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Dr. Stephan Bohn

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Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in

Adresse
Boltzmannstr. 20
Raum 238
14195 Berlin

Research Interests

  • Organizational, Institutional Change, Digital Transition                                             

  • CSR, Sustainability, Energy Transition, Electromobility, Music Industry and Disruptive Technologies

  • Digital Humanities, Big Data Methods & Topic Modeling 

  • Institutional Theories, Legitimacy & Institutional Complexity 

Recent talks & publications

Bohn, S. (2018): Komplexität, Heterogenität und big data – (oder) Wie Machine Learning Algorithmen die explorative Analyse institutioneller Vielfalt erlauben. Nano-Paper. Munich.

Bohn, S.; Kunze, M.; Günther, M. (2018): Stressed and Shattered: Field-level Change and Consequences of High Degree Complexity in the German Energy Market. 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, August 10-14.

Bohn, S. (2018): Machine Learning & Topic Modeling. Combining Qualitative Research and Big Data. Digital Humanities Talks Free University of Berlin, June, 28.

Bohn, S.; Perendija, A;, Jha, H. K. (2018): Topic Modeling and Management Research. Mapping Fields with Big Data. AOM Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy. April 18-20.

Vigneau, L.; Risi, D.; Bohn, S. (2018): Literature Review of new Institutionalist Research on Corporate Social Responsibility: A Current and Future Research Agenda. 14th New Institutionalism Workshop. Mailand, March 16-17.

Forthcoming

Bohn, S.; Kunze, M.; Günther, M. (2019, forthcoming): Stressed and shattered: A topic modeling approach to capture the escalating complexity in the German energy market. WK ORG. Münster, Münster 14-15.

Bohn S.; Braun,T.; (2019, forthcoming): Field-configuring projects? How projects shape the meaning of electronic mobility in Germany. WK ORG. Münster, Münster 14-15.

Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (forthcoming): Does CSR terminate charity? – A case study of CSR-implementation in a German company. In: Sales, A. (eds.) Corporate Social Responsibility. Institutional and Organizational Perspectives. (in press)

Lehre & Praxis (Auszug)

2018: Eine Stakeholderperspektive auf das Scheitern von Großprojekten 2018/12 (Timo Braun, Stephan Bohn, L.M. Gaschler) https://www.gpm-ipma.de/know_how/publikationen/projektmanagement_aktuell/probelesen.html

SS 2018: Projektmanagement: Gescheiterte Großprojekte und der Flughafen BER (Timo Braun & Stephan Bohn)

WS 2017/2018: Field Configuring Projects und Elektromobilität_Forschungsseminar zur Frage wie Projekte die Entwicklung sowie öffentliche Wahrnehmung der Elektromobilität prägen? (Stephan Bohn & Timo Braun)

WS 2015/2016: Vorlesung Organisation I

Academic Positions  

 

10/2016 – present            Post-Doc
Chair for inter-firm cooperation
Free University of Berlin

DFG-Project (eingeworben 2016)
“The institutional complexity of the energiewende – A longitudinal study on framing and negotiation processes of the German energy transition"
10/2016 – present  Visiting scholar
WZB Berlin
10/2014 – 09/2016  Post-Doc Fellow                                                                  
Center for Empirical Research in Economics and Behavioral Sciences
University of Erfurt
12/2015 – 04/2016  Visiting scholar
Institute for Organization Studies
WU Wien
03/2011 – 04/2014 Research Fellow - German Research Foundation (DFG), Project: “Mastery of Bricolage or Lost in Translation?“
Chair of Organization, Leadership and HRM
School of Economics and Business Administration
Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
(05/2013 – 06/2013, parental leave)
09/2011 – 05/2014   DAAD-Fellow Transatlantic Doctoral Academy on Corporate Responsibility (German Academic Exchange Service); i.a. HEC Montreal and University of Toronto

 

Education and Academic Degrees

 

04/2014          

Ph.D. “The implementation of CSR in German high-tech companies – The process of the organizational handling of divergent institutional demands”

Friedrich Schiller University of Jena

10/2000 – 08/2005

Master of Arts and B.A.

University of Erfurt

Business Sciences, political and social sciences, communication science

Master’s thesis: “Organizational change and communication”

 

 

Additional Work Experience

 10/2004 –

12/2010          

Managing partner ames media

Publications

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2017): Refusing, connecting and playing off conflicting institutional demands. A longitudinal study on the organizational handling of the end of nuclear power, climate protection, and the energy turnaround in Germany. In: Mazza, Carmelo; Meyer, Renate E.; Krücken, Georg; Walgenbach, Peter (eds.) New Themes in Institutional Analysis: Topics and Issues from European Research. 

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (forthcoming): Does CSR terminate charity? – A case study of CSR-implementation in a German company. In: Beschorner, T. und Sales, A. (eds.) Corporate Social Responsibility. Institutional and Organizational Perspectives. (in press)

  • Bohn, S. (forthcoming): Neoinstitutionalismus und Gesellschaftliche Verantwortung. In: Backhaus-Maul, H.; Kunze, M., Nährlich, S. (eds.) Gesellschaftliche Verantwortung von Unternehmen in Deutschland. Springer. (in press)

  • Bohn, S.; Galander, A.; Walgenbach, P. (2015): The creativity of organizations in the taking of management panaceas – On the implementation of CSR in German high-tech firms. In: Ortenblad, Anders (eds.) Handbook of Research on Management Ideas and Panaceas: Adaptation and Context. 259-284.

