• CEnSE celebrates 10 years!

    The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics (CEnSE) celebrates its 10th anniversary in December 2020.  
  • ERSA Nordic Section

    We are proud to announce that CEnSE co-director Mikaela Backman has been elected as secretary in the new board of the ERSA Nordic Section. 
  • Visiting scholar

    CEnSE is happy to host Raluca Mariana Grosu from Bucharest University of Economic Studies as a visiting scholar during September. 
  • New employees at CEnSE

    Emma Lappi and Helena Nilsson are excited to be part of the faculty at Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics
  • XIV World Conference of the SEA 2020 is cancelled

    November 23-25, CEnSE was supposed to host the 14th world conference of the Spatial Econometrics Association (SEA). The conference was originally planned for June 24-26, but was postponed due to the Covid-19 situation. Since the pandemic is still ongoing and travelling is likely to be restricted also in November, the conference has unfortunately been cancelled. Please check the SEA webpage (link below) for updates on future conferences. 
  • Three public dissertation defences

    In a couple of weeks three of CEnSE PhD Candidates will defend their doctoral thesis in Economics.
  • Johan Klaesson visits Cambridge

    CEnSE Director Johan Klaesson is visiting Cambridge University, where he has given a seminar at the Department of Land Economy.  
  • Professor tones down the risks of Brexit

    CEnSE director Johan Klaesson is interviewed in Jönköpingsposten regarding the impact of Brexit for the industrial region of Gnosjö, located in Jönköping County. 
  • Mikaela Backman visits Birmingham

    CEnSE Co-Director Mikaela Backman is visiting University of Birmingham, to give a seminar on her recent research on entrepreneurship and ageing.
  • Johan Klaesson on the high-speed rail

    CEnSE director Johan Klaesson is featured in Göteborgs-Posten, commenting on the long-debated high-speed railway that would connect the three metropolitan regions of Sweden with Jönköping as the central node. 

Content updated 2020-12-07