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Theory Building Research programme (TBRP)

Romeo V. Turcan (TBRP founder and Leader)

Romeo, Professor: International Entrepreneurship and Organization Theory, at Aalborg University Business School, Denmark, is the founder and leader of TBRP. He is interested in cross-disciplinary theory building in the areas of new sector emergence in developing and developed markets; de-internationalization; and international entrepreneurship. He holds MSc and PhD from Strathclyde University in the UK and diploma of mechanical engineer from the Air Force Engineering Military Academy, Riga, Latvia... learn more.

 

Svante Andersson

Svante is Professor of Business Administration at Halmstad University in Sweden. He has been a project leader in many externally financed research projects. Currently, he is a research leader of the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Marketing Management; a project leader of research projects that deal with international growth in the health technology sector and with Born Globals as an innovative approach to business creation in international networks... learn more.

 

Nikhilesh Dholakia

Nikhilesh is Professor Emeritus, University of Rhode Island  and founding co-editor of Markets, Globalization & Development Review (MGDR). He was a president of International the Society of Markets & Development. He is a core member of the Theory Building Research Program at Aalborg University. Nikhilesh's current research focuses on global social and cultural aspects of new media, sentient technologies, and socioeconomic transformations... learn more.

 

Michael Fast

Michael is Docent and Head of Research & Development at Business Department, University College Northern Denmark. His research interests are in the areas of philosophy of science and qualitative methodology in lifeworld traditions and subjectivism (phenomenology, hermeneutic, symbolic interactionism, critical theory), organization theory and organizational analysis with the aim of developing conceptual understanding of organizational reality, organizing, leadership, and qualitative economics... learn more.

 

Norman M. Fraser

Norman is an entrepreneur and Adjunct Professor at AAU. Educated at Edinburgh and London Universities, he has spent more than twenty years creating and leading successful businesses. He has authored around 50 peer-reviewed publications and his current research interests include entrepreneurship, industry creation, and institutionalization. He has served on a number of technical and business expert committees of the British Government and EU... learn more.
 

KENNETH MØLBJERG JØRGENSEN

Kenneth, PhD, is Professor at the Department of Business and Management at Aalborg University. His research interests comprise power, storytelling, ethics and sustainability in organizations. He is currently involved in regional projects concerning sustainability. He is the head of the Sustainable Storytelling Lab at The European School of Governance (EUSG). Kenneth has authored, co-authored and edited numerous books, articles and book chapters... learn more.

 

Anita Juho

Anita is a Post-Doc researcher at the Department of Management and International Business, University of Oulu, Finland. She is a business-minded and practice-oriented international Business professional with work experience from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and North America. Those experiences have given me practical experience, business perspective, cultural knowledge, and a wide network of academics, business people, and entrepreneurs around the world... learn more.

 

Andy Lowe

Andy is a Fellow of the Grounded Theory Institute in California. He holds an MBA from Aston University in Birmingham UK as well as a PhD from Glasgow University Scotland. For the past 20 years Andy has had a close working relationship with the co-originator of the Grounded Theory method Dr. Barney Glaser. Andy is still very active in PhD research supervision... learn more.
 

 

Chris MoulD

Profiled by Guardian Newspapers as one of the UK’s top social entrepreneurs, Chris is an innovative leader, widely experienced in public and voluntary sectors. He is particularly interested in disruption, scale, replication and impact. Between 2007 and 2017 Chris led the Trussell Trust through its transition from a small NGO to a multi award winning national organisation that pioneered social franchising. Chris has worked with the highest levels of government both in the UK and the EU... learn more.

 


John E. Reilly

John Reilly is a Higher Education consultant with wide European and International experience in Higher Education and a member of the UK Bologna Experts team, having full understanding of the Bologna process and the European Commission modernization agenda. He was awarded the MBE for services to Higher Education and the ERASMUS programme in the U.K. New Year Honours 2002. Dr. Reilly was appointed as Officier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques by the French Government in December 2004... learn more.

