Magnus Mähring is the Erling Persson Professor of Entrepreneurship and Digital Innovation at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), Chair of the SSE House of Innovation and the Department of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology, and a Fellow at Cambridge University. He also serves as co-director for the Swedish Center for Digital Innovation (SCDI). He previously served as SSE’s Associate Dean for MSc programs, Academic Director for the CEMS Master in International Management program, and Head of Strategic International Collaborations. He has held visiting positions at Georgia State University and Ecole de Management Strasbourg.
His research is broadly concerned with digital innovation and transformation, including organizational decision-making and transformation processes, interorganizational collaboration, organizational consequences of AI, and innovation ecosystems. He regularly contributes to international conferences, has co-edited four books, and publishes in journals such as California Management Review, Decision Sciences, Human Relations, Organization Studies, European Journal of Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, and MIS Quarterly. He has served in various editorial roles for major journals and has received several best paper awards and mentions for his work.
Magnus has extensive teaching and consulting experience and is on the jury for the Swedish CIO Awards. He is also currently appointed to the Swedish Government’s Expert Committee for Digital Investments.
Göransson, Markus Balázs, Lotta Hultin, and Magnus Mähring. (2020). "‘The Phone Means Everything.’ Mobile Phones, Livelihoods And Social Capital Among Syrian Refugees In Informal Tented Settlements In Lebanon". Migration And Development, 1-21.
Remus, U., Wiener, M., Saunders, C., & Mähring, M. (2020). The impact of control styles and control modes on individual-level outcomes: a first test of the integrated IS project control theory. European Journal of Information Systems, 29(2), 134-152.
Hultin, L., Introna, L., & Mähring, M. (2020). The decentered translation of management ideas: Attending to the conditioning flow of everyday work practices. Human Relations.
Wiener, M., Mähring, M., Remus, U., Saunders, C., & Cram, W. A. (2019). Moving IS Project Control Research into the Digital Era: The “Why” of Control and the Concept of Control Purpose. Information Systems Research, 30(4), 1387-1401.