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News

2020-06-26 How to become an entrepreneur in a week - The value of 7-day entrepreneurship courses
2020-06-23 Summer reading - enjoy our latest publications!
2020-05-12 Generous donation to Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship from Tibia Konsult AB and the Sten K Johnson Foundation
2020-05-08 Wicked problems require wicked solutions
2020-04-27 New insight reports published on public innovation
2020-04-21 Research update on Entrepreneurial Intention and Action among Refugees across Europe
2020-04-14 Student entrepreneurs want to help make the Swedish harvest possible this year
2020-04-06 ”Researchers need to be better informed about responsible internationalisation”
2020-03-02 New PhD course on Digital Monies for a Sustainable Future
2020-02-03 Instead of management candy: tools, understanding and reflection
2019-12-17 David Rae recipient of EEEA 2020
2019-12-12 Distrust and hope characterise innovation collaborations
2019-12-09 The researcher: Nobel Prize winners are rock stars for a week
2019-12-06 We are looking for an entrepreneurship researcher!
2019-12-05 Get to know Johan Wiklund, our new guest Professor!
2019-11-27 Can we shop ourselves out of the climate crisis?
2019-10-30 Three motives for enduring endurance running: freedom, achievement and competition
2019-10-22 New project examines companies’ ethical challenges in emerging markets
2019-10-08 Applications to the NICE programme now open!
2019-06-13 The action professor: “Researchers must create sustainable alternatives to the market economy“
2019-06-11 Researchers: “Leadership is overestimated; rely more on employees”
2019-05-27 Family entrepreneurship in the food industry when Barilla visited the centre
2019-05-24 Digitalisation as a threat and possibility ­– excerpts from the lectures by our new honorary doctors
2019-05-16 Welcome Agnieszka and Kristina, visiting associate professor and PhD student!
2019-05-16 How case method teaching spreads from one lecturer to another