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Doctoral Thesis Defence: In the eyes of the beholder
Ilse Svensson de Jong defends the doctoral thesis: In the eyes of the beholder: On innovation metrics: A study on innovation metrics in changing strategic contexts
Doctoral thesis defence: In The Age of IoT: Exploring Public Sector Smartness
Ott Velsberg defends the doctoral thesis defence In The Age of IoT: Exploring Public Sector Smartness, at Umeå University.
Oda Tvedt – PhD Dissertation Defence
Disputation: Solving for 'X'
Eve-Michelle Basu defends the doctoral thesis Solving for ‘X’: Understanding New Venture Units, at the Department of Business Studies, at Uppsala University
Dissertation in cultural anthropology: Transforming Kiruna: Producing Space, Society, and Legacies of Inequality in the Swedish Ore Fields
Mining is irreversibly transforming nature and society around the world, and Sweden is no exception. In her dissertation Elisa López analyzes mining-based social change in and around the city of Kiruna, or Giron in North Sámi, the “capital city” of the Swedish Ore Fields.
Helena Franzén: PhD Dissertation Defence
Doctoral Thesis Defence: Users’ Agencies: Juxtaposing Public Portrayals and Users’ Accounts of App-Mediated Cardiac Arrest Volunteer Work in Sweden
Małgorzata Ryczer-Dumas will defend the doctoral thesis Users’ Agencies: Juxtaposing Public Portrayals and Users’ Accounts of App-Mediated Cardiac Arrest Volunteer Work in Sweden, at Linköping University