His main research interest is how institutional and organizational frameworks are created to deal with the impact of innovation, technology and other forms of change on business and society. His current research is focusing on a practice-based understanding of the innovation process, i.e. innovation is seen as closely connected with practices and routines.
Lars Fuglsang is Full Professor (Innovation in services) at Roskilde University.
He is also Professor II at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences where he has previously been Full Professor. His main research interest is how institutional and organizational frameworks are created to deal with the impact of innovation, technology and other forms of change on business and society.
His current research is focusing on a practice-based understanding of the innovation process, i.e. innovation is seen as closely connected with practices and routines.
- Fuglsang L., Merlin-Brogniart C., Rubalcaba L., Scupola A., MAGNUSSEN S., PERALTA A., RÉVÉSZ E., RØNNING R.,PERALTA A., . (2022), () «Social innovation and public service: a literature review of multi-actor collaborative approaches in five European countries» 182.. Read online.
- Fuglsang L., Gallouj F., Scupola A., Hansen A. V. () «Understandings of Social Innovation within the Danish Public Sector: A Literature Review,» Administrative Sciences. Read online.
- Fuglsang L., Gallouj F., Scupola A., Hansen A. V. () «Social Entrepreneurs as change makers: expanding public service networks for social innovation.» Public Management Review. Read online.
- Fuglsang L. () «Innovation, bricolage and legitimacy» in J. D. Rendtorff (red.), Handbook of Business Legitimacy: Responsibility, Ethics and Society (s. 1-13). Springer. Read online.
- Fuglsang L., Krontoft, A. B., and Kronborg, H (2018) «Innovation activity among nurses: The translation and preliminary validation of the Bricolage Measure - a mixed method study» Nordic Journal of Nursing Research.
- Fuglsang L., Sørensen F. (2011) «The balance between bricolage and innovation: management dilemmas in sustainable public innovation» The Service Industries Journal.
- Fuglsang L. (2014) «Bricolage and invisible innovation in public service innovation» Journal of Innovation Economics.
Fuglsang, L. and Hansen, A. V. (2022), ‘Framing improvements of public innovation in a living lab context: Processual learning, restrained space and democratic engagement’, Research Policy, 51(1). doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2021.104390
Bærenholdt, J. O., Fuglsang, L. and Sundbo, J. (2021), ‘A coalition for ‘small tourism’ in a marginal place: Configuring a geo-social position’, Journal of Rural Studies, 87, 169-180.doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2021.09.010
Fuglsang, L. (2021), ‘Towards a practice-based approach to public innovation – Apollonian and Dionysian practice-approaches’, Nordic Journal of Social Research, 12(Special issue), 1–23. doi:https://doi.org/10.7577/njsr.3685
Hansen, A. V., Fuglsang, L., Gallouj, F. and Scupola, A. (2021), ‘Social entrepreneurs as change makers: expanding public service networks for social innovation’, Public Management Review. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2021.1916065 (E-pub ahead of print) (JIF: 5.898)
Sørensen, F., Fuglsang, L. Sundbo, J. and Jensen, J.F. (2020). “Tourism practices and experience value creation: The case of a themed attraction restaurant.” Tourist Studies 20(3): 271–297
Eide, D., Fuglsang, L. Sundbo, J., (2017). “Management challenges with the maintenance of tourism experience concept innovations: Toward a new research agenda.” Tourism Management 63: 452-463.
Fuglsang, L. and A. Nordli (2018). “On service innovation as an interactive process: A case study of the engagement with innovation of a tourism service.” Soc. Sci. 7(12