AT A MEETING IN APRIL 2019, THE LARS ERIK LUNDBERG FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION APPROVED RESEARCH GRANTS TOTALING SEK 2 231 016 FOR THE FOLLOWING PROJECT:
Senior Lecturer David Andersson, Linköping University, Department of Economic and Industrial Development, for the project ”Human capital and Innovation: The importance of technical education for the innovative power of Swedish companies and regions”. A total amount of SEK 2 231 016 was granted, distributed during two years.
Continued funding for 2019, for previously approved projects:
Ph Doctor Gundula Lücke, Uppsala University, Department of Business Administration, for the project ”Opportunity recognition in Swedish multinational corporations”. Approved amount: SEK 616 000.
Doctor of Technology Camilla Niss, University of Gävle, Department of Technology and Built Environment, for the project “Supplier 4.0. Innovative suppliers in the fourth industrial revolution”. Approved amount: SEK 1 240 269.
Doctor of Economics Claudio Fasso, University of Lund, CIRCLE, for the project “Leaving the Multinational: what is the impact of the mobility of human capital from multinational enterprises to entrepreneurship and small and medium business in Sweden?” Approved amount: SEK 843 040.
Doctor of Economics Jing Xiao, University of Lund, for the project “Hunting high-quality human capital through acquiring technology ventures? A study of corporate recruitment through acquisitions”. Approved amount: SEK 806 101.
Professor Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Uppsala University, Campus Gotland, Business Administration, for the project “Dream & Entrepreneurship: The role of the dream in economic action”. Approved amount: SEK 986 452.