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  • Launch of Globalisation Forum


    On 30 November, the Swedish Entrepreneurship forum will launch its new communications platform Globalisation Forum. Professor Leona Acthenhagen has authored the first report from this platform.
  • Doctoral Candidate presents paper to prestigious conference


    Ahmad Ghazawneh, Doctoral Candidate in Informatics at JIBS, has for the second year in row got a full research conference paper accepted at the International Conference on Information Systems, ICIS2011.
  • Two doctoral thesis defences on 9 December


    Magdalena Markowska at JIBS and Ulrika Bergsten at HHJ will both be defending their doctoral theses on 9 December.
  • Doctoral Thesis Defence - Berit Munck


    Friday 2 December at 1 p.m. in Forum Humanum at HHJ Berit Munck will be defending her doctoral thesis "Medical technology and its impact on palliative home care as a secure base experienced by patiens, next-of-kin and district nurses".
  • Global Forum in Gothenburg


    Associate Professor Charlotta Mellander will give a lecture at the Global Forum in Gothenburg on 21 November.
  • Nailing ceremony


    The official ceremony during which doctoral student Magdalena Markowska literally nails her doctoral thesis to the wall takes place on Thursday, 17 November at 12.00 on the 2:nd floor in the entrance hall at JIBS.  Welcome to attend the ceremony!
  • Swedish Economic Forum 2011


    Assistant Professor Johan Eklund is one of the speakers at the Swedish Economic Forum on 18 November.
  • Nailing ceremony for Ulrika Bergsten


    The ceremony where Ulrika Bergsten literally nails her doctoral thesis to the wall takes place on 17 November at 9:00 in the "Red Room" at the School of Health Sciences.
  • Nailing ceremony Berit Munck


    Friday 11 November at 8:30 in the "Red room" at the School of Health Sciences Berit Munck will literally nail her doctoral thesis to the wall.  Welcome to attend the ceremony!
  • 2 million SEK granted for research on survival and growth of new ventures


    Assistant Professor Lucia Naldi has been granted funding from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond to study the survival and growth of new ventures.  
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