Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy
- Sociology of finance
- Crowd theory and psychology
- Social theory
- Modern literature and literary theory
I am part of the Sapere Aude research project ‘Crowd Dynamics in Financial Markets’ leaded by Christian Borch. My research focuses on crowd discourse in academic and popular financial market literature from 1930 up to today. The project is an archival study, in the foucauldian genealogical sense, and draws on crowd psychology and theory to understand collective behavior and dynamics in financial markets. In addition to the study of the literature on financial markets, depictions of crowds in twentieth century literary fiction will function as a nuancing lens through which the collective dynamics in financial markets are observed.
Kristian Bondo Hansen: ‘Contrarian Investment Philosophy in the American Stock Market: on investment advice and the crowd conundrum’ Economy & Society, 2015, Vol. 44(4), 616-638
Kristian Bondo Hansen:‘The politics of algorithmic finance’ Contexto Internacional, 2015, Vol. 37(3), 1081-1095.
- Kristian Bondo Hansen: 'Rhythms of the Market Crowd: A Lefebvrean Rhythmanalysis of Financial Markets'. Paper presented at International Workshop Series: Investigating High-Frequency Trading. Theoretical, social and anthropological perspectives (Workshop 1: CBS, 24-25 November 2014 Theme: "HFT sociality, crowd psychology and dynamic collectives"
- Christian Borch and Kristian Bondo Hansen: ‘Market Contagion: Imitation and Suggestion in Financial Markets’, Paper presented at the conference: Imitation, Contagion, Suggestion: Rethinking the Social at CBS, 28–29 May 2015.
In: Economy and Society, Vol. 44, No. 4, 2015, p. 616-638
In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, Vol. 33, No. 6, 2015, p. 1080-1097
In: Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Rio de Janeiro. Instituto de Relacoes Internacionais. Contexto Internacional, Vol. 37, No. 3, 2015, p. 1081-1095
Paper presented at The 3rd Interdisciplinary Market Studies Workshop, 2014
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2017, 255 p. (PhD Series, No. 26.2017)
In: Weekendavisen, 19.2.2016, p. 7