Department of Management and Engineering
News and Reportage
The Economics Division at the Department of Management and Engineering, Linköping University, is organizing the Swedish Graduate Program in Economics, SWEGPEC, annual workshop. The SWEGPEC workshop 2016 is held at Konsert & Kongress in Linköping, November 16-17.
Marc Keuschnigg, Research Fellow at IAS, has been awarded the Karl Polanyi Prize for his article "Product Success in Cultural Markets: The Mediating Role of Familiarity, Peers, and Experts" published in Poetics 2015, Vol. 51. The prize, donated by the Economic Sociology section of the German Sociological Association, honors top publications in Economic Sociology.
The open national SIMSAM meeting of 2016 will be held in Norrköping, 12-13 October.
The grant is given to a project named Circular Economy through Innovating Design (Circularis). It aims at developing innovative support for Swedish manufacturers to design products/services for resource efficiency and sustainability.
Toyota Material Handling Europe (TMHE) celebrates BT industries' 70 year anniversary with invited guest.
Two PhD candidate positions in Engineering Design Methods, Business Models, Simulation, and Policies for Circular Economy at Linköping University (Sweden)
Alyssa Blumenthal came to LiU in September 2015 on a Fulbright scholarship. Now she is full of enthusiasm about the Biogas Research Center (BRC), Linköping University, Sweden and energy-related issues. However she is leaving academia for a job at an energy company in her hometown, New York City.
Karl Wennberg, deputy director at the Institute of Analytical Sociology and a visiting professor in business administration at the Department of Management and Engineering, is one of eight outstanding young researchers selected as a member of the Young Academy of Sweden.
The Young Academy of Sweden is an independent, cross-disciplinary forum for some of the most promising young researchers in Sweden in all disciplines. The Academy was formed May 27, 2011 at the initiative of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Young in this context is a scientist with a Ph.D. for no more than ten years ago.
Last updated: Mon Jul 11 13:52:41 CEST 2016