Research in Business Administration
Business administration is quite a young field. The first professorship was installed at Stockholm School of Economics in 1911. Business administration is today the largest subjects at Swedish universities and university colleges, counted in the number of student places.
Central research questions within Business Administration include among others organizational strategies and decision-making, financing, management control and accounting, as well as various forms of organizing. The abilities of companies and individuals to handle change and innovation processes, the procurement of resources and disposal of products and services are other central research questions. The common denominator for this broad range of research questions is the organizational perspective.
The research in Business Administration at Linköping University covers various topics such as strategy and strategic change, management control, entrepreneurship, public organization and work life, financial accounting, non-profit organizations, leadership and human resource management, knowledge integration and innovation, project management and project organizations, and international management. The division of Business Administration is located at the Department for Management and Engineering (IEI).
Accounting for Intangible Assets and Resources
CARER - Center for advanced research in emergency response
DEOFS - Diversity of Entrepreneurship and Organisational Forms in Services
EPOK - Enterprising by Projects and Organizational Knowledge
ESIK - Management Control in Industrial Contexts
HELIX - Managing Mobility for Learning, Health and Innovation
HRM in projects and project-intense firms
KITE - Knowledge Integration and Innovation in Transnational Enterprise
MEKA - Managing external knowledge acquisition
REMESO - Institute for research on migration, ethnicity and society
Last updated: 2013-12-03