mhjmpp

Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

  • Center for Civil Society Studies
  • Center for Civilsamfundsstudier
Mathias Hein
Jessen
Associate professor
,
PhD


Room: POR/18.B-4.154
Tel:
+4538153573
E-mail: mhj.mpp@cbs.dk
Presentation

Mathias Hein Jessen is Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at CBS. He holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration and Philosophy from CBS and an MA and PhD in The History of Ideas from Aarhus University.

His research centers on the history of political, economic and legal thought as well as contemporary social, political and critical thought. He works in the cross-field between philosophy, politics, economics, law, sociology and history (of ideas). His work focuses on the interrelation between state, market and civil society and particularly between the state and the corporation. 

Primary research areas
  • Social, political and critical thought
  • History of political, economic and legal thought
  • State and sovereignty
  • Civil society, democracy, associative politics
  • Corporations and corporate power
  • Business and society
Curriculum Vitae
Social media
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/mhjmpp
Courses
  • Strategy and Contemporary Diagnostics, HA(kom.), 1. semester (course coordinator)
  • Fundamentals of Social Theory, BSc(soc.), 1. semester
  • Power and Communication, Cand.soc. in Political Communication and Leadership
Selected publications

Mathias Hein Jessen / Civil Society in the Shadow of the Neoliberal State : Corporations as the Primary Subjects of (Neoliberal) Civil Society.
I: International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 27.8.2020

Mathias Hein Jessen; Nicolai von Eggers / Governmentality and Statification : Towards a Foucauldian Theory of the State.
I: Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 37, Nr. 1, 1.2020, s. 53-72

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2021
Mathias Hein Jessen; Allan Dreyer Hansen / Analysestrategi med Foucault og Laclau : Civilsamfundet som styringsteknologi og flydende betegner.
In: Eklektiske analysestrategier. ed. /Emil Husted; Justine Grønbæk Pors . Frederiksberg : Samfundslitteratur 2021, p. 63-86
Book chapter > peer review
Mathias Hein Jessen / Civil Society in the Shadow of the Danish Welfare State
In: Civil Society: Between Concepts and Empirical Grounds. . ed. /Liv Egholm; Lars Bo Kaspersen. Abingdon : Routledge 2021, p. 159-171 (Routledge Advances In Sociology)
Book chapter > peer review
Mathias Hein Jessen / Civil Society in the Shadow of the Neoliberal State : Corporations as the Primary Subjects of (Neoliberal) Civil Society.
In: International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. 34, No. 2, 6.2021, p. 161-174
Journal article > peer review
Mathias Hein Jessen / Corporate Subjects : An Intellectual History of the Corporation .
Abstract from Capital, Crisis, Climate, 2021
Conference abstract for conference
Mathias Hein Jessen / Klimaets idéhistorie er selskabets idéhistorie
In: Klimaets idéhistorie . ed. /Mikkel Thorup; Jakob Bek-Thomsen. Aarhus : Baggrund 2021, p. 175-185
Book chapter > peer review
2020
Mathias Hein Jessen; Nicolai von Eggers / Governmentality and Statification : Towards a Foucauldian Theory of the State.
In: Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 37, No. 1, 1.2020, p. 53-72
Journal article > peer review
Mathias Hein Jessen / The Corporate State
In: State of Power Report 2020: The Corporation. . ed. /Nick Buxton. Amsterdam : Transnational Institute 2020
Report chapter
Mathias Hein Jessen / The Separation of State and Corporation in Capitalism
Abstract from Marx Nu! 2020, 2020, p. 10
Conference abstract for conference
2019
Mathias Hein Jessen / Civil Society as Value and Resource : Civil Society, Neoliberalism and the Third Way in Denmark.
Paper presented at The 3rd Nordic Challenges Conference, 2019
Paper > peer review
Mathias Hein Jessen / Civil Society in the Shadow of the Neoliberal State : Neoliberalism and Civil Society in Denmark.
Paper presented at SASE 31st Annual Conference 2019, 2019
Paper > peer review
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