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  • Research project on women in retail granted 3,6 million

    Why do retail firms in Sweden started by women tend to be smaller and grow less than those started by men? This will be investigated in a new research project led by Lucia Naldi, Professor in Business Administration at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS).
  • Research project granted close to SEK 6 million

    Pernilla Mårtensson, Senior Lecturer in Didactics and program manager of the primary teacher program at the School of Education and Communication (HLK) at Jönköping University (JU), is one of three researchers who have been granted funds for the research project “Prospective Teachers’ Ability to Teach Early Arithmetic Skills – PROTEA”.
  • Dental care staff found lacking when treating children with Down syndrome

    Parents of children with Down's Syndrome feel that dental staff often lack competence in dealing with children that have the genetic condition. It is also felt that the staff often lack knowledge of alternative methods of communication, such as using pictures and signs as forms of communication support. This has been revealed from a survey conducted by researchers at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University (JU).
  • Research group CCD celebrates 25 years

    he research group CCD (Communication, Culture, and Diversity) was formed at the then University of Örebro. 25 years have passed and the environment has developed all the time and is now stronger than ever.
  • Successful workshops on case teaching in in Africa

    In 2020, STINT awarded Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) a grant to conduct a series of case teaching and case writing workshops in six African countries. The project has been running successfully since then. In early October, Anders Melander and Olof Brunninge from JIBS conducted workshops in Addis Ababa and Nairobi with Andrew Schenkel from SSE.