Institut for Organisation
I am interested in the interrelation between Sociology and International Political Economy. My research is focused on how the use of artificial intelligence and algorithms affect professional work, expertise, and the transnational governance of the insurance sector. I also investigate the social and economic consequences of algorithmic decision-making more broadly. My secondary research interest is on subjective wellbeing, wellbeing professionals, wellbeing governance and the Wellbeing Economy.
My analytical approach is mostly quantitative, drawing on established methods found in Relational Sociology and International Political Economy including social network analysis, multiple correspondence analysis, and career sequence analysis. I am also interested in text mining, web scraping and data visualization.
- Professionals in International Political Economy
- Sociology of Insurance
- Transnational governance
- Subjective Wellbeing
- Virksomhedsstrategi i et netværksperspektiv, HA i Europæisk Business
- Comparative Political Economy, Bsc in International Business and Politics
I: Social Sciences & Humanities Open, Vol. 8, Nr. 1, 1.2023
Roskilde : Roskilde Universitet 2022, 55 s.
Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers 2021, 61 s. (Nord, Nr. 2021:049) (Analysis / Nordic Council of Ministers, Nr. 02/2021)
København : Kommunikationsforum 7.9.2022
No outside activities to report
Teaching Assistance on course on the science of happiness
August (15 hours per week)
The Happiness Research Institute
Data analysis on surveys for happiness research
April - May (3-4 hours per week)
Roskilde University (February)
Roskilde University (November-December)