[2016-05-17] "There is a lot of inertia that makes change hard – and most of this inertia can be found in our heads." So says Professor Sten Jönsson, researcher at Gothenburg Research Institute, who recently received The Anthony G. Hopwood Award for academic leadership – one of the most prestigious awards in accounting. He is the first European to receive the award. Read the whole interview...
Gothenburg Research Institute (GRI) is the interdisciplinary research institute of the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. We conduct research in business administration, ethnology, sociology, law, psychology, education, Swedish language, technology, and environmental science. Read more...
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