Current scholars- Stanford
List of current scholars
Marouane BousfihaChalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
Tom ChristensenUniversity of Oslo (Norway)
Ulf EricssonKristianstad University (Sweden)
Julia FleischerUniversity of Bergen / University of Potsdam (Norway)
Alison E. HolmCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Claus Højmark JensenAalborg University (Denmark)
Michael MeyerWU Vienna (Austria)
Ingvild ReymertThe University of Oslo/ The Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (Norway)
Barbara SpornWU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
|Institution||Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)|
|Department||Department of Technology Management and Economics|
Marouane Bousfiha is a doctoral student at the division of Entrepreneurship and Strategy. He has a background in Telecommunication Engineering and a Master’s degree in Management and Economics of Innovation from Chalmers University of Technology. He is involved in a project that helps research groups identify scalable business models based on their research findings as part of EuroLab-4-HPC, an EU funded research center of excellence in High Performance Computing Systems. Marouane’s research centers on academic entrepreneurship and the commercialisation of research results via venture creation.
|Institution||University of Oslo (Norway)|
Tom Christensen works generally in the area of central public governance and reform based on a diversity of organization theory perspectives. His works covers a lot of ground, from studies of reputation management in the public sector, via studies of accountability, public security management, police reforms, higher education reforms, welfare state reform, etc., to a set of emerging studies of reforms in several sectors in China, including structural development reforms, emergency management reforms, health and social policy reforms, etc.
|Institution||Kristianstad University (Sweden)|
|Department||Faculty of Business|
|Title||Associate professor in Working Life Science|
Ulf Ericsson currently works as an associate professor in Working Life Science at Kristianstad University, Sweden. In his research, he primarily focus on how work is being interpreted, negotiated and constructed in various contexts, and how these processes relate to the individual’s ability to perform and to develop sustainable work life strategies, mainly regarding health. In his research he addresses questions of how we can organize and manage more sustainable workplaces; how we better can understand aspects of work-life integration; how the emotional and cognitive stages mobilization-performance-recovery interact and influence the individual at work and at home.
|Institution||University of Bergen / University of Potsdam (Norway)|
|Department||Department of Administration and Organization Theory / Chair for German Politics and Government|
Julia Fleischer is full professor and chair in German politics and government at the University of Potsdam as well as Professor II at the University of Bergen at the Department for Administration and Organization Theory. She works on cabinet formation dynamics (see https://www.kabinettwatch.de) and on the structural determinants to govern (see https://www.sog-pro.eu). Her recent research addresses collaboration in and by governments in the digital age (see http://tropico-project.eu/). In her research, she applies qualitative and quantitative methods, one of her specific interests is the application and advancement of text analysis for research on coalition governance and executive politics.
Alison E. Holm
|Institution||Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)|
|Department||Department of Strategy and Innovation|
Alison’s research interests lie in the fields of international business and organization studies, with a focus on responses by multinational firms to stakeholder multiplicity.
|Institution||WU Vienna (Austria)|
Michael is a Professor of Nonprofit Management at WU Vienna. His current research focuses on managerialism in nonprofit organizations, nonprofit governance, civic participation (volunteering, giving), social innovation and social entrepreneurship. His teaching and training activities also embraces leadership, organizational behavior, and team management.
|Institution||The University of Oslo/ The Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (Norway)|
|Department||Department of Political Science|
|Institution||WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)|
|Department||Higher Education Management|
Barbara Sporn is Professor and Director of the Institute of Higher Education Management at WU Vienna. Her research and administrative experience (as Vice-Rector at WU Vienna for 13 years) include leadership and organization in higher education, university adaptation and change, international and comparative higher education, the globalization of higher education systems, and the public mission of colleges and universities. She teaches in the areas of organization, strategy and planning in expert organization at the bachelor and master level.