Department of Organization

PhD fellow

Room: KIL/14.A-4.50a
E-mail: jjo.ioa@cbs.dk

My research explores the phenomenon of FinTech and its organizational implications for the Danish financial sector. The project situates notions of emergent technologies as determining forces of change, or ‘disruption’, within the contingencies of organizational relations and everyday practice. My research examines the interrelations and dependencies between technology, organising, and organisations. Within this, I am interested in the role of data in contemporary financial services, as processes of digitalisation interact with legacy technological infrastructure and organisational practices.

The project also explores the nature of divergent temporalities in collaborations between FinTech entities and established financial institutions; along with exploring the ways in which the socio-materiality of FinTech platforms and interfaces reshape existing financial services. Multiple financial institutions in Denmark constitute the empirical context of the study, with a focus on their partnerships and collaborations with FinTech start-ups. Within this empirical context, an ethnographic approach explores the implications of FinTech in forms of reorganization within established financial institutions in Denmark. 

Primary research areas

•    Organization and technology
•    FinTech and digitalisation
•    Organizational ethnography


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Selected publications

Jones, J. Kværnø. The Significance of Boring FinTech: Technology Imaginaries and Value Vernaculars in Established Banks in Journal of Cultural Economy, 3 December 2021

Jones, J. Kværnø, A. 2019. When You Are in the Sea: where can you hide? Journal of Anthropological Films. Vol 3 (No.2).

Jones, J. 2019. Introduktion / Money and the Future. In Form, Relation, System, Fiktion: En antologi om nutidige og fremtidige pengesystemer. Gøtz, P. Aarup Hansen, J. Jones, J. Lauridsen, A. (Eds). Parole: Copenhagen.

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Jack Kværnø-Jones / The Significance of Boring FinTech : Technology Imaginaries and Value Vernaculars in Established Banks.
In: Journal of Cultural Economy, Vol. 15, No. 2, 4.2022, p. 232-246
Journal article > peer review
Jack Kværnø-Jones / Calculating Empires and Open Source Ambassadors : Constructing Banking Futures through Organising Fintech.
Abstract from Nordic Science and Technology Studies Conference 2021, 2021, p. 1
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
Jack Kværnø-Jones / Imagining Banking Futures : FinTech and the Politics of Technological Change.
Abstract from 36th EGOS Colloquium 2020, 2020, p. 1
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
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