tpoccg

Department of Accounting

  • Center for Corporate Governance
  • Center for Ejerledede Virksomheder
Thomas
Poulsen
Associate professor


Leave: 01.12.2023-01.12.2025
Room: SOL/C5.08
Tel:
+4538153458
E-mail: tpo.ccg@cbs.dk
Presentation

Thomas Poulsen is Associate Professor of corporate governance at the Department of International Economics and Management at Copenhagen Business School and a member of the Center for Corporate Governance, also at Copenhagen Business School. His research is currently focused on long-term ownership in general and industrial foundations in particular, as well as on labor relations and wage inequality. Over the years, Thomas has published twice in the leading field journal of corporate governance – Corporate Governance: An International Review. His other works primarily appear in financial economics journals. Thomas teaches one course in behavioral economics and another in corporate finance.

Primary research areas
  • Ownership in general and cooperative ownership in particular
  • Corporate governance mechanisms, especially boards and employee elected board members
  • Value creation and management control
     
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/tpoccg
Courses
  • Behavioral Economics, graduate
  • Corporate finance, graduate
  • Coporate governance, graduate and undergraduate
  • Microeconomics, undergraduate
Selected publications
  • Employee ownership: A research agenda, 2021. Journal of Participation and Employee Ownership, 4, 136-173. (with N. Mygind)
  • When do employees choose to be represented on the board of directors? Empirical analysis of board-level employee representation in Denmark, 2020. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 58, 241-272. (with A. Gregoric)
  • Industrial foundations as long-term owners, 2018. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 26, 180-196. (with S. Thomsen, C. W. Børsting and J. Kuhn)
  • Disentangling disproportionality, 2012. Economics Letters, 117, 743-745.
  • Private benefits in corporate control transactions, 2011. International Review of Financial Analysis, 20, 52-58.


 

Publications sorted by:
2023
Gudrun Erla Jonsdottir; Audur Arna Arnardottir; Throstur Olaf Sigurjonsson; Thomas Poulsen / The Influence of an Ownership Strategy on Board Dynamics
In: Journal of Management & Governance, 20.11.2023
Journal article > peer review
2022
Thomas Poulsen / Barrierer for demokratiske virksomheder
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School 2022, 752 p.
Report
Thomas Poulsen; Niels Westergård-Nielsen / Ejer- og generationsskifte : Overdragelse til medarbejdereje.
In: Barrierer for demokratiske virksomhederFrederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2022, p. 177-202
Report chapter
Thomas Poulsen; Magnus Skovrind Pedersen / Ejerskab og magt i dansk erhvervsliv
In: Økonomi og Politik, Vol. 95, No. 3-4, 12.2022, p. 27-38
Journal article > peer review
Thomas Poulsen; Niels Westergård-Nielsen / Pengeinstitutfinansiering til og fra demokratiske virksomheder
In: Pengeinstitutfinansiering til og fra demokratiske virksomheder. ed. /Thomas Poulsen. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2022, p. 152-175
Report chapter
Thomas Poulsen; Jan Uffe Bech / Udbredelse af virksomhedsformer i Danmark.
In: Barrierer for demokratiske virksomheder. ed. /Thomas Poulsen. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2022, p. 110-150
Report chapter
2021
Niels Mygind; Thomas Poulsen / Employee Ownership : Pros and Cons - A Review.
In: Journal of Participation and Employee Ownership, Vol. 4, No. 2, 17.11.2021, p. 136-173
Review article > peer review
Thomas Poulsen; Troels Mandøe Glæsner / Ownership and Banking : The Cooperative Difference.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2021, 28 p.
Report
2020
Niels Mygind; Thomas Poulsen / Medarbejderejede virksomheder : Fordele og ulemper.
København : Fagbevægelsens Hovedorganisation 2020, 59 p.
Report
Aleksandra Gregoric; Thomas Poulsen / Merdarbejdervalgte bestyrelsesmedlemmer
In: Danske bestyrelser og deres medlemmer: Hvem bestemmer i de danske selskaber?. . ed. /Niels Westergård-Nielsen. Frederiksberg : Center for Corporate Governance. Copenhagen Business School 2020, p. 54-68
Book chapter
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