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The School of Business, Economics and Law consists of four departments, and a number of research centres and support functions.
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Organisation

The School of Business, Economics and Law is a Faculty within the University of Gothenburg, The Faculty Board has overall responsibility for content, quality and allocation of resources within education, research and PhD education. The daily work is led by the management team. The various activities are organised into four departments and a number of research centres. There are also a number of support functions.

Departments

The departments conduct education, PhD education and research, and is led by a Head of Department. 

Units

The units are conducting research, and are led by a Director.

Research centres

There are both mulit- and mono-disciplinary research centres. They can be organised within a single department or operated jointly with other faculties at the University, but administrated from the School.

Within-School Research Centers

Cross-School Research Centers

Resources and administration

Management Team

The daily work is led by the management team. The team is appointed for the period 01/07/2018 to 30/06/2024 (Ola Bergström from 01/07/2020)

Per Cramér, Dean

Responsible for the School's contacs with society and industry, along with contacts within the University. He is also responsible for personnel, finance, infrastructure and more. Per is professor of International Law. His main areas of research concern the external identity of the European Union with a special focus on the relationship between the Common Foreign and Security Policy and the Common Commercial Policy of the EU. Among his assignments are member of the EQUIS Accreditation Board and the AACSB European Advisory Council and the Board of the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, SIEPS. He has been Dean of the School of Business, Economics and Law since 2010.
Read more about Per.

Contact:
+46 31 786 5521
per.cramer@handels.gu.se

Per Cramér, Dean
Per Cramér
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Marie Stenseke, Deputy Dean

Responsible for, among other things, our work on sustainability and work environment. Marie is professor of human geography and her research concerns biodiversity, nature conservation and landscape management from a social science perspective. She has several assignments within the academy and in society, e.g co-chair, Multidisciplinary Expert Panel of UN:s Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity & Ecosystem Services (IPBES).
Read more about Marie.

Contact:
+46 31 786 1389
+46 (0)766-181389
marie.stenseke@geography.gu.se

Marie Stenseke, Deputy Dean
Marie Stenseke
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Ola Bergström, Vice Dean

Responsible for educational matters. Professor in Management and Organisation. His research interests evolve around the interface between the firm and labour markets. He has published articles and books on a wide range of topics such recruitment, organizational change, restructuring and labour market policy, and has taken part in several European projects on Restructuring in Europe. He is also one of four independent experts in the Economic Council for the Swedish Manufacturing Industry.
Read more about Ola.

Contact:
+46 31 786 1544
ola.bergstrom@handels.gu.se

Ola Bergström, Vice Dean
Ola Bergström
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Ola Olsson, Vice Dean

Responsible for research and postgraduate education. Professor of economics. His main research interests are long-run economic development, economic growth, political economy and the economics of conflict. Former member of the SIDA Research Council and co-editor of Economic Inquiry.
Read more about Ola

Contact:
+46 31 786 1341
+46 (0)766-181341

Ola Olsson, Vice Dean
Ola Olsson
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Faculty Board

The Faculty Board of the School of Business, Economics and Law is responsible for strategic planning, overall governance, and the quality assurance of education, research and cooperation (outreach) activities.

The Faculty Board's decision areas are governed by the Rules of Procedure at the University of Gothenburg, for more information please see the university web site.

Policy, rules and plans at the School of Business, Economics and Law.

Term of office 2018-07-01 - 2024-06-30

Per Cramér, Professor, Dean, Chairperson

Marie Stenseke, Professor, Deputy Dean, Deputy Chair

 

Term of office 2018-07-01 - 2021-06-30

Rickard Bergqvist, Professor

Johan Brink, Senior Lecturer

Fredrik Carlsson, Professor

Katarina Nordblom, Associate Professor

Pernilla Rendahl, Associate Professor

Malin Tengblad, Communications officer

 

Student Representatives (1 year)

Camilla Cervin, HHGS

Filippa Johnsson, HHGS

Sarah Franz, HHDR, PhD Student

 

Representative for the Employees

Monica Meller Eldh, OFR-S

Maria Nordqvist/Malin Podlevskikh Carlström, SACO

SEKO, vacant

 

Adjunct members until 2021-06-30

Ola Bergström, Professor, Vice Dean, responsible for education at first and second level

Ola Olsson, Professor, Vice Dean, responsible for research and postgraduate education

Catharina Tillman, Head of Faculty Office

Contact

Lena Eriksson Tanemar, Faculty Secretary

Faculty Office
School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg
PO Box 600, SE 405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden

Date of Meetings

Autumn term 2020
23 September
21 October
2 December

Spring term 2021
13 January
24 February
31 March
26 May
9 June

Advisory bodies

The School's stakeholders can support the management through participation in advisory boards. The Corporate Advisory Board comprises selected individuals from the business and public sectors. The Board serves to support the School's management in discussions on strategically important issues.

The Corporate Advisory Board is made up of leading executives with international experience from a wide range of companies, and from society. The International Academic Advisory Council consists of professors from the visiting professor programme and international academics awardes the title of Dr honoris causa at the School.

Members of the Corporate Advisory Board

Stefan Brocker, Partner, Mannheimer & Swartling Advokatbyrå AB
Eva Halvarsson, CEO, Second Swedish National Pension Fund
Christian Johansson, Group CFO, Lantmännen
Katarina Ljungqvist, Head of Business Development in Sweden, Svenska Handelsbanken AB
Cecilia Malmström, holder of the Assar Gabrielsson Visiting Professorship
Michael McGrath, Director of Corporate Affairs/HR Director, Stena Metall AB
Johan Malmsten, Chairman of the Board, The Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation (Chairman)
Johan Rippe, Partner, PwC
Jan Ytterberg, CFO, AB Volvo
Per Cramér, Dean, School of Buiness, Economics and Law 

The Deputy Dean, the two Vice Deans and the President of the Student Association are entitled to attend the meetings.

The International Academic Advisory Council (IAAC) was established in 2013, with the aim to further strengthen the international dimension in the School’s governance.

The Council serves in a consultative role, providing ideas and critical feedback to the School Management Team. The Members of the Council are recruited based on personal merits and include participants from the Visiting Professor Programme as well as international academics awarded the title of Dr honoris causa at the School.

The Council meets annually at the School and focuses on strategic questions relating to the enhancement of quality in research and education. 

Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, Professor, Geography, University at Buffalo-State University of New York, USA

Emma Bell, Professor, Organisation Studies, The Open University, Storbritannien

Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, Professor, Economics, Shiv Nadar University, India

Michael Kirchler, Professor, Finance, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Petros Mavroidis, Professor, Foreign and Comparative Law, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland & European University Institute, Italy

Preparatory Committees