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  • Firms' capacity for renewal in focus for new project

    [12 Dec 2017] The development of the Swedish manufacturing industry is determined by the ability to firms' capacity for renewal. How does international firms located in the manufacturing industry in Sweden work with renewal? This will be investigated in the project Strategic Renewal Work in Swedish Industry, which has received 3 million SEK from Vinnova, Sweden¿s innovation agency.

  • Time for organisational capability and age-conscious leadership?

    [6 Nov 2017] The ageing population is one of our greatest social challenges. The new AgeCap interdisciplinary research centre highlights the matter from several perspectives. Professor Ewa Wikström is studying what happens in our workplaces as we edge closer to retirement age.

  • The greatest issues are best solved in teams

    [18 Oct 2017] As we face increasingly complex societal challenges, it is becoming more important to work across disciplines to address them. The School of Business, Economics and Law has one of the strongest research environments in Sweden in the ever contemporary subject of goods transport and logistics. Johan Woxenius, Professor of Logistics, considers interdisciplinary approaches to be the key to success.

  • New doctoral students 2017

    [4 Sep 2017] The Department of Business Administration welcome the new doctoral students of 2017.

  • Articles on diversity and retailing selected as Outstanding papers

    [1 Jun 2017] Papers on diversity and retailing has been selected as Outstanding papers in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.

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