Department of Organization pursues a problem-oriented, business-in-society approach to understanding organizations and organizational phenomena at all levels. Our research and teaching focus upon organizing processes and their outcomes from an interdisciplinary social-scientific perspective.
New co-authored publication on the organization of pandemic preparedness indicators in BMJ Global Health
New co-authored encyclopedia article: Taxation - In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology, Oxford University Press
New co-authored publication: Time and Temporality of Change Processes: Applying an event-based view to integrate episodic and continuous change in the Oxford Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation
New co-authored publication in the Journal Transnational Corporations: Globalization of innovation: the moderating role of project-level investment strategy and country type in location choice for R&D-related FDI
New co-authored publication in the Journal Research in the Sociology of Oganizations: 'Organizing Creativity in the Innovation Journey'
New co-authored research report on Roskilde Festival: Transgressive behavior
Professor Silviya Svejenova Velikova has in a co-authored paper won the 2021 EGOS' Roland Calori Prize
Professor Eva Boxenbaum receives the EliteForsk Award 2021! The Award is the most prestigious research award in Denmark and given to five researchers who have contributed with excellent research