Lisa Bäckvall

University Lecturer Work Organization

Supply Chain and Operations Management , School of Engineering

Master of Science


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Lisa Bäckvall holds MSc in Business Administration from Jönköping International Business School (JIBS). She has also studied at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia and India Institute of Management Bangalore, India, during 2006. She has been a visiting PhD Candidate at ESADE Business & Law School, Barcelona, and ESSEC Business School, Paris, during research education at JIBS.

Lisa has experience of researching entrepreneurship, gender, strategy, ownership in the empirical context of family business with a qualitative approach.  

Article

Bjursell, C., Bäckvall, L. (2011). Family business women in media discourse: the business role and the mother role Journal of Family Business Management, 1(2), 154-173 UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited . More information

Book chapter

Bjursell, C., Bäckvall, L. (2012). Mediebilden av kompetenta arvtagerskor och drivna företagare. In: Brundin, Johansson, Johannisson, Melin och Nordqvist (Ed.), Familjeföretagande: Affärer och känslor (pp. 227 -250). Stockholm: SNS förlag More information

Conference paper

Bäckvall, L. (2012). Foreigner or Family?: Exploring succession through practice perspective within family business. 8th EIASM Workshop on FAMILY FIRM MANAGEMENT RESEARCH. THE FAMILY BUSINESS: A BEAUTY OR A BEAST? May 31st- May 2nd 2012, Held in Jönköping Sweden. More information
Bäckvall, L. (2011). A Bourdieusian view of strategizing in the context of a family business. 27th EGOS Colloquium Reassembling Organizations July 6-9 2011 Gothenburg, Sweden. More information
Bäckvall, L. (2011). A practice perspective of transgenerational entrepreneuring in the context of a family business. 2011 NFF conference: A practice about practice Stockholm. More information
Bjursell, C., Bäckvall, L. (2009). Family business women in the media discourse: The fairytale heiresses and the down-to-earth tomboys. 2011 NFF conference: A practice about practice Stockholm. More information