Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
I am broadly interested in the relationship between culture and capital, including how large corporations profoundly impact society in a variety of ways. I currently work on two serendipitously interrelated research projects:
Cultural Policy and Finance for the Arts. I have a long held interest in public and private funding for the arts. I wrote my dissertation on the Danish Arts Foundation and New Carlsberg Foundation ca. 1965-2015.
The Impact of Large Companies on Danish Society. The project is part of a business-university collaboration, which sets out to explore and compare the economic, social and environmental impact of four of the largest Danish companies in Denmark: Arla, Danske Bank, Maersk and Novo Nordisk.
- Cultural policy
- Business History
- Large Corporations, Corporate Philanthropy and Foundations
- Institutional theory
- Cultural heritage
- Visual art
- Business, Politics and Society (Bsc Soc)
- Interdisciplinary Case-Based Course (Msc IBP)
- Institutional Perspectives (HA kom)
I welcome supervision within my areas of expertise.
Paper presented at The 33rd EGOS Colloquium 2017, 2017
Paper presented at The 2017 Business History Conference Annual Meeting, 2017
Abstract from The 2016 Business History Conference Annual Meeting, 2016
Paper presented at Paper Development Workshop on Historical Approaches to Entrepreneurship Theory & Research, 2016
Paper presented at Re-thinking History at Business Schools, 2015
Paper presented at The 29th EGOS Colloquium 2013, 2013
Abstract from Day of Arts Philanthropy, 2017
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2016, 197 p. (PhD Series, No. 25.2016)
In: Information, 10.6.2016, p. 13