Jacob Alsted

Jacob Alsted

Part-time lecturer, External Lecturer

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    The research activities and publications of Jacob Alsted have moved in two directions: the psychology of state formation and of organizations. Within the field of state formation and historical sociology he has reviewed and criticized existing theories and forwarded sketches of a new understanding based on concepts from psychodynamic theory. Within the field of psychology of organizations he has worked to develop concepts that have a greater sensitivity towards the unconscious dynamics of organizations.

    Jacob Alsted also co-owns the consulting company Haslund & Alsted (www.haslundalsted.dk).


    Teaches the course "Ledelsesudviklingsforløb" (Personal development) at Master of Public Governance

    Selected publications

    1. Published

      Psychodynamic Organisational Theory: Key Concepts and Case Ctudies

      Alsted, Jacob & Haslund, D., 12 Sep 2019, Routledge. 288 p.

      Research output: Book/ReportBookEducationpeer-review

    2. Published

      Ledelse og medarbejdere - samarbejdets psykologi

      Alsted, Jacob & Haslund, D., 9 Jan 2018, 3. ed. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur. 376 p.

      Research output: Book/ReportBookEducationpeer-review

    3. Published

      Sex, sladder og stress i organisationer

      Alsted, Jacob & Haslund, D., 16 Nov 2016, København: Samfundslitteratur. 162 p.

      Research output: Book/ReportBookResearch

    4. Published

      Organisationsstruktur - psykologiske behov og forsvar

      Haslund, D. & Alsted, Jacob, 2014, Ledelse og organisation - forandringer og udfordringer. Elting, M. & Hammer, S. (eds.). 2. ed. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur, p. 99-128 29 p.

      Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

    5. Published

      Teorier om statsdannelse i historisk sociologi - styrker og svagheder

      Alsted, Jacob, 2008, In: Politica - Tidsskrift for Politisk Videnskab. 40, 3

      Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

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