Director of studies: Lisa Kings
Chair of steering committee: Johan Eriksson
Members: Alireza Behtoui (sociology), Mats Bergman (economics), Per Carlson (social work)Ann-Cathrine Jungar (political science), Mikael Lönnborg (business studies), Gunnar Nygren (journalism)
PhD Student Representatives: Nina Carlsson (political science), Xiaoying Li (economics), Fakhreddin Rad (business studies) - sociology (vacant).
Secretary: Lina Lorentz
Researchers, doctoral students and other employees:
I am senior lecturer in Tourism Studies, coordinator of the Master's programme for Tourism Studies, and a representative in the board of the school (Institutionsnämnden).
Natural Sciences, Technology and Environmental Studies
Professor of Economics
Competition policy, public procurement, competitive provision of elderly care & other welfare services, pharmaceutical pricing, regulation & deregulation, retailing and the city
Main research interests: political philosophy, political ideas and the future of the welfare state, with special emphasis on social citizenship, justice, and sustainability.
I am associate Professor in Political Science and teach within this field and at the Teachers Education. My research concerns the relationship between surveillance and trust.
Professor of Business Administration. A researcher and lecturer at the Department of Social Sciences
Per Carlson is an associate professor of sociology and a professor of social work. His research focuses on inequality in health, alcohol and alcohol related problems.
I am professor in Business Studies with main interest in sustainable development and co-creation. I am honoured to have been working as the Dean of the Faculty Board sind 2016.
I am a political scientist with an interest in issues concearning teaching and learning in civics education
PhD in social work, senior lecturer in social work
Katarina Elofsson's research is about international, national and regional environmental policy for water quality management, wildlife, biodiversity, and climate policy.
International relations, specifically the politics of technology and expertise, space policy, and cybersecurity. I lead the project "Russia in Space".
PhD student. My research concerns politics and discursive practices relating to the phasing out of nuclear and fossil energy.
Head of Department
My research interest includes social entrepreneurship, social enterprises, social innovation and civil society. This is also what I teach.
I am Professor of Political Science. One of my areas of research is government communication. Web: https://www.polexmedia.com/external link
Elżbieta Korolczuk, Associate professor in sociology, her research involves: social movements, civil society, politics of reproduction and anti-gender campaigns.
Historical and Contemporary Studies
I teach in leadership, sustainability, cultural management and cultural policy. I am program coordinator for the Master's programme Leadership for Sustainable Development.
I'm senior lecturer in business administration and director of the bachelor program Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Market. My research is in the area of leadership of innovation.
I teach macro and microeconomics. In addition, I teach welfare state politics. My main interest is political economy and public finances.
My research interest lies on formal and informal, visible and invisible interactions and relationships between journalists and their political sources.
My research and interest focus on the role of non-elected experts so called “policy professionals” in civil society.
I am mainly doing research on local journalism, on the use of sources and fact checking. I am also teaching, mostly as superviser for thesis work.
I use autoethnographic methods and discourse theory to explore the relationship between extractive companies and local communities in Patos-Marinza Oilfield in Albania.
Researching space politics within the project "Russia In Space"
I am a lecturer in business studies and associate professor in economic history
I am doctoral student in Public Management and Organisation. My dissertation anlyzes in what ways digitalization affect teachers work, using a street-level bureaucracy perspective.
Associate Senior Lecturer
Professor of political science
I am Professor of sociology, and I study issues related to political organization, globalisation and democracy. I mainly teach on the use of qualitative methods and on democracy.
I teach within the Social Work programme and the Police Education Programme at Södertörn University. My research deals with issues of children and families and divorce/separations.
I am program coordinator for the International Master's in Journalism Programme. I teach and conduct research in the field of journalism studies.
Main focus of research and teaching is sociological theory, global racisms and antiracism, religion and nationalism in Eastern Europe.