Dr Robert Demir is a Lecturer in Strategic Management at Lancaster University Management School where he teaches strategic management, strategic change and theories of management to MSc, Executives, MBAs and doctoral students.
His research includes the digital transformation of firms, collaborative and open strategies, and the emergence of unsanctioned management practices within organizations. His research has been funded by VINNOVA, Jan Wallander and Tom Hedelius Foundation, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (Swedish Central Bank’s Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences), and Peter Wallenberg Foundation. His current project is funded by Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation and is titled: Digitization and opportunity creation – A historical analysis of the genesis of the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
Robert received his PhD from Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University and has been a research fellow at the Ratio Institute since 2013.