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DFF-Research Project Grants from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Social Sciences, June 2016

The Danish Council for Independent Research | Social Sciences awards 15 DFF-Research Project Grants to researchers in Denmark to the sum of approximately DKK 57 million. The grant recipients are listed below.

The grants are awarded within the framework of the Danish Council for Independent Research’s E2015 and F2016 call, with the aim of providing researchers in Denmark the best possible conditions for producing outstanding research results at a high international level.

Grant and rejection letters will be forwarded as soon as possible.

Please be advised that the Council cannot be held responsible for printing errors and reserves the right to make budgetary adjustments. A very limited number of applicants have been admitted to a waiting list and they will be contacted directly.

 


DFF-Research Project 1

 


Project Title: Mismatch, matching and the allocation of workers to jobs
Grant Recipient: Christian Daniel le Maire
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: DKK 1,375,704


Project Title: Should we tax unhealthy food consumption? Evidence using exogenous variation from the Danish “fat tax”.
Grant Recipient: Giovanni Mellace
Place of Employment: University of Southern Denmark
Awarded Amount: DKK 1,905,198


Project Title: Intergenerational Income Mobility: A View from Inside the Family
Grant Recipient: Paul Bingley
Place of Employment: SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research
Awarded Amount: DKK 1,435,810


Project Title: Intergenerational compacts – rationale and policy implications
Grant Recipient: Torben Magnus Andersen
Place of Employment: Aarhus University
Awarded Amount: DKK 1,450,417


 

Project Title: A model of childhood risks, brain development and social marginalization
Grant Recipient: Signe Hald Andersen
Place of Employment: Rockwool Fonden
Awarded Amount : DKK 1,019,118 


DFF-Research Project 2

 


Project Title: Global Challenges, Local Solutions? Rethinking Professional Work in a World of Transnational Jurisdictions
Grant Recipient: Anders Blok
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: DKK 6,043,435


Project Title: Policing at Sea (PolSEA)
Grant Recipient: Birgit Feldtmann
Place of Employment: University of Southern Denmark
Awarded Amount: DKK 4,536,822


Project Title: Identifying the role of private equity firms in creating value - Macroeconomic risk, information quality problems, and strategic issues
Grant Recipient: Christian Riis Flor
Place of Employment: University of Southern Denmark
Awarded Amount: DKK 3,745,620


Project Title: Perceptions of procedural justice among ethnic minority youth
Grant Recipient: Geoffrey Paul Hunt
Place of Employment: Aarhus University
Awarded Amount: DKK 5,431,991


Project Title: Human Capital, Education and the Global Economy
Grant Recipient: Jakob Roland Munch
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: DKK 2,170,245


Project Title: The Core of the Union: The EU Commission and the Regulation of Europe
Grant Recipient: Jens Andreas Blom-Hansen
Place of Employment: Aarhus University
Awarded Amount: DKK 4,564,840


Project Title: Normative Foundations and Behavioral Implications of Non-Market Allocation (NORMA)
Grant Recipient: Lars Peter Raahave Østerdal
Place of Employment: University of Southern Denmark
Awarded Amount: DKK 5,781,744

 


Project Title: Rewards at the top
Grant Recipient: Lene Holm Pedersen
Place of Employment: Copenhagen Business School
Awarded Amount: DKK 6,190,599


Project Title: Violence, Bystanders, and...Action!
Grant Recipient: Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: DKK 4,752,009


Project Title: Structural Policy Analysis in Economics
Grant Recipient: Rune Majlund Vejlin
Place of Employment: Aarhus University
Awarded Amount: DKK 5,265,999


Project Title: Flexible Work and Wealth
Grant Recipient: Søren Leth-Petersen
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Awarded Amount: DKK 2,083,867


Project Title: Commodifying Compassion: Implications of turning people and humanitarian causes into marketable things
Grant Recipient: Lisa Ann Richey
Place of Employment: Roskilde Universiy
Awarded Amount: DKK 4,151,372 

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