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Research at the Department of Business Administration

The research at the Department of Business Administration has a strong academic character and is empirically oriented with studies of both public organisations and private businesses. In addition to the internal operations of organisations, the focus is also on the broader socio-economic, cultural and political conditions in which organisations operate. The researchers at the department have extensive contacts with industry, the public sector and other researchers in their subject areas and build both national and international networks.

Research areas

Our research areas are

  • accounting and finance
  • entrepreneurship
  • marketing
  • organisation
  • research policy
  • strategy

In each area, research is conducted which develops both the subject area and the related teaching.

Read more about research and research areas in Business Administration

Most recent publications in the Research Portal

Social isolation and risk-taking behavior: The case of COVID-19 and cryptocurrencyLavan, T., Martin, B. A. S., Lim, W. M...
Ignoring and collective passivity in relation to information systems: How actors avoided engagement with data about wait...
COVID-19 risk perception and food security in the MENA region: evidence from a multi-wave household surveyAbu Hatab, A.,...
The Art of Phenomena Construction: A Framework for Coming Up with Research Phenomena beyond ‘the Usual Suspects’Alvesson...
Living smaller: acceptance, effects and structural factors in the EULehner, M., Richter, J. L., Kreinin, H., Mamut, P., ...
International retailers as a main force for sustainabilityElg, U., 2024 Jun 25, In: International Journal of Retail and ...
Crafting conceptual proposition-based contributions: The 7C frameworkHollebeek, L., Srivastava, R. K., Clark, M. K., Urb...
Stuck in the playground: a (failed) organizational entrepreneuring processPicard, H., Fernández, P. D. & Hjorth, D., 202...
Selling Far-Right Extremism: New Forms of Far-Right Merchandise and Online Consumer Subcultures in SwedenAskanius, T. & ...
Luxury ConsumptionOurahmoune, N. & Samsioe, E., 2024 Jun 13, Elgar Encyclopedia of Consumer Behavior. Gollnhofer, J., Ho...