Johan Karlsson, Ph.D. and affiliated researcher at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University (JU), has been awarded “Ung forskarpriset” for 2023. He is recognized for his outstanding research in the fields of entrepreneurship and family ownership.
Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University receives over SEK 20 million from the family-owned The Hamrin Foundation. The money will finance new socially useful research in economics and business administration with a focus on current areas.
Can presence sensors adjust the lighting according to whether a person is calm or stressed and even indicate if someone is sick and needs help? This is investigated in the research study DOSE at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU).
A new study shows that yoga can be used to slow down cognitive impairment and dementia in adults aged 55 and over. The results of the study are clear and show that yoga has a greater positive impact on cognitive ability than strength and conditioning training. The study was conducted at the School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University in collaboration with Region Jönköping County.
In the doctoral thesis "Unplanned Managerial Work: A Driver for Knowledge Creation and Innovation Capabilities in Manufacturing SMEs", Kristina Sollander at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University, takes a closer look at management work in manufacturing SMEs. One of the conclusions is that unplanned work can benefit innovation.
The article "Economics professors' impact in science and research communication" in the latest issue of Ekonomisk debatt examines the scientific impact of Swedish professors in Business Administration and Economics. Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), at Jönköping University, ends up in the top tier in both subjects.