Michael Wendelboe Hansen

Associate Professor

Room: DAL/2Ø.029

Tel: +4538153146

E-mail: mwh.msc@cbs.dk

P R I M A R Y R E S E A R C H A R E A S


  • International business
  • Firm strategy, organization and management in emerging markets
  • Private sector development
  • Spillover and linkage effects
  • Foreign direct investment in and from developing countries




C O U R S E S


  • International Business and Economic Development
  • Business Strategy in Developing Countries
  • Managing Foreign Direct Investment Projects




S E L E C T E D P U B L I C A T I O N S


  • Hansen, M.W. and Schaumburg–Müller, Firms in Developing Countries: A theoretical probe into the borderland of business studies and development studies. European Journal of Development Studies, Spring 2010.
  • Hansen, M.W., Torben Pedersen and Bent Petersen, MNC Strategies and Linkage Effect in Developing Countries. Journal of World Business, 2009
  • Hansen, M.W. et al., Change of Subsidiary Mandates in Emerging Markets: The Case of Danish MNCs in India Transnational Corporations Review Volume 3, Number 2 June 2011
  • Hansen, M.W., et al, Strategies in emerging markets, A Case book on Danish MNCs in China and India, Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press, 2010.
  • Rugraff, E. and M.W.Hansen (ed), Multinational corporations and local firms in emerging economies, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2011.




C O M M U N I C A T I O N


2013 Lars Buur ; Ole Therkildsen ; Michael W. Hansen; Anne Mette Kjær / Afrikas naturressourcer udfordrer dansk bistand
In: Jyllands-Posten, 25.10.2013, p. 35 Contribution to newspaper - Newspaper article 2011 Torben Pedersen; Marcus Møller Larsen; Michael W. Hansen / Bestseller - Facing a New Competitive Landscape in China
Vol. 9B11M054, Ontario : Ivey Publishing 2011, 20 p. Other contribution Michael W. Hansen; Marcus Møller Larsen; Torben Pedersen / Carlsberg in Emerging Markets
London : Ivey Publishing 2011, 12 p. Other contribution​ 2010 Michael Wendelbo Hansen; Henrik Skovby; Randi Wahlsten / Vores vækst ligger i udviklingslandene
In: Berlingske Tidende, No. Kultur & Debat, 23.11.2010, p. 9 Contribution to newspaper - Feature article 2001 Michael W. Hansen / Economic globalization, environment and development : spring 2001. Cand.Merc. course.
Frederiksberg : Samfundslitteratur 2001 Compendium/lecture notes 2000 Henrik Schaumburg-Müller; Michael W. Hansen / CMI development studies and intercultural business strategy. Vol. 2 : Texts for module 2 and 3. course readings. autumn 2000.
Frederiksberg : Samfundslitteratur 2000 Compendium/lecture notes Henrik Schaumburg-Müller; Michael W. Hansen / CMI development studies and intercultural business strategy. Vol. 3 : Texts for module 4. course readings. autumn 2000.
Frederiksberg : Samfundslitteratur 2000 Compendium/lecture notes Michael W. Hansen / Economic theories of transnational corporations, environment and development
København 2000 Other contribution 1999 Michael W. Hansen / Course in economic globalization, environment and development : autumn 1999. Cand.Merc.Int. course.
Frederiksberg : Samfundslitteratur 1999 Compendium/lecture notes Michael W. Hansen / Cross border environmental management in transnational corporations : an analytical framework.
In: Ukendt publiceringskanal, 1999 Journal article




I N T H E M E D I A


2018 IFU 50th Anniversary Film 07/06/2018 // IFU. Investeringsfonden for Udviklingslande 2017 CBS-studerende kan løse opgaver for virksomheder 17/05/2017 // Di.dk (Dansk Industri) // Felix Bekkersgaard Stark Nyt stærkere u-landsråd ventes at få konkret indflydelse på bistanden 02/03/2017 // Globalnyt.dk // Jesper Søe 2014 Udenlandske investeringer drejer uden om fattige lande 28/02/2014 // Kristeligt Dagblad // Ulla Poulsen 2013 Firmaer henter væksten i udlandet 10/12/2013 // Børsen // Jakob Skouboe 2010 Virksomheder går glip af indisk vækstboom 23/11/2010 // Børsen 1. sektion





My main research interest is related to firm strategy, organization and management in emerging markets and developing countries. A key theme is how conventional business theories and research methodologies need to be modified when we analyze firms in emerging markets and developing countries. Theoretically, I work with various IB theories and perspectives, including transaction cost economics, resource and capability perspectives, and spillover and linkage theories.  I have done extensive empirical research on Danish MNCs in developing countries and emerging markets, on outward FDI from developing countries (in particular from India), and on private sector development.

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