Civilsamfundet
CBS Center for Civilsamfundsstudier

Medarbejdere

Medarbejdere

Liv Egholm Feldt

Liv Egholm Feldt

Lektor, Centerleder

E-mail: le.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3587

Min forskning undersøger hvorledes forandringer og udviklinger i kulturer og identiteter bliver beskrevet, fortolket, institutionaliseret og brugt til at handle og reagerer i både nutidigt som fortidigt perspektiv. Mine empiriske interesser strækker sig fra rejseberetninger og kulturmøder i 1500 tallet over samtidige expatrierede og globale teams i organisationer og institutioner til filantropiske organisationer.

Anker Brink Lund

Anker Brink Lund

Professor, Forskningskoordinator

E-mail: abl.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3599

Min forskning handler især om fonde og foreninger i krydsfeltet mellem stat og marked. P.t. deltager jeg i tre internationale forskningsprojekter: Comparative Analyses of Associative Governance in Norden (med Haldor Byrkjeflot), Media Ownership in Scandinavia (med forskerkolleger fra Norge og Sverige), og Public Benefit Foundaitons in Europe (sammen med et forskerkonsortium med deltagere fra Spanien, Skotland, Tyskland og Ungarn). Desuden deltager jeg gerne i den offentlige debat, bl.a. med udgangspunkt i bogen A-Å om civile samfund (skrevet sammen med Gitte Meyer).

 

 
Dimitra Makri Andersen

Dimtra Makri Andersen

Ph.D.-Studerende

E-mail: dma.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3552

Dimitra Makri Andersen is a PhD Fellow in the Department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School. She holds a BA in Business Administration and Sociology and an M.Sc in Strategy, Organization and Leadership, both from Copenhagen Business School. She has practical experience on working with different issues pertaining to civil society and organization, as she has held different positions as a trade union leader for almost ten years. Her research thesis at the masters level examined the phenomenon of co-creative innovation within online brand communities. Her present research project (March 2017 - April 2019) is the CISTAS subproject concerning Civil Society and Organizational Forms and focuses on studying cross-sector collaborations between Danish civil society organizations and public and business organizations.

Haldor Byrkjeflot

Haldor Byrkjeflot

Professor

E-mail: haldor.byrkjeflot@gmail.com

Haldor Byrkjeflot is Professor at Department of Sociology and Human Geography at University of Oslo and since 2016 has been the Academic Director of ‘UiO Nordic’, one of three strategic priority areas at University of Oslo (UiO) and since 2018 chair of the board or ReNEW, a Nordic university hub. He has a Phd in Administration and Organization Theory from University of Bergen and has been graduate student at department of Sociology at University of Berkeley as well as visiting scholar at OECD, Paris SCANCOR, University of Stanford, Max Planck Institute for the study of societies, Cologne, EHESS, Paris, Center for historical-comparative studies of societies at Freie Universität, Berlin and department of organization at CBS, Copenhagen.

Søren Christensen

Søren Christensen

Ph.d.-studerende

E-mail: schr@ruc.dk

Cand.mag. i Filosofi & Politisk Teori, Århus Universitet. Lektor Professionshøjskolen Absalon og Ph.d. studerende i et samarbejde ml. RUC (Institut for Mennesker og Teknologi - By, Plan og Proces og tilknyttet MOSPUS forskningsprogram), CBS (Center for Civilsamfundsstudier) og Professionshøjskolen Absalon.

Mit Ph.d. projekt har udgangspunkt i den spirende og (vildt-)voksende forskning om ’urban farming’ og ’urban community gardening’ og særligt deres potentialer ift. at skabe social kapital og civilt engagement, der ses som bidrag til at løse samfundsmæssige udfordringer knyttet til fremtidens bæredygtige byer.

Maj Lervad Grasten

Maj Lervad Grasten

Post-Doc

E-mail: mlg.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3574

Maj Grasten is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy. Her research sits at the intersection of the fields of International Relations and International Law, with a particular focus on international organizations and legal bodies, transnational governance, experts and knowledge production in international law. Her research deploys multi-sited ethnographic methods in tracking how global policy processes are developed and structured. She has been a visiting fellow at Freie Universität Berlin, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. She is currently affiliated the research project ‘Civil Society in the Shadow of the State (CISTAS).

Mathias Hein Jessen

Mathias Hein Jessen

Adjunkt

E-mail: mhj.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3573

Mathias Hein Jessen is a post doc at the Department of Business and Politics, CBS, and part of the CISTAS-project. He holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration and Philosophy from CBS and an MA and PhD in The History of Ideas from Aarhus University. He has worked extensively on the history of political and economic thought as well as contemporary sociology and political theory and philosophy. He works in the cross-field between philosophy, politics, economics, law, sociology and history (of ideas). He is interested in the interrelation between state, market and civil society. His current work concentrates on how the distinction and demarcation between state, market and civil society is constantly produced and constructed and how this entails a construction of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ civil society.

