dwioa

Department of Organization

Duncan
Wigan
Professor with special responsibilities


Room: KIL/14.A-3.95
Tel:
+4538153541
, Mobile:
+45 4185 2189
E-mail: dw.ioa@cbs.dk
Presentation

Currently, my research addresses four related areas; international finance, international taxation, activism for economic justice and multinational corporate organisation. I am co-author of European Commission Research Director General, Horizon 2020 Framework Program project, - ‘COFFERS - Combating Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators 2016-2019. Here, I lead the Work Package 4 ‘Corporate Form’ and Work Package 7 ‘Impact’. I am also a researcher on the ERC Advanced Grant, ‘CORPLINK - Corporate Arbitrage and CPL Maps: Hidden Structures of Control in the Global Economy’. Current projects include a co-edited volume ‘Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy’ with Oxford University Press 2019 and a co-authored monograph, ‘Global tax Battles: The Fight to Govern Corporate and Elite Wealth’ with Oxford University Press 2019. I direct the Masters Programme, Public Management and Social Development at the Sino-Danish Centre in Beijing.

 

Primary research areas
  • International taxation
  • Internation finance
  • Activism for economic justice
  • Multinational corporate organisation
Administrative tasks


Curriculum Vitae
Social media
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/dwioa
Courses
  • International Political Economy, Internation Business and Politics, CBS
  • Business and Global Governance, Public Management and Social Development, Sino-Danish Centre
Supervision
  • PhD Supervision
  • Masters Supervision
Other teaching activities


Selected publications
Publications sorted by:
2021
Maj Grasten; Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Legal Affordances in Global Wealth Chains : How Platform Firms Use Legal and Spatial Scaling.
In: Environment and Planning A, 19.11.2021
Journal article > peer review
Duncan Wigan / Uber Global Wealth Chains
In: Combating Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators: Bringing Tax Money back into the COFFERS. . ed. /Brigitte Unger; Lucia Rossel; Joras Ferwerda. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2021, p. 194-214
Book chapter > peer review
2020
Andrew Baker; Colin Haslam; Adam Leaver; Richard Murphy; Leonard Seabrooke; Saila Stausholm; Duncan Wigan / Against Hollow Firms : Repurposing the Corporation for a More Resilient Economy.
Sheffield : University of Sheffield 2020, 33 p. (Report. Centre for Research on Accounting and Finance in Context (CRAFiC))
Report
Adam Leaver; Leonard Seabrooke; Saila Stausholm; Duncan Wigan / Auditing with Accountability : Shrinking the Opportunity Spaces for Audit Failure.
Sheffield : University of Sheffield 2020, 48 p.
Report
Stefano Ponte; Duncan Wigan; Leonard Seabrooke; Jennifer Bair / Entangled Chains of Value and Wealth
Abstract from SASE 32nd Annual Conference 2020 - Virtual, 2020
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
Duncan Wigan; Adam Leaver; Leonard Seabrooke / Firms without Value : Uber Global Wealth Chains.
Abstract from SASE 32nd Annual Conference 2020 - Virtual, 2020
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
Rasmus Corlin Christensen; Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Professional Action in Global Wealth Chains
In: Regulation & Governance, 23.10.2020
Journal article > peer review
2019
Duncan Wigan / Case Study: The Cum-Cum and Cum-Ex Schemes
Utrecht : Coffers 2019, 26 p. (Coffers Project Deliverables, No. D4.5)
Working paper
Duncan Wigan / The IPE of Financial Derivatives Beyond Crisis
In: The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary International Political Economy. ed. /Timothy M. Shaw; Laura C. Mahrenbach; Renu Modi; Xu Yi-chong. London : Palgrave Macmillan 2019, p. 301-315 (Palgrave Handbooks in IPE)
Book chapter > peer review
Rasmus Corlin Christensen; Oddný Helgadóttir; Jakob Laage-Thomsen; Leonard Seabrooke; Saila Stausholm; Duncan Wigan / Tracing Corporate Forms Across Sectors
Utrecht : Coffers 2019, 23 p. (Coffers Project Deliverables, No. D4.8)
Working paper
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