Dr. Jan Goldenstein

Jan Goldenstein, Dr
Jan Goldenstein
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About

Dr. Jan Goldenstein is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Chair of Business Administration/Organization, Leadership, and HRM at Friedrich Schiller University Jena. At Jena, he received his bachelor's degree in business administration and economics in 2011 and a master's degree in business education in 2013 with a focus on organizational sociology and organizational psychology. Jan also gained experience as a teacher at a vocational college in Thuringia. After completing his master's degree, he obtained his doctoral degree in business administration with a focus on organizational theory in 2016, funded by a stipend with support through the graduate program of the federal state of Thuringia.

Prior to his studies, Jan pursued an apprenticeship as a communal banker and enjoyed several years of experience in banking. Jan is a member of the Academy of Management (AOM), the American Sociological Association (ASA), the European Group of Organizational Studies (EGOS), the international network New Institutionalism, the Digital Humanities Network of the University of Jena, and the Jenaer Institute for Vocational Research and Consulting.Jan additionally is a member of the German Academic Association for Business Research (VHB),

Finally, Jan is member of the group for Jena Computational Organizational Research Applications (JenCORA).

Currently, he also is a member of the Research Network "Microfoundations of Institutions" funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), initiated by Prof. Dr. Jost Sieweke (VU Amsterdam), Prof. Dr. Patrick Haack (HEC Lausanne), and Prof. Dr. Lauri Wessel (FU Berlin).

Publications

Articles in peer-reviewed journals, proceedings, and books

Goldenstein, Jan; Walgenbach, Peter (2020): Embodied and Reflexive Agency in Institutional Fields: An Integrative Neo-Institutional Perspective of Institutional Change. Research in the Sociology of Organizations 65(A), 135-152.

Goldenstein, Jan; Poschmann, Philipp (2019): Rejoinder: A Quest for Transparent and Reproducible Text-Mining Methodologies in Computational Social Science. Sociological Methodology 49(1), Online First.

Goldenstein, Jan; Poschmann, Philipp (2019): Analyzing Meaning in Big Data: Performing a Map Analysis Using Grammatical Parsing and Topic Modeling. Sociological Methodology 49(1), Online First.

Goldenstein, Jan; Hunoldt, Michael; Oertel, Simon (2019): How Optimal Distinctiveness Affects new Ventures' Failure Risk: A Contingency Perspective. Journal of Business Venturing 34(3): 477-495.

Goldenstein, Jan; Poschmann Philipp; Händschke, Sebastian; Walgenbach, Peter (2019): Global and Local Orientation in Organizational Actorhood: A Comparative Study of Large Corporations from Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 6(2): 201-236.

Goldenstein, Jan (2018): Unternehmensverantwortung als Problemlösungsmechanismus gesellschaftlicher Herausforderungen? Eine explorative Studie am Beispiel der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1950-2012. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaft- und Unternehmensethik 19(1): 74-102 [researchgate].

Händschke, Sebastian G. M.; Büchel, Sven; Goldenstein, Jan; Poschmann, Philipp; Duan, Tinghui; Walgenbach, Peter; Hahn, Udo (2018): A Corpus of Corporate Annual and Social Responsibility Reports: 280 Million Tokens of balanced Organizational Writing. ECONLP 2018 Proceedings of the First Workshop on Economics and Natural Language Processing @ ACL 2018. Melbourne: Association for Computational Linguistics: 20-31.

Büchel, Sven; Hahn, Udo; Goldenstein, Jan; Händschke, Sebastian G. M.; Walgenbach, Peter (2016): Do Enterprises Have Emotions?. 7th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment & Social Media Analysis: San Diego: Association for Computational Linguistics:147-153.

Goldenstein, Jan; Spittel, Marcel; Götzl, Mathias (2014): Die didaktische "Fallstudie" im Diskurs. Ergebnisse einer Publikationsanalyse der Jahre 1980-2013. Zeitschrift für Berufs- und Wirtschaftspädagogik 110(2): 305-311.

Articles in books and journals

Goldenstein, Jan; Poschmann, Philipp; Walgenbach, Peter (2019): Die Erfassung und Messung von Bedeutungsstrukturen: Die Nutzung von Werkzeugen natürlicher Sprachverarbeitung im Neo-Institutionalismus. Hasse, R. /Krüger, A. (Eds.): Neo-Institutionalismus Kritik und Weiterentwicklung eines sozialwissenschaftlichen Paradigmas. Bielefeld: Transcript, Accept.

