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Head of department and subject coordinator: Pejvak Oghazi
Deputy Head of department : Robert Leonardi
Subject coordinator: Anita Radon
Director of studies: Bengt Lindström
Research leader: Peter Dobers
Professor of Business Administration. A researcher and lecturer at the Department of Social Sciences
Coordinate the International Business Management program. Teach and research about managing and organizing change and projects, sustainability, micro enterprises and collaboration.
Professor in Business Studies with focus on sustainable development and co-creation. Program director for the 2-year masters in LeadSustain. Dean of the Faculty Board 2016-2022.
My research interest includes social entrepreneurship, social enterprises, social innovation and civil society. This is also what I teach.
I am interested in the intersection between accounting, organisation and digitalisation and I am involved in both research and teaching related to the area.
Affiliated senior lecturer
Researches and teaches in logistics, supply chain, public procurement, blockchain, machine learning, circular economy.
My research concerns the development of anti-money laundering (AML) supervision at the Swedish, Danish, and Estonian financial supervisory authorities during the 21st century.
Sr Lecturer, Business Administration. Program Coordinator Cultural Management Program. Teaching in the Master's Program Leadership for Sustainable Development.
Lecturer in business administration
My courses: method course (A) and organisational theory (B)
Research interests: organisational studies, cooperatives.
Assistant Professor in Business Administration
Head of department
Dr.Pejvak Oghazi is Professor and head of department of Business Studies. He is also head of Logistic Program at Sodertorn University, School of Social Sciences.
- Extractive industry conflicts
- Sustainability and corporate responsibility
- Critical management studies
- Writing differently and autoethnography
- Political Discourse Theory
I am associate professor in Economic history and lecturer in Business Studies at the School of Social Sciences.
PhD in Public Management and Organisation. Using street-level bureaucracy, my dissertation analyzes in what ways digitalization affect teachers work.
International Business Studies,
Vice-Chancellor´s Adviser for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
My research focus on corporate culture, leadership in knowledge intense organisations, social media, branding and digital entrepreneurship.