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 the coming terms.

If you are interested in applying for one of our courses below please use the form Research course application and registration.Word

Dead-line for applying is 1 December to Spring courses and 1 June to Autumn courses.

JIBS is a member of the Swedish Graduate Program in Economics (Swegpec). Swegpec is a network for PhD programs in Economics. All PhD candidates in Economics can take PhD courses within SWEGPEC.external link, opens in new window

Swedish Network of Advanced Business Studies (SNABS) is a network for offering PhD courses in Business Administration and Industrial Management. You find a list of possible PhD courses on the SNABSexternal link, opens in new window web page.

Swedish Network for Graduate and Postgraduate Education in Statistics  (GRAPES ) is a network for offering PhD courses and workshops in Statistics. You find a list of possible PhD courses on GRAPESexternal link, opens in new window web page. 

Doctoral candidates in Informatics at JIBS are normally linked to the Research school for Marketing and IT (MIT). Information on courses within the school you will find here - MITexternal link, opens in new window.

Fall 2021

Classics in Organization theory, 4 credits
Led by Professor Tomas Müllern
Dates: September – October
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Quantitative research methods, 7.5 credits
Led by Professor Kristofer Månsson and Professor Lucia Naldi
Dates: October - December
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Mathematics for Economics I, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker
Course dates: Week 36 - 43
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Mathematics for Economics II, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker
Starting date: Week 41 - 51
Course syllabusPDF

Macroeconomics I, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Scott Hacker
Course dates: Week 44 - 51
Course syllabusPDF

Causal Inference In Applied Economics With Focus On Regional Economics, Economics Of Entreprenuership And Innovation, 3 ECTS credits

Course leader: Professor Oliver Falck
Course dates: October 20-22
Course syllabusPDF

Spring 2022

Classics in Marketing, 3 ECTS credits
Course leader: Associate Professor/Docent Adele Berndt
Starting date: February - March
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Qualitative research methods, 7.5 credits
Led by Assistant professor Dr. Markus Plate
Dates: March - May
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Applied Advanced Econometrics, 7.5 ECTS credits
Course leader: Professor Almas Heshmati
Starting date: TBD
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