Goldenstein, Jan; Walgenbach, Peter (2019): An Institutional Perspective on Open Strategy: Strategy in World Society. Seidl, D.; Whittington, R.; Von Krogh, G. (Eds.): The Cambridge Handbook of Open Strategy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 294-308.

Poschmann, Philipp; Goldenstein, Jan (2018): Unsicherheitsabsorption mit Big Data. Controlling & Management Review 26(6): 54-57.

Goldenstein, Jan; Walgenbach, Peter (2016): Alles ist gut! Wenn Controlling in die Irre führt. Controlling & Management Review, Sonderheft 3: 16-21 [Controlling-Organisation - Fit für die Zukunft?].

Goldenstein, Jan; Walgenbach, Peter (2016): Der Neo-Institutionalimus als Theorie kollektiver Praxis: Emergenz, (Re-)Aktivierung und Wandel von Institutionen. Zeitschrift für Kultur- und Kollektivwissenschaft 2(1): 121-151 [researchgate].

Brünner, Kathrin; Goldenstein, Jan; Kuchenbuch, Michaela; Mengs, Josephine; Worch, Jenny (2013): Die Entwicklung eines Qualifizierungskonzeptes für ausbildende Fachkräfte - ein Arbeitsbericht. Berufsbildungsforschung & -beratung aktuell 2(1): 1-26 [researchgate].

Götzl, Mathias; Goldenstein, Jan; von Scheven, Marcus (2012): Die Fallstudie: Eine Methode des handlungsorientierten wirtschaftsberuflichen Unterrichts. Am Beispiel des Ausbildungsberufes Industriekaufmann/ -frau im Lernfeld 11 "Investitions- und Finanzierungsprozesse planen". Jenaer Arbeiten zur Wirtschaftspädagogik, Reihe A: Kleine Schriften; 34.

Books

Goldenstein, Jan; Hunoldt Michael; Walgenbach, Peter (2018): Wissenschaftliche(s) Arbeiten in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Goldenstein, Jan (2016): Institutions, Cognition, and Language: The Cultural Meaning of Corporate Responsibility Between Global Homogeneity and Local Variation. Jena: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena.

Research

Funded research projects Show content
  • Project: Project: The cultural construction of business responsibility (German Research Foundation)
  • Network: Microfoundations of Institutions (German Research Foundation)
    Organizer: Prof. Dr. Jost Sieweke (VU Amsterdam).
    Co-organizers: Prof. Dr. Patrick Haack (HEC Lausanne), Prof. Dr. Lauri Wessel (FU Berlin)
    More information
Research interests Show content
  • New Institutionalism
  • Aquisition, transfer, and change of institutions:
    • World society and glocalization
    • Organizations as social actors
    • Responsibility and business
    • Higher Education, qualification, and business
  • Linguistics (in special: Cognitive Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics and Natural Language Processing)
Workshops (selection) Show content

2017: Specifying Social Agency in Big Data: Using Wikipedia as Source for Demographic Information in Text Analysis. DHnet Jena Thementag Digital Humanities, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (with P. Poschmann).

2016: Organizations' Emotions and Affective Language: A Joint Analysis of Corporations by Organization and Computer Science. Computational Social Science Winter Symposium, 30. November bis 01. Dezember 2016, KOMED convention center, Köln (with S. Büchel, S. Händschke, P. Poschmann, U. Hahn und P. Walgenbach).

2015: The Cultural Construction of Corporate Responsibility: A Comparative Study across Three Developed Nations. Kolloquium Digital Humanities Network FSU Jena, 07. Dezember 2015, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Institut für germanistische Sprachwissenschaft (with P. Poschmann, S. Händschke und P. Walgenbach).

2014: Radial-Semantic-Network. The Automatic Discrimination of Word Semantics in Business Contexts. "Culture & Technology" - The European Summer School in Digital Humanities, 2014, University of Leipzig, Leipzig (with P. Poschmann).

Konferenzen/Workshops (selection)

2019: Stigma Transfer, Social Evaluations, and Category Dynamics in the U.S. Luxury Hotel Industry. 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston (mit M. Cruz und P. Haack).

