Public-Private

Clusters

 

The CBS Public-Private clusters

The Public-Private has developed ten clusters under its umbrella. The members within the respective clusters meet during the year to discuss their theme, hold seminars and develop research proposals together. Each cluster is facilitated by a CBS researcher with a special interest and expertise in the field. CBS researchers, who are interested in joining one or more of the clusters should contact the CBS Public-Private and/or the respective cluster facilitator(s)

Law Enforcement and Armed Forces
The cluster LEAF (Law Enforcement and Armed Forces) focuses on police and military organisations and questions on the organisation of security within society and in relation to public-private potentials and dilemmas. The interdisciplinary subjects of research that is being engaged with by the cluster members include a range of inter-related organisational topics – change, control, risk, culture, leadership, ethics, work, diversity, social responsibility and innovation – as well as societal questions relating to the role of the state, political organisations and the privatisation of security.

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Facilitators: Mia Hartmann (Department of Operations Management) and Rasmus Koss Hartmann (Department of Operations Management)

CBS Researchers

Anna Leander (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Anne Roelsgaard Obling (Department of Organization)
Dan Kärreman (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Elisabeth Naima Mikkelsen (Department of Organization)
Hans Krause Hansen  (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Mette Mogensen (Department of Organization)
Mikkel Flyverbom (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Paul du Gay (Department of Organization)
Peter Skærbæk (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Sara Louise Muhr (Department of Organization)
Vilhelm Holsting (Department of Operations Management)

Markets and Valuation
The cluster ‘Markets and Valuation wishes to encourage discussions relating to the practical organisation and valuation of markets more generally, by raising issues such as: what are the consequences of the proliferation of valuation devices in the strategy of public and private organizations; the financialization or extension of finance metrics and devices into new areas; and how do different modes of valuing – or orders of worth - cohabit in markets.

Facilitators: José Ossandón (Department of Organization), Trine Pallesen (Department of Organization), Christian Frankel (Department of Organization)

CBS Researchers

Ann-Christina Petersen Lange (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Christian Borch (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Erik Højbjerg (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Frederik Larsen (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Isabel Pedraza (Department of Operations Management)
Kristina Vaarst Andersen (Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics)
Peter Skærbæk (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Rasmus Ploug Jenle (Department of Organization)
Richard Pucci (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Stefan Schwarzkopf (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Tim Neerup Themsen (Department of Accounting and Auditing)

External members

Björn Hasselgren (Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, Sweden)
Dean Pierides (University of Melbourne)
Satu Reijonen (The Secretariat to the Nordic Council of Ministers)
Peter Karnøe (Aalborg University)
Susse Georg (Aalborg University)
Power, rewards and inequality

Content: The objective of this cluster is to develop a more nuanced understanding of the relation between power, rewards and inequality - and thereby advance a CBS research agenda within this area. 

In democratic societies, citizens have the power to elect politicians that will defend these citizens’ interest. Why do the voters then hand over power to politicians and parties that seem to accept and facilitate an increased accumulation of capital among the top 1%? The answers to this question require an in-depth understanding of the links between power, rewards and inequality and more specific research questions are needed to dig into this. First, there is a need to understand the balance and interlinkages between the political and economic elites. Second, there is a need to get a more nuanced understanding of the rewards at the top of both the public and private sector, including non-pecuniary rewards such as status, power and well-being. Third, there is a need to understand how globalization affects the interlinkage between power, rewards and inequality.



Facilitator: Rasmus Tue Pedersen (Department of business and politics) 

CBS Researchers

Anna Leander (Department of Business and Politics)
Ari Kokko (Department of International Economics and Management)
Benedikte Brincker (Department of Business and Politics)
Caroline Aggestam Pontoppidan (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Duncan Wigan (Department of Business and Politics)
Erik Højbjerg (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Hans Krause Hansen (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Julia Kirch Kirkegaard (Department of Business and Politics)
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard (Department of International Economics and Management)
Louise Lyngfeldt Gorm Hansen (Department of International Economics and Management)
Sameer Azizi (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Steven Højlund (Department of Business and Politics)
Susana Borras (Department of Business and Politics)

External members

Jette Steen Knudsen (Copenhagen University)

Health Governance
The cluster ‘Health’ focuses on issues of different issues of health under the public-private umbrella. Research themes investigated by the cluster members includes governance of health in different organizational levels; health partnering, healthcare management as well as healthcare politics and policies. The Health cluster links to Center for Health Management at Department of Organization.

