Current scholars- Stanford
List of current scholars
Johanna AndUppsala University (Sweden)
Thomas HippUniversity of Mannheim (Germany)
Magnus HolménHalmstad University (Sweden)
Cristine Dyhrberg HøjgaardCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Vegard KolbjørnsrudBI Norwegain Business School (Norway)
Selcan MutganLinköping University (Sweden)
Hanna OkkonenOulu Business School,University of Oulu (Finland)
Kathrin ReinsbergerStockholm School of Economics (Sweden)
Sina SmidCopenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Outi VanharantaAalto School of Science (Finland)
Jialei YangUniversity of Oulu (Finland)
|Institution||Halmstad University (Sweden)|
|Department||Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning research|
Magnus Holmén is a Professor in Innovation Sciences with a focus on Industrial Management. He is the research director for the Center for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning research (CIEL)at Halmstad University. His research interests involves the micro and meso levels with a focus on knowledge and technology creation. During his PhD he studied the emergence of technological innovations systems within regions. As a research associate at the Australian National University he studied the emergence and growth of innovation systems. His current research interests include processes of business model innovation, and the co.evolution of industries and emerging technologies such as additive manufacturing and AI.
Cristine Dyhrberg Højgaard
|Institution||Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)|
|Department||Management, Politics and Philosophy|
Cristine Dyhrberg Højgaard works in the research fields of civil society and organization studies, scrutinizing fluid modes of organizing in civil society. Based on a processual-relational ontology, she explores how such modes of organizing succeed in collective action, the role of social media herein and what characterizes engagement produced in such organizing. She engages with e.g. practice theory, debates on partial organization and ‘organizationality’, and at times draws on democratic theory. She is also very interested in the role of care and craft in fluidly organized civic engagement.
|Institution||BI Norwegain Business School (Norway)|
|Department||Strategy and Enterepreneurship|
Vegard Kolbjørnsrud is an Associate Professor in Strategy at BI Norwegian Business School and a Senior Research Fellow with Accenture. He is researching, teaching, and speaking on strategy, new organizational forms, problem solving, and the impact of AI on management and organizations. Vegard is currently investigating how the use of generative design and analytics software affects complex creative and analytical problem-solving processes in early-stage property development. He is responsible for the portfolio of digitalization-related courses at BI’s EMBA program as well as the national top management program for the healthcare sector in Norway.
|Institution||Linköping University (Sweden)|
|Department||Institute for Analytical Sociology / Department of Management and Engineering|
Selcan Mutgan is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Analytical Sociology in Linköping University, Sweden. She holds a PhD in analytical sociology, and has a background in economics and demography. Her research primarily concerns spatial income inequality, as well as school and residential segregation.
|Institution||Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden)|
|Department||House of Innovation|
My research lies at the intersection of the fields of innovation, technology and strategy. I am driven by the question on how organizations can acquire, assess and implement external knowledge to create innovation. I investigate this within the context of collective intelligence (crowds and contests), conducting field experiments in behavioral economics.
|Institution||University of Oulu (Finland)|
|Department||Department of Marketing, Management and International Business|
Jialei Yang is an Assistant Professor at the University of Oulu and a part-time project researcher at the University of Helsinki. She was a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley in 2019, sponsored by Professor Henry Chesbrough. Her research focuses on innovation management (especially innovation appropriability and open innovation). Her doctoral thesis, supervised by Professor Pia Hurmelinna-Laukkanen, addresses the dynamics in appropriating value from innovation and inter-organizational collaboration. She has 10+ publications including journals, conferences, and white papers. Her work was published in journals such as Research Policy and California Management Review.