Professor Daniel Hjorth works with the Responsible and Sustainable Business Lab research centre, and with the Innovation, Digitization, Entrepreneurship and Operations (IDEO) research centre at Nottingham Business School.
Dr.Ph., Prof. at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark (since 2006) where he has also headed up the Entrepreneurship Platform; Prof. at Nottingham Business School (fractional position) since 2016; Docent (Associate Prof.) at Linnaeus University, and Malmo University, Sweden, and Adjunct Professor at Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University, Japan, and Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies, an FT50-listed, 4* Journal, Editorial Board Member of journals such as Organization; Entrepreneurship, Theory & Practice; International Small Business Journal; Entrepreneurship and Regional Development.
- Organisational creativity and entrepreneurship
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Philosophy and business
- Art and management
Prof. at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, and Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies. Adjunct Prof. at Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University, working with them on Design Entrepreneurship. Member of the EGOS board (European Group for Organizational Studies.
Sponsors and collaborators
Hjorth, D. (2007) “Narrating the Entrepreneurial Event: Learnng from Shakespeare’s Iago”, Journal of Business Venturing, 22(5): 712-732
Hjorth, D. (2008) “Nordic Entrepreneurship Research”, Entrepreneurship, Theory & Practice, 32(2): 313-338.
Steyaert, C., Hjorth, D. and Gartner, B. (2011) “Six memos for a curious and imaginative future scholarship in entrepreneurship studies”, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 23(1-2): 1-7.
Hjorth, D. (2011) “Advancing Family Business Research through Narrative Analysis”, Family Business Review, 25(3): 339-355), (with Alexandra Dawson)
Hjorth, D. (2015) “Are Entrepreneurship, Communities, and Social Transformation Related?”, Journal of Management Inquiry, 24(4): 419-423.
Hjorth, D., Holt, R., and Steyaert, C. (2015) ‘Entrepreneurship Process Studies’, in International Small Business Journal, 33(6): 599-611.
Hjorth, D. and Dawson, A. (2016) “The burden of history in the family business organization,” Organization Studies, 37(8): 1089-1111.
Hjorth, D. and Holt, R. (2016) “It’s Entrepreneurship not Enterprise: Ai Weiwei as Entrepreneur”, Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 5: 50-54.
Austin, R., Hjorth, D., and Hessel, S. (2017) “How aesthetics and economy become conversant in creative firms,” Organization Studies, 36(8): 1095-1114.
Hjorth, D. and Reay T. (2017) “Organization Studies: Moving Entrepreneurially Ahead,” Organization Studies, 39(1): 7-18.
Steyaert, C. and Hjorth, D. (eds.) 2003, New Movements in Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Hjorth, D. and Steyaert, C. (eds.) 2004, Narrative and Discursive Approaches in Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Steyaert, C. and Hjorth, D. (2006) Entrepreneurship as Social Change. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Hjorth, D. and Steyaert, C. (2009) The Politics and Aesthetics of Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Hjorth, D. (ed.) (2012) Handbook of Organizational Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (November)
Helin, J., Hernes, T., Hjorth, D., and Holt, R. (Eds) (2014) Oxford handbook on Process Philosophy and Organization Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press.See all of Daniel Hjorth's publications...