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  • Cross-border entrepreneurship


    JIBS Professor and Associate Dean for Research, Friederike Welter, was guest editor for a special edition of Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal.
  • CeFEO researchers get FOBI Research Scholarship Award


    JIBS Professors Ethel Brundin and Leif Melin received the FOBI (Family Owned Business Institute) Award of USD 5,000 for the project ”Family capital – the theoretical and practical solution for entrepreneurial capacity over generations in family businesses”.
  • JIBS host for international STEP meeting


    An international STEP meeting was held at Jรถnkรถping International Business School on 30 May with about 20 family business researches from distinguished European universities and business schools attending. Read more
  • Born Globals - Rapid International Growth in New Ventures


    A new doctoral thesis in business administration explains how different factors influence the rapid international growth of Born Global firms. Read more
  • International award in family business research


    Professor Leif Melin, at Jรถnkรถping International Business School, has received the International Award from the Family Firm Institute. Read more
  • JIBS host for international STEP meeting


    Ethel Brundin, Professor at Jรถnkรถping International Business School (JIBS), hosted the STEP meeting held at JIBS on 30 May. About 20 family business researches from distinguished European universities and business schools attended the meeting.
  • Nailing ceremony 13 June


    The official ceremony during which doctoral student Per Skoglund literally nails his doctoral thesis to the wall takes place on Wednesday 13 June at 13:15 on the 2nd floor in the entrance hall at JIBS.  Welcome to attend the ceremony!
  • Family business research receives SEK 11 million


    The research centre CeFEO, which conducts worldclass research on family business, receives a donation of over SEK 11 million, from the Carl-Olof and Jenz Hamrin Foundation. Read more
  • Corporate Governance traditions or laws?


    A new doctoral thesis in economics from Jรถnkรถping International Business School examines differences in corporate governance, mainly between Scandinavia and Asia. Read more
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