 

Michael Saren

Michael is Professor of Marketing at the School of Management at the University of Leicester, UK. His research interests originated in the area of marketing and management of technology. In recent years he has become more interested in the development of marketing theory, particularly regarding marketing knowledge, consumer culture and issues of sustainability. Michael is one of the founding editors of the Marketing Theory journal... learn more.

 

 

PhD and Post-Doc Researchers

LAURIE PRANGE-MARTIN

Laurie is a Doctoral Researcher registered with Aalborg University. She holds a Master of Library and Information Science, University of Western Ontario and a Master of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland. She has taught and presented on online and distance learning technologies, faculty work, information literacy, and political activism. Her research interests are on northern entrepreneurship, labour relations, and organizational learning... learn more.

 

DEMET SCHAEFLER

Demet is a Doctoral Researcher who has worked in the last few years as director of a public hospital in Switzerland, and held different leadership positions in the Swiss Leading Private Hospitals Group Hirslanden and as CEO in an IT company. She holds an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma from University of Gloucestershire and studied Economic Science in Bern in Switzerland. Her research interest is leadership in health care management and the power building process in politics... learn more.  


 

Legitimation of Newness and Its Impact on EU Agenda for Change (LNETN)

Aalborg University lnetn team

Romeo V. Turcan (LNETN coordinator)

Romeo, Professor: International Entrepreneurship and Organization Theory, at Aalborg University Business School, Denmark, is the founder and leader of TBRP. He is interested in cross-disciplinary theory building in the areas of new sector emergence in developing and developed markets; de-internationalization; and international entrepreneurship. He holds MSc and PhD from Strathclyde University in the UK and diploma of mechanical engineer from the Air Force Engineering Military Academy, Riga, Latvia... learn more.

 

Dmitrij Slepniov

Dmitrij is Associate Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark. He holds MSc from the London School of Economics and PhD from Aalborg University. Prior to his academic career, he acted as Deputy Director of Economics and Finance department at Confederation of Industries. His current research is on innovation strategy, value chains and upgrading of Chinese firms, servitization and service design. Since 2015, he is the director of MSc in Innovation Management at the Sino-Danish Center in Beijing... learn more.

 

Berit Klitgård Jakobsen

Berit is LNETN's financial controller and will be responsible for the financial reporting internally and externally. She has a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (Financial and Management Accounting), and has experience as financial controller from several external funded projects. She also works as fundraiser of external funding at department level at Aalborg University... learn more.

 

Rebecca Saksager

Rebecca is LNETN's Administrative Project Manager and will be responsible for the day-to-day operation. Rebecca is LNETN's first point of contact concerning questions about project administration... learn more.

 

 


Halmstad University LNETN Team

Svante Andersson (LNETN project leader)

Svante Andersson is Professor in Business Administration at Halmstad University. His areas of research include marketing, entrepreneurship and international business He is on the editorial board of Journal of International Entrepreneurship and has published in Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Marketing, International Marketing Review, European Journal of Marketing and Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. He has extensive international experience as export manager... learn more.

 

Jonas GabrielssonJonas Gabrielsson

Jonas Gabrielsson is Professor of Business Administration at Halmstad University. His research and teaching are focused on new and small firms from entrepreneurship, strategic management and organisational behaviour perspectives. He also has a general research interest in corporate governance, entrepreneurship education, and the commercialisation and diffusion of new technologies... learn more.


 

Natasha EversNatasha Evers

Natasha is Visiting Professor of International Entrepreneurship & Marketing at Halmstad University, Sweden and Associate Professor in Business Strategy at Trinity College Dublin. Her main research lies in SMEs at the intersection of strategy, international business and entrepreneurship. Natasha has published in Journal of World Business, Journal of International Marketing, International Marketing Review, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development... learn more.

 

University of Glasgow LNETN Team

Niall G. MacKenzieNiall G. MacKenzie (LNETN project leader)

Niall G. MacKenzie FRSA is Director of Accreditations in the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. Prior to re-joining the University, he worked at the universities of Cambridge, Wales and Strathclyde in the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation. His research has been published in the Harvard Business History Review, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Business History, Small Business Economics, Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Regional Studies, amongst others... learn more.

