Assistant Professor, Business Administration
Emma’s research focuses on collaborative approaches to entrepreneurship and innovation in an international context.
She has worked closely with patient organizations/ communities and patient entrepreneurs as well as multinational corporations in Europe and the U.S. on qualitative case studies and research projects. Emma has published her work in the Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of World Business among others and has presented her papers at international conferences (e.g., AIB, AOM, SMS, EGOS). Emma has taught at various institutions in Sweden and Ireland including undergraduate and post graduate students from different disciplines. Her teaching experience spans a variety of subjects including organizational behaviour, human resource management, organizational change and qualitative research methods.
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