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
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Presentation
I am interested in how changing forms of capital in the international political economy emerge, and are negotiated and governed. My research has focused on these processes principally in the contexts of innovations in finance and multinational corporate organization.  I was co-author of European Commission Horizon 2020 Framework Program project, - ‘COFFERS - Combating Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators’ and was a researcher on the ERC Advanced Grant, ‘CORPLINK - Corporate Arbitrage and CPL Maps: Hidden Structures of Control in the Global Economy’. I am researcher on the Independent Research Fund Denmark grant, ‘Time Mirror – Accounting for the Green Transition’. ‘Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy’ and ‘Global tax Battles: The Fight to Govern Corporate and Elite Wealth’ (both with Leonard Seabrooke) are out with Oxford University Press in 2022. I direct the Masters Programme, Public Management and Social Development at the Sino-Danish Centre in Beijing.
 
Primary research areas
  • International Political Economy
  • Global Wealth Chains
  • International taxation
  • International finance
  • Accounting for green transition
 

 

Administrative tasks


Curriculum Vitae
Social media
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/dwioa
Courses
Business and Global Governance, Masters Public Management and Social Development, Sino-Danish Centre
Masters Thesis, Masters Public Management and Social Development, Sino-Danish Centre
Denmark in Comparative Perspective, Bachelors European Business, Copenhagen Business School
 
Supervision

Interested in supervising political economy projects in the areas of: Global wealth chains, international finance, international taxation, green transition, activism for economic justice, China’s political economy.

Other teaching activities


Selected publications
Grasten, M., Seabrooke, L., & Wigan, D. (2021). Legal Affordances in Global Wealth Chains: How Platform Firms Use Legal and Spatial Scaling. Environment and Planning A. 
 
Christensen, R.C., Seabrooke, L. and Wigan, D. (2020). Professional Action in global wealth chains. Regulation & Governance
 
Baker, Andrew and Duncan Wigan (2017). Constructing and Contesting City of London Power: NGOs and the emergence of Noisier Financial Politics. Economy & Society 46(2): 185-210.   
 
Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan (2017). The Governance of Global Wealth Chains. Review of International Political Economy, 24(1): 1-26.
 
Bryan, Dick, Mike Rafferty and Duncan Wigan (2017). Capital unchained: finance, intangible assets and the double life of capital in the offshore world. Review of International Political Economy, 24(1):  56-86. 
 

 

Publications sorted by:
2022
Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Acknowledgements
In: Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy. . ed. /Leonard Seabrooke ; Duncan Wigan. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, p. v-vii
Book chapter
Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Articulating Global Wealth Chains
In: Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy. . ed. /Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, p. 279-297
Book chapter > peer review
Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Asset Strategies in Global Wealth Chains
In: Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy. . ed. /Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, p. 1-29
Book chapter > peer review
Leonard Seabrooke (Editor) ; Duncan Wigan (Author) / Global Wealth Chains : Asset Strategies in the World Economy.
Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, 303 p.
Anthology > peer review
Dick Bryan; Mike Rafferty; Duncan Wigan / Intangible Capital
In: Global Wealth Chains: Asset Strategies in the World Economy. . ed. /Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, p. 89-113
Book chapter > peer review
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
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