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Kristina Nyström

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Professor

Researcher


About me

I study industry and firm dynamics in terms of creation, expansion, contraction and closure of firms. The research has a regional and/or institutional perspective. How do institutional conditions, such as rules and regulations, affect entrepreneurship? My research also focuses on the role of entrepreneurship in the labour market as well as recruitment and skills shortages.

My research focuses on the following themes:

  • Firm dynamics in terms of creation, expansion, contraction and closure of firms
  • Labor mobility related to entrepreneurship and displacement
  • Institutions and entrepreneurship
  • Firm dynamics and entrepreneurship in a regional context
  • Labour market dynamics and employment in newly created and closed firms
  • Recruitment of competence in a regional perspective

Courses

Business Model Innovation (ME2815), course responsible, teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Economics of Innovation and Growth, Second Cycle (ME271X), examiner | Course web

Degree Project in Engineering Chemistry, First Cycle (KA103X), teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Second Cycle (ME205X), examiner | Course web

Degree Project in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Second Cycle (ME204X), examiner | Course web

Degree Project in the Economics of Innovation and Growth, Second Cycle (ME270X), examiner | Course web

Quantitative Business and Operations Analytics (ME1316), teacher | Course web

Technology-based Entrepreneurship (ME2062), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Technology-based Entrepreneurship (ME2620), examiner, course responsible | Course web