Dr Jacob Hasselbalch is an Associate Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation and is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School. He currently works on the Horizon 2020 research project ‘European Legitimacy in Governing through Hard Times: the Role of European Networks’ (ENLIGHTEN), and has previously worked for the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).
Dr Hasselbalch’s research examines the the political and societal implications of disruptive technologies. His current work studies the challenges disruptive technologies present when they cause dramatic shifts in the arrangements of markets and organizations, and how regulators and civil society react to, take part in, and shape those changes.
- Disruption, innovation, and technology
- Regulation, governance, and public policy
- Framing and lobbying
- Hasselbalch, J. (2017) ‘Innovation Assessment: Governing through Periods of Disruptive Technological Change’. Journal of European Public Policy, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2017.1363805.
- Hasselbalch, J. (2016) ‘Professional Disruption in Health Regulation: Electronic Cigarettes in the European Union’. Journal of Professions and Organization 3(1): 62-85.
- Hasselbalch, J., N. Costa, and A. Blecken. (2015) ‘Investigating the Barriers to Sustainable Procurement in the United Nations’. In Klumpp, M., et al., (eds) Humanitarian Logistics and Sustainability. Springer, pp. 67-86.
- Hasselbalch, J., N. Costa, and A. Blecken. (2014) ‘Examining the Relationship Between the Barriers and Current Practices of Sustainable Procurement: A Survey of UN Organizations’. Journal of Public Procurement 14(3): 293-326.