Anders Broström has 20 years of experience from policy-related economic research. His research interests include entrepreneurship and labour market dynamics, e.g. as regards the returns to entrepreneurship, venture legitimation, and career patters of highly skilled workers. He also has a long-standing interest in the economics and management of science, education and innovation, where his current lines of enquiry concern the incentive structures of science, academic careers, and the science of science funding. Articles documenting his research in these areas have been published in e.g. Research Policy, the Journal of Technology Transfer, Industrial and Corporate Change and the Journal of Product Innovation Management.
Beyond his activities at KTH, Anders currently serves as
- Director of the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum (Entreprenörskapsforum);
- Guest teacher at the University of Gothenburg;
- Associate Editor for Industry & Innovation.
Advanced Quantitative Methods in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research (FME3547), examiner, course responsible | Course web
Quantitative Business and Operations Analytics (ME1316), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web