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Peer Reviewed Research Articles

  • Wikberg, Erik and Strannegård, Lars (2014) "Selling by Numbers: The Quantification and Marketization of   the  Swedish Art World for Contemporary Art," Organizational Aesthetics: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, 19-41.

  • Werr, A. & Strannegård, L. (2013). “Developing researching managers and relevant research – the ‘executive research programme’”, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, DOI:10.1080/14703297.2013.774140.

  • Näslund, L. and Pemer, F. (2012) “The appropriated language: dominant stories as a source of organizational inertia.” Human Relations 65(1): 89-110.

  • Strannegård, L. & Strannegård, M. (2012). “Works of Art. Aesthetic Ambitions in Design Hotels”,  Annals of Tourism Research, Volume 39, Issue 4, October 2012, Pages 1995–2012.

  • Wikberg, E. & Strannegård, L. (2012). “Demarcations and Dirty Money: Financing New Private Contemporary Art Institutions in Sweden”, Homo Oeconomicus, Volume 29, Issue 3, Pages 95-118.

  • Strannegård, L. & Dobers, P. (2010). “A Sustainable Identity”, Sustainable Development, No 3, April 2010.

  • Dobers, P & Strannegård, L. (2009) Design for unsustainability. ReDe: Design Journal, Vol 1, No 1, pp 27-38.

  • Johansson, M. and Näslund, L. (2009). "Welcome to Paradise. Customer experience design and emotional labour on a cruise ship." International Journal of Work Organization and Emotion 3(1): 40-55.
  • Stenström, E (2008) ”What Turn Will Cultural Policy Take? The Renewal of the Swedish Model” in International Journal of Cultural Policy, Volume 14, Issue 1.

  • Stenström, E. (2007) “Another Kind of Combine: Monogram and the Moderna Museet” in International Journal of Art History, Volume 76, Issue 1.

  • Stenström, E. (2005) “I nöd och lust - om konstiga företag i en estetisk ekonomi”. Nordisk kulturpolitisk tidskrift, Nr 2.

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