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Anders Broström new research fellow in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Anders Broström is Associate Professor in in the Economics of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). From 1 September, he is also new research fellow at the Unit for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg.

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Anders Broström

Anders is a nature-loving, short-sighted city dweller who, after working with research and education issues in a few different roles, now focuses on academic work. He received his academic education in Linköping, Zürich and Stockholm and in 2014, he was appointed Associate Professor in entrepreneurship and innovation studies at KTH.

What is your research about?

It is about how different parts of society work to gain new knowledge. I am particularly interested in how investments in research, education and innovation turn out, and in examining the interaction between different actors in the knowledge society.

What will you be focusing on as research fellow?

I will contribute to the unit’s research activities and hopefully also to the research education within the unit. I hope to contribute with my experience from research in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and different kinds of methods useful within these research areas. As a part-time employee at both GU and KTH, I can also be a link between related research in Gothenburg and Stockholm.

What are you looking forward to most?

I look forward to learning more about the many exciting projects that are going on at the Unit, and getting to know my new colleagues.