jhaioa

Department of Organization

Jacob
Hasselbalch
Associate professor


Room: KIL/14.A-3.94
Tel:
+4538152869
E-mail: jha.ioa@cbs.dk
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Presentation
I am interested in the cultural, political, and economic arrangements that keep unsustainable practices in place. My research focuses on how such arrangements are defended by incumbent interests, and on how they are challenged by disruptions or niche actors. My work is interdisciplinary in theory and method, but tends to emphasize the importance of expertise, regulation, and governance, as well as how this is framed and communicated. 
 
Currently, I am researching expert networks in Danish organic farming, alternative organizations in plastics and the circular economy, and the question of green growth versus post-growth in international political economy.
 
Primary research areas
Sustainability transformations/transitions
Environmental/ecological political economy
Professionals, experts, expertise, and framing 
Regulation, governance, and bureaucracy (especially European Union)
 

 

Curriculum Vitae
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Courses
BA European Business, Philosophy of Science and Methods, 2nd semester (in Danish)
BA European Business, Bachelor Project, 6th semester (in Danish)
 
Supervision
Current PhD supervision (as committee member): Karl Holmberg (Lund University), Nur Gizem Yalcin (University of Ghent)
 
I have supervised numerous Bachelor and Master theses within my primary research areas. I am especially interested in supervising within the following topics: plastics and petrochemicals, agriculture and land use, circular economy, zero-waste, green growth/degrowth/post-growth, sustainability metrics and assessments.
 
Selected publications
Palm, E., Hasselbalch, J., Holmberg, K., & Nielsen, T. D. (2021). ‘Narrating plastics governance: policy narratives in the European Plastics Strategy’, Environmental Politics, Available online at: https://doi.org/10.1080/09644016.2021.1915020 
 
Christou, G. & Hasselbalch, J. (eds.) (2021). Global Networks and European Actors: Navigating and Managing Complexity. Routledge. 
 
Nielsen, T. D., Hasselbalch, J., Holmberg, K., & Stripple, J. (2020). ‘Politics and the Plastic Crisis: A Review throughout the Plastic Life Cycle’, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment. Available online at: https://doi.org/10.1002/wene.360
 
Hasselbalch, J. (2019), ‘Framing brain drain: between solidarity and skills in European labor mobility’, Review of International Political Economy, 26(6): 1333-1360. Available online at: https://doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2019.1626755
 
Hasselbalch, J. (2018), ‘Innovation assessment: governing through periods of disruptive technological change’, Journal of European Public Policy, 25(12): 1855-1873. Available online at: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13501763.2017.1363805
 
Publications sorted by:
2022
Ellen Palm; Jacob Hasselbalch; Karl Holmberg; Tobias Dan Nielsen / Narrating Plastics Governance : Policy Narratives in the European Plastics Strategy.
In: Environmental Politics, Vol. 31, No. 3, 5.2022, p. 365-385
Journal article > peer review
2021
George Christou; Jacob Hasselbalch / Conclusions : Global Complexity, Networks, and the Role of EU and European Actors.
In: Global Networks and European Actors: Navigating and Managing Complexity. . ed. /George Christou; Jacob Hasselbalch. Abingdon : Routledge 2021, p. 213-222 (Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism Series)
Book chapter > peer review
George Christou (Editor) ; Jacob Hasselbalch (Editor) / Global Networks and European Actors : Navigating and Managing Complexity.
Abingdon : Routledge 2021, 234 p. (Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism Series)
Anthology > peer review
George Christou; Jacob Hasselbalch / Introduction : Networks, Complexity, and the Global Order.
In: Global Networks and European Actors: Navigating and Managing Complexity. ed. /George Christou; Jacob Hasselbalch. Abingdon : Routledge 2021, p. 1-14 (Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism Series)
Book chapter > peer review
Ekaterina Chertkovskaya; Jacob Hasselbalch; Johannes Stripple / Shedding the ‘Skin of Commerce’? : Prefigurative Organizing in Zero-waste Retail.
Paper presented at Building Alternative Livelihoods in Times of Ecological and Political Crisis, 2021
Paper
Jacob Hasselbalch; Mark Cooper; Ludwig Bengtsson Sonesson; Johannes Stripple / ‘Show us Your Numbers!’ : Life Cycle Assessments as Marketing Devices.
Paper presented at SASE 33rd Annual Conference 2021 - Virtual, 2021
Paper
2020
Jacob Hasselbalch / Growth in the Circular Economy : An Institutional History of the EU Plastics Strategy.
Paper presented at 7th European Workshops in International Studies EWIS 2020 CANCELLED, 2020
Paper
Tobias D. Nielsen; Jacob Hasselbalch; Karl Holmberg; Johannes Stripple / Politics and the Plastic Crisis : A Review throughout the Plastic Life Cycle.
In: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2020
Review > peer review
Bregje van Veelen; Jacob Hasselbalch / Power and Politics in Plastics Research : A Critique of ‘Whither Plastics? Petrochemicals, Plastics and Sustainability in a Garbage-riddled World.
In: Energy Research & Social Science, Vol. 61, 3.2020
Review > peer review
Jacob Hasselbalch; Eleni Tsingou / Regulatory Networks and Policy Communities
In: Governance and Politics in the Post-Crisis European Union . ed. /Ramona Coman; Amandine Crespy; Vivien A. Schmidt. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 2020, p. 74-93
Book chapter > peer review
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Research Projects
Outside activities

2021
Archipel&Co, Cambridge, United Kingdom
April - May (5 days)
Consultancy work

2020
Lund University
Postdoctoral researcher (20%)

2019
Lund University
Postdoctoral researcher (20%)

2018
No outside activities to report