 

Jillian GordonJillian Gordon

Jillian Gordon is Director of Learning and Teaching in the Adam Smith Business School and member of the School Executive team. Her work focuses on the interplay of social enterprise, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. She is a board member on two key project delivery governance boards as part of the UofG campus re-development. Her work has been published in Human Relations, International Small Business Journal, Harvard Business History Review, Venture Capital, and Business History... learn more.

 

Dominic ChalmersDominic Chalmers

Dominic joined the Adam Smith Business School in 2019 as Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Prior to this, Dominic worked at the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde, where he was Director of Postgraduate Teaching. His current research examines emerging digital entrepreneurship trends such as blockchain and multi-sided platforms. Dominic’s research has been published in Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice... learn more.

 

University of Oulu lnetn Team

Petri AhokangasPetri Ahokangas (LNETN project leader)

Petri is senior research fellow, adjunct professor, and the leader of Futuralis research group at Oulu Business School, University of Oulu, Martti Ahtisaari Institute, Finland. His research interests lie in how innovation and technological change affect international business creation, transformation, and strategies in highly technology and software-intensive business domains. He has over 170 publications and works actively in national and international research projects... learn more.

 

Timo Koivumäki Timo Koivumäki

Timo previously worked at VTT and University of Oulu as a research professor of: mobile business applications; information and business communication; and electronic commerce. His research interests include consumer behavior in digital environments, user-driven innovation, digital marketing, digital service business models and service ecosystems. Koivumäki has over 50 publications and participated in numerous national and international research and development projects... learn more.

 

Minna Pikkarainen Minna Pikkarainen

Minna Pikkarainen is a joint Connected Health professor of VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and University of Oulu / Oulu Business School, Martti Ahtisaari Institute and Faculty of Medicine. Minna is conducting multidisciplinary research in innovation management, service networks and business models in the context of connected health service co-creation. Minna has over 80 publications in fields such as nursing science, innovation management, software engineering and information systems... learn more.

 

LNETN partner organizations

Bittumm Wireless

JARI PARTANEN 

Jari Partanen is the Head of Quality and Environment at Bittium that undergwent a transition towards a leaner and more agile way of working in the last few years and employed Continuous Integration towards Continuous Deployment, Continuous and Transparent Planning, and embedded DevOps practices. Jari has actied as Exploitation and Innovation Manager in Q-Rapids H2020 project and task leader in ITEA Cyberfactory#1 Cyber Resilience activities and the board member at Information Technology and Electrical Engineering faculty at the University of Oulu... learn more.

FinTech Scotland 

Stephen Ingledew

Stephen Ingledew, CEO, has years of experience in the financial sector where he focussed on implementing customer focused and technology enabled initiatives. He previously worked as senior executive for companies such as Standard Life and Barclays and small innovative financial enterprises. Stephen has occupied a number of non-executive director roles in his career including with Scottish Financial Enterprise; The Institute of Financial Services; The Chartered Insurance Institute and The Financial Services Authority...learn more.

Getinge Infection Control

Harald CastlerHarald Castler

Harald is Getinge AB Director and member of its executive management team. He has worked for the company for almost 30 years and held several positions, mainly in sales and marketing. Since April 2017, he has the global responsibility to build up the new business area  Getinge Life Science. Harald holds a Master of Science from Lund University, faculty of Chemical Engineering… learn more.

 


New Factory

Jukka Matikainen 

Jukka is the co-founder and head of New Factory, an innovation hub and business accelerator helping startups, corporates and research teams to turn ideas into products and services. He has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of startups, innovation management, regional economic development and commercialization of research. Jukka acts as an innovation expert of Doctoral School of Industry Innovations of Tampere University. He is currently setting up a new venture builder & accelerator for research-based tech startups and industry called Spinoutlab... learn more.

Nokia

Seppo Yrjölä

Seppo is Principal Engineer at Nokia Enterprise, and has been with Nokia for 30 years. He incubates and steers opportunities externally with customers, partners and governments with the purpose of driving growth by innovating holistically from technology to business models. Seppo has PhD in telecommunications from Oulu University and is Professor University of Oulu in the field of techno-economics of future wireless communications services and networks. His recent research explores how and why platform-based ecosystemic business models emerge in future wireless systems... learn more.

