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  • Research on challenges in the Swedish pension system

    Portrait Johannes Hagen Johannes Hagen, Assistant Professor in Economics at Jönköping International Business School, has received a post-doctoral grant of SEK 1.6 million from the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte), to study the challenges of the Swedish pension system for three years.
  • JU Solar Team finishes at eighth place!

    After seven days and over 3000 kilometers, JU Solar Team passed the finish line in Adeleide on Saturday 14 October at 9:38 local time.
  • Improved accessibility increases regional development

    On 29 September, Therese Norman defended her doctoral thesis on how improved accessibility to transportation services, human capital and jobs can affect regional development.
  • Organizations under pressure synergize to survive

    Portrait Sara Ekberg What happens to the integrity and core values of an organization when it is under pressure? In a new thesis from Jönköping University, Sara Ekberg investigates how organizations within the newspaper industry respond to challenges and opportunities.
  • World-class research in Jönköping

    JIBS + HLK fasad mot söder A new independent report shows that Jönköping International Business School ranks first in Europe and second worldwide in entrepreneurship research.
  • Agneta Marell is new President at Jönköping University

    Agneta Marell portrait Agneta Marell, Professor in Business Administration, is new President at Jönköping University as from 1 October.
  • JU student receives title as Future Entrepreneur of the Year

    During the Entrepreneurial Gala (Entreprenörsgalan) Sweden 2017, Alice Moradian, student at Jönköping University, received the award as Future Entrepreneur of the Year for her business concept Earth Bite - a brand focused on sustainable and healthy food.
  • Towards a future where machines understand us

    Portrait Karl Hammar In most respects, the web and its possibilities have evolved far beyond what most people thought was possible. In other respects, we have only just scratched the surface. In a new PhD thesis, Karl Hammar is finding models that can take the internet to the next step.