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  • Effects of family firm failure


    The Ragnar Söderberg Foundation has granted more than SEK 2.9 million to the research project "The short and long term effects of family firm failure: Family members experiences, well-being and future prospects".
  • Research grant for project within Financial Market Regulations


    The research project Financial Market Regulations, Entrepreneurship and Firm Growth has received SEK 2,4 million from Vinnova. Read more
  • Exchange grant with Australia


    Professor Ethel Brundin has been granted funds from Swedish bank Handelsbanken for an exchange called “Advancing Emotions in Family Firms�. Read more
  • Exchange grant with Australia


    Professor Ethel Brundin has been granted funds from Swedish bank Handelsbanken for an exchange called “Advancing Emotions in Family Firms”.
  • Research grant for project within Financial Market Regulations


    The research project Financial Market Regulations, Entrepreneurship and Firm Growth has received SEK 2,4 million from Vinnova (Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems).
  • Grant received for study visit in Oxford


    Zehra Sayed, doctoral candidate at Jรถnkรถping International Business School (JIBS), has received a Hedelius grant of SEK 94,000 from Handelsbanken. Read more
  • Grant received for study visit in Oxford


    Zehra Sayed, doctoral candidate at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), has received a Hedelius grant of SEK 94,000 from Handelsbanken to visit the Reuters Institute of Journalism Studies at University of Oxford to pursue her doctoral thesis work.
  • The digital ecosystem – a way to success


    “Towards a Boundary Resources Theory of Software Platforms” is the first doctoral thesis in Informatics at Jönköping International Business School. Read more
  • Homes from Sweden - sustainable housing


    The project “Homes from Sweden”, where both Jönköping International Business School and the School of Engineering are participating, has received a planning grant of SEK 500,000 from Vinnova.
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