Department of Organization

  • WETO – Work, Expertise, Technology and Organization
Associate professor

Room: KIL/14.A-3.96

I work with organization theory, market studies and economic sociology and how approaches within these literatures can and have been used to understand political regulation and other objects of research.

Primary research areas

•    Market studies
•    Organization theory
•    Technical standardization
•    Markets for collective concern

Curriculum Vitae
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  • Academic Writing and Argumentation — at the Master of Public Governance
  • Master Thesis Module — at the Master of Public Governance
Selected publications
  • Frankel, C., Pallesen, T., & Ossandón, J. (2019). The organization of markets for collective concerns and their failures. Economy & Society, 48(2), 153-174. .
  • Frankel, C. (2018). The ‘s’ in markets : mundane market concepts and how to know a (strawberry) market. Journal of Cultural Economy, 11(5), 458-475.
  • Frankel, C. (2015). The multiple-markets problem. Journal of Cultural Economy, 8, 538-546.
  • Frankel, C. (2013). European Market Making and Policy Duplication. European Societies, 15, 331-352.
  • Frankel, C., & Højbjerg, E. (2007). The Constitution of a Transnational Policy Field – Negotiating the EU Internal Market for Products. Journal of European Public Policy, 14, 96-114.


Publications sorted by:
Trine Pallesen; José Ossandón; Christian Frankel / Market Engineering : Making and Solving Problems with Markets.
Paper presented at 38th EGOS Colloquium 2022, 2023
Paper > peer review
Christian Frankel / Market Failures
In: Routledge International Handbook of Failure. ed. /Adriana Mica; Mikolaj Pawlak; Anna Horolets; Pawel Kubicki. Abingdon : Routledge 2023, p. 266-279
Book chapter > peer review
Christian Frankel / Hvordan identificeres organisation? : En (slags) håndbog i organisationsanalyse.
Frederiksberg : Nyt fra Samfundsvidenskaberne 2022, 159 p.
Book > peer review
Christian Frankel / The Object of Inquiry and Organization Studies
In: Organization Studies, Vol. 43, No. 12, 12.2022, p. 2013–2025
Journal article > peer review
Christian Frankel / A Market to Whom?
Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Society of Social Studies of Science (4S), 2020
Paper > peer review
José Ossandón; Christian Frankel / The Formal Market
Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Society of Social Studies of Science (4S), 2020
Paper > peer review
Venere Stefania Sanna; Laura Michelini; Stela Baltova; Fani Efthymiadoy; Christian Frankel; Trond Halvorsen; Agnieszka Łukasiewicz; Filip Majetić; Cristina Miguel; Gaia Mosconi; Stefanos Nastis; Monica Postiglione; Rainer Rosegger; Stefano Valerio / White Paper on Impact Methods : WG3 - Impacts of the Collaborative Economy.
Memorandum > peer review
Christian Frankel; José Ossandón; Trine Pallesen / The Organization of Markets for Collective Concerns and Their Failures
In: Economy and Society, Vol. 48, No. 2, 2019, p. 153-174
Journal article > peer review
Christian Frankel / The ‘s’ in Markets : Mundane Market Concepts and How to Know a (Strawberry) Market.
In: Journal of Cultural Economy, Vol. 11, No. 5, 2018, p. 458-475
Journal article > peer review
Christian Frankel; Jean-Pierre Galland / Markets, Standardization and Innovation : Reflections on the European Single Market.
In: Handbook of Innovation and Standards. ed. /Richard Hawkins; Knut Blind; Robert Page. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing 2017, p. 287-301
Book chapter > peer review
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Nyt fra Samfundsvidenskaberne
Member of Advisory Committee
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University of Bergen, Norway
PhD Assessment
AOYama Business School, Tokyo, Japan
Oplæg og undervisning af studerende
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