PhD defence: Fabian Heinrich Müller

In order to obtain the PhD degree, Fabian Heinrich Müller has submitted his thesis entitled: Valuation Reversed – When Valuators are Valuated: An Analysis of the Perception of and Reaction to Reviewers in Fine-Dining

 
Onsdag, 6 juni, 2018 - 13:00 to 15:00
Inspired by the proliferation of valuations in today’s society, this doctoral dissertation investigates the perception of the multiplicity of valuation devices by actors involved in and affected by the valuations. In particular, this dissertation gives an answer to the question: “How are multiple valuation devices valuated by actors in and around the devices in the Copenhagen fine-dining context and what are the implications of this valuation?” The thesis contributes (1) to the understanding of valuation by opening the black box of how valuation devices work, (2) to the understanding of multiplicity by arguing for the (inter-)relation of valuation devices in fine-dining, as well as (3) to the understanding of reactivity resulting from valuations.
 
Primary Supervisor:
Associate Professor Lise Justesen
Department of Organization
Copenhagen Business School
 
Secondary Supervisors:
Professor Jesper Strandgaard
Department of Organization
Copenhagen Business School
 
Professor Martin Kornberger
Department of Strategy and Organization
EM Lyon
 
Assessment Committee:
Professor Silviya Svejenova Velikova (Chair)
Department of Organization
Copenhagen Business School
 
Professor Emeritus Christel Lane
Department of Sociology
University of Cambridge
 
Professor Neil Pollock
School of Business
University of Edinburgh
 
Thesis:
 
Reception:
The Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies will host a reception, which will take place immediately after the defence in the IOA kitchen on the 4th floor.
 
 
Organised ny The Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies
Date 6 June 2018
Time 1 - 3 PM
Location Copenhagen Business School 
Kilevej 14A (Ks71)
2000 Frederiksberg 
 
Sidst opdateret: Communications // 06/06/2018