My principal research interest lies in practices and processes that tend to shape innovation in organizations and markets. The empirical areas of my inquiries are biomedical and retail markets. The aim of my research is to develop models and tools for scholars, industry practitioners and policy makers working in these fields.
I defended my doctoral dissertation entitled "Entering a Global Play: Insights into Swedish Small Life Science Firms’ Legitimation in International Networks" in February 2016 at the Department of Marketing and Strategy, Stockholm School of Economics (SSE).
My current research projects:
• Market legitimation of life science technologies
• Internationalization behavior of medium-sized retail firms
• Various courses related to organization, innovation management, entrepreneurship, and strategy. I am currently teaching in the BSc Course "Supply Chain Management" at the SSE Retail Management Program.