NOVI

HENRIK LUNDUM

Henrik is CEO of NOVI, one of Denmark’s most innovative science parks, where over 1400 employees in 200 companies work alongside to bring together new ideas, entrepreneurship, network and innovation. He holds 10 years of solid CEO-experience, including several years of board experience throughout different Industries. Henrik holds E-MBA in Business Strategy, incl., Graduate diploma in BA Marketing Management/Strategy HD(A) and Financial and Management Accounting HD(R) from AAU... learn more.

 

Scottish EDGE

Steven Hamill

As Chief Operating Officer for Scottish EDGE, Steven is responsible for the end-to-end delivery of the Scottish EDGE competition, working closely with early-stage Scottish businesses and assessment panel members to ensure the delivery of a fair and consistent competition which identifies exciting, growth-potential businesses to support. Scottish EDGE has invested more than £15m in almost 400 innovative new Scottish businesses across a range of industries. Learn more.

 

Softiron LTD

Norman M. Fraser

Norman is an entrepreneur and Adjunct Professor at AAU. Educated at Edinburgh and London Universities, he has spent more than twenty years creating and leading successful businesses. He has authored around 50 peer-reviewed publications and his current research interests include entrepreneurship, industry creation, and institutionalization. He has served on a number of technical and business expert committees of the British Government and EU... learn more.
 

The Shaftesbury Partnership Ltd

Chris MoulD

Profiled by Guardian Newspapers as one of the UK’s top social entrepreneurs, Chris is an innovative leader, widely experienced in public and voluntary sectors. He is particularly interested in disruption, scale, replication and impact. Between 2007 and 2017 Chris led the Trussell Trust through its transition from a small NGO to a multi award winning national organisation that pioneered social franchising. Chris has worked with the highest levels of government both in the UK and the EU... learn more.

 

University of Rhode Island

Nikhilesh Dholakia (LNETN project leader)

Nikhilesh is Professor Emeritus, University of Rhode Island (URI), and founding co-editor of Markets, Globalization & Development Review (MGDR). He was a president of the International Society of Markets & Development (ISMD), the parent body of MGDR. He is a core member of the Theory Building Research Program (TBRP) at Aalborg University. Dr. Dholakia's research deals with globalization, technology, innovation, market processes, and consumer culture – and has been published widely in global journals. His current work focuses on global social and cultural aspects of new media... learn more.

 

Ruby Roy Dholakia

Ruby is Professor Emerita at the College of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island (URI). She was the founding president of the International Society of Markets & Development (ISMD). Engaged extensively in research projects on technologies for the home, the retail environment, and the workplace, she has published widely on these topics in major global journals. She has also chaired several conferences and special sessions, and edited special issues of journals on these topics. Her signature book is Technology and Consumption: Understanding Consumer Choices and Behaviors... learn more.

 

Hillary Leonard

Hillary is Associate Professor and Marketing Area Coordinator, College of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island (URI). Her research is focused on Consumer Research and Qualitative Inquiry Methods and has appeared, among other places, in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing. She was the chair of the URI Faculty Senate during 2018-2019... learn more.

 

Norbert Mundorf

Norbert Mundorf is Professor and Interim Director, Harrington School of Communication and Media, at the University of Rhode Island. His interdisciplinary research, teaching and outreach initiatives promote mobility, health and resilience using his expertise in media effects, social media, and behavior change using Prochaska’s Stages of Change model. Funded projects relate to health promotion, sustainable transportation, acceptance of innovative renewable materials, and preparedness for the impacts of Climate Change. He has conducted extensive Global Online Debates designed to improve intercultural communication... learn more.

 

Ian Reyes

Ian Reyes is an Associate Professor in the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island working at the intersection of media theory and marketing theory. His research has been published in journals including Consumption Markets & Culture, Marketing Theory, and the Journal of Marketing Management. His current projects address social media engagement, popular music cultures, and transmedia strategies.... learn more.

