Professor, Business Administration, Director of MMTC
Leona researches about media firms from a range of perspectives including strategy, entrepreneurship, and organization studies.
Visiting Professor of
Daved's research focuses on how design, the arts, and studio methods can improve leadership, innovation, organizing, and problem solving
Assistant Professor, Business Administration
Christofer’s research focuses on institutional pressures created by the rise of social media and its associated implications for marketing.
Associate Professor, Law
Nicola's research and academic interests focus on comparative information law and policy and the interaction between law and innovation. CV (pdf, 92.6 kB).
Professor Emeritus, Business Administration
Rolf is the former Dean of JIBS, and his research interests include project management and temporary organizations.
Associate Professor, Economics
Agostino's main research focus is the economic analysis of the strategic interactions between market agents.
Associate Professor, Media Economics
Stefan conducts executive education for the media industry, and researches about M&A and financial issues in the media sector, as well as the development of regional and local daily press.
Associate Professor, Business Administration
Mart is a graduate from MMTC at JIBS where he obtained his PhD. His research focuses on marketing, advertising and media policy.
Henry's research contributes to the burgeoning discussions on the implementation of open innovation, ecosystem management, digital business creation and foreign R&D investments.
Crystal's research focuses on influencers and internet celebrity culture in Sweden, Australia, Singapore, and East Asia. Her current projects investigate self-branding, vernacular Internet cultures, and social media commerce. She received her PhD in Social Sciences from University of Western Australia.
Joaquín focuses on business model innovation in the media sector. He has a long professional experience in leading FMCG firms and legacy media. CV (pdf, 171 kB).
Sara’s research focuses include changing organizational cultures and values in traditional media.
Songming's research interests include experiential consumption, tourism marketing, and content marketing.
Sari's research interest stems from practical media management work and concerns creativity and innovation in media organizations and their networks.
Doctoral Candidate, Business Administration, Jönköping International Business School
Erika’s research interests include consumer behavior and branding, and her dissertation focuses on Place Branding and its relation with social media.
Vice Dean, Faculty of Communication, University de Los Andes, Santiago (Chile)
Cristobal was a Visiting Professor at MMTC in 2013, and is the Director of MMTC’s South America Center. His main research interests include media management, innovation, and leadership.
International Communications/ Media Lawyer and Management Consultant
Stuart is an international communications and media lawyer, management consultant, and government policymaker. He is also the inaugural Howard Distinguished Endowed Professor of Media Management and Law and Beaman Professor of Communication and Information at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in the U.S.
Professor Emeritus, Business Administration, Jönköping International Business School
Karl Erik is a co-founder of MMTC and Professor Emeritus. He used to hold a professorship in Mass Media Economics at MMTC, with research interests in the structure and economics of the newspaper industry in Sweden and across Europe.
Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Communication, Tsinghua University (China)
Min Hang obtained her PhD from MMTC at JIBS, focusing on leadership and entrepreneurship in media. She is the Director of MMTC’s East Asia Center.
Assistant Professor of Marketing, University of Gothenburg
Benjamin’s award-winning research explores the nexus of consumer culture, marketing, and media. He obtained his PhD from JIBS and was a former researcher at MMTC.
Assistant Professor, Logistics, School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University
Hamid specializes in Retailing and Supply Chain Management. He obtained his PhD in Business Administration from JIBS and is currently involved in a research project financed by The Swedish Retail and Wholesale Development Council (HUR) focusing on the use of smartphones in shopping. His interests include multi-channel retailing and distribution, and retail innovation.
Assistant Professor, Industrial Management, School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University
Anette's specialties include decision making under uncertainties with a particular focus on innovation and entrepreneurship in established organizations. She obtained her PhD from MMTC at JIBS, focusing on approaches to innovation in the magazine sector.
Head of Department, Dept. of Media and Communication, University of Oslo (Norway)
Arne is also Adjunct Professor at Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology. His research interests include media management, innovation, journalism, media policy, strategy, and governance.
North American Representative, Reuters Institute, University of Oxford
Robert is the founding director of MMTC and Professor of Media Economics. He is a specialist and expert on media economics and policy, and researches about the business challenges facing media in the digital age.
Associate Professor in Business Administration, Jönköping International Business School
Olof earned his doctoral degree from JIBS with a dissertation "Organisational self-understanding and the strategy process". His main research interests include strategic management, organizational identity, family business, and social memory in media firms and other types of organisations.
Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, Jönköping University
The research of Anna focuses on the intersection between openness and privacy. She has received funds from the Swedish Research Foundation (Vetenskapsrådet) and studies the potential impact on privacy of the Swedish Freedom of the Press Act.
Principal Research Fellow, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology (Australia)
Patrik’s research is primarily focused on innovation and learning in the creative industries. He used to be an Associate Professor at MMTC, researching strategic management issues in multinational music companies.
Min Hang 2007
Dissertation: Media Business Venturing: A Study on the Choice of Organizational Mode
Aldo Van Weezel 2009
Dissertation: Entrepreneurial Strategy-Making Mode and Performance: A study of the Newspaper Industry
Leon Barkho 2009
Dissertation: Strategies of Power in Multilingual Global Broadcasters: How the BBC, CNN and Aljazeera Shape Their Middle East News Discourse
Mart Ots 2010
Dissertation: Understanding Value Formation: A Study of Marketing Communications Practices at the Food Retailer ICA
Elena Raviola 2010
Dissertation: Paper Meets Web: How the Institution of News Production Works on Paper and Online
Maria Norbäck, 2012
Dissertation: Making Public Service Television: A study of institutional work in collaborative TV productions
Benjamin Hartmann, 2013
Dissertation: Consumption and Practice: Unfolding Consumptive Moments and the Entanglement with Productive Aspects
Berit Hartmann, 2013
Dissertation: Bridging the GAAP: IFRS in accounting practice
Anette Johansson, 2014
Dissertation: Ways forward: Effectual and causal approaches to innovation in the Swedish magazine industry
Zehra Sayed, 2016
Dissertation: Postcolonial Perspective on International Knowledge Transfer and Spillover to Indian News Media: From Institutional Duality to Third Space