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Facilitators Susanne Boch Waldorff (Department of Organization) & Kirstine Zinck Pedersen (Department of Organization)

CBS Researchers

Allan Hansen (Department of Operations Management)
Amalie Hauge-Helgestad (Department of Organization)
Anne Reff-Pedersen (Department of Organization)
Anne Roelsgaard Obling (Department of Organization)
Holger Højlund (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Ivar Friis (Department of Operations Management)
Kjell Tryggestad (Department of Organization)
Magnus Larsson (Department of Organization)
Maya Flensborg Jensen (Department of Organization)
Mette Brehm Johansen (Department of Organization)
Morten Knudsen (Department of Organization)
Ninna Meier (Department of Organization)
Signe Vikkelsø (Department of Organization)
Sofia Pemsel (Department of Organization)
Vibeke Kristine Scheller (Department of Organization)

External members
Anja Svejgaard Pors (Metropolitan University College)
Peter Kjær (Roskilde University)
Nanna Mik-Meyer (SFI)
Marie Henriette Madsen (KORA)
Mixed modes of infrastructure governance
The cluster ‘Law and Governance of infrastructure projects’ looks at different forms and elements of Public-Private partnerships. Members of the cluster research themes such as at the institutional format for partnerships; issues of accountability therein; political reforms, different forms of standards; legal complications and possibilities for and in partnerships and competition as well as procurement and outsourcing.

Facilitator: Marie Louise Holle (Law Department)

CBS Researchers

Anette Boom (Department of Economics)
Anna Leander (Department of Business and Politics)
Annette Risberg (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Anker Brink Lund (Department of Business and Politics)
Björn Lundqvist (Law Department)
Caroline Aggestam Pontoppidan (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Carsten Greve (Department of Business and Politics)
Carsten Rohde (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Catherine Casler (Department of Organization)
Cédric Schneider (Department of Economics)
Carsten Sørensen (Department of Finance)
Charlotte Biil (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Christiane Stelling (Department of Business and Politics)
David Lando (Department of Finance)
Erik Højbjerg (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Finn Valentin (Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics)
Grith Ølykke (Department of Economics)
Henrik Lando (Law Department)
Jytte Grambo Larsen (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Lene Tolstrup Christensen (Department of Business and Politics)
Linne Marie Lauesen (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Lisbeth la Cour (Department of Economics)
Liv Egholm Feldt (Department of Business and Politics)
Marie-Louise Holle (Law Department)
Mette Mogensen (Department of Organization)
Pascalis Raimondos-Møller (Department of Economics)
Paula Guillet de Monthoux (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Peter Skærbæk (Department of Accounting and Auditing)
Peter Møllgaard (Dean's Office of Research)
Robyn Remke (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Sarah Maria Denta (Law Department)
Sofie Dam (Department of Business and Politics)
Søren Bo Nielsen (Department of Economics)
Kjell Tryggestad (Department of Organization)

External members

Carina Risvig Hamer (University of Southern Denmark)
Jette Steen Knudsen (Copenhagen University)
Kim Østergaard (University of Southern Denmark)
Shifting Forms of Public Governance
The cluster ‘Shifting forms of public governance’ focuses on the different issues around the public sector. Research themes include: how private sector management influences management in the public sector; modernization of and change in the public sector; as well as understanding Public-Private partnerships in a sociological perspective.



