Press Releases • Oct 08, 2015 10:00 UTC
The aviation and airline industry is one of the largest, most advanced and complex in the world. The newly released book "The Global Commercial Aviation Industry" gives several completely new perspectives on the industry. It is edited by Sören Eriksson, professor of economic geography of Jönköping International Business School, and professor Harm-Jan Steenhuis of Hawai'i Pacific University.
Press Releases • Oct 06, 2015 11:56 UTC
The board of Jönköping University has decided to further the investment in Science Park Jönköping until 2020. Up to 30 million will be invested in new and growing companies with strong ties to the university and the Jönköping region, through Jönköping Business Development AB.
Press Releases • Jun 23, 2015 13:30 UTC
A limited number of studies have attempted to show if and how psychological stress can lead to common diseases, such as juvenile diabetes and celiac disease, in children and adolescents. This according to Professor Maria Faresjö at the School of Health Sciences, Jönköping University, who has written a review article published today in the renowned American journal Critical Reviews in Immunology.
Press Releases • Jun 16, 2015 07:06 UTC
Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) is now part of an exclusive group of less than one percent of the world's business schools. After undergoing an extensive evaluation program JIBS has been accredited by EQUIS.
Press Releases • Jun 15, 2015 13:51 UTC
Jönköping University has allocated funds for a pilot study on the region’s industry and trade in the green sector, and how the university can contribute to its development. Business in the green sector (based in soil, forest, garden and rural environment) are often held up as an important factor for the region's development, competitiveness and future attractiveness.
Press Releases • May 06, 2015 13:51 UTC
For the first time ever four leading Universities in four of the fastest growing economies in the world will join hands together with Sweden. On May 8th in Kigali, Rwanda, the leaders of the most prominent Colleges and Business Schools in Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Sweden will sign a historical agreement on cooperation.
Press Releases • Apr 20, 2015 14:09 UTC
Projects where the team members rarely meet face-to-face, but instead use e-mail and other tools for virtual meetings, are becoming more and more common. How does this affect the team and its work? The Swedish Project Academy has awarded a master thesis on this subject, written by two students at JIBS.
Press Releases • Apr 17, 2015 07:02 UTC
How can media company Hallpressen attract a younger audience? That was the question for 55 students this Wednesday, when they participated in JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge.