My principal research interest lies in practices and processes that tend to shape innovation in markets. The empirical areas of my inquiries are biomedical and retail markets.
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:
- Valuing for innovation?: The consequences of value-based assessments of medical devices.
- International challenges of digitalization
- Market legitimation of life science technologies
- Various courses related to marketing, management and organizational studies - I am currently teaching in the Course "Supply Chain Management" at the SSE B.Sc. Retail Management Program.
- Supervision of M.Sc. theses on topics related to the link between innovations and markets - Specific topics of current interest: Assessment of medical devices, regulation of market for medical devices, health and wellness in food retailing.