Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays >100,000

Project title:

The theory-practice relationship (in finance) after artificial intelligence

2022 kr. 100.000

Johan Fischer

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Roskilde University

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays

Project title:

Field Trip: Going Green Globally? Moral Economies of Vegetarianism

2022 kr. 76.000

Hanne Marie Motzfeldt

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays

Project title:

Artificial intelligence as a citizen monitoring tool: A Danish-Dutch legal analysis of the AIA (AICompare)

2022 kr. 197.787

Henrik Palmer Olsen

Title and degree:

Professor, Dr. Jur.

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays >100,000

Project title:

Algorithmic Support for Legal Decision Making (A-LEX)

2022 kr. 64.570

David Reimer

Title and degree:

Professor, Dr. rer. soc. (PhD)

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays

Project title:

Student well-being, educational choice, and social inequality: A comparative project

2022 kr. 231.000

Evis Sinani

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Copenhagen Business School

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays >100,000

Project title:

Corporate ESG disclosure and greenwashing

2022 kr. 100.000

Mikkel Thorhauge

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Technical University of Denmark

Grant type:

Field Trips / Research Stays

Project title:

Research stay at the Institute for Transport Economics, Oslo: Understanding user preferences for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure