Incoming Scholars - Stanford
Anna BrattströmLund University (Sweden)
Peter EdlundUppsala University (Sweden)
Åge JohnsenOslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (Norway)
Anni-Kaisa KähkönenLappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)
Christine LegnerUniversity of Lausanne (Switzerland)
Hilmar L. MjeldeThe Uni Research Rokkan Center & University of Bergen (Norway)
Henrik NielsenAalborg University (Denmark)
Dane PfluegerCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Daniil PokidkoHanken School of Economics, Helsinki (Finland)
Lars WitellLinköping University (Sweden)
|Institution||Uppsala University (Sweden)|
|Department||Department of Business Studies|
Peter Edlund is a PhD student at the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University. His thesis focuses on the antecedents and consequences of status organizing in the field of science, using the European Research Council and its Starting Grant funding scheme as an empirical case. He expects to defend his thesis during the spring of 2018.
|Institution||Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)|
|Department||School of Business and Management|
Anni-Kaisa Kähkönen is an Associate Professor of Supply Management and her research focuses of the topics of sustainable supply chain management, supply strategies, supply networks, collaboration and value creation.
Hilmar L. Mjelde
|Institution||The Uni Research Rokkan Center & University of Bergen (Norway)|
|Department||The Uni Research Rokkan Center|
Research areas: Party organization, the U.S. presidency, right-wing populism, immigration discourse, elections
|Institution||Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)|
|Title||Assistant Professor in Performance Management|
Dane’s research focuses on the ways in which the measurement and management of quality effect changes in professional jurisdictions, market organization and competition, and management control. These topics are investigated and discussed in relation to various settings such as healthcare delivery, platform-based production, and service development. Dane holds a PhD in Accounting from the London School of Economics.