ceksi

Department of Strategy and Innovation

Christian Erik
Kampmann
Associate professor
,
ph.d


Room: KIL/14.A-3.64
Tel:
+4538152381
E-mail: cek.si@cbs.dk
Presentation

I have a background in engineering from DTU and a Ph.D. in management from MIT.  My specialty is system dynamics, a field applying concepts from engineering control theory to socio-economic problems.  Much of my academic research has been on methods to improve the analytical tools for system dynamics.  Substantively, my interests center on the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy, particularly in the transportation sector.

Primary research areas
  • System dynamics analysis
  • Sustainable energy development
  • Electric mobility
  • Green urban mobility
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/ceksi
Courses
  • V89: Introduction to System Dynamics (cand. merc. elective, same as DTU 2491)
  • 2491: Introduction to System Dynamics (DTU graduate elective, same as V89).
  • V91: Sustainable Business Strategy and Innovation (cand. merc. elective)
  • MI51: Strategy and Market Development (cand.merc. MIB mandatory)
  • MI40: Integrated project (cand.merc. MIB mandatory)
  • QBR: Quantitative Business Research (B.Sc. BLC mandatory)
Supervision
  • M.Sc. theses under current supervision:
  • "Product service systems and sustainability: Drivers and barriers"
  • "Business models for electric urban mobility"
Other teaching activities
  • Coordinator for cand. merc. Minor in Sustainable Business.
Selected publications
  • Kampmann, CE (2012). Feedback loop gains and system behavior.  System Dynamics Review (forthcoming)
  • Kampmann, CE; Oliva, R (2009). Analytical methods for structural dominance analysis in system dynamics. Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science, SpringerVerlag, New York: 8948-8967.
  • Saleh, M; Oliva, R; Kampmann, CE; Davidsen, P (2010). A omprehensive Analytical Approach for Policy Analysis of System Dynamics Models.  European Journal of Operations Research. 203(3): 673-683.
  • Kampmann, CE; Oliva, R (2006). Loop eigenvalue elasticity analysis: three case studies.  System Dynamics Review.  22(2):  141–162.
Publications sorted by:
2014
Christian Erik Kampmann; John D. Sterman / Do Markets Mitigate Misperceptions of Feedback?
In: System Dynamics Review, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2014, p. 123-160
Journal article > peer review
2012
Christian Erik Kampmann / Feedback Loop Gains and Feedback Behavior (1996)
In: System Dynamics Review, Vol. 28, No. 4, 10.2012, p. 370-395
Journal article > peer review
2010
Mohamed Saleh; Rogelio Oliva; Christian Erik Kampmann; Pål I. Davidsen / A Comprehensive Analytical Approach for Policy Analysis of System Dynamics Models
In: European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 203, No. 3, 2010, p. 673-683
Journal article > peer review
2009
Christian Erik Kampmann; Rogelio Oliva / Analytical Methods for Structural Dominance Analysis in System Dynamics
In: Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science. ed. /R. Meyers. Vol. 19, London : Springer Science+Business Media 2009, p. 8948-8967
Book chapter > peer review
2008
Christian Erik Kampmann; Rogelio Oliva / Structural Dominance Analysis and Theory Building in System Dynamics
In: Systems Research and Behavioral Science, No. 25, 2008, p. 505-519
Journal article > peer review
2006
Mohamed Saleh; Rogelio Oliva; Pål Davidsen; Christian Erik Kampmann / Eigenvalue Analysis of System Dynamics Models : Another Perspective.
Paper presented at Proceedings of the 2006 International System Dynamics Conference, Nijmegen, Holland, 2006
Paper
Christian Erik Kampmann; Rogelio Oliva / Loop eigenvalue elasticity analysis : Three case studies.
In: System Dynamics Review, Vol. 22, No. 2, 2006, p. 141-162
Journal article > peer review