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19-09-2017
Mette Gørtz receives DKK 10 million to investigate the behavioural responses to health innovations and the consequences for socioeconomic outcomes
Mette Gørtz, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen has received DKK 10 million for her research project “Behavioural Responses to Health Innovations and the Consequences for Socioeconomic Outcomes.” Inequality in health has...
05-12-2017
Kick-off workshop on the socioeconomic effects of research
On 21 November 2017, the Foundation’s impact assessment team held a kick-off workshop on the socioeconomic effects of research. This was the second time since the Research Programme on Socioeconomic Impact started in 2016....
05-12-2017
School on impact of research closes final chapter
How can we measure the societal impact of research? Which indicators should we use? How do we generate data most efficiently? Those were some of the key questions discussed at the final and Fifth...
19-09-2017
Mickael Bech receives DKK 10 million to investigate the socioeconomic impact of policy instruments for health research dissemination
Mickael Bech, Professor, CEO, KORA – Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research has received DKK 10 million for his research project “Socioeconomic Impact of Policy Instruments for Health Research Dissemination.” The objective...
19-09-2017
Karsten Vrangbæk receives DKK 10 million to investigate equity and the socioeconomic impact of disease management programmes in Denmark
Karsten Vrangbæk, Professor, Department of Public Health and Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen has received DKK 10 million for his research project “Equity and the Socioeconomic Impact of Disease Management Programmes in...
08-09-2017
Three projects will provide knowledge on the impact of research on health and disease
Why has inequality in health between various groups in society been rising in recent decades? This is one of the questions that Mette Gortz and her research team will be examining over the next...
07-04-2016
New research programme will provide more knowledge on the socioeconomic impact of research
Denmark invests about DKK 60 billion (€2.95 billion) on research annually. However, knowledge about the socioeconomic impact of this investment is limited. This is why, today, the Novo Nordisk Foundation is launching a new social...
07-04-2016
Denmark’s Science Minister: more knowledge is required on the impact of research
What is the socioeconomic impact of investing in research? How can this be measured optimally? These were the topics of a conference in Hellerup, Denmark attended by 150 representatives from higher education, the business...