fjioa

Department of Organization

Federico
Jensen
PhD fellow


Room: KIL/14.A-3.46
E-mail: fj.ioa@cbs.dk
Federico Jensen
Presentation

I am pursuing a double-Ph.D. degree at Copenhagen Business School, Department of Organization, and at the Sino-Danish center for education and research, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

My research studies the prominent role of the state on shipping and transport networks and the impact this has on power dynamics in the global economy. I am generally interested in state-capital relations and their interactions in relation to structural changes in the global economy. This project is financed by the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research.

Prior to this project, I have studied Sustainable Industrialization practices in Ethiopia, focusing on the growing apparel sector in the country, based in ‘Eco-Industrial Parks’.


 

Primary research areas
  • Shipping and Ports
  • International Political economy
  • Critical logistics
  • State Capitalism
  • Global Value chains and Global Production Networks


 

Links
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/fjioa
Courses
Teaching at the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research in Beijing, Public Management and Social Development master’s program.
 
IPE course at IBP bachelor’s program.
 
Selected publications

Jensen, Federico, "Constraints on eco-industrial development in the context of global production networks: The case of Ethiopian eco-industrial parks", CAE Working Paper 2020: 1.

Publications sorted by:
2022
Federico Jensen / Capitalism and the Sea: The Maritime Factor in the Making of the Modern World
In: The AAG Review of Books, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2022, p. 26-27
Book review > peer review
Federico Jensen / Connectivity, Geopolitics, and Maritime Networks : The Infrastructural Power of Shipping Flows.
Paper presented at 63rd ISA Annual Convention 2022, 2022
Paper > peer review
Federico Jensen; Lindsay Whitfield / Leveraging Participation in Apparel Global Supply Chains through Green Industrialization Strategies : Implications for Low-income Countries.
In: Ecological Economics, Vol. 194, 4.2022
Journal article > peer review
Federico Jensen / State Capitalism and Spanish Port Development along the Maritime Silk Road
In: Environment and Planning A, 3.3.2022
Journal article > peer review
2021
Alexander Linyu Qian Chen; Federico Jensen / China’s New Normal and Its Emerging Coastal-Inland Spatial-Cum-Logistical Fix : Spatial Planning as a Tool of State Capitalist Intervention.
Paper presented at SASE 33rd Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual, 2021
Paper
Michael Prehn; Federico Jensen / Hard Liners vs. Laggard, Understanding IMO's Role in Accelerating or Hindering the Climate Transition
Paper presented at The Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists. IAME 2021, 2021
Paper > peer review
Michael Prehn; Federico Jensen / Hard Liners vs. Laggards, Understanding IMO’s Role in Accelerating or Hindering the Climate Transition
Paper presented at The Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists. IAME 2021, 2021
Paper > peer review
Lindsay Whitfield; Federico Jensen / Leveraging Participation in Apparel Global Supply Chains through Green Industrialization Strategies : Implications for Low-income Countries.
Paper presented at SASE 33rd Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual, 2021
Paper
2020
Federico Jensen / Constraints on Eco-industrial Development in the Context of Global Production Networks : The Case of Ethiopian Eco-industrial Parks.
Roskilde : Center for African Economies. Roskilde University 2020, 27 p. (CAE Working Papers, No. 2020: 1)
Working paper
Outside activities

2021
No outside activities to report

2020
Roskilde University (January - March)
Research Assistant

2019
Roskilde University (December)
Research Assistant