Department of Marketing, Management and International Business
The Department of Marketing, Management and International Business employs around 50 faculty members with an excellent track records in publishing in high-quality publications.
We aim to increase understanding of complex and challenging organizational activities and processes through asking thought‐provoking questions and challenging the current views. Building new explanations emphasizes contextuality and temporality, and results in revealing causal mechanisms that explain the dynamics of organizational phenomena.
We ask thought-provoking questions and challenge the current views.
The main focus areas of research include international entrepreneurship, open innovation and appropriation, purchasing behavior, and service business.
Emerging research areas are networked public procurement, organizational change, service design, start-up and high-growth companies, strategy as practice, and technology, science and organizations.