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The Innovating Markets Platform Researchers

Professor and platform manager

Ranjula Bali Swain is a Visiting Professor at Misum and a Professor of Economics at Södertörn University, with a doctoral degree in Economics from Uppsala University. Ranjula has published widely in the field of sustainable development, environmental economics and development.

Associate Professor

Susanne Sweet is an Associate Professor at Stockholm School of Economics and a research manager at Misum. Susanne is currently on the management team and conducts research in a large cross-disciplinary research program on sustainable fashion, Mistra Future Fashion, aiming to a systemic change of the Swedish fashion industry leading to sustainable development of the industry and wider society.  She also is the project leader of several projects involving PhD-students and Post-Docs and participates in international collaborative research projects.

Assistant Professor

Shyam RanganathanVisiting researcher, Misum & Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Virginia Tech, USA.

Post-docs

Shyam BasnetPost-doctoral researcher, Misum, Stockholm School of Economics.

Ingrid StigzeliusPhD and Post-doctoral researcher, currently doing research on Shared Value project. 

PhD candiates

Enrico FontanaPhD candidate at Stockholm School of Economics.  His main research conflates Network theory with CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) as well as Sustainable Value Chains, with particular reference to South and East Asia (i.e.: Bangladesh and Japan). He is funded via the European Institute for Japanese Studies at Stockholm School of Economics.

ClaraMy Lernborg, PhD candidate at Stockholm School of Economics that just started her final year in the program and her research is focused on organizing aspects around cross-sector collaborative attempts to solve sustainability challenges.

Jennie PerzonPhD candidate at Stockholm School of Economics where she is pursuing her last year and focusing on cross sector collaboration models for sustainable change. She is funded by Accenture.

Tina Sendlhofer, PhD candidate at Stockholm School of Economics started her third year and is focusing on the role of SMEs in addressing sustainability challenges in value chains, in particular the textile/fashion value chain. She is a member of and funded by the Mistra Future Fashion research program.

 

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