 

 

International Entrepreneurship Training Network (IETN)

AALBORG UNIVERSITY IETN TEAM

ROMEO V. TURCAN (IETN COORDINATOR)

Romeo, Professor: International Entrepreneurship and Organization Theory, at Aalborg University, Denmark, is the founder and leader of TBRP. He is interested in cross-disciplinary theory building in the areas of new sector emergence in developing and developed markets; de-internationalization; and international entrepreneurship. He holds MSc and PhD from Strathclyde University in the UK and diploma of mechanical engineer from the Air Force Engineering Military Academy, Riga, Latvia... learn more.

 

Yariv Taran

Yariv is Associate Professor in Innovation and Organization at the Department of Business and Management, Aalborg University. He received a BSc in Management and Sociology at the Open University of Israel, and an MSc in Economics and Business Administration at the Aalborg University, from where he also received his PhD in Business Model Innovation. His research focuses primarily on business model design, managing risks through innovation processes, and decision making under uncertainty... learn more.

 

KENNETH MØLBJERG JØRGENSEN

Kenneth, PhD, is Professor at the Department of Business and Management at Aalborg University. His research interests comprise power, storytelling, ethics and sustainability in organizations. He is currently involved in regional projects concerning sustainability. He is the head of the Sustainable Storytelling Lab at The European School of Governance (EUSG). Kenneth has authored, co-authored and edited numerous books, articles and book chapters... learn more.

 

Andreea Bujac 

Andreea is Assistant Professor of International Marketing at the International Business Centre, AAU. She teaches courses in the MSc program of International Marketing as well as BSc program of Economics and Business Administration. her research comprises branding, marketing communication tools, consumer behavior, COO effect, consumer ethnnocetrism. Andreea is the project manager of this project... learn more.

 



BERIT KLITGÅRD JAKOBSEN

Berit is IETN Financial Controller. She has a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (Financial and Management Accounting), and has experience as financial controller from several external funded projects. She also works as fundraiser of external funding at department level at Aalborg University... learn more.

 

 


Linnæus UNIVERSITY IETN TEAM

Per Servais (IETN Project Leader)

Per is professor and vice-dean at the center for International Business Studies on Emerging markets, department of Marketing at Linnæus University. He conducts research on the following: Plasticity of International Ventures, Entrepreneurial Internationalization, International Entrepreneurship, International New Ventures... learn more.


 

 

SUSANNE SANDBERG 

Susanne is senior lecturer at the Center for International Business Studies on Emerging markets at Linnæus University. She conducts research in internationalization processess of SMEs in emerging markets; internationalization of Chinese firms, studying qualitatively the initial stages of internationalization of six firms from the Yangtze River Delta Region in China;  Chinese wholesale and retail market platforms in China and Europe, as well as leadership of Swedish managers on site in China... learn more.

 

Malin Madestam

Malin is education administrator at the School of Business and Economics at Linnæus University. She administrates School of Business and Economics web-based courses and course evaluations for both Kalmar and Växjö... learn more.

 



Selcen Öztürkcan

Selcen has designed and taught over 40 different Ph.D., Graduate, and Undergraduate courses in 17 different universities in nine countries (Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, UK, and the US). Her research, which appeared as journal articles, books, book chapters, and case studies... learn more.

 



LUT UNIVERSITY IETN TEAM

Sami Saarenketo (IETN Project leader)

Sami is Professor of International Marketing at the School of Business and Management at LUT University, Finland. His main research interests are international marketing and entrepreneurship in tech-based small firms. He has published in Journal of World Business, Management International Review, International Business Review, European Journal of Marketing and Journal of International Entrepreneurship. Prof. Saarenketo currently serves as a Dean of School of Business and Management... learn more.


Igor Laine

Igor is a Post-doctoral researcher at the School of Business and Management at LUT University, Finland, where he earned his doctoral degree in November 2016. His doctoral dissertation entitled Institution-based View of Entrepreneurial Internationalization was approved with distinction and reflects his research interests at the intersection of international business and entrepreneurship with a focus on emerging economies... learn more.

 

hannes velt

Hannes is a junior fellow researcher at the School of Business and Management at LUT University, Finland. Hi research focuses on entrepreneurial ecosystems...learn more.







