News

  • Three public dissertation defences

    In a couple of weeks three of CEnSE PhD Candidates will defend their doctoral thesis in Economics.
  • Johan Klaesson visits Cambridge

    CEnSE Director Johan Klaesson is visiting Cambridge University, where he has given a seminar at the Department of Land Economy.  
  • Professor tones down the risks of Brexit

    CEnSE director Johan Klaesson is interviewed in Jönköpingsposten regarding the impact of Brexit for the industrial region of Gnosjö, located in Jönköping County. 
  • Mikaela Backman visits Birmingham

    CEnSE Co-Director Mikaela Backman is visiting University of Birmingham, to give a seminar on her recent research on entrepreneurship and ageing.
  • Johan Klaesson on the high-speed rail

    CEnSE director Johan Klaesson is featured in Göteborgs-Posten, commenting on the long-debated high-speed railway that would connect the three metropolitan regions of Sweden with Jönköping as the central node. 
  • Johannes Hagen in GP

    CEnSE researcher Johannes Hagen is interviewed in today's Göteborgs-Posten, regarding the pension ideas of the Minister for Social Security. 
  • 22nd Uddevalla Symposium 2019

    Unlocking the potential of regions through entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • New research project on labor market integration

    CEnSE researchers Sofia Wixe, Johan Klaesson, Tina Wallin, and Orsa Kekezi, in collaboration with Pia Bülow and Monika Wilinska from the School of Health and Welfare, have received research funding from Forte, the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare, for the project Integration is a process! Labor market careers of immigrants through sequential steps.
  • CEnSE Research Grant

    The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics (CEnSE) is offering two research grants for supporting JIBS faculty with a PhD to conduct a research project in line with the centre’s focus areas. The expected outcome of such CEnSE investment is at least one publication in an ABS 3 (or above) journal from each grant recipient. The funding can cover salary costs for research time up to 20 percent of a fulltime position for maximum two years.
  • Congratulations Dr Tina Wallin

    On the 12 of January 2018 Tina Wallin successfully defended her doctoral thesis. The title of her thesis is Firm Renewal in the Regional Economy.

Content updated 2019-11-18

Content updated 2019-11-11