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  • Research on challenges in the Swedish pension system

    2017-10-30
    Johannes Hagen, Assistant Professor in Economics at Jönköping International Business School, has received a post-doctoral grant of SEK 1.6 million from the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte), to study the challenges of the Swedish pension system for three years.
  • JU Solar Team finishes at eighth place!

    2017-10-14
    After seven days and over 3000 kilometers, JU Solar Team passed the finish line in Adeleide on Saturday 14 October at 9:38 local time.
  • Improved accessibility increases regional development

    2017-10-11
    On 29 September, Therese Norman defended her doctoral thesis on how improved accessibility to transportation services, human capital and jobs can affect regional development.
  • Organizations under pressure synergize to survive

    2017-10-10
    What happens to the integrity and core values of an organization when it is under pressure? In a new thesis from Jönköping University, Sara Ekberg investigates how organizations within the newspaper industry respond to challenges and opportunities.
  • World-class research in Jönköping

    2017-10-05
    A new independent report shows that Jönköping International Business School ranks first in Europe and second worldwide in entrepreneurship research.
  • Agneta Marell is new President at Jönköping University

    2017-10-02
    Agneta Marell, Professor in Business Administration, is new President at Jönköping University as from 1 October.
  • JU student receives title as Future Entrepreneur of the Year

    2017-10-02
    During the Entrepreneurial Gala (Entreprenörsgalan) Sweden 2017, Alice Moradian, student at Jönköping University, received the award as Future Entrepreneur of the Year for her business concept Earth Bite - a brand focused on sustainable and healthy food.
  • Towards a future where machines understand us

    2017-10-02
    In most respects, the web and its possibilities have evolved far beyond what most people thought was possible. In other respects, we have only just scratched the surface. In a new PhD thesis, Karl Hammar is finding models that can take the internet to the next step.
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