Fields of interest:
Business and Society, History of Sociological and Economic Thought, Socioeconomics, Entrepreneurship, Consumption and Life-Styles, Economic Sociology, Social Networks, Interdisciplinary Thought, Social Stratification and Labour Markets, Sociology of Economic and Social Change
D. Bögenhold (ed.):
Soziologie des Wirtschaftlichen: Alte und neue Fragen,
Wiesbaden: VS Publishers 2014, 384 pages.
D. Bögenhold, J. Heinonen, E. Akola:
Entrepreneurship and Independent Professionals. Social and Economic Logics,
International Advances in Economic Research, 20 (3), 2014, 295-310.
Schumpeter as a Universal Social Theorist,
The Atlantic Economic Journal, Special Issue on Austrian Economics, 42, 2014, 205-215.
D. Bögenhold, M. Fink, S. Kraus: Integrative Entrepreneurship Research – Bridging the Gap between Sociological and Economic Perspectives,
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing (IJEV) 6, 2014, 118-139.
Social Network Analysis and the Sociology of Economics: Filling a Blind Spot with the Idea of Social Embeddedness,
The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 72 (2), 2013, 293-318.
D. Bögenhold, U. Fachinger:
Rationality of Self-Employment: Do Female and Male Entrepreneurs Differ?
Journal of Business and Finance, 1 (2), 2013, 42-62.
T. Kautonen, U. Hytti, D. Bögenhold, J. Heinonen:
Job satisfaction as a determinant of prolonged working careers: a comparison of self-employed and wage earners in Finland,
International Journal of Manpower, 33 (4), 2012, 424 – 440.
H. Reschke, D. Bögenhold, S. Kraus:
How innovation and entrepreneurship can conquer uncertainty and complexity: Learning about the unexpected,
International Journal of Complexity in Leadership and Management“, 12 (1), 55-71.
From Heterodoxy to Orthodoxy and Vice Versa: Economics and Social Sciences in the Division of Academic Work,
in: The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 69, 2010, 1566-1590.
Social Inequality and the Plurality of Life-Styles: Material and Cultural Aspects of Social Stratification,
The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 60, 2001, 829-847.