Lars Bo Kaspersen

Lars Bo Kaspersen

Professor

E-mail: lbk.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3542

Lars Bo Kaspersen, (b. 1961), BA (Copenhagen), MA (Copenhagen), MA (Sussex), PhD (Aarhus), Professor, Head of the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. Has published widely on social theory and political sociology. Author of among other publications 'Anthony Giddens - an introduction to a Social Theorist', and ‘Denmark in the world’. Kaspersen’s research areas are state formation processes in Europe, the transformation of the welfare state, sociology of war, civil society (including the idea of associative democracy), social theory, in particular relational theory. Together with Norman Gabriel he is working on a book about Norbert Elias’s political sociology. Kaspersen teaches history, politics, and sociology.

Christiane Mossin

Christiane Mossin

Post-Doc

E-mail: cmo.mpp@cbs.dk

Christiane Mossin is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen. She has a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Copenhagen and a phD from Copenhagen Business School, the latter obtained on the basis of an interdisciplinary dissertation conducted in the intersection between law, political philosophy and philosophy of law. Her work owns to continental philosophical traditions and is oriented towards contemporary social, political and legal issues. Her present research concerns the relationship between democracy and civil society and focuses on a Danish historical and contemporary context.

Andreas Møller Mulvad

Andreas Møller Mulvad

Adjunkt

E-mail: amm.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3539

Jeg forsker i den historiske udvikling og sociologiske dynamik i konkurrerende nationale ’varianter af kapitalisme’. Jeg fokuserer på to områder, Skandinavien og Kina. Jeg stræber efter at vise hvordan nationale udviklingsprojekter og varianter af kapitalisme aldrig opstår naturligt og gnidningsfrit, men altid er politisk omdiskuterede. Dette gør jeg ved hjælp af sammenlignende kortlægninger af nationale felter for ideologisk og politisk kamp, som disse udvikler sig over tid. Jeg er særligt interesseret i den komplicerede relation mellem civilsamfund, kapitalisme og demokrati. Min teoretiske hovedambition er at øge kendskabet til folkelig republikanisme, en radikaldemokratisk politisk tradition som i dag er blevet overskygget af liberalismen.

Anders Sevelsted

Anders Sevelsted

Adjunkt

E-mail: ase.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3998

My current research is on concerns the origins of the early welfare state ‘avant la lettre’ at the turn of the 20th century. I propose that a ‘moral elite’, consisting of medical doctors, priests, business men, politicians and others, connected these different spheres and shaped central features of the developmental path toward the later welfare state. Using both quantitative (network analysis) and qualitative methods, the project aims to identify, describe, and trace the effects of this elite from ca. 1891 (first Danish pension reform) to ca. 1933 (social reform).

My work is thus situated at the cross roads between voluntarism, philanthropy, social movements, welfare history, and elite studies.

My current post doc project is financed by the Carlsberg Foundation.

Katja Isa Sørensen

Katja Isa Sørensen

Videnskabelig Assistent

E-mail: kis.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3511

Katja er videnskabelig assistent på Center for Civilsamfundsstudier og er uddannet sociolog fra Københavns Universitet. Katja har speciale i social ulighed med fokus på køn og arbejdsmarked.

Ud over uddannelsen som sociolog har Katja også taget Tillægsuddannelsen i Journalistik ved AU og Danmarks Medie- og Journalisthøjskole. Hun har tidligere skrevet om Civilsamfundsstof på Altinget.dk, og desuden har hun skrevet sociologiske artikler for Cover Magazine.

 

 
Kathrine Poulsen

Kathrine Poulsen

Studentermedhjælper

E-mail: kp.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 3815 3599

Kathrine studerer Forvaltning ved Roskilde Universitet og er studentermedhjælp på Center for Civilsamfundsstudier.

Frederik Winther Nielsen

Frederik Winther Nielsen

Studentermedhjælper

E-mail: fwn.mpp@cbs.dk
Tlf.: +45 21 41 82 66

Frederik studerer Business Administration & Information Systems (Data Science) ved Copenhagen Business School og er studentermedhjælp på Center for Civilsamfundsstudier.

 

 

Affilierede forskere

  • Sidsel Eriksen, Lektor, Københavns Universitet

  • Maria Figueroa, Adjunkt, CBS Department of Management, Society & Communication

  • Marta Rey Garcia, Professor, Universida A la Coruna

  • Kirsten Grønbjerg, Professor, University of Indiana

  • Gurli Jacobsen, Senior Reseracher

  • Konstantin Kehl, Professor, Zürich University of Applied Sciences

  • Lita Sander Lundquist, Professor Emeritus

  • Leif Lønsmann, Affilieret seniorforsker

  • Gitte Meyer, Affilieret seniorforsker

  • Halvard Moe, Professor, University of Bergen

  • Hannu Nirminen, Professor & Dekan, University of Helsinki

  • Christian Nissen, Private Public Service Researcher

  • Jonas Ohlsson, Professor, University of Gothenburg

  • Johan Roppen, Professor, University College of Volda

  • Volker Then, Research director, Center for Social Investment, University of Heidelberg

  • Uffe Østergaard, Professor Emeritus