Nina Granqvist is Professor of Management at the Aalto University School of Business.
Her research focuses on how new markets emerge and develop in contexts such as food trends, solar energy, nanotechnology, and quantum computing. Theoretically, her work contributes to our understanding of institutions, market categorization, temporality and narratives. She currently leads two major research projects – the Academy of Finland project studying the transition of quantum computing from labs to markets, and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation project on the emergence of the field of impact investing in the Nordics. Her work has been published in Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Organization Studies, and Journal of Management Studies, among others. Her work on emergence of novelty has been awarded with several prizes including the Roland Calori Award for a best paper published in Organization Studies in 2013, and conference best paper awards (e.g. EGOS 2009, EIBA 2017). She is a senior editor for Organization Studies and an editorial board member for several journals (e.g. Academy of Management Journal and Organization Theory).