News archive

  • Researcher from JIBS one of the speakers at Interact London 2016

    When thought leaders from all over the world gathered in London earlier this week to share their expertise within digital design and user experience, Andrea Resmini from Jönköping International Business School was one of the speakers.
  • New dissertation shows relationships between founding conditions and survival of new firms

    How do different conditions at the time of founding impact survival of new firms? This question interested Giuseppe Criaco, who decided to find some answers in his doctoral thesis.
  • Shame a common cause for male violence

    Violence feeds shame. Shame feeds violence. How to break the violent circle? In a new PhD thesis from The School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, Peter Jansson introduces a new research perspective in Sweden.
  • JU students reach the finals of one of the world's largest start-up competitions

    On October 15 it is time for the finals of international start-up competition BETAPITCH in Berlin. One of the finalists is the Swedish-German company NordicAdventours, a founded and owned by students from Jönköping International Business School.
  • Interview with JIBS’ new dean

    Having been the dean of JIBS for nearly two months, he’s had time to find his feet, and now Jerker Moodysson looks forward to making the most of the potential he sees in the school and its faculty.
  • Ethics expert visits Jönköping University

    Professor Mary Gentile, internationally known for her pioneering work in business ethics, will hold a lecture and a workshop October 18 with faculty at Jönköping University on how to embed in ethics in their teaching.
  • Jönköping University highly ranked in new index for internationalization

    Stint, the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education, recently launched an index for measuring the level of internationalization in Swedish universities. Jönköping University gets 4 out of 5 stars, and holds the same position as, among others, Karolinska Institutet, Chalmers University of Technology and the universities of Lund and Uppsala.
  • Stress affects the immune system

    In a new PhD thesis from the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University, Emma Carlsson examines how both psychological stress and physical activity affects young people's immune systems.
  • Award for book on projectification

    Rolf A. Lundin, Professor Emeritus at Jönköping International Business School, recently accepted an international award for the book “Managing and Working in Project Society: Institutional Challenges of Temporary Organizations”.
  • Entrepreneurship an important accelerator for integration

    Entrepreneurship and self-employment is an alternative way for immigrants to integrate into the Swedish society. In a new PhD thesis from Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University, Quang Evansluong examines how immigrants create entrepreneurial opportunities.
    “Entrepreneurship accelerates the integration process. Simultaneously, integration influences the entrepreneur’s business concept.”