• 11 million SEK to Jönköping University for research on sustainable casting production

    A new research project at Jönköping University receives over 11 MSEK from the Swedish Knowledge Foundation. The project is called LeanCast and involves four Swedish companies: Scania CV, Volvo Group Technology, SKF Mekan och SinterCast.
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  • Putting macroeconomic theory to the test

    In a new PhD thesis from Jönköping International Business School Olivier Habimana presents novel ways to examine some of the puzzles in macroeconomics.
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  • Preparing for the worst -
    is Sweden ready? 

    Sweden has the resources it needs to face global threats and complex emergencies, but it needs to plan for them efficiently. In a new thesis from Jönköping International Business School, Elvira Kaneberg argues that one way to keep Sweden safe and secure is to develop an all-hazards approach for integrating vital supply chains and to manage society readiness to cope with new and changed threats.
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  • Where and when do corporate leaders make a difference?

    Daniel Pittino’s research looks at people at the top of their profession and the effect they have on the actions of the organisation they lead. His associate professorship lecture on 21 May looked more closely at the contextual factors that contribute to this.
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  • 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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