Professor Richard Wahlund
Professor Emerita Guje Sevón
Professor Emeritus Lennart Sjöberg
Professor Emeritus Karl-Erik Wärneryd
Associate Professor Patric Andersson
Associate Professor Henrik Glimstedt
Assistant Professor, Emelie Fröberg
Per Hedberg, Research fellow, Ph.D
Erik Lakomaa, Research fellow, Ph.D
Mattias Svahn, Research fellow, Ph.D
Mayeda Jamal, Research fellow, Ph.D
Emre Yildiz, Research fellow, Ph.D
Gustav Almqvist, Ph.D. student
Assia Viachka, Ph.D. student
Adam Åbonde, Ph.D. Student
Elin Åström Rudberg, Ph.D. Student
Folke Ölander July 21, 1935 - December 28, 2013
Folke Ölander, a researcher at CeMEP (then the Section for Economic Psychology) in the 1960’ and early 1970’s and Honorary Doctor at the Stockholm School of Economics (1999), passed away on December 28, 2013, after a short period of severe illness. Folke was born on July 21, 1935.
Folke Ölander was very appreciated and estemed by his colleagues and other peers, as a friend and as an excellent researcher, teacher and leader. His contributions to the research at and development of the early CeMEP are large and undisputable.
In his dissertation work, Folke focused on the theory and measurement of preferences. His supervisor was the founder of economic psychology in Scandinavia, Professor Karl-Erik Wärneryd, Stockholm School of Economics. Folke continued his work at the early CeMEP until 1972. He then moved to Aarhus School of Business and into a Chair in economic psychology. Folke's main research interest since then has been consumer policy, branching out in several directions. He produced important contributions to the understanding of consumer satisfaction, dissatisfaction and complaint behaviour in the late 70s and early 80s.
More information about Folke Ölander can be found on http://badm.au.dk/nyheder/nyheder/news-item/artikel/tribute-to-folke-oelander-21-july-1935-28-december-2013/