Johan Karltun is a new Associate Professor in work organisation
What characterises a specific type of work? How can we design working processes in order to maximise the performance and minimise the workload? How do we organise work to facilitate execution and avoid repetitive strain injuries leading to early retirement? These are questions that Johan Karltun, Associate Professor in work organisation, addresses in his research.
Forum Förnyelse - an investment for increased regional collaboration and innovation
Jönköping International Business School at Jönköping University runs a cross-industry project together with Swerea-SWECAST and Jonkoping Chamber of Commerce.
Resources and discourses – two sides of entrepreneurial identity
Immigrant women entrepreneurs are not a homogenous group, but their collective stories can tell us something about the intersection between ethnicity, gender and class, and bring together two separate tracks in entrepreneurship research.
Start-up for the Pathway Programmes
Over 50 international students are starting to study Jönköping University’s English preparatory program; Pathway Programme, today 18 January.
CHILD-project granted 560 000 SEK from STINT
The Swedish researcher Karina Huus at Jönköping University and the South African researcher Shakila Dada from the South African partner University of Pretoria, both received an equal amount for the joint project Participation for children with disability.