hbioa

Department of Organization

Hubert
Buch-Hansen
Associate professor


Room: KIL/14.A-3.49
Tel:
+4538153566
E-mail: hbu.ioa@cbs.dk
hubert
Presentation

Most of my research revolves around issues related to the public and private regulation of competition. The profound changes in how public authorities regulate competition is for instance analysed, from the vantage point of a critical political economy perspective underpinned by critical realism, in The Politics of European Competition Regulation from 2011 (co-authored by Angela Wigger). As for the private regulation of competition, my research focuses on how companies use corporate networks to control markets.

Through this work I have developed a wider interest in how transformations in political-economic contexts shape – and are shaped by – the evolution of elite networks. In the years to come I will, together with a group of great colleagues, explore this matter as the principle investigator of Longitudinal Elite Networks (LONGLINKS), a research project funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Another main interest is what it would take for our societies in the rich parts of the world to become genuinely environmentally sustainable. I study this issue by cross-fertilising insights from political economy and degrowth scholarship.
 

Primary research areas

•    Corporate networks and elites
•    The public and private regulation of competition
•    Environmental sustainability and degrowth
•    European political economy
•    Philosophies of social science, esp. critical realism

Curriculum Vitae
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Courses

•    Comparative political economy (IBP, 2nd year, mandatory)
•    Philosophies of Social Science and Second Year Project (IBP, 2nd year, mandatory)
•    Danmark i et komparativt perspektiv (EB, 1st year, mandatory)
 

Supervision

I supervise projects/theses dealing with topics related to the above research areas.

Selected publications

2018: ‘The Prerequisites for a Degrowth Paradigm Shift: Insights from Critical Political Economy’, Ecological Economics, Vol. 146, pp. 157-163.

2016: Karteller - Afsløringen af aftalt spil i dansk erhvervsliv, København: Gyldendal Business.

2015: ‘The Scale and Geography of Collusion in the European Market: A Longitudinal View’, JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies (with C. Levallois)

2014: ‘Capitalist diversity and degrowth trajectories to steady-state economies’, Ecological Economics, Vol. 106, pp. 173-179.

2014: ‘Interlocking directorates and collusion: an empirical analysis’, International Sociology, Vol. 29, No 3, pp. 249-267.

2011: The Politics of European Competition Regulation. A Critical Political Economy Perspective, London and New York: Routledge (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy) (with A. Wigger).
 

Publications sorted by:
2019
Hubert Buch-Hansen; Max Koch / Degrowth through Income and Wealth Caps?
In: Ecological Economics, Vol. 160, 6.2019, p. 264-271
Journal article > peer review
Hubert Buch-Hansen; Juan Ignacio Staricco / The Amsterdam School, Critical Realism and the Study of ‘Deep Structures’
In: Transnational Capital and Class Fractions: The Amsterdam School Perspective Reconsidered. . ed. /Bob Jessop; Henk Overbeek. Abingdon : Routledge 2019, p. 223-227 (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy)
Book chapter > peer review
Hubert Buch-Hansen; Lasse Folke Henriksen / Toxic Ties : Corporate Networks of Market Control in the European Chemical Industry, 1960–2000.
In: Social Networks, Vol. 58, 7.2019, p. 24-36
Journal article > peer review
2018
Angela Wigger; Hubert Buch-Hansen / EU Competition Rules and the European Integration Project
In: The Routledge Handbook of European Public Policy. ed. /Nikolaos Zahariadis; Laurie Buonanno. Abingdon : Routledge 2018, p. 75-82
Book chapter > peer review
Hubert Buch-Hansen / The Prerequisites for a Degrowth Paradigm Shift : Insights from Critical Political Economy.
In: Ecological Economics, Vol. 146, 4.2018, p. 157-163
Journal article > peer review
2017
Hubert Buch-Hansen / Book Reviews: The Power of Corporate Networks. A Comparative and Historical Perspective
In: Business History, Vol. 59, No. 2, 2017, p. 311-312
Book review > peer review
Hubert Buch-Hansen; Christoph Ellersgaard; Lasse Folke Henriksen; Anton Grau Larsen; Joachim Lund / CBS og magten : En kortlægning af netværk og indflydelseskanaler, 1917-2017.
København : Djøf Forlag 2017, 129 p.
Book > peer review
Hubert Buch-Hansen / Economic Growth and Sustainable Housing: An Uneasy Relationship
In: Journal of Critical Realism, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2017, p. 223-224
Book review > peer review
Max Koch; Hubert Buch-Hansen; Martin Fritz / Shifting Priorities in Degrowth Research : An Argument for the Centrality of Human Needs.
In: Ecological Economics, Vol. 138, 8.2017, p. 74-81
Journal article > peer review
Angela Wigger; Hubert Buch-Hansen / Too Big to Control? : The Politics of Mega-mergers and Why the EU Is Not Stopping Them.
Brussels : Corporate Europe Observatory 2017, 9 p.
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