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I'm senior lecturer at the Department of Statistics most of the time, for the remaining part i work as statistician at UFBI.
I'm a statistician at Umeå university at the Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research, CEDAR, and the statistical department.
My research interests are in empirical micro-economics and econometrics, labour and public economics and public finance.
PhD student. Main research field: Environmental policy impacts, consumer/producer responses to public policies, public procurement.
External website: www.jennyhaggstrom.com
PhD student. My research fields: Environmetal economics, Applied CBA, Industrial organization, Public procurement.
Malin Harryson Näsholm is an Associate Professor in Management and Organization.
Researcher in statistics who develop longitudinal methods for studying cognitive aging and risk factors for dementia.
Research interest include educational measurement and psychometrics in general, especiallytest equating, parametric and nonparametric item response theory, and international large-scale assessments.
Markus Hällgren (email@example.com) is a professor of management and organization at Umeå School of Business and Economics. More information; www.markushallgren.com & www.tripleed.com
Mattias Jacobsson, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Management and Organization.
PhD candidate in ecological entrepreneurship
Assistant Professor of Management interested in paradox theory, organizational space, and new venture creation support systems.
As Administrative Director am I leading the work at USBE Office. I'm also the Sustainability Coordinator as well as responsible for the administrative parts of our quality management system.
My research focuses on Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, New Venture Creation, and the Emergence of Technological Innovations.
I act as coordinator of the Entrepreneurship section at USBE.
My research is focused on branding in the public sector.