new sse dissertation
Rupin Jeremiah - R&D Configurations and Innovation Outcomes: The Case of Swedish R&D Offshore
''This thesis investigates the decision making process of R&D offshoring, using empirical evidence that is based on in-depth interviews with decision makers from 10 Swedish firms. The study will prove useful to both academics and practitioners; it will help them learn more about how decision makers in firms can make better strategic choices when offshoring R&D and how they can have an improved influence over the innovation outcomes of their firms.''
Rupin Jeremiah completed his PhD at the Department of Management and Organization at the Stockholm School of Economics. His research interests are in international business and strategic management. Before his PhD studies, he worked in various roles in project management, technology leadership, and software delivery.
R&D Configurations and Innovation Outcomes: The Case of Swedish R&D Offshore