MSC Hallway Conversations Podcast

Welcome to MSC Hallway Conversations, our department podcast.

 
CBS Dalgas Have
 
 
Launched during the COVID-19 lockdown, the initial aim of this podcast was to bring all of us working at the Department of Management, Society and Communication closer together while being apart.
 
While we were all adjusting to our new work life, we were missing the small, often invisible parts of our everyday life at Dalgas Have; the conversations with colleagues in the hallways, kitchens, by the coffee machine or printer, on the latest developments at MSC, their own research, recent publications, you name it. Hence, the topics of each episode vary, some covering recent fieldtrips, publications, or whatever comes to mind. 
 
 

Podcast episodes:

A selection of the MSC Hallway Conversations recorded in 2020. Note: As the episodes were recorded online, audio quality can vary.

 

 
MSC Hallway Conversations - The Rise of the Veblenian Entrepreneur - Rasmus Hartmann
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - The Problem with CSR - Why Companies Need to Listen to their Activist Employees - Verena Girschik
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Crowdfunding - Kristian Roed Nielsen
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Sustainable Cruise Tourism in Greenland - Liz Cooper
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Tales from the Field of Film-Production in Ghana - Robin Steedman
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Positive Psychology - Majbritt Vendelbo
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Crisis Revealing Responsibility Questions - Erin Leitheiser & Jeremy Moon
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - The Crazy EU Funding Circus - Isabel Froes & Efthymios Altsitsiadis
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Covid Branding - Maha Rafi Atal & Lisa Ann Richey 
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - A Critical Digital Methods Lab - Nanna Bonde Thylstrup
 
 
MSC Hallway Conversations - Tax and Inequality - Sara Jespersen
 
 

 

MSC Hallway Conversations - Online Social Movements - Daniel Lundgaard & Liana Razmerita
 
 

 

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