At Department of Business and Management at Aalborg University (AAU) the main research area is business administration and economics including: organization and strategy, accounting, auditing, international business and marketing, creativity and innovation, entrepreneurship and business models, economics, and health economics. Research activities are organized in:
CRU (Center for Regional Development) has since fall 2006 initiated and disseminated research on regional development. The fields have either been directly on North Jutland issues or had relevance to North Jutland.
Globelics (Global Network for the Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems) is a worldwide, open and diverse community of scholars working on innovation and competence building in the context of economic development.
The DRUID Academy (Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics) offers a specialized course program and arranges a unique annual PhD training conference. In support of its global research community, DRUID furthermore hosts series of papers, videos, and photos.
NJK (Nordjysk Konjunkturbarometer - North Jutlandic Business Survey) aims to measure the actual and expected developments in North Jutland business cycles based on reporting from private firms (Not updated anymore).