2017: Neo-institutionalism as a theory of collective praxis: Emergence, (re-)activation, and change of institutions. 33rd EGOS Colloquium 2017, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen (with P. Walgenbach).

2017: Responsible corporate actorhood between local embeddedness and global orientation. 13. New Institutionalism Workshop. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem (with S. Händschke, P. Poschmann und P. Walgenbach).

2017: Corporations have identities?-At least they're emotional: Testing organizational emotionality with computer linguistics. 13. New Institutionalism Workshop. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem (with S. Händschke, P. Poschmann und P. Walgenbach).

2017: Riding the Metal Monster: Category Spanning in the Population of UK Metal Bands, 1967-2005. Kommission Organisation (VHB): WK Org Workshop, Universität Hamburg (with S. Oertel und M. Hunoldt).

2017: Linguistic Analysis: The Study of Textual Data in Social Science with Natural Language Processing. Kommission Organisation (VHB): WK Org Workshop, Universität Hamburg (with P. Poschmann).

2017: The Cultural Embeddedness of Corporate Responsibility. Kommission Organisation (VHB): WK Org Workshop, Universität Hamburg (with P. Poschmann, S. Händschke und P. Walgenbach).

2016: The Cultural Construction of Corporate Responsibility: A Comparative Study across Three Developed Nations. 32nd EGOS Colloquium "Organizing in the Shadow of Power", 2016, University of Napoli Federico II, Neapel (with P. Poschmann, S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2016: Riding the Metal Monster: Category Spanning in the Population of UK Metal Bands, 1967-2005. Organizational Ecology Workshop, 2016, Catania (with S. Oertel and M. Hunoldt).

2016: The Apple Cannot Stop Scanning the Organe: Effects of Management Ideas as Filters of Organizational Cognition - An Example of Cognitive Isomorphism. 12. New Institutionalism Workshop, 2016, Universität Luzern, Luzern (with S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2016: The Cultural Construction of Corporate Responsibility: A Comparative Study across Three Developed Nations. 12. New Institutionalism Workshop, 2016, University of Lucern, Luzern (with P. Poschmann, S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2016: The Cultural Construction of Corporate Responsibility: A Comparative Study across Three Developed Nations. Kommission Organisation (VHB): WK Org, 2016, University of Zurich, Zurich (with P. Poschmann, S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2015: Linguistic Analysis: The Study of Textual Data in Social Science with Natural Language Processing. 110th American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, 2015, Chicago, IL, USA (with P. Poschmann and S. Händschke).

2015: The Cognitive Grounding of Institutions and Words in New Institutionalism. 110th American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, 2015, Chicago, IL, USA (with S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2015: Linguistic Analysis: The Study of Textual Data in Management and Organization Studies with Natural Language Processing. The 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management "Opening Governance", 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia, Kanada (with P. Poschmann and S. Händschke).

2015: The Cognitive Grounding of Institutions and Words in New Institutionalism. The 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management "Opening Governance", 2015, Vancouver, British Columbia, Kanada (with S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2015: The Cognitive Grounding of Institutions and Words in New Institutionalism. 31st EGOS Colloquium "Organizations and the Examined Life: Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility", 2015, ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece, Athen (with S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2015: Communicative Appropriation of Employees' Voluntary Engagement in the Enactment of Corporate Social Responsibility. 31st EGOS Colloquium "Organizations and the Examined Life: Reason, Reflexivity and Responsibility", 2015, ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece, Athen (with P. Poschmann, S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2015: The Cognitive Grounding of Institutions and Words in New Institutionalism. 11. New Institutionalism Workshop, 2015, WU Vienna, Vienna (with S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2015: The Cognitive Grounding of Institutions and Words in New Institutionalism. Kommission Organisation (VHB): WK Org Workshop, 2015, University of Zurich, Zurich (with S. Händschke and P. Walgenbach).

2014: Radial-Semantic-Network. The Automatic Discrimination of Word Semantics in Business Contexts. "Culture & Technology" - The European Summer School in Digital Humanities, 2014, University of Leipzig, Leipzig (with P. Poschmann).

2014: Words and Language: The Lost Bridge Linking Cognition and Institutions. The 2nd Austrian Early Scholars Workshop in Management: Organizations, People and Institutions in a Global Context, 2014, Johannes-Kepler-University, Linz.



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