• New associate professor in welfare and social science

    In 1995, a review of psychiatric care was carried out. What happened to in-patients at psychiatric hospitals who were then integrated into society? Per Bülow spoke more about this subject in his associate professorship lecture on 24 may.
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  • New Associate Professor focuses on age

    Age discrimination and the consequences of the different ways we use the age factor in different contexts was the main theme of Monika Wilinska's associate professorship lecture on May 22.
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  • New report proposes alternative model for sick pay allowances

    In an SNS report published today, Johannes Hagen from Jönköping International Business School, together with Hannes Malmberg from the Stanford University, presented a new model that will strengthen employers' driving forces to maintain an older workforce.
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  • New funds for research on skills supply in the wholesale industry

    The Swedish Retail and Wholesale Development Council has granted SEK 1 924 000 in research funds to four researchers at Jönköping International Business School. The funds will finance the project ”Career paths in wholesale: who stay, quit and become entrepreneurs?”.
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  • Engaged preschool children find it easier to learn and develop

    Children with behaviour difficulties need special support already in preschool. In a new thesis from Jönköping University, Madeleine Sjöman concludes that children actively engaged in preschool everyday activities increase their learning, development and wellbeing.
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  • David Eriksson is new Associate Professor

    David Eriksson’s research is based on Supply Chain Management,
    that is, the organisation and management of activities from raw-material extraction to consumption and disposal or returns. Within this field, he has been focusing on a specific area that centres around the question of responsibility.

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  • Making sense of advisory boards in family firms

    Family firms are a closed system. Owner families are often reluctant to bring in outsiders, but those who want to grow do well to bring in external advisors, especially via a team approach. In a new PhD thesis, Judith van Helvert-Beugels has studied how family firms can work with their advisory boards.
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  • Teenagers prefer drinking at home

    Teenagers prefer home parties to drinking in outdoor places. In a new PhD thesis, Birgitta Ander explores the arenas of adolescent drunkenness.
    – Drinking in a home arena allows the teenagers to have increased control, over their own drunkenness and with whom they drink, says Birgitta Ander.

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  • Geographic location affects firm renewal

    In a time where technical development and other changes are happening at a fast pace, companies are having a hard time standing out in a tough global competition. What makes or breaks companies in the strive to compete within their markets?
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  • Knowledge and location – success factors for new firms

    In a new PhD thesis from Jönköping International Business School at Jönköping University, Mark Bagley has studied the ICT business in Stockholm to draw conclusions about the role of knowledge networks in the emergence and persistence of industrial clusters.
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