Facilitator: Niels Åkerstrøm Andersen (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)

CBS Researchers

Amalie Hauge-Helgestad (Department of Organization)
Anders la Cour (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Anna Leander (Department of Business and Politics)
Anne Reff-Pedersen (Department of Organization)
Annette Risberg (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Birgitte Gorm Hansen (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Camilla Sløk (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Charlotte Biil (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Christa Breum Amhøj (Department of Operations Management)
Dan Kärreman (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Dorthe Pedersen (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Erik Højbjerg (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Helene Ratner (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Holger Højlund (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Justine Grønbæk Pors (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Karen Boll (Department of Organization)
Karin Buhmann (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Kaspar Villadsen (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Kathrine Hoffmann Pii (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Kirstine Zinck Pedersen (Department of Organization)
Lene Holm Pedersen (Department of Business and Politics)
Lotte Jensen (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Marie-Louise Holle (Law Department)
Martin Bæk Carstensen (Department of Business and Politics)
Maya Flensborg Jensen (Department of Organization)
Mie Plotnikof (Department of Operations Management)
Morten Froholdt (Department of Business and Politics)
Morten Knudsen (Department of Organization)
Niels Thyge Thygesen (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Paul du Gay (Department of Organization)
Poul Fritz Kjær (Department of Business and Politics)
Robyn Remke (Department of Intercultural Communication and Management)
Stine Hald (Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy)
Susanne Boch Waldorff (Department of Organization)

External members

Jesper Christiansen (MindLab)
Klaus Majgaard
Diversity and Difference
The Diversity and Difference cluster is founded on the rationale, that questions of diversity in the workplace have a long history of being placed at the intersection of public and private concerns. But when diversity issues, e.g. inclusion of minorities in the workplace, were first voiced, they were mainly seen as public concerns and handled as such through, for example, anti-discrimination laws. A private discourse of diversity as a business case was, however, quickly adopted. More recently, a discussion of diversity as a question of negotiating public and private identities has also emerged. Diversity at the workplace, in its varied guises, continues to be a pressing issue to public as well as to private companies just as it is a field of growing scholarly concern. The synergies and frictions of theory and practice continue to provoke new hands-on insights and to generate further research questions.

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Facilitators: Sara Louise Muhr (Department of Organization) Annette Risberg (Department of Management, Society and Communication, and Sine Nørholm Just (Department of Business and Politics) 

CBS Researchers
Lotte Holck, IOA, lho.ioa@cbs.dk
Mikkel Marfelt, IOA, mmm.ioa@cbs.dk
Jawwad Raja, OM, jr.om@cbs.dk
Minna Paunova, IBC, mp.ibc@cbs.dk
Ana Maria Munar, INT, amm.int@cbs.dk
Ana Alacovska, IKL, aa.ikl@cbs.dk
Elizabeth Benedict Christensen, IBC, ebc.ibc@cbs.dk
Florence Villeseche, fv.int@cbs.dk
Lauren McCarthy, lmc.ikl@cbs.dk
Anne-Marie Søderberg, IKL, ams.ikl@cbs.dk
Ester Barinaga, MPP, eb.mpp@cbs.dk


External members

Ann Rippin, Universiy of Bristol, Ann.Rippin@bristol.ac.uk
Karen Ashcraft, University of Colorado, Boulder, karen.ashcraft@colorado.edu
Patrice Buzzanell, Purdue University, buzzanel@purdue.edu
Martin Parker, University of Leicester, m.parker@le.ac.uk
Mustafa Özbilgin, Brunel University, London, Mustafa.Ozbilgin@brunel.ac.uk
Laurence Romani, Stocjholm School of Economics, Laurence.Romani@hhs.se
Robyn Remke, Lancaster University, r.remke@lancaster.ac.uk
Prof Jackie Ford, University of Bradford, j.m.ford@bradford.ac.uk
 
State, History and Bureaucracy

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Facilitators: Paul du Gay (Department of Organization) and Thomas Lopdrup-Hjorth (Department of Organization) 

 

Public Sector Reading Group

Sidst opdateret: Public-Private Platform // 04/09/2017