Paavo Ritala

Paavo is a Professor of Strategy and Innovation at the School of Business and Management at LUT University, Finland. His research and teaching focus broadly on organizational renewal, collaborative innovation, as well as sustainable value creation. His research has been published in journals such as Research Policy, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Industrial and Corporate Change, British Journal of Management, R&D Management and Technovation... learn more.



Olli Kuivalainen

Olli is Professor of International Marketing and Entrepreneurship at LUT University, School of Business and Management and Professor of International Business and Management at the Alliance Manchester Business School. His expertise covers broad areas of international business, marketing, entrepreneurship and technology management, the core area being international entrepreneurship... learn more.

 


Siegen UNIVERSITY IETN TEAM

Ralph Dreher (IETN PROJECT LEADER)

Ralph is a full Professor for Technical Vocational Didactics (TVD) at the University of Siegen. He wrote his PhD-Thesis in the field of simulation-added and multimedia-supported Technical Training. He worked as Technical Teacher and Researcher for developing and evaluating TT-TVET -Programs for Technical Vocational Teachers in Germany, China and Bangladesh. Ralph is very active in PhD research supervision... learn more.

 

Gesine Haseloff 

Gesine works as a researcher and project coordinator at the Chair of Technical Vocational Didactics at the University of Siegen and the Technical University of Dresden, Germany. She has experience in teacher education for vocational education and training (VET). Her research interests include networking for VET and international VET development. In her doctoral thesis Gesine has developed a further education system that allows students to progress from Bachelor to Master and PhD... learn more.

 

University of Tartu IETN team

Eneli Kindsiko (IETN PROJECT LEADER)

Eneli is an Associate Professor of qualitative research at the School of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu, Estonia. She holds a B.A in Philosophy and a double M.A in Philosophy and Economics. She received her PhD in Economics in 2014 from the University of Tartu, and the milestones of her thesis were established during her stay as a Visiting Doctoral Student at the Manchester Business School, UK... learn more.

 

Anneli Kaasa

Anneli works as a Professor of Social and Cultural Studies in Economics and is currently the Vice Head for Research of the School of Economic and Business Administration at the University of Tartu, Estonia. She has been teaching Mathematics for Economics and Microeconomics. Her research interests include social capital, culture and values, human capital, innovation, economic development... learn more.

 

Gaygysyz Ashyrov

Gaygysyz is a junior research fellow in Economic Modelling at the School of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu, Estonia. He researches among others, the role of costs, benefits, and moral judgments in private-to-private corruption...learn more



 

Krista Jaakson

Krista is a Researcher in the School of Economics and Business Administration at University of Tartu, Estonia. She has been a consultant and project leader in many industry financed projects. Currently, she is a Chair of Management and her field of research is organisational values, ethics, and organisational culture... learn more.


 

 

Kadri Ukrainski

Kadri works as a Professor of Research and Innovation Policy and is currently the Head of the School of Economics and Business Administration at the University of Tartu, Estonia. She is also involved with teaching intermediate level courses in Public Economics, and Innovation & Technology Policy. Her research interests lie in innovation policies more broadly, but currently she is granted with the research projects concerning bioeconomy and transformative innovation policy... learn more.
 

Diana Eerma

Diana is an Associate Professor on Economic Policy at the School of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu and Head of Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation in Estonia. She is author/co-author of more than 65 scientific articles and three books. Her main research interests are economic policy, including institutional and organizational aspects of state regulation and competition policy, comparative analysis of different economic systems and social accounting... learn more.


Tiia Vissak

Tiia is a Senior Researcher of International Business. She is interested in exporters’ internationalization processes, especially their exits and re-entries, and in the factors that affect these processes (e.g. network relationships, decision-making logic). She has edited two books (both by Emerald) and published in International Business Review, Journal of International Entrepreneurship, Baltic Journal of Management, Journal of East-West Business... learn more.
 

Katrin Tamm

Katrin works as a Senior Specialist for Research at the School of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu, Estonia. She has a long-term experience in project management as well as organizing international conferences and summer schools. Currently, she is coordinating the activities of the Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation, a consortium of five Estonian universities... learn more.

Contact

Rebecca Saksager
E-mail: reb@id.aau.dk

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