Category Archives: food industry

Power games in industrial networks

The most nerdy activity of academia is publishing papers, and the joy of having a paper accepted by a good journal is difficult to share with people outside the trade. Anyway, a couple of weeks ago we had a paper … Continue reading

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Innovation ethnography

As a spinoff from the methodological efforts that went into my research on innovation between agri- and aquaculture (Hoholm, 2009; 2011), I have written a paper together with Prof.Luis Araujo (Lancaster University) on the promises and challenges of ethnography for … Continue reading

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Easter; time for catching up

We are approaching the end of an incredibly busy semester, both related to teaching and researching. While finding teaching really interesting, I now look forward to having more time to focus on research. Currently, I am writing several articles related … Continue reading

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