The board consists of nine members whereas three represents the commercial sector, five members are researchers or research assistants at GRI and one member represents the administrative personnel. The six GRI members of the board are elected by the staff of Gothenburg Research Institute.
Term of office 2019-2023
Representatives from the commercial sector:
Michael McGrath, ordförande - Stena Metall AB
Björn Torsteinsrud - Handelsbanken
GRI members of the board:
Magdalena Petersson McIntyre
Adolfsson Petra Docent Business Administration
Berlin Johan Professor Business Administration, University West
Demediuk Peter Resarcher Associated member
Edström Anders Professor Business Administration
Egels-Zandén Niklas Professor Business Administration
Hällstén Freddy Professor Business Administration
Lavén Fredrik Associated member
Lindberg Kajsa Docent Business Administration
Rindzeviciute Egle Docent
Solli Rolf Professor
Svetlana Sabelfeld Researcher
Doron Soniso Researcher
Tarim Emre Researcher
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We promote norms that lead to students and staff treating each other with mutual respect. We work against norms that are exclusionary, discriminatory, or offensive.
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GRI stands for:
- Community (Cooperation): The research idea is at the center, the research is carried out programmatically,
- Respect / fun (Care): and with consideration for each other and with curiosity for each other's work,
- Inclusion (Collectiveness): Everyone contributes to the research environment.
"The research idea is at the center, the research is carried out programmatically, with care for each other and with curiosity for each other's work. Everyone contributes to the research environment."
Our Friday meetings are important both socially and as a tool for exchange of information.