hohmpp

Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

Holger
Højlund
Associate professor
,
PhD


Leave: 01.09.19-31.08.21
Room: POR/18.B
Tel:
+4538152886
, Mobile:
+45 22352326
E-mail: hoh.mpp@cbs.dk
Presentation

A present research interest is welfare management seen in terms of the complex interconnectedness of political, administrative and service-related decision making. Also I am interested in, how traditional boundaries between the public, private and voluntary sectors of society are increasingly being transgressed, user involvement, social innovation and co-production. At the moment I am engaged in different research projects at the areas of local health promotion, municipal elderly care, primary school education, and network management at the area for children care. At CBS, I am head of the master program in “Political Communication and Management” and teaching at the master of “Public Administration” and master in "Public Governance”. Externally I hold some board positions and advisory board positions in public organisations, and i co-edit the journal of Distinktion, Scandinavian Journal of Social theory.

Primary research areas
  • Public Private Partnerships in welfare
  • Consumerism
  • User roles and involvement public services
  • Quality strategies in welfare
  • Network management   
Curriculum Vitae
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/hohmpp
Courses
  • Planning, organizing and teaching a Ph.d.-Course: Phantasmatic and Discursive readings of post‐liberalism, Department of Management, Politics, and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, 19–22 December 2011.
  • Teaching ”Samfundets kommunikative differentiering”, Master Politisk kommunikation og ledelse
  • Teaching ”Politik, stat og kommunikation”
  • teaching ”Magtens former”
  • Teaching in ”Ledelsesfagligt grundforløb
Supervision
  • Ph.d.-supervision, dissertations, group projects, projects on managerial training programs,  external projects   
Other teaching activities
  • Planning, organizing and teaching a Ph.d.-Course: Phantasmatic and Discursive readings of post‐liberalism, Department of Management, Politics, and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, 19–22 December 2011.
  • Course responsibility and teaching a master course on “Public-Private-Partnering  together with Ole Heldby Pedersen (AKF) at Copenhagen University
  • Censoring on Copenhagen University, Aarhus University, Roskilde University