phjioa

Department of Organization

Peter Holm
Jacobsen
Postdoc
,
Ph.d. fellow


Room: KIL/14.A-4.44
E-mail: phj.ioa@cbs.dk
Presentation

In my post.doc Organizing Energy Consumptions I study a market for flexible electricity consumption. In the project I conduct qualitative studies of how energy consumers and their households participate in the experimental market setup.  
Before I started researching energy markets and consumption practices I have studied the early phases of construction projects. More specifically, I have conducted several ethnographic studies of how architectural competitions are organized to select building designs and design teams.

I have also conducted studies of projects in design and construction industry with interest in project management, innovation and learning.  
 

Primary research areas

Organization theory

Organization of markets and competitions

Project management

Qualitative method
 

Links
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/phjioa
Courses

Organisationsanalyse, (HA, Almen)

Organisationsteori (HA, Europæisk Business)

Supervision

First year projects (HA, projektledelse)

Bachelor projects (HA, projektledelse)

Master thesis (within my research areas)

Selected publications

Kreiner, K., Jacobsen, P. H., & Jensen, D. T. (2011). Dialogues and the problems of knowing: Reinventing the architectural competition. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 27(1), 160-166.

Jacobsen, P. H., & Kreiner, K. (2012). Dialog og konkurrence: eksperimenter med nye arkitektkonkurrenceformer. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur.

Jacobsen, P. H., & Kamstrup, A. (2017). Jury board at work - Evaluation of architecture and process. In J. Silberberger & I. Strebel (Eds.), Architecture Competition - project design and the building process. London: Routledge.
 

Publications sorted by:
2019
Kjell Tryggestad; Chris Harty; Peter Holm Jacobsen / Bringing the Building Back In : Implications for Studying Organizations.
In: Context in Action and How to Study It: Illustrations from Health Care. . ed. /Ninna Meier; Sue Dopson. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2019, p. 104-121
Book chapter > peer review
Peter H. Jacobsen; Trine Pallesen; Jakob Schytte Jørgensen; Peter Buhler / Customer Comfort When Delivering Flexibility to Aggregators (Comfort)
Frederiksberg : Ecogrid 2019, 26 p.
Report
Peter H. Jacobsen; Trine Pallesen / Customers' Willingness and Ability to Offer Flexibility
Frederiksberg : Ecogrid 2019, 24 p.
Report
Erik Axel; Janni Berthou Hermansen; Peter H. Jacobsen / The Aesthetic as an Aspect of Praxis : Architectural Design as a Cooperative Endeavor .
In: Outlines. Critical Practice Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1, 2019, p. 26-46
Journal article > peer review
2018
Trine Pallesen; Peter H. Jacobsen / Articulation Work from the Middle : A Study of How Technicians Mediate Users and Technology.
In: New Technology, Work and Employment, Vol. 33, No. 2, 7.2018, p. 171-186
Journal article > peer review
Peter H. Jacobsen; Trine Pallesen / Evaluation HS2 : Consumers' Acceptance of Aggregator Products.
Frederiksberg : Ecogrid 2018, 26 p.
Report
Andreas Kamstrup; Peter H. Jacobsen / Organising for Openness : What Happens When Crowdsourcing Encounters the Architectural Competition?.
In: Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2018, p. 35-64
Journal article > peer review
Trine Pallesen; Peter Holm Jacobsen / Solving Infrastructural Concerns Through a Market Reorganization : A Case Study of a Danish Smart Grid Demonstration.
In: Energy Research & Social Science, Vol. 41, 7.2018, p. 80-88
Journal article > peer review
2017
Peter Holm Jacobsen; Trine Pallesen / Flexible Consumption : A Consumer Perspective.
Frederiksberg : Ecogrid 2017, 38 p.
Report
Peter Holm Jacobsen; Andreas Kamstrup / Jury Board at Work : Evaluation of Architecture and Process.
In: Architecture Competition: Project Design and the Building Process. . ed. /Ignaz Strebel; Jan Silberberger. Abingdon : Routledge 2017, p. 103-116 (Design and the Built Environment)
Book chapter > peer review
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Outside activities

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2019
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2018
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