  • Beyer, S.; Bohn, S.; Grünheid, T.; Händschke S.; Kerekes, R.; Müller J.; Walgenbach P. (2015): Die Kommunikation von Verantwortung – Eine explorative Studie der Internetkommunikation von drei DAX30 Unternehmen. In: Alwart, H. (eds.): Freiheitsverluste in Rechtsregime, Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft. Tübingen. Mohr Siebeck, 129-152.

  • Bohn, S. (2014): Die Implementierung von CSR in High-Tech Unternehmen. Zum organisationalen Umgang mit divergierenden institutionalisierten Erwartungen. Springer-Gabler. 

  • Beyer, S.; Bohn, S.; Grünheid, T.; Händschke S.; Kerekes, R.; Müller J., Walgenbach P. (2014): Wofür übernehmen Unternehmungen Verantwortung? Und wie kommunizieren sie ihre Verantwortungs­übernahme? – Eine explorative Studie. In: Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, 15(1): 57-80.

 

Conferences/ Invited talks

  • Bohn, S.; Kunze, M.; Günther, M. (2018): Stressed and shattered: Field-level change and consequences of high degree complexity in the German energy market. 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, August 10-14.

  • Bohn S.; Braun,T. (2018): Field-configuring projects? How projects shape the meaning of electronic mobility in Germany. 34st EGOS Colloquium, Tallinn, July, 5-7.

  • Bohn, S.; Perendija, A;, Jha, H. K. (2018): Topic modeling and Management Research. Mapping fields with big data. AOM Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy. April 18-20.

  • Risi, D., Vigneau, L; Bohn, S. (2018): Literature review of new institutionalist research on corporate social responsibility: A current and future research agenda. 14th New Institutionalism Workshop. Mailand, March 16-17.

  • Bohn, S.; Kunze, M.; Günther, M. (2017): Stressed and shattered: Field-level change and consequences of high degree complexity in the German energy market. 33st EGOS Colloquium, Copenhagen, July 6-8.

  • Bohn, S.; Kunze, M.; Günther, M. (2017): Stressed and shattered: Field-level change and consequences of high degree complexity in the German energy market. 13th New Institutionalism Workshop. Jerusalem, March 19-20.

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2017): Living with tensions. Paradoxical strategies in the organizational handling of CSR implementation processes. 41th Workshop of the commission organization, Hamburg, February 16-17.

  • Bohn, S. (2016): Topic modeling – From exploration to evidence the case of the German energy transition, WZB Big Data Brown-Bag Seminar, Berlin, December 15.

  • Bohn, S. (2016): Because of security…  Dynamic frames, and vocabularies in the debate over the German energy transition (1997–2011). 32st EGOS Colloquium, Neaples, July 7-9. 

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2016): Living with tensions. Paradoxical strategies in the organizational handling of CSR implementation processes. EGOS Pre-Colloquium, Neaples, July 4-5.

  • Bohn, S.; Galander, A.; Walgenbach, P. (2015): The creativity of organizations in the taking of management panaceas – On the implementation of CSR in German high-tech firms. 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, August 7-11.

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2015): Refusing, connecting and playing off conflicting institutional demands. A longitudinal study on the organizational handling of the end of nuclear power, climate protection, and the energy turnaround in Germany. 31st EGOS Colloquium, Athens, July 2-4.

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2014): Refusing, connecting and playing off conflicting institutional demands. A longitudinal study on the organizational handling of the end of nuclear power, climate protection, and the energy turnaround in Germany. 10th New Institutionalism Workshop. Rom, March 20-21.

  • Bohn, S.(2014): Rhetorik, Entkopplung und Ambivalenztoleranz. Eine qualitative Studie zum Umgang von Unternehmen mit Konflikten zwischen divergierenden institutionalisierten Erwartungen. 38th Workshop of the commission organization, Jena, February 26-28.

  • Bohn, S. (2013): Handling complexity. 8th Campus-Thuringia, Plankstetten, October 25-26. 

  • Bohn, S.; Kerekes, R.; Walgenbach, P. (2013): Antagonistic Logics: On the Justifying Accounts for the Adoption of CSR by German DAX Corporations, 8th Transatlantic Doctoral Academy on Corporate Responsibility, University of Toronto, January 28 to February 2.

  • Bohn, S.; Galander, A.; Walgenbach, P. (2012): Mastery of bricolage or lost in translation? WU Wien, December 17-18. 

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2012): Tolerance for ambivalence: The creativity of organizations as reaction to conflicting institutional demands, 7th Transatlantic Doctoral Academy on Corporate Responsibility, Berlin, April 30 to May 5. 

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2012): Tolerance for ambivalence: The creativity of organizations as reaction to conflicting institutional demands, 8th New Institutionalism Workshop, ESADE Business School Barcelona, March 15-16.

  • Bohn, S. (2011): The implementation process of CSR: 6th Transatlantic Doctoral Academy on Corporate Responsibility, HEC Montreal, October 11-16.

  • Bohn, S.; Kerekes, R.; Walgenbach, P. (2011): Antagonistic Logics: On the Justifying Accounts for the Adoption of CSR by German DAX Corporations, 7th New Institutionalism Workshop, EMLYON Business School, March 17-18. 

  • Bohn, S.; Walgenbach, P. (2010): Zum Mikroprozess der Reaktion von Organisationen auf ambivalente institutionalisierte Erwartungen, Workshop Akteure und Institutionen in Interaktion. Determinanten von Nachhaltigkeit und Stabilität, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, November 19-20.

  • Bohn, S. (2009): Zur Ursache und Entstehung von Entkopplungen zwischen organisationalen Strukturen und Organisationspraxis, 1. Forum Kritische Organisationsforschung, Technischen Universität Chemnitz, May 8-9.

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