Doctoral courses

Jönköping International Business School offers a variety of doctoral courses in methodology, in the different subject areas within the programmes and in Jönköping International Business School focus areas. Below you find a list of courses given during coming terms.

JIBS is a member of the Swedish Graduate Program in Economics (Swegpec). Swegpec is a network for PhD programs in Economics at Örebro University, Jönköping University, Karlstad University, Linköping University, Linnaeus University, and Södertörn University. All PhD canidates in Economics can take PhD courses within Swegpec.

Autumn 2016

How the World Became Quite Rich: Approaches from History, Economics, and HumanomicsPDF, 5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Main teacher is Professor Dierdre N. McCloskey and contact person is PhD Özge Ö ner.  (See course plan for how to sign up)
Starting date: September 2016

Classics in Economics, 3 ECTS credits for BA/ 5,5 ECTS credits for Economics (+ the course Classics in Entrepreneurship 2 ECTS.)
Course leader: TBD
Starting date: September 2016

Macroeconomicss II, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker and Professor Börje Johansson
Starting date: September 2014

Mathematics for Economics, 15 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker
Starting date: September 2016

Contextualising Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Risk Behaviour, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Ethel Brundin, Magdalena Markowska and Marcela Ramirez Pasillas.
Starting date: November 2016

Contemporary Marketing: philosophy, theories and models, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Associate professor Adele Berndt
Starting date: November 2016

Central Perspectives and Themes in Family Business Research, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Mattias Nordqvist
Starting date: November 2016 

Macroeconomicss I, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Börje Johansson and PhD Sara Johansson
Starting date: December 2016

Spring 2017

Classics in Accounting 3 ECTS credits 
Course leader: Professor Gunnar Rimmel
Starting date: February 2017

Applied Micro Econometrics using STATA, 7.5 ECTS credits (preliminary)
Course leader: Professor Andreas Stephan
Starting date: March 2017

Contemporary research issues in Strategy 7,5 ECTS credits (preliminary)
Course leader: TBD
Starting date: Spring 2017

Issues and developments in quantitative entrepreneurship and management research 4-5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Per Davidsson 
Starting date: May 2017

Autumn 2017

Philosophy of Science and Research Ethics 7.5 ECTS credits 
Course leader: Professor Tomas Müllern
Starting date: 4 September 2017

Classics in Organization Theory 4 ECTS credits
Course leader: Tomas Müllern
Starting date: 18 September 2017

Organization Theory 7.5 ECTS credits (preliminary)
Course leader: Mattias Nordqvist and Olof Brunninge 
Starting date: November 2017

Entrepreneurship and Innovation 7.5 ECTS credits (preliminary)
Course leader: Francesco Chirico
Starting date: November 2017

Macroeconomicss II, 7.5 ECTS credits (preliminary)
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker and Professor Börje Johansson
Starting date: September 2017

Mathematics for Economics, 15 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker
Starting date: September 2017

Macroeconomics I, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Börje Johansson and PhD Sara Johansson
Starting date: December 2017

Spring 2018

Classics in Marketing, 3 ECTS credits
Course leader: Associate Professor Adele Berndt
Starting date: February/March 2016

Quantitative Research Methods 7.5 ECTS credits 
Course leader: Thomas Holgersson and Lucia Naldi
Starting date: Spring 2018

Micro Econometrics using STATA, 7.5 ECTS credits (preliminary)
Course leader: Professor Andreas Stephan
Starting date: Spring 2018

Qualitative Research Methods 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Ethel Brundin
Starting date: Spring 2018 

Classics in Entrepreneurship 2 ECTS credits
(7,5 ECTS credits for Economics PhDs at JIBS, if the course Classics in Economics 5,5 credits is included.)
Course leader: Professor Per Davidsson 
Starting date: May 2018

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