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Quantitative approaches to green transition research at CBS. Who is who?

Date and time

Friday 10. November 2023 at 09:00 to 17:00

Registration Deadline

Wednesday 8. November 2023 at 23:00


Kilen, Kilevej 14, 2000 Frederiksberg Kilen
Kilevej 14
2000 Frederiksberg

Quantitative approaches to green transition research at CBS. Who is who?

Event Description

Invitation for a one-day knowledge-sharing and network building workshop at CBS, Kilen, room KL 143, November 10th 2023 09.00 – 15.40.


Time and place



8:30, Atrium



9:00-10:40, KL.1.43


Introduction: Why are we here?, Hanne Harmsen Vice-Dean of Green Transition


*all presentations will be 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of questions and debate with the audience

Adaption of green technologies having received investments from pension funds, Dario Pozzoli, Professor MSO, ECON.


On the Impact of Demand and Regulatory Uncertainties on Ship Owner's Investment Decision, Leondardo Santiago, Associate Professor, OM.


Foundation Ownership and Sustainability, David Jonas Schröder, PhD Fellow CCG

10:40, Atrium


Break with refreshments

11:00-12:05, KL.1.43


Academic speeddating, Green Office


Flyover on upcoming green calls for green social science, Research Support Office

12:05, Atrium



12:45-14:15, KL.1.43


How does information provision interact with price discounts? A field experiment on sustainable food choices, Jan Bauer, Associate Professor, MSC


Shifting consumers towards sustainable food consumption and avoiding food waste: A machine-learning assisted systematic review and meta-analysis of demand-side interventions, Alice Pizzo, Postdoc, MSC


No-Tree, No-Future, Katryn Pasaribu, Postdoc, MSC

14:15, Atrium


Coffee break

14:30-15:40, KL.1.43


The nature of import competition and firms’ environmental engagement in emerging markets, Grazia Santangelo, Professor, SI


Cybersecurity and corporate ESG practices, Yanlei Zhang, Associate Professor, ACC


Concluding, Hanne Harmsen and everybody

Social science research in green transition at CBS has really taken off, but with initiatives spread all over CBS it can be difficult to keep track of who is who, and who’s doing what.

In this workshop we want to create a group around the topic: Empirical determinants of green outcomes at the firm-level using quantitative methods in social sciences, with a focus on outcomes such as firms’ ESG and sustainable practices, firms’ development of green technologies, firms’ efficient resource utilization and reduction of CO2 emissions.

The workshop aims to create an internal forum where CBS scholars from diverse disciplines can share their recent research findings obtained with quantitative methods in the area of business and green transitions. By participating in this event, you have the opportunity to present your work, contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding green transitions, and foster collaborations across departments.

We already have Professor Dario Pozzoli presenting work on the adoption of green technologies having received investments from pension funds. Professor Grazia Santangelo will present her work on whether companies that face import competition engage in environmentally friendly behaviour.  Also Associate Professor Yanlei Zahn will talk about cybersecurity and corporate ESG practices

Please indicate whether you are interested in presenting and provide a title for the presentation before October 1st by sending a mail to You are also welcome to participate without a presentation.


“I am so sure that across CBS there is faculty I could collaborate with, but whom I don’t know. I would love us to get a better understanding of who is who across departments within this field that will for sure only get more important in the coming years”, says Professor MSO Dario Pozzoli at ECON.

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Organizer Contact Information

Copenhagen Business School
Phone: +45 3815 3815

Organizer Contact Information

Copenhagen Business School
Phone: +45 3815 3815