Lars Clausen is a trained sociologist, teacher, designer of learning materials and consultant. He has advised the minister of education in Denmark on giftedness and talent management. His current activities are design and implementation of large-scale interventions through potentialization of organizational capacity.
He has made it his hallmark to walk the line of bringing the disjointed world of academic research and the reality of consulting og organizational development together with his innovative perspective on ‘pracademics’.
Lars Clausen is lecturer at the UCL University College in Denmark, doctoral candidate at the Europa University in Flensburg, Germany and Fellow at the NextSocietyInstitute.com, Kazimiero Simonavičiaus Universitetas, Lithuania.
He has published on a wide range of topics, such as educational policy, management theory, network organizations, elites and state formation and societal transformation in the wake of media revolutions.
The latest publications include
Diabolical Perspectives on Healthy Morality in Times of COVID19 (2021),
Theory, Society and George Spencer-Brown (2021)
In collaboration with Steffen Roth, Markus Heidingsfelder and Klaus B. Laursen (ed.): George Spencer Brown’s Design with the NOR – and related essays. https://doi.org/10.1108/9781839826108
COVID-19. Scenarios of a Superfluous Crisis (2020), co-authored with Steffen Roth and Sören Möller.
Negation of Insides: The Form of Consulting (2019)
Transcending the empirical-normative divide in business ethics: the contribution of systems theory (2019), co-authored with Steffen Roth and V. Valentinov.