Current scholars- Stanford
List of current scholars
Leonardo CorboUniversity of Bologna (Italy)
Andrea GeissingerThe Ratio Institute (Sweden)
Thomas HippUniversity of Mannheim (Germany)
Cristine Dyhrberg HøjgaardCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Angelos KostisUmeå University (Sweden)
Renate KratochvilBI Norwegian Business School (Norway)
Mathias Lund LarsenCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Olga LavrushevaAalto University School of Business (Finland)
Juan OcampoLund University (Sweden)
Sina SmidCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Outi VanharantaAalto School of Science (Finland)
|Institution||University of Bologna (Italy)|
My research is at the intersection between strategy and entrepreneurship. My current work focuses on two main areas: 1) inter-personal and inter-organizational networks in both mature (e.g., airline industry) and entrepreneurial settings (start-up incubators), and 2) business models, platforms, ecosystems (e.g., business model innovation, digital platforms emergence and evolution).
|Institution||The Ratio Institute (Sweden)|
|Department||School of Business|
My research area is situated on the intersection between digital innovation, organization studies, and sociology, and concerns the macro-level of how digital technology shifts lead to institutional and societal change. In short, I am intrigued by the platformization of social life.
Cristine Dyhrberg Højgaard
|Institution||Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)|
|Department||Management, Politics and Philosophy|
Cristine Dyhrberg Højgaard works in the research fields of civil society and organization studies, scrutinizing fluid modes of organizing in civil society. Based on a processual-relational ontology, she explores how such modes of organizing succeed in collective action, the role of social media herein and what characterizes engagement produced in such organizing. She engages with e.g. practice theory, debates on partial organization and ‘organizationality’, and at times draws on democratic theory. She is also very interested in the role of care and craft in fluidly organized civic engagement.
|Institution||Umeå University (Sweden)|
|Department||Department of Informatics|
My research focuses on the role of Artificial Intelligence in organizations and sheds light on underlying mechanisms through which digital transformation processes take place. In addition, my research interests include interpartner uncertainty and trusting processes in interorganizational relationships. I approach organizational phenomena through the lens of process philosophy.
|Institution||Aalto University School of Business (Finland)|
|Department||Management Studies, International Business|
My research focuses on the shifting meaning of location of management activities. My research interests include HQ relocation, related legitimacy judgements and symbolic value of location.