Current scholars- Stanford

List of current scholars

Signe Bruskin

Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
sbr.ioa@cbs.dk

Ulf Ericsson

Kristianstad University (Sweden)
ulf.ericsson@hkr.se

Alison E. Holm

Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
aho.si@cbs.dk

Daniel Kindström

Linköping University (Sweden)
daniel.kindstrom@liu.se

Johan Klaassen

Stockholm University (Sweden)
johan.klaassen@sbs.su.se

Michael Meyer

WU Vienna (Austria)
Michael.Meyer@wu.ac.at

Håvard Ness

University of South-Eastern Norway (Norway)
havard.ness@usn.no

Kalliopi Platanou

Aalto University School of Business (Finland)
kalliopi.platanou@aalto.fi

Georg Reischauer

WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
georg.reischauer@wu.ac.at

Ingvild Reymert

The University of Oslo/ The Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (Norway)
ingvild.reymert@nifu.no

Barbara Sporn

WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
sporn@wu.ac.at
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Signe Bruskin

Institution Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Department Department of Organization
Title Ph.D. student
Arrived 06.01.2019
Departs 08.31.2019
E-mail sbr.ioa@cbs.dk

My research interests revolve around organization studies and in particular changes in organizations. My research project seeks to investigate and illuminate how employees and leaders make sense of organizational changes in a Nordic bank. The financial industry is changing and so are the banks. Hence, this research project tries to investigate how employees and leaders experience organizational changes, when changes have become part of the everyday activities of the organization. Theoretically, the research project is grounded in a process-philosophical approach to organizational changes often referred to as ‘Organizational becoming’.

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Ulf Ericsson

Institution Kristianstad University (Sweden)
Department Faculty of Business
Title Associate professor in Working Life Science
Arrived 01.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail ulf.ericsson@hkr.se

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.

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Alison E. Holm

Institution Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Department Department of Strategy and Innovation
Title PhD Fellow
Arrived 01.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail aho.si@cbs.dk

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.

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Daniel Kindström

Institution Linköping University (Sweden)
Department Department of Management and Engineering
Title Professor
Arrived 06.01.2019
Departs 08.31.2019
E-mail daniel.kindstrom@liu.se

My research primarily revolves around market shaping, business model innovation and the implementation of proactive market strategies. Currently I am involved in research projects focusing on proactive market shaping and how companies can shape their markets in order to enable new value (co-)creation practices, as well as growth strategies in SMEs.

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Johan Klaassen

Institution Stockholm University (Sweden)
Department Stockholm Business School
Title PhD student
Arrived 04.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail johan.klaassen@sbs.su.se

Johan is a doctoral candidate in the Management section at Stockholm Business School and part of the Swedish national research school in Management and IT. His research interest is work and technology in educational organizations, focusing on the processes by which the daily work in schools change or persist with technological developments and digitalization attempts. He is also involved in a national commissioned education program for school principals (Rektorsprogrammet) as well as a larger research project about school leadership.

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Michael Meyer

Institution WU Vienna (Austria)
Department Managment
Title Prof.
Arrived 01.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail Michael.Meyer@wu.ac.at

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.

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Håvard Ness

Institution University of South-Eastern Norway (Norway)
Department Department of Business, Marketing and Law
Title Professor, Dr Oecon
Arrived 06.01.2019
Departs 08.31.2019
E-mail havard.ness@usn.no

Håvard Ness is a Professor of Strategy and Tourism. His research focuses on interorganizational relationships at different (dyadic, triadic, network) levels of analysis. In particular, issues related to governance and negotiation processes have been focused, as well as learning, innovation, and diffusion of practice between organizations. His research also address interdependence and antecedents of integration between firms, as well as degrees and effects of integration.

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Kalliopi Platanou

Institution Aalto University School of Business (Finland)
Department Management Studies
Title Ph.D. Candidate
Arrived 04.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail kalliopi.platanou@aalto.fi

Kalliopi is a Ph.D. candidate in International Business at Aalto University School of Business. Her doctoral dissertation focuses on identifying how professional fields are constructed in social media platforms and the field dynamics that take place in such domains. Theoretically, she draws on institutional theory paying attention to the digital landscape in which professional and organization action occurs. In practice, she applies topic-modeling and social network analysis to examine how the Human Resource Management (HRM) field is formed on Twitter. 

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Georg Reischauer

Institution WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
Department Department of Strategy and Innovation
Title Dr.
Arrived 06.01.2019
Departs 08.31.2019
E-mail georg.reischauer@wu.ac.at

Georg Reischauer’s research focuses on collaborative innovation and collaborative organization. More specifically, he is interested in how organizations create, participate in, and respond to collaborative structures and practices that enable them to innovate and organize in a sustainable way.

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Ingvild Reymert

Institution The University of Oslo/ The Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (Norway)
Department Department of Political Science
Title PhD Student
Arrived 01.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail ingvild.reymert@nifu.no
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Barbara Sporn

Institution WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
Department Higher Education Management
Title Professor
Arrived 02.01.2019
Departs 06.30.2019
E-mail sporn